Other Kuala Lumpur or Malaysia features

In the previous post you could see modern kuala lumpur city, its skyscrapers, flyovers, violentvegetation, in general, all that catches the eye first. But after all the puppy delights subside, you start to notice other sides of the city, well, or after you walk along it more. I especially will not sign, just a lot of photos of Kuala Lumpur.

Malaysia's specialties are side by sidelive Malays, Chinese and Indians, and their cultures are closely intertwined. Therefore, in addition to the skyscrapers of glass and concrete, there is dirt and dilapidated buildings. Although such things are most noticeable in the Indian quarter (Little India). If you have never been to India, then apparently you can get an idea about it.

Hindus - cool people

Hindus - cool people

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Machine in the indian quarter

Machine in the indian quarter

A little trash on the street

A little trash on the street

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Indian Quarter Little India

Skyscrapers and hovels very close

Skyscrapers and hovels very close

In Chinatown (Chinetown), everything is also notEuropean clean and tidy. But on the other hand, there are the cheapest hotels in Kuala Lumpur and the Chinese market, where you can buy a bunch of different things from famous brands, at a bargain price, of course, fake ones. I wrote a little about it here - Our hotel in Kuala Lumpur and Chinatown.

Walking around the city you can see such a feature of Kuala Lumpur, as rolling trees into tiles at the very trunk. Why is this necessary? After all, the tree is not good, and it breaks all this beauty sooner or later.

Tree roots are breaking free

Tree roots are breaking free

Tree roots are breaking free

Tree roots are breaking free

I was very pleased with Internet advertising inMalaysia - 50 megabits offer! This cosmos is easy! We here in Thailand in Chiang Mai barely found a more or less stable channel for 8 megabits and we are happy to be mad, but here we have as many as 50!

Internet here is high-speed

Internet here is high-speed

In the language of Malays, words are often foundadded apparently by the principle of how to hear and write. The most vivid example is Teksi, which is a transcript of the English word Taxi. Also, the central bus station is named KL-Sentral, apparently from the English Central.

Taxi in Kuala Lumpur

Taxi in Kuala Lumpur

About the women, wrapped in kerchiefs, as a real milkmaid, I already wrote. But sometimes there are women quite well in knightly armor, only eyes and you can see ... Yes, and whole harems can be found.

Knight in black armor

Knight in black armor

Harem common

Harem common

Shawl fever in Kuala Lumpur

Shawl fever in Kuala Lumpur

But not all are so conservative, there are also completely liberated personalities. Here is a living example that not all people in Kuala Lumpur are adherents of the Muslim religion.

Liberated individual

Liberated individual

Another feature of Malaysia is water supply and sanitation outside buildings. Well, partly, of course. Most often water meters are found, and almost in front of each door in residential buildings.

Water meters along sidewalks

Water meters along sidewalks

Sewage pipes outside the building

Sewage pipes outside the building

With all this, Malaysia is a very developed country. This is evident not only in buildings, ties and transport, but also in such things as caring for people with disabilities, such as the blind. We saw them often enough, but did not dare to take a picture.

Social advertising about the blind

Social advertising about the blind

Signs - Attention, Blind

Signs - Attention, Blind

Although, of course, it is the modern architecture that is most remembered on the first trip to Malaysia. As in the second I do not know, but still ahead.

Two-level interchanges in the city

Two-level interchanges in the city

Two-level interchanges in the city

Two-level interchanges in the city

The modern city of Kuala Lumpur

The modern city of Kuala Lumpur

In the city center sometimes there are maps of Kuala Lumpur with the mark You are here, so getting lost will not always work.

Maps on the streets

Maps on the streets

And further, the photo of Kuala Lumpur without further ado ...

Another Kuala Lumpur

Another Kuala Lumpur

Another Kuala Lumpur

Another Kuala Lumpur

Another Kuala Lumpur

Another Kuala Lumpur

Khobar in Kuala Lumpur

Khobar in Kuala Lumpur

Rubbish in the streets of Kuala Lumpur

Rubbish in the streets of Kuala Lumpur

Racing in the city gathered all in one place

Racing in the city gathered all in one place

There are temples and non-Muslim

There are temples and non-Muslim

Tower Menara in the evening with backlight

Tower Menara in the evening with backlight

Skyscrapers are built further

Skyscrapers are built further

Fire in the mall, everyone ignores him

Fire in the mall, everyone ignores him

Kuala Lumpur City

Kuala Lumpur City

Cafe on the streets of Kuala Lumpur

Cafe on the streets of Kuala Lumpur

Other angles Kuala Lumpur

Other angles Kuala Lumpur

Other angles Kuala Lumpur

Other angles Kuala Lumpur

Here, almost all the photos of Kuala Lumpur, which we havethere is, well, apart from some of the attractions of Kuala Lumpur that we also visited. After all, there really is something to see. By the way, maybe it is worth sometimes posts with a smaller amount of text to do, and with more photos, like this time?

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