Travel | 3-month Trip to Asia 2015 | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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If I have to describe Kuala Lumpur in one word, then I'd say, "vibrant." Almost anywhere I go, I see bright colors. To name a few, buildings, multicolored robes people wear, red and blue taxis or "teksis," tall green palm trees, and all these colorful fruits and food they sell on the street. All of these contribute to making this city so rich in colors. Another reason I've used the word "vibrant," is because this city has a full of stories. This is where people with very distinctive cultures have learned to live together by creating another culture of its own, which I think, is still in the developing process, however, that is exactly what makes this city so vibrant.  People are continuously learning and influencing each other, and that creates interesting stories. Okay, now I think it's better for me to write less and show you more. Please enjoy.  

All of these photos are shot with Olympus OM-D E-M1 

 Pavilion is one of many shopping malls in KL.

Pavilion is one of many shopping malls in KL.

 "Teksi" drivers taking a break. 

"Teksi" drivers taking a break. 

 Some of my favorites from this trip.

Some of my favorites from this trip.

 Jalan Alor, a short street where they sell a variety of food and fruits. Most of these street vendors open for night. During the day, they prepare for their businesses or cut their toenails.

Jalan Alor, a short street where they sell a variety of food and fruits. Most of these street vendors open for night. During the day, they prepare for their businesses or cut their toenails.

 Another one from Jalan Alor

Another one from Jalan Alor

 Stray Cats!

Stray Cats!

 Colors, colors, colors! This is what I'm talking about!

Colors, colors, colors! This is what I'm talking about!

 Oh, we cannot forget the rain shots!

Oh, we cannot forget the rain shots!

 Batu Caves

Batu Caves

 Petronas Twin Towers - Two different versions

Petronas Twin Towers - Two different versions

 Don't worry, I had got in!

Don't worry, I had got in!

 This is the National Mosque of Malaysia. Although they are very strict with visitors, once you get in, the place is real cozy.

This is the National Mosque of Malaysia. Although they are very strict with visitors, once you get in, the place is real cozy.

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