We Party in Bukit Bintang and Welcome Christmas with Snow It all started because it was Christmas, and last year we spent almost the whole day on a bumpy, dusty bus travelling from Phnom Penh in Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. We more »
An Educational Morning Tour We saw a poster for the FREE Dataran Merdeka Heritage Walk up in the lobby of our hotel and never being ones to pass up a walking based group activity we decided to go to the very next one. It runs more »
Joining in a Street Photography Outing Last Saturday we were just wandering along Jalan Sultan, snapping pictures of men reading the paper and a barber with a head torch doing something to a man’s ear (you decide!) when we noticed a group of people with more »
Kuala Lumpur is a diverse, hardworking and somewhat polluted city. It is quite small really: Google gives me a population estimate of just over 1.6m compared to over 8m for London and Bangkok and 12.5m for Mumbai. This means the whole city is pretty accessible more »
Some of you may have been wondering about whether we have made the effort to see some of the most famous sights in Kuala Lumpur since we have been here so long now. The answer is yes, but not this time.
Last Sunday we had just had our lunch upstairs at Central Market. We stepped out of the cool air conditioning and into the blazing midday sun. Gathering outside the market was a group of photographers, mostly dressed in matching t-shirts emblazoned “KAKI FOTOGRAF’. We were more »