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Pashmina
1 year ago

This is my town and really loved the way you captured Kuala Lumpur. The food is great and I hope you had fun gorging on it!

Natasha L
1 year ago

What a great list of places to visit. I am really drawn to the additional items you talk about. A street filled with food – yes! Also, the Sultan Abdul Samad building looks absolutely beautiful, I can see why so many people go to take pictures.

Odette
1 year ago

The Batu Cave has been looking so beautiful now that they’ve been painted! I visited Kuala Lumpur three times last year, but sadly they were still working on giving it a new paint. These are some great tips though, will definitely have to save this for my next trip to Kuala Lumpur!

Tom
Tom
1 year ago

Wonderful, I was there three times and did #1, #2 and #5, though I have to say I loved just to walk the streets and try food. I had many meals, hard to skip any of those great dishes.

Lauren
Lauren
1 year ago

We visited Kuala Lumpur for the first time last month though your photos are incredible – you have definitely captured the charm of this beautiful city! I also had no idea about the Sultan Abdul Samad building what a beautiful building!

Nerissa
1 year ago

I haven’t had the opportunity to visit Kuala Lumpur yet, but I hope to get there one day. Great read, thanks for sharing. Seems like you had an amazing trip and you’re pictures really capture the beauty of the place.

Michelle
Michelle
1 year ago

This is such an informative post! I love that you were able to find so much to do and to enjoy your hazelnut latte. I’m also a coffee addict so I understand your addiction.

Maggie
1 year ago

I’ve never been to SE Asia, but Kuala Lumpur is certainly on my list. You give lots of great tips here! I’d have never thought about the monkeys at the caves haha, and having to consider what clothes I wore! I’m also like you and not really into street murals, but it’s so cool when you get lost and accidentally stumble upon things that surprise you.

Albína Mrázová
1 year ago

I never know how long should I stay in cities like this, so this is incredible. Honestly, the temple and the caves had been added to my bucket list. And I love that you are writing about alternatives because that is actually something I would love to try as well

Zoe
Zoe
1 year ago

Although it is not a place high on my travel list, you have some very beautiful photos! Thanks for sharing!

Ann
Ann
1 year ago

I was wondering what KL looks like and whether it was worth a stopover when I go to Bali this year. It’s much more beautiful than I thought. I never knew there was a forest in the middle of the city. So amazing.

Jasmine
1 year ago

Lovely shots – I’d love to branch out from the US and Europe and start exploring more of Asia. Right now, I’ve only hit the UAE. Random – but I found it so interesting that so many cities have their own “Chinatown”.

Chirasree Banerjee
1 year ago

What a beautiful city and what gorgeous pictures!

Samantha
1 year ago

Beautiful photos- it looks like you really enjoyed your time there! I would love to visit some of these beautiful places someday!

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