Friday, July 13, 2007

Architecture in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia is such a multi-cultural country which includes Indian, Muslim, Malaysian and Chinese people. This had had an influence on the architecture that is easily recognized in the cities throughout Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur

On the way to the city from the airport you can see the most colorful part of Kuala Lumpur wherethere are several big tall buildings with different shapes. When you get into the city center, each districts buildings seem to be a different colour and I think this is related to the people who live there.

China town has lots of similar houses with lots of charactor on both the side and the top of the houses. there's lots of Chinese writing on the signage on the houses, too. It makes this part of town look great and different to other parts of KL. I love China town alot.

Merdeka Square

If you walk into the Merdeka Square area, you can see some beautiful Muslim buildings with hundred of years of history.

Kuala Lumpur

Between these places, there are hundreds of old churches and Indian temples and also lots of tall modern buildings. This gives Kuala Lumpur a lot of character as far as the architecture goes. Come to Malaysia, go to Kuala Lumpur and you will agree with me that KL is quite a unique Asian city.


junebee said...

Thanks, those are great pictures. The only photo of a building I've ever seen from KL is that famous one of two towers with the connecting bridge It's nice to see something different.

GoingGlobal said...

Wow- I love the top picture. I would love a house that looks like that.

Van Cong Tu said...

Junebee, Yes, thats the most famous tower. I didn't take a tour up to the tower as other tourists do. I was too lazy hehe
Shoshaune, same idea. Is that beautiful and stylish? :)

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Đăng Quang said...

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