This is the 1st part of a 2 part Stop-motion video series.
I traveled to Kula Lumpur about 3 years ago and it was the second stop at the beginning of our 2 year journey around the world. I was familiar with all the backpacker areas and I had spent many nights partying with Elise at the restaurants and bars in China Town. It was a city that I thought I has explored extremely well, but it didn’t realise what I had missed until my most recent trip.
This stop-motion video will take you on a journey with me and see the trip to Kuala Lumpur through my eyes. This is my first attempt at creating a stop-motion film and I am somewhat pleased with the results. I think this video puts you in my perspective of travelling through Kuala Lumpur. I hope it inspires you to travel to this beautiful country for yourself.
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Kula Lumpur Highlights
If you are planning on visiting Kuala Lumpur then staying at Traders Hotel is a definite must. If it is a little out of your budget then you can always drop in and have a drink at the SkyBar which over looks the Petronas Towers. We spent one night eating and drinking the night away at this roof top bar. They do a killer Mojito and Long Island Iced Tea.
On my previous trip to Kuala Lumpur I didn’t have an opportunity to go up to the sky bridge, because you had to line up for hours in the morning to get a chance of doing the free tour. Since then, they have started charging for the tour for the SkyBridge Walk and this has made it more accessible for everyone to see the city from this monolithic monument.
This is the pewter factory where you can take part in a bowl making workshop in the School of Hard Knocks. The tour is runs daily and although this is something that usually wouldn’t interest me, I was surprising satisfied with this tour and make sure you ask if you can hear the story about the lucky melon teapot.
We walked the streets around the city centre of Kuala Lumpur and visited Chinese and Hindu Temples along with Muslim Mosque’s. This city is teaming with history ans character and if you are on a guided tour you will learn a lot about the many different cultures and people who have left their make on the city.
Enjoy Kuala Lumpur through my lens…
Watch the next Stop-motion video of Malacca now.