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Street Art In Kuala Lumpur #tanahairku - Jalan Raja Chulan

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Once called graffiti, street art has bloomed in Malaysia with many artists turning dull buildings into tourist attractions
Since Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacha­revic captured the hearts of many Malaysians through his wall paintings in Penang and Ipoh, the phenomenon has created a large following.
The love for art has led many aspiring artists in the Klang Valley to pull out their graffiti sprays and paintbrushes to dress up dull looking walls and back alleys, turning them into tourist attractions.
You will not miss this eye-catching facade of Nando’s restaurant of a creatively drawn rooster by local graffiti artist Kenji Chai.
His work, launched in 2014 was part of an art initiative, wraps the outlet’s prominent Chinatown outlet beautifully.
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