Flowers // Blue
Flowers // Blue
- Georgetown, Malaysia
While I was walking around Georgetown, I noticed on one street that there were small congregations of people sitting around. At first I thought it might have just been after coming from the nearby Mosque or Church... but instead it was just the homeless.
Georgetown is another one of the towns in Malaysia where the segregation between the middle class and the lower class are pretty large.
After sitting down and talking to a few of the homeless, I noticed that they still seemed to be enjoying life as much as anyone else! Not with material items, but with all the spiritual aspects.
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Declared by UNESCO 'a living world heritage city' in June 2008, Georgetown is a meld of historic 19th century buildings and contemporary Malaysia. Sights and attractions, fine dining, numerous shopping malls and travellers from all over the world all come together here in a vibrant, colourful city teeming with locals who are living their lives as they have done for generations.
If you could imagine Laos' Luang Prabang, but three times the size, with traffic lights, busy morning commuters and car ferries crossing the Mekong between oil tankers and fishing boats, then you're heading in the right direction.
The inner city is a fascinating place to wander about, with endless choices of tree-lined streets and tiny little crisscrossing lanes. Historical buildings, art galleries and a myriad of temples are among countless other attractions that share the space with good shopping, ... Read our complete Georgetown travel guide