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... time we visit KL, usually new buildings going up. Flying in you get a different perspective of how KL is growing. KL sprawls, from the city centre new developments spread in all directions, like lava flowing from a volcano. But you also see the other changes to the landscapes, the reservoirs, the palm oil plantations, industrial estates, all eating into the natural surroundings. I wonder as I look out the plane window, seeing how it incrementally changes each time we come here, what ...
... and brimming with a strong sense of kind-heartedness and justice.
To usher in the auspicious Chinese New Year, there will be a spectacular lion dance performance on the first day of the Chinese New Year. Two majestic lions will captivate with their performance to the roaring beat of drums and clash of cymbals. The lion dance performance will spread good luck, good fortune, good health and prosperity. Hence you are cordially invited to join ...
Got the news on Monday from Andrew, the shipping agent, be at his office at Port Klang at 10.00am yesterday. But I was sick all night Monday and really didn't think I would get there. Of course, all the medications we had for such things were all packed in the van. I got Neville to go to the nearest shop to see what they had and he came back with some Chinese Herbal medicine that looked like little black beads. I ...
... spent ages up there looking out on the glowing, lit-up city and illuminated Twin towers... (Oh and taking a few selfies of course). The towers and the building next to them were PUMPING out the light... WOWZA. Absolutely breathtaking... But talk about the light pollution!
Oh yes... I also allowed myself a little early Christmas present here in KL. I say little... It literally is quite little... But the price tag sure ain't little. Well, ...
... in front of the towers, which was nothing spectacular but pretty all the same.
Overall KL is just like any big city; lots of traffic, people everywhere and an abundance of shopping malls. The towers are worth seeing, as is Merdeka Square, where the flag was first raised upon their independence in 1957 (that's right, I learnt a bit of history too!). A few days was enough though and my next stop was Georgetown, ...