If you have every drove pass the entrance to the Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) hiking route beside the KL Tower, you might have spotted the quaint and popular abandoned heritage row of houses.
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That place is by far my favourite place to go for a photoshoot, the old but grand facade is all but an empty pseudo building with nothing behind the impressive looking doors, widows and walls.
According to Time Out KL, it is one of the best places in KL to take your wedding photos “Just opposite La Vie En Rose is a row of pre-war houses with an elaborate crest on the wall that says OES and the date 1931. It’s not an abandoned building per se – you can still see sarong-clad occupants minding their business upstairs. But there’s a particular yellow door on the ground floor that disengages from its colonial identity. It’s like stumbling upon a house in a storybook, with creeping foliage, wooden shutters and motif floor tiles to give it character. In the morning, before the traffic starts, the busy Raja Chulan halts for a brief spell – it’s the best time to get your photos taken if you like something offbeat that’s still quintessentially KL.”