Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Freedom Deprived

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Visiting Malaysia - Putrajaya City

13 April 2008. The central Kuala Lumpur is already crowded that the (Malaysian) government had decided to seat its government offices on this newly born capital Putra Jaya City. This birth of a new capital was named after Prince Putra, whom championed the Independence of Malaysia from its British colonizers 50 years ago, while Jaya means excellence or success.

A mixture of modern Malay and Arabic architecture, Putrajaya City spreads on 4, 931 hectares and is located 25 kms. from Kuala Lumpur and about 20 kms. from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The structures are impressive with clean and well-paved streets and alley. This Sunday is flocked with both international and local tourists alike visiting the mosque and taking snapshots of this remarkable place.

One of the place to see is the Prime Minister’s palace that according to the tour guide, based on the feng-shui reading, the area is the highest ground in which the whole city can be viewed, an exact location on where a head of state must be placed.

It’s a worth visiting place that gives a good impression when you visit in this one of the developed countries in Asia. Putrajaya City best represents on how this country seriously works on its development.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - When the smoke goes down

Genting Highlands, Malaysia. One fine foggy morning sitting and sipping coffee as I watch the life passes by.
Got to take my vitaMin, my symptoms really persists!