Shoot My Travel- Kuala Lumpur With a Local Photographer


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    The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a friendly melting pot of Malay, Indian, Chinese and other people all coming together to create a city of unparalleled architecture, street food, and shopping.

    There are colonial-era buildings to see, like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and the grand Kuala Lumpur Train Station, and also ornate ancient temples like the Hindu Sri Mahamariamman Temple and the Buddhist Thean Hou Temple.

    But taking the prize for most attention-grabbing is indisputably the ultra modern skyscraper, Petronas Twin Towers, rising up almost 1,500 feet and visible from anywhere in the city.

    And thirty minutes north of Kuala Lumpur are the Batu Caves, 400-million year old chambers under limestone hills. Pigeons, mischievous macaque monkeys, and the towering golden effigy of the Hindu deity, Lord Murugan, will greet you before you climb 272 steps to the cave entrance. Inside the ceiling floats 300 feet above while Hindu shrines and temples dot the cave floor.

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