I’m not a great tourist. By that, I mean I’m not very good at learning about the history and meaning of the places I visit and the things I see; that is, until I sit down to write about them.
But what I am good at is looking at things, and taking photos of them. I walk around with my camera and snap away at everything. I snap the big picture, I catch moments that might be missed. I capture the little details, some interesting, some not.
Here, I’ve compiled a little collection of mostly unseen photos as a little summary of my trip. Included are pictures of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown and Petaling Street Market and the Petronas Towers, as well as photos from places I’ve already written about. And if these photos aren’t enough to make you want to book a flight, take a look at all the food I ate while I was there, and that might just tip you over the edge.
This is a post in my Kuala Lumpur travel series. Read the rest of the posts here:
MASTER POST: Kuala Lumpur | Travel Series
Thean Hou Temple | Tokong Thean Hou 乐圣岭天后宫
Batu Caves | பத்து மலை 黑風洞
Afternoon Tea at Atmosphere 360, Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Alor Food Street in Bukit Bintang
Having My First Ever Massage(s)!
Everything I Ate in Kuala Lumpur (Well, Almost)