This is a guest post by Lauren Becker. If you want to guest post on Go Backpacking, please read more here.
Kuala Lumpur is a modern industrial city caught up in 20th century technology, buildings, and media. Clutched in a triangle of three cultures: Malay, Indian, and Chinese, the city exudes the blending of these cultures in the new versus the old.
From the amazing Batu Caves with monkeys watching the Hindu traditions, to the hawker stalls on Jl Pedling with mouth watering Chinese and Malay delicacies, and the eclectic markets of Chinatown, evidence of the mixing cultures is everywhere.
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About the Photographer: Lauren Becker is a filmmaker turned travel writer who has been lucky enough to travel the world for work and fun. She enjoys sharing her experiences through the written word, the still photograph, and moving image. Read more at her personal website, my personal website is www.laurenbecker.net, or follow her on Twitter @filmlb.
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