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Kuala Lumpur architecture and shopping by night and day. Snapshots from a fantastic few weeks at the end of 2012 with family experiencing the city. Part 2.

Streetlife as the sun starts to set with Mosque and Menara Telekom Tower in the background

Streetlife as the sun starts to set with Mosque and Menara Telekom Tower in the background

Night Market

Night Market

Food at the Night Market

Food at the Night Market

Christmas Decorations at the Pavilion Shopping Centre

Christmas Decorations at the Pavilion Shopping Centre

Lavish individual shopfront at the Pavilion Shopping Centre

Lavish individual shopfront at the Pavilion Shopping Centre

Masjid Negara

Masjid Negara

Masjid Negara

Masjid Negara

Little India

Little India

Petronas Towers illuminating the sky

Petronas Towers illuminating the sky

Food Stall at Market

Food Stall at Market

 

Putrajaya

Putrajaya

Putra Bridge and Putra Mosque

Putra Bridge and Putra Mosque

Putra Mosque

Putra Mosque

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Saltan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque (Blue Mosque), Shah Alam

no, not Christmas lights, these are a permanent fixture at I-City!

no, not Christmas lights, these are a permanent fixture at I-City!

 

 

 

 

 

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Even during Monsoon Season, Kuala Lumpur was a vibrant city, through activity, colour and people. The city was built up of a varied urban fabric, tall skyscrapers next to 3 storey terraced housing with different architectural styles. Around every corner was something different, interesting and often surprising! Here are a few pictures from my exploration there.

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