Sunday, November 15, 2009


This set of 4 Malaysian cards are the largest ones I ever received. They all are 20cm by 15cm....

This scene was taken on Thaipusam Day held once a year attracting up to a million Hindu devotees and spectators. The festival which celebrates the birthday of Lord Subramaniam is a colurful affair with beating drums, chanting and the carrying of "Kavadis" to the temples located inside the limestone caves. The main temple cave has a ceiling of over 100m in height.

A popular and picturesque recreational retrait for city folks, Lake Titiwangsa is nested amidst lush greenery a backdrop of the Kuala Lumpur skyline.Tis venue is also a favourite location for festive celebrations, open air concerts and family-orientated events.

Putraya is the new <administrative Centre of the Federal Government of Malaysia.Situated 25km from Kuala Lumpur and 20km from the International Airport, the development of Putrajaya marks a new chaper in the history of modern city planning in Malaysia.

Amidst distinct architecture within Kuala Lumpur is the ever overwhelming skyscraper, the Petronas Twin Towers. Its 452m profile is decorated with traditional Islamic geometrics with the two towers linked by a skybridge on the 41st and 42nd levels.

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