Thean Hou Temple

Thean Hou Temple 乐圣岭天后宫 is the most notable Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur that every tourist should visit. The design of this syncretic temple is the amalgamation of  Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism elements, combined with the contemporary architecture style. Thean Hou Temple (also known as the Temple of the Goddess of Heaven), was built in… Continue reading Thean Hou Temple

Kanching Waterfalls

Kanching Waterfalls (Hutan Rimba Kanching) is located next to Templer Park, another forest reserve at Rawang, a small town about forty minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur city center.  Its proximity to the city makes it easily accessible nature’s haven popular among hikers and picnickers. There are seven cascades of waterfalls starting from the first one,… Continue reading Kanching Waterfalls

KL Tower – Top attraction in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower, Menara Kuala Lumpur) is the iconic architecture feature in every postcard and printed materials about Kuala Lumpur. It was completed on 1 March 1995 as the telecommunication tower and subsequently evolved to become one of the must-visit places for tourists. KL Towers rise above all the skyscrapers with 421 meters.… Continue reading KL Tower – Top attraction in Kuala Lumpur

Central Market Kuala Lumpur

Central Market Kuala Lumpur (pasar seni) is a cultural landmark that every tourist should visit. Central Market is barely five minutes away from Chinatown at Petaling Street, make it conveniently accessible by tourists who plan to visit both places on the same trip.  The original building of the Central Market was built in 1988 by… Continue reading Central Market Kuala Lumpur

Garden Photography- 7 practical tips for taking better photos

When we are in the garden, we will inadvertently be attracted by the beautiful landscape, scenery, flowers, bridges, and ponds. However, very often, the photos that we took turns out dismay due to bad composition and blur images. In reality is, garden photography is more than point-and-shoot. This article discusses some simple technique that everyone… Continue reading Garden Photography- 7 practical tips for taking better photos

Kwai Chai Hong – attractive murals reminiscent of the ’60s

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Kwai Chai Hong 鬼仔巷 is the latest tourist attraction at the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur. It is a small alley behind Petaling Street with numerous murals depict the daily life at this place in the old days. This lane has been there for almost a century old. It was in a dilapidated state for many… Continue reading Kwai Chai Hong – attractive murals reminiscent of the ’60s

Batu Caves – The cultural site you must visit in Kuala Lumpur

Batu Caves is a must-visit tourist attraction when you are in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It can be reached about half an hour’s drive from the city center. The Batu Caves are located within a high limestone outcropping said to be around 400 million years old. It was used as the shelters by the indigenous Temuan… Continue reading Batu Caves – The cultural site you must visit in Kuala Lumpur

Rule of thirds photography – How to to get the best result (for beginners)

You might have heard about the rule of thirds in photography. This rule is crucial in photography composition. It is a rule that will give you instant result in a different genre of photography, from a candid shot to artistic composition. If you are struggling to make your photos appealing. rule of thirds is the… Continue reading Rule of thirds photography – How to to get the best result (for beginners)