If you didn't post it on Instagram, did you really go to the cool places and events you've been talking about? We think not! (kidding ;))
We can't deny that Instagram has become one of our favourite social media platforms and many of us go out of our way to get the best shots for our feed and stories.
Recently, we walked around downtown Kuala Lumpur and realised there are so many awesome places to get the best shots so we thought we'd share our newfound knowledge.
1) Medan Pasar
There's a huge bamboo structure built by Indonesian artist Andi Ramdani, as well as others, at Medan Pasar but it won't be there forever.
Even if you miss it, the clock tower is also an iconic structure that you can take pictures at, not just because it has been there since the beginning but also because it is pretty
2) Immersion 3.0
If you're a little bit of a nerd like some of us at Rojak Daily, you will love this exhibition held at the shop houses on Medan Pasar.
The interactive exhibition is the perfect combination of art and science where you can 'activate' and change the way the lights behave through specific actions.
It is also really pretty so a picture or a short video here would be a great addition to your Instagram.
3) Kwai Chai Hong @ Jalan Panggung
If you're someone who is super duper rajin when it comes to donning the perfect OOTD (outfit of the day) for your pictures, we'd suggest dressing in your best 1960s Chinese costume 'cos the alley and surrounding area boast that vibe.
The murals and buildings are done in a way that commemorates that era in Kuala Lumpur but even if you're in your usual clothes, it's still OK.
This week, you'll see some extra pretty art to take pictures with so even if you've been here before, you'd still have new things to see and document on your Instagram.
4) River of Life
We're not sure if you've noticed, but the river is so much cleaner now, which was the whole point of the 'River of Life' project.
There are several art pieces along the river and at night, there are also changing lights that looks nice in pictures.
5) iNyala at REXKL
You would have guessed by now that we love lights, especially when it involves interactive stuff.
iNyala is an exhibition at REXKL which features work by students, done in collaboration with Tenaga Nasional Berhad.
You can play a version of snake (yup, the Nokia game that we all miss), swing below a cloud that changes colours as you move and more!
Check out Urbanscapes for more exciting stuff
It's the last weekend of Urbanscapes and there's plenty to see, do and document on your Instagram.
Check out what's happening here and plan your OOTDs and venues for photoshoots before heading out.