Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in Photos

There are many things to I love about Malaysia; the diverse ethnicity, rich heritage, all the way to their yummy food (especially the Rose flavored ice cream). Fortunately, I was able to experience this cultural melting pot back in 2015 thanks to Red Rock Travel Philippines Inc. and AutoDeal.com.ph.

For this trip, I used a Nikon D90 stuck to a Nikon 18-55 mm kit lens and Nikon 70-300 mm zoom lens. Not the best gear for traveling but I’d have to commend the versatility I had with the lenses I brought and the unbelievable battery life of the D90. Although, I would have preferred to use a lighter camera for this trip.

Anyhow, I was able to take photos of the picturesque architecture and cultural wonders found in Malaysia’s capital city – Kuala Lumpur.


The place where Kuala Lumpur all began.


Bring your best poker face and bargain goods at Central Market.


This is the workshop where souvenirs found at the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery are made.


The beautiful Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Takes you back in time, doesn’t it?


The Kuala Lumpur Tower dominates the Malaysian night sky along side the Petronas Twin Towers (not seen in the picture).


This is the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque in Putrajaya, a building made out of steel.


A breath-taking view of the Putra Mosque (right) and the Sultan’s house (left).


One of the best things I’ve ever tasted – Rose ice cream.


This trip wouldn’t be complete without a photo of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers.

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