Our Apartment in Kuala Lumpur
Entrance to our apartment
Since our arrival in Kuala Lumpur seven years ago, we have lived in the same apartment. It is a low-rise condo, modeled on the idea of a turn of the 19th century straits merchant's house. In this case "straits" refer to the Straits of Melakka, located about 75 miles from Kuala Lumpur. It is a port city linking the Indian Ocean to Southeast and East Asia, and its significance to world trade dates back to the 15th century. So, we are living in a bit of local architectural history. The complex itself is an architectural gem, and each apartment has its own unique flourishes. Unlike most condos which are boxy affairs with a single window at the end of the unit. our apartment has windows on the entire eastern side of each room, and the wooden floors and crown create a beautiful living environment. It was a seven minute drive to ISKL's former campus in the morning, and is about 3 blocks from the new school. It is now our retirement home. This was the last house Tracy saw when visiting from Singapore, and she instantly fell in love with it. It sports 3 bedrooms, a spacious enclosed kitchen, 4 bathrooms, and a sunroom. Take the virtual tour below to see how we appointed our new living space.

Virtual Tour of our KL Condo



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