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I’ve lived in KL for over 14 years and have never been to Thaipusam, till this year. With camera in tow, I joined over 1.5 million Hindu devotees, tourists and photographers in this heady celebration of good over evil, of vows made and prayers answered.
Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown has become synonymous with pirated DVDs and LV knock-offs. Last night, it lived up to its name by hosting the Teochew Puppet & Opera Show to kick off the Chinese New Year celebration.
What is Superman doing in Legoland? And which annoying habit is also portrayed here? See the nuances of human behaviour and cultural quirks so humorously detailed by the model makers of Legoland Malaysia.
Sentul used to be known for gangsters, cows holding up traffic and motor workshops. The cows are still dropping their dung here but this corner of KL is getting on in style. Take a visit to d7 to see the future of Sentul. Not a curry house in sight.
Getting a good photo is sometimes about timing. Just three seconds later and it’s gone.
After dreaming about getting a 14-150mm lens for my Olympus PEN for the longest time, I finally got a secondhand one just a year old. The Sports Day next door was the perfect occasion to test it out.
My friend calls it the air freshener because of the sound it makes and the gesture I make when I’m taking a photo. You pull the ripcord, press the button and make a swish at the scenery or object you want to take. The 35mm film inside would advance over the four lenses, giving you 4 pictures in one exposure, no apps required.
From inspiring quotes on a school wall to a deserted city centre, my personal account of GE13.
Colourful, crowded, grimy and sometimes suspect, the bowels of downtown KL presents interesting layers or surprises for the wanderer.