I visited Malaysia in 2018 when I was still relatively ‘new’ to street photography. I was photographing in the streets for nearly two years, and my focus was shifting to capturing people in their daily life. This continued in Malaysia where I spent a month visiting Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, and George Town.

During these 30 days, I had a chance to observe Ramadan and Hari Raya celebrations, visiting different mosques and temples, dining with a family as well as trying some delicious food at different cafes. In George Town, I spent my time walking around the streets, visiting a 232-year-old Protestant cemetery and the Bukit China burial ground, and admiring the street art spread across the town.

On my last night in Malaysia, I even got punched by a stranger — making my time even more ‘memorable’ in the country.

Year: 2018