About Cammal K
Lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Since Jun 2008
35-49 year old male
From Malaysia and wants to see more of the world. I am a Coffee Addict, Foodie, Photographer. Occasionally splurge in life. I want to experience world culture and soak it all in. You can read more about me at brownboyspeaks.wordpress.com
Sacred & Religious Sites
Neighbourhoods, Flea & Street Markets
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks
Sacred & Religious Sites, Caverns & Caves
A must see. One of the tallest twin towers in the world. Check out the observation deck which will you an awesome view of KL sky scrappers.
This is one of the must visit shopping malls in Malaysia.
Little Penang Cafe offers authentic Malaysia Chinese cuisine which is very popular among the locals.
This is one of the oldest malls in this area however still remains relevant. You can find good range of affordable products here. You can do a bit of bargaining in some smaller outlets.
A must visit if you are a tech junkie. The whole mall offers almost anything with tech gadgets.
A huge mall offering a wide range of designer and famous brands. A good selection of F&B outlets. The only mall with Bentley showroom.
This is the oldest Hindu temple in Malaysia which is founded in 1873. Its very well kept and tourist friendly.
Chinatown or also known as Petaling Street is a market offering cheap things. There is almost everything here from clothes, souvenirs to electronic items to fabrics. Other than cheap stuff, Petaling Street is renowned for selling imitation goods like handbags, wallets, watches and shoes from brands like Adidas, Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Nike and so on.
This place is know to locals as the Independence Square where Malaysia gain its independence in 1957. This building was build in late 1890.
The Bird Park is a 20.9-acre (8.5 ha) public aviary in KL. It is a popular tourist attraction in the country, receiving an annual average of 200,000 visitors.The Bird Park houses more than 3000 birds representing more than 200 species in an enclosed aviary. 90% are local birds and 10% were imported from overseas.
Little India is a small area bustling with colorful shops selling saris, spices, and sandalwood along with Indian restaurants. It's an amazing place to wander around and take in the sights and smells.
One of the biggest shopping mall which offers variety of brands, product and services. Loads of F&B outlets here. You can find almost anything in this mall.
Authentic Indian food restaurant which has been here for a long time. Serves quality food and attracts a lot of crowd almost at all time.
Batu Caves is a limestone hill riddled with caves. The main Cave is known as the Temple is accessed by a steep flight of 272 steps. The steps are thronged with troupes of greedy macaques who will harass you for food if you are carrying any (better not to feed them). The top of the stairs brings you into a massive cave with a high vaulted ceiling. The cave serves as a Hindu Temple devoted to Lord Muragan whose 42 meter high gold statue stands guard outside.