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20 Photographers Dream Locations in KL

20 Photographers Dream Locations in KL

 

 
1. Streets of Chinatown

 

Roaming Petaling Street aka Chinatown Kuala Lumpur. #chinatownkl #petalingstreet #jalanjalan

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2. National Mosque

 

National mosque in KL🕌

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3. Jalan Bukit Bintang

 

 

#kualalumpur #malaysia #jalanbukitbintang #shopping #windowshopping

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4. KLCC Park

 


 
5. Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Kuala Lumpur

 


 
6. Batu Caves, Selangor

 


 
7. Istana Negara, KL

 


 
8. KL Lake Gardens

 


 
9. Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong

 

Woke up earlier than usual today. #longweekends #frim

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10. KL Tower, Kuala Lumpur

 

Way up over Kuala Lumpur 🇲🇾

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11. Bukit Tabur, Setapak

 

Good morning #hiker #hiking #natures #forest #bukittabur

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12. Gasing Hill, PJ

 

“Trekking is a hell of a lot more fun if you pretend it’s a video game.” — @ttarang

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13. Sekinchan Paddy Field

 


 

14. Putrajaya

 


 
15. Tasik Titiwangsa, KL

 

Blue sky..⛅️sound on🔈 #tasiktitiwangsa #kualalumpur #malaysia #plotagraph #plotagraphmalaysia #relaxingday

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16. Chan See Shu Yuen Temple

 

Chan See Shu Yuen Temple is one of the largest and oldest surviving Buddhist temples in Malaysia. Located at the southern end of Jalan Petaling, it is characterized by a typical open courtyard and symmetrical pavilions, and decorated with colourful paintings, woodcarvings and ceramic fixtures. Built between 1897 and 1906, it is quite an elaborate temple: from outside you can see the intricately carved kwang-tung roof, gables and specially-crafted terracotta friezes with monumental Chinese history and mythological scenes. The interior of the main temple has pillars with scenes of gold-painted warriors battling lions, dragons and other mythical creatures. via kuala-lumpur.ws #chansheshuyuen #temple #chinesetemple #oldest & # largest #chinese #buddhisttemple in #city #chinesenewyear #monkeyyear #ornaments #details #solotravel #kualalumpur #malaysia #travel #instatravel

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17. Shah Alam Mosque

 



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18. Crab Island, Selangor

 


 
19. Rooftop of Mou Tou.

 

*Insert Khruangbin album here* 😌🌿🍃🌵🌴

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20. Street All Over Kuala Lumpur. 

 

Street Art, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia #streetart #kualalumpur #travel

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