Memories of Kuala Lumpur

Hello World!!!

This is to wrap up my Kuala Lumpur trip.  Enjoy the pictures……

This is in China town. We stayed here for two nights. Cheap and comfortable and the staff are friendly and very informative. She gladly told us that the best way to go to KLCC is by LRT and that is just a few blocks behind our hotel......

Indian temple we found at the back of our hotel going to the LRT station. Cute.

Aquaria, we did not enter. We just drop by because one of our companions has to buy a ball pen. Hehe. Yes really it is just ballpen.....They are cute though and we end up buying some other souviner items.

Aquaria is conveniently located in KLCC. Great location.

This is where we had our lunch. This should not be missed. This is bus stop number 14

Hornbill Restaurant is located inside the bird park. Sorry I forgot to take pictures of the food we ate. But I assure you they are all delicious, and we are so hungry that time too.

The Orchid garden. Located accross the pird park.

Farmville in Kuala Lumpur. hehe

My sis and me. This is the gate of their National Palace. Hehe.... Like the Mansion in Baguio.....

The royal guard......I am amazed with their discipline not to mind us.....hahaha

The Royal guard on the horse ready for action. This is bus stop no. 10

Some interesting buildings around and I already forgot their names.....This is in Independence square I think.

This one also. This was taken because the hop on hop off driver kindly stop for 10 minutes in St. Mary's Cathedral and this buildng is nearby and it is pretty.

And of Kuala Lumpur is not complete without a post with the petronas tower.

We came and we loved it. Kuala Lumpur till we meet again.

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  1. Sugel
    Sep 19, 2011 @ 07:42:58

    ..The first Kuala Lumpur museum you should definitely check out is the National Museum Muzium Negara . Here you can find various displays of Malay artifacts and heritages. The Father of Independence and first Prime Minister of Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj personally chose this exquisite design..The architecture of the National Museum Kuala Lumpur comprises of 26 concrete pillars which are positioned to reflect the features of a traditional Malay palace.

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