I’ve been travelled abroad to a few places and all of it by infamous Malaysian (especially around Asia) low cost carrier. So, I’ve been transited a few times at Kuala Lumpur and below, my random memories and pictures about Kuala Lumpur.
Curious, was my first feeling when I was about stepping on Kuala Lumpur, you know, I feel like our relationship with this neighbour country is like pull and push love. I was imagined how it felt to experience the country which culture, people, and weather were similar to what I have been used to, but just differ by political border.
Second visit to twin tower was not the same to the first one. My second visit to Twin Tower was with my beloved sister. I persuaded her to wait until evening to take more pictures. The funny thing was, while waiting, my sister and I were busy commenting about people who took picture in front of Twin Tower, from selfie to group picture, from how they tried to take the ‘mainstream’ style to different pose or unique pose, it was really interesting. And, of course in the end, we joined the other tourists; took our picture in front of it, but with lack sense of modelling pose.
Chinatown, its activity and especially its food has never failed me, even though it never be the luxurious one, but I love to see the hectic activity at morning when the merchants prepared their shop, the interaction at market, hospital and seemed interesting conversation between customer and merchant (even though i lost in translation), and the most likeable part was the street hawker, it source of good and delicious meals, while at night it turned in to busy, noisy, and crowd flea market that sold so many cheap souvenir and food. At night, I still put my concern to interaction that happened at market while having my delicious varied meals. It was pleasing.
Supper at Jalan Alor was always amusing. It is a busy street (especially at night) which is dedicated to food (mostly Chinese food and seafood) and leisure. I love Chinese food, especially any kind of noodle and dim sum, so the lively Jalan Alor has always been my choice for supper. It was really nice to see how people spent time for dinner while having chit-chat there.
The difference doesn’t matter, it all works in harmonisation for building up the city’s face (in my opinion). Read one article here.
I also wish that our National Heritage was as famous and treasured as these buildings (or it just me who don’t know the progress of ours?). It was neat and comfort to walk despite all the hot temperature and humid weather.