Malaysia Photo Diaries

Hello Everyone,

I got the opportunity to visit Malaysia for two days recently. Did not get the opportunity to really explore the place well, but managed to visit a couple of beautiful places. Take a look.

Putrajaya – The Federal Administrative center of Malaysia.

One thing that I found really interesting about Malaysia is that the Seat of the King and Parliament along with the Commercial and Financial centre of Malaysia is located at Putrajaya, a city located around 25 kms away from Kuala lampur. The entire city is built only for Governmental activities. The Palace of the King, Residences the Prime minster & Deputy prime minister and other important government officials are located here. You will not find civilian housing here & Only certain areas like the mosque are accessible to civilians and tourists. DSC00259 Bangunan Perdana Putra 011404268252Putra-Jaya Malaysia is one country where the weather cannot be trusted. it can rain really heavily one minute and the other minute you have the sun shinning brightly. So please bear an Umbrella with you at all times, just in case.

Kuala Lumpur Day 1

We visited the War memorial, National Monument, Cricket Field, High Court Building, Observatory Deck- K L Tower. DSC00299


DSC00316DSC00304 Merdaka Square, Kuala lumpur – the place where the High Court, Cricket ground , the pole where the National flag of Malaysia was first hoisted in 1957, and other important places are located.




High Court, Kuala Lumpur



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Kuala Lumpur Tower & View from the observatory deck.


DSC00341 DSC00333Kuala Lumpur Day 2

Today we finally got to see the most popular attraction of Kuala Lumpur, The Petronas Towers! You have to see the twins during the evening even if you have seen it during the day! The towers look breathe taking at night. Also within the Petronas Tower you have certain fountain arrangements that are a must see. A good place to just sit and chill in the evening. and if you love shopping like I do, the ground floor of the Petronas Towers houses some really great stores where you can shop.


Malaysia is also famous for the amazing chocolates that they make. Do not forget to check out this amazing Cocoa Boutique. There are so many varieties of chocolates that they make. Its like visiting Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory!For all the chocolate lovers out there, this is place you cant miss. IMG_4948IMG_4949

Batu Caves is limestone hill that have a series of caves and is sacred to the Hindu community in Malaysia. The temple is dedicated to Lord Murugan and is considered a very sacred place. It is the focal point of Hindu festival called Thaipusum in Malaysia. The large 140 ft high gold painted statue of Lord Murugan is a major attraction, that should not be missed.


Evening at Petronas Towers.




Since my visit was a short one, I could not really explore the city well. But I did enjoy my time there. Might visit it again sometime in the near future at a more leisurely pace. Stay tuned for my next blog! Till next time then, Arpita xo

12 thoughts on “Malaysia Photo Diaries

  1. Hello Arpita 🙂

    This is the best post I have seen on your blog so far. So many attractions 🙂

    Does Malaysia have a cricket ground? I never saw a cricket match with Malaysian team.

    And the lord Murugan gold statue–my goodness! What a beauty it’s! I have not seen many better than this one 🙂

    The picture you have captured is also beautiful as it highlights the contrast b/w tiny sized people on stairs and tall statue. 🙂

    I am glad you shared this post 🙂



    1. Hi Anand,
      The Central place in Malaysia, the Merdaka Square is a place that is must see, if you visit Malaysia! They do have a cricket ground, but its not like the ones we have here in India. I Don’t think Cricket is a major sport out there.
      The Lord Murugan temple is supposed to be Swayambhu. You remember the story of Ganesha & Murugan competing to be the first prayed among Gods. They had to travel around the world. The one who travelled fastest would win. The story is, during his trip round the world, Murugan with his Peacock rested at this place. Since you are into mythology, thought the story would interest you 🙂

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  2. I was in KL earlier this year and loved the view of the Petronas Towers too. I also loved the food. Your short trip was very full and you saw much more of the sights than me. Thanks for the photos,

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