Whether it’s urban skylines or thriving green spaces you want to capture on camera, there seems to be endless possibilities of both (and in between) in Kuala Lumpur. With the help of a travel photography guide, you can take amazing photos of these Instagrammable places in Kuala Lumpur:
Originally Art Printing Works, APW has evolved to become A
Place Where – a creative industrial campus found in the residential suburb of
Bangsar in Kuala Lumpur. The complex still has a commercial printing facility
and it also has food and beverage outlets, pocket parks and event venues.
A rainforest in the middle of the urban jungle, that’s what
KL Forest Eco Park is. You no longer need to travel outside the borders of the
city to walk among trees. At KL Forest Eco Park, you can strut along a canopy
walk and have superb views of the forest below and the urban skyline that
Officially called Sultan Abdul Samad Jamek Mosque, it
features a combination of Moorish, Indo-Saracenic and Mughal architectures.
Predominantly a shade of pink and white, the colors of the mosque are said to
be symbols of blood and bandage.
As Kuala Lumpur’s haute couture capital, it’s not unusual to
see people striking their most fashionable poses in this upscale mall. May it
be at the Crystal Fountain, on the Spanish Steps, around the Centre Court or
any other area in the mall, the décor would bring out the inner model in you.
Gardens hold several beautiful things and Perdana Botanical
Garden is no exception. Also called Lake Gardens, this large-scale recreational
park has several gardens, a park and even an island bursting with life and
With a design inspired by the cowrie shell, the building
itself is already an eye-catcher. Its façade resembles the geometric patterns
of the traditional songket fabric. Inside, its modern spiral staircase is a
sight you cannot resist to photograph.
You can never get enough of the picturesque views of Kuala
Lumpur from the Sky Deck KL Tower. Set 300 meters off the ground, it’s one of
the best places for taking in aerial views of this Asian metropolis.
Sitting on the edge of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown is the Hindu
Sri Mahamariamman Temple. Its ornate tower is designed after those of South
Indian places of worship. Within the temple, one can also find a silver chariot
used in the Thaipusam festival.
Bukit Bintang is a popular evening destination in Malaysia
but it’s also a great destination during the day. There are several alleys
within Bukit Bintang that are covered with flamboyant street art. They
definitely add color to what would otherwise be drab places in the district.
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