February 9, 2016

Visit Malaysia #6: Kuala Lumpur under the blue sky

Another random photowalk with the E and a new friend. Super random, and to be honest, it's our first time of shooting together. We went around Kuala Lumpur to explore the great places for photo shoots.

Here are my partners for the day:
ZUL, this apek-face is my partner in handling the batch during F5
NAZMI, a good friend of mine since F4
Presentingggggg, the talents of the day:
ALYA, this chatterbox has just came from Brisbane
ZUBAIR, Nazmi's friend which is now our new friend
Here are the places that we've discovered:

The top floor was empty as it was a public holiday, so I'm not really sure about the normal days. At 12 in the afternoon, the view is so greaaaaattttttt with the perfect lighting from the sun (yes, it was freaaaakingggg hot too but for the sake of great photos we put that fact aside).

To get here, from the KLCC park (fountain is on your left and KLCC shopping complex is in on the front side), turn to the left and walk along the sidewalk. You'll pass Masjid as Syakirin (right hand side), and you'll see a 4-storey of parking complex across the road.
The skyline 
The buildings:


Them, in action:




Dah boleh jadi iklan drama

There are a few platforms there, and the middle ones are used for boarding. We took pictures at the other side (beside the road) of the platform which we believe is the side of the office. Some pedestrians used it to walk across the station too.
The KTM KL station
You have to take the Kelana Jaya line LRT and stop at Pasar Seni Station. As you walked out of the station, there is a bridge connected to the KTM station opposite some small shops. 
The old train




The walls are old school:

OOTD in the making
Single perspective
3. Sultan Abdul Samad Building
A very famous building in KL, and it was named after Sultan Selangor in 1890s. This remarkable building was built for administrative purposes before the function is moved to Shah Alam. It was now turned into museums and some other tourism venues.

Helping out a tourist to find her ways in KL
This building can be easily found as you stop at Masjid Jamek LRT station. With the mosque at your left, walk along the sidewalk and the building will be on your left.

Boys are being boys
4. Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square)
You can easily locate it which is right the opposite of Sultan Abdul Samad's Building. Another hotspot for the tourists, and also a great place to lepak and sembang with friends.




It's almost 6, and we're exhausted from all the walking and laughing. So, we took a few shots as the evening light was soooo awesome, and sat on the grass to enjoy the view.

Well, that's all for now. There's a lot more to be discovered, wait till the next post!