3 Most Photographed Spots in Kuala Lumpur

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Planning to spend your holiday in Kuala Lumpur, prepare yourself to find spoiled for breath-taking city views, colonial architecture, lush greenery, quaint temples, towering skyscrapers as well as friendly locals going about their daily routines. Obviously, you want to capture these moments for future view, and probably most of us has a camera these days. Don’t worry about travelling to Kuala Lumpur, buy online express bus online tickets from redbus.my and reach your destination in a jiffy.

If you are heading to KL, with a camera in hand, it’s pretty sure you will take snaps (doesn’t matter how cliché, it’s always somebody’s first time, right?). We’ve compiled a fun list of common photos everyone takes in Kuala Lumpur, though we highly recommend thinking out of the box while you’re at these highly-photographed spots so that you don’t end up with boring snapshots!

 

Best spots for snapshots:

1.      Take a pic @Petronas Twin Towers-The most popular setting in Kuala Lumpur perfect for taking pictures, is the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. This long storey building stands at an imposing height integrated with Islamic-inspired architecture is the beautifully landscaped KLCC Park, comprises of water fountains and spacious walking paths, which make a great base for tourists to put their posing skills to test.

 

2.      Menara KL Tower- This is currently one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world, is also one of Malaysia’s most discernible and popular landmarks. The tower’s architectural-style reflects Malaysia’s dominant Islamic heritage with Arabic scripts, Islamic tiles, and archetypal Islamic floral and abstract patterns. Place for picture perfect clicks!

 

3.      Take a snapshot @ KL City Gallery-the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, is a visual tourist information centre that houses a collection of paintings and photos of Kuala Lumpur’s history, as well as miniature displays of famous city landmarks. The most highlighted aspect of KL City Gallery is its four-metre high “I Love KL” sculpture located right beside the entrance – it’s a well-known photo-place for tourists and locals.

 

 

 

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