From exploring the temples in Chinatown to trying new foods to climbing to the top of the Batu Caves or the Petronas Towers, here are 20 photos to inspire you to travel to Malaysia’s capital city.
As 2016 comes to a close, it seems only fitting to reflect on my favourite travel destinations I’ve visited in the last twelve months. From a number of countries in Southeast Asia and cities at home in Australia, here are my top 16 destinations from my 2016 travels.
Bursting off the walls in back alleyways, near train lines and along the Klang River walls, Kuala Lumpur’s urban art scene is theatrical with vibrant colours and characters giving new life to tired and ordinary surfaces.
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is iconic in the Malaysian capital’s skyline and, at 420 metres tall, the tower is currently the 7th tallest in the world.
Kuala Lumpur has a number of train systems that run through the city, and the LRT lines are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to get around the city.
Little Nuan Nuan is Malaysia’s newest pride and joy – and cutest attraction. The giant panda cub was brought into the world in 2015 by parents Xing Xing and Liang Liang at Malaysia’s Zoo Negara.