Lot 10 Hutong Food Court, Kuala Lumpur It was not exactly hidden with all the neon signs outside, but somehow we were the only westerners in there.
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glimpse: AF | Come sunshine or rain, dry or wet season – for better or worse, the tropics keep an almost constant solar angle throughout the year, making for eternal warmth. In the Köppen–Geiger climate classification this warrants an A, not for the best, but the warmest climate. Kuala Lumpur falls into the subcategory Af – tropical rainforest climate with no distinct dry season, which means the sun and the sky brew hot and humid weather all year round, serving almost daily rainfalls. Cloudbursts come without much of a heads up and when it rains, it rains.
KLCC, Kuala Lumpur But which view to favor? Day or night?
I hadn't seen that one before.
places / stories
Kuala Lumpur / Culture Kaleidoscope
yet to be written
The Street Next Door
stumbling upon the grandeur of normality in everyday streets
...the grandeur of the streets compiled herein lies in their utter normality... these streets are the subtle voice of the mundane; they are the streets next door... see more
Office Prison Symmetry
behind bars: office or prison?
Looking at it from the outside, I can’t help but seeing bars in the symmetry that comes with the sterile and institutional blueprint of office buildings around the world. see more
neon-rice & snowy white
In a realm so contrasting that it juxtaposes the world's highest peaks with some of its most paradisiacal beaches, there's naturally much to see: gargantuan caves, neon green rice paddies, bizarre monoliths, brackish lagoons, blue lava and a volcano inside a volcano to name but a few. see more
humble homes & visionary blueprints
intricate slums & ancient temples witnessing futuristic skylines on the rise see more