Friday, 24 October 2008

SkyWatch Friday - KLCC After A Rainy Night


A scene of Petronas Twin Tower, Mandarin Oriental Hotel (brown building on the left), Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) Shopping Mall (the lower beige building) and Maxis Tower (the building on the right of Twin Tower), taken after a night of heavy downpour in Kuala Lumpur. You can see water spots on the glass. I took this photo when I visited a friend at Traders Hotel who had a room with this view of KLCC. Hope to visit her there again when it's a sunny day so I can catch more photos of KLCC!

Happy Sky Watch, Friday! Wish you a lovely weekend ahead. Please visit Sky Watch Portal hosted by Old Tom Wigley to view skies around the world.

14 comments:

Migs CFL fan said...

Simply beautiful. Malaysia is on my must visit list. Thanks for sharing!

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richies said...

What amazing buildings. Awesome!

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Gill - That British Woman said...

that is a stunning building and a great photo.

Gill in Canada

alicesg said...

From where you are, the view is so beautiful to view the twin tower. It looked even more beautiful at night with all the lights on. Have a nice weekend. :)

napaboaniya said...

Nice shot of the Petronas Towers with the after rain sky in the backdrop :)

chrome3d said...

That light makes them look like that view is from a sci-fi movie.

Pretty Life Online said...

Nice catch for skywatch! Every day we are engaged in a miracle which we don't even recognize__ blue sky, white clouds, green leaves, and our own two eyes. All is a miracle!!! Happy skywatching! Hope too see you @ corner too...

Tash said...

I LOVE those towers. I'm glad I don't live there since I'd be POSTING only them. Beautiful picture. I saw a NOVA? documentary on their constuction and how it was inside a while ago - fascinating.

вεдτε said...

What a stunning view! Amazing! Wish we had buildings like that in Norway =)

Ivar Ivrig said...

What a spectacular view. Stunning :-) Have a nice weekend

ritalounge said...

It's really impressive, and the design of this towers is more intresting than these in US.

babooshka said...

Stunning cityscape.

fishing guy said...

JC: What a really neat shot of the sky with the great set of buildings in the foreground.

Arija said...

Fantastic shot!. The twin towes are so well jxtaposed against the shopping centre. Really great shot.

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