When the time is right, I, the Lord will make it happen. – Isaiah 60:22
According to Wikipedia, Kuala Lumpur is the only global city in Malaysia. It is among the fastest growing metropolitan regions in South-East Asia, in both population and economic development.
Last March 29, 2018, me and my mom together with my sister went to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. I am very excited because travel is the only thing that makes me happy.
The Kuala Lumpur Tower
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communications tower located in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Its construction was completed on 1 March 1995. It features an antenna that increases its height to 421 meters (1,381 feet) and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. Thank you so much, Wikipedia. 🙂
Batu Caves with the Murugan Statue, it is also the largest statue of Murugan located outside Batu Caves. It is also the center of rock climbing development in Malaysia.
@ Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur
The pavilion is a shopping center located in Bukit Bintang.
@ Royal Selangor Visitor Centre
Stories are always best experienced first-hand.
Standing majestically with its modern urban design, Royal Selangor Visitor Centre is the go-to place to experience pewter, both as a beautiful piece to be admired and as a craft. Explore the events that will put you in the thick of the tin rush in colonial Malaya, and the founding in 1885 of Royal Selangor, maker of the world’s finest pewter. Thank you so much, Google for the knowledge. 🙂
@ Heritage Building
The very beautiful Merdeka Square. The bridge represents much of what has gone wrong with the city’s heritage preservation: misguided spending, bad planning and a failure to consult with experts in the field.
@ Malacca Malaysia // Exploring Malacca at its finest.
Malacca is a Malaysian state on the Malay Peninsula’s southwest coast. The capital, Malacca City, has a colonial past seen in its preserved town center, the site of 16th-century, Portuguese St. Paul’s Church. It’s also home to Christ Church, built by the Dutch in the 18th century. Next to Christ Church in Red Square is the Stadthuys, the Dutch-era town hall now housing a museum of Malaccan history and ethnography. Thank you so much, Wikipedia. 🙂