A photo essay is what lazy bloggers do when they’re behind on their posts but want you to see some cool pictures of a recent destination. So, here ya go!
Lanterns over Petaling Street
A dreary day in Chinatown
Making keys the old school way
Raw chicken on top of live chickens. Seems a little cruel, don’t you think?
Outdoor pork butcher off of Petaling Street
Sri Mahamariamman Temple – The oldest and richest Hindu temple in KL.
Figurines inside Sri Mahamariamman Temple
Call that number for a good time with this clean fella.
Street art murals along the river in KL
More street art
Old school Indian barbershop. Traditionally they only serviced male customers, but they’ve expanded their horizons to girls with short hair.
Fresh petai at the market. They look like fava beans when you take them out of the pod, but they’re crunchy and bitter. We didn’t like them very much.
Lots of longan and long sat for sale at the Chow Kit wet market.
Plums and rambutan at Chow Kit wet market
I’m not sure why these whole chickens are so yellow. Maybe they’re Purdue.
A butcher and a cow’s head at Chow Kit wet market.
Fresh fish at Chow Kit wet market
The art of sharpening a butcher knife.
A mound of mangosteens at the Chow Kit fruit market.
The colorful streets of Brickfields, the Indian neighborhood of KL.
Little India Brickfields
Colorful bracelets for sale at a store in Brickfields.
Flower arrangements in Brickfields. I wonder if I can walk around wearing only flower arrangements.
A man making another beautiful flower arrangement for me to wear.