Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Where the old and new get together...

November 30th 2008 marked a nice sunny Sunday which triggered me to just go out to downtown Kuala Lumpur to have a photography session with one of my friends that i met on the blog... he also a blogger :-p


Anyway, we didn't plan this earlier... i just text him early morning to meet up @ Asia Jaya station and got a train down to Masjid Jamek station. Before our photographing session, we took a heavy early lunch @ Burger King. 

Financial district @ the back

Masjid Jamek - oldest mosque in Kuala Lumpur

Where the two rivers meet

After taking a few shots near the riverside, we proceed to the merdeka square area... Our first stop, Sultan Abdul Samad building 

Sultan Abdul Samad Building in 1950's :p

The nice architecture

Lobby of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building

We walked over to the opposite of Sultan Abdul Samad building... i.e. The Merdeka Square
The Merdeka Square has the world tallest flag pole and flower pots. 

National Bank (where Ringgit is made)

One of the oldest church in KL - built 1894 

Old and New come together 


We completed our old KL shooting and decided to take a train over to the tallest twin in the world :-p The Petronas Twin Tower... Stay tune for next entry : World Tallest Twin...

More pictures @ TZ-Photo

10 comments:

Bengbeng said...

stunning pics

Borneo Falcon said...

Nice photos you able to capture

Mr Dino said...

i need to learn more on photo taking tips from u later la.. ^__^

K|E|E|N|Y|E|E said...

Wow, such a great talent you have. Such a long time I didn't go to those places in KL.

TZ said...

Bengbeng: thanks thanks :p I like the picture that u take on the riverview ... awesome

Borneo Falcon: thanks dude!

Mr.Dino: Let's go outing together ... we could exchange some tips :p

K|E|E|N|Y|E|E : Thanks dude!... the city has changed a bit since my last visit... lost count when was my last visit... sigh!

QuaChee said...

yr pics are nice. they resemble a beautiful kl :)

foongpc said...

Wow! Beautiful photos ! I like them very much. maybe you should compile them into a book and sell it as a coffee table book on KL.

TZ said...

Quachee: Thanks for dropping by my blog... Thanks for the compliment too...

Foongpc: thanks dude... don't think people will buy lor... will you be the first one to buy my book ah?

Johnny Ong said...

good pictures taken that cld be post card quality

TZ said...

Johnny Ong: Thanks dude! :-p Maybe should make some postcard and give it as a gift to my fellow African colleagues :p