KL grafitti

I look forward to leaving the office early because I could then catch the illegal van service. It is a much appreciated mode of transportation because it gets me to KL Sentral in 10 minutes and Masjid Jamek in 15 minutes. This compared to the LRT feeder bus that sometimes takes up to half an hour just to crawl from Bukit Damansara to Bangsar LRT.

If it’s not raining, I’d get down in the bowels of downtown KL for dinner before catching the train – porridge at Soong Kee or noodles/bak kut teh/duck rice in Chinatown. The area is colourful, crowded, grimy and sometimes suspect, but presents interesting layers or surprises for the casual wanderer.

Just a few days ago I walked a different route and stumbled upon a retro signage of a contact lense shop (picture in a later post) and snacks from Bangladesh at a grocery shop.

But for today, I’ll share some lesser known graffiti tucked behind the row of buildings along the river near the Masjid Jamek LRT. They were taken with my Lomo camera. The last one is my most recent find, taken with my mobile phone. It’s from a pillar of a flower shop near Chinatown.

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This entry was published on May 12, 2013 at 6:43 am. It’s filed under architecture, art, humour and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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