Photolog: Kuala Lumpur Streets and MarketsUnder - My Musings, Photography, Photolog
From a tin-mining shanty town in 1857 to a bustling modern metropolis of the 21st century, Kuala Lumpur is a cultural melting pot of around 1.8 million with a rich history and vibrant past. The city has seen a big transformation due to economic boom in the 90’s but retained its historical identity so you can see a blend of modern sophistication and traditional lifestyle side by side. Kuala Lumpur has some of Southeast Asia’s largest shopping malls and is considered a retails paradise for shoppers.
From skyscrapers to hawker stalls this city has everything for everyone.
This photolog feature is part of several where I’ll be covering various aspects of the day to day city life from streets to markets and beyond.
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2 thoughts to “Photolog: Kuala Lumpur Streets and Markets”
Wow! These photos are really great. I especially like how the photos are black-and-white, and the contrast is a light shade of pale black. I’ll have to try this effect where the contrast is a little pale. Love it!
Thank you Thomas – glad that you like these
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