Photos of Kuala Lumpur
by Sanaa Rizvi
Kuala Lumpur City Center
and the Dancing Fountain
Kuala Lumpur City Center
and another view of the Dancing Fountain
|Kuala Lumpur City Center|
Bukit Bintang – which is one of the most famous
shopping streets in Malaysia. With more than
five shopping malls within feet of each other,
this is the IT place for shopping and dining in KL.
Pavilion Mall at Bukit Bintang
Nasi Lemak.. a Malay fragrant rice dish
cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf.
Hello, everybody. Look at these wonderful photos by Sanaa of her new home, Kuala Lumpur, where she moved recently. Many thanks, Sanaa, for sharing them with us.
I'm standing in for Mary today, as she's extra busy just at present. (Don't worry, she's fine; just otherwise occupied.) I hope you've been enjoying the week at Poets United. Thank you for all the great responses to my latest 'Moonlight Musing' on the dreaded writer's block and how to deal with it. I love getting your input! (If anyone missed it, you're not too late – just scroll down.)
And don't forget to come back on Monday – tomorrow! – for Sherry's interview. As you know, she's a great interviewer and her features are always a treat. This time it's particularly exciting. Believe me, you won't want to miss it! A very popular poet who hasn't been around for a while comes back to share with us an absorbing journey, a great and beautiful adventure. Can you guess?
Lovely photos Sanaa, a very happy Sunday to you all :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Sumana, so glad you liked them :DDelete
My internet access may be a bit limited for the next few days, so if I don't read everyone's poems immediately I will when I can, promise! Meanwhile I'm sharing a recent piece that not many of you happened to see.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to reading :)Delete
Sanaa's first picture of Dancing Fountain is so pretty. They are all fantastic, but that one is just enthralling.ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday, everyone.
Thanks Magaly :D Happy Sunday to you too :DDelete
So nice to see photos from where other poets live, looks like vibrant place. Thanks for sharing them with us Sanaa.ReplyDelete
You're most welcome, Julian :DDelete
I am so glad you guys liked the pictures :D hope you are having a wonderful day so far, sharing my poem 'Your Scent.' Thank you for hosting us Rosemary :D
Lots of love,
Sanaa these are wonderful pictures...so excited for you! Just popping in to say hi. I won't be linking in today as we traveling for a wedding this weekend. But I will be linking in midweek! Looking forward to catching up with everyone then! Have a great rest of the weekend.ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping in Donna :D so glad you liked the pictures. Have a safe trip and enjoy the wedding. See you soon! xoDelete
Lovely Pictures Sanaa, looks like you're settling in nicely and... eating well :) that Nasi Lemak looks delicious.ReplyDelete
I'm on the road today so will see every one this evening or in the morning. A beautiful day to all.
Thank you :D glad you liked them and yes settling in nice and slow. See you soon :DDelete
5 malls all together. oy. i imagine my wallet getting lighter - can we not tell my wife about this place. ha. lovely look in on your city - and , mmm...lunch looks good. i def appreciate trying new foods no matter where i end up.ReplyDelete
not linking but drifting through to see a few friends.
Haha I know right :D its crazy how many stores are there in Bukit Bintang. Happy you stopped by, Brian :)Delete
Hi folks, a good day to all!ReplyDelete
just back from a long bike ride, will go reading a bit later. :)
Sanaa, thanks for sharing the photos! ah, nasi lemak, a firm favourite in Malaysia and Singapore. even us Chinese have gotten into the act of cooking it. :)
Thanks for stopping by :DDelete
Hello All, I hope everyone is enjoying their day.ReplyDelete
Sanaa - thanks for sharing your photos. The city looks lovely lit up.
Thank you :D so glad you liked them.Delete
I need a dancing fountain!ReplyDelete
Yeah awesome aren't they :DDelete
Good morning! So evocative dancing fountain... Thank you, Sanaa for sharing! Great Sun day to all!ReplyDelete
Glad you liked them :D Happy Sunday :DDelete
such a vibrant colourful place Sanaa - like your poetry. Just catching up with the pantry today as have been baking but managed a poem too in the end.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much :D glad you liked them.Delete
Wow! Sanaa, what an exciting place to live, you will have fun exploring. Thanks for the wonderful peek, it looks like a fascinating place. It is a beautiful summer morning here on the west coast of Canada. Hope you all have a wonderful day! Thanks, Rosemary, for hosting!ReplyDelete
Thanks Sherry :D its truly amazing here.Delete
I'm so glad to see you, happy Sunday :D
Sanaa, may your move bring you more joy and expand your beautiful horizons. It looks like such a cosmopolitan place. Nice for young people like you.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting today Rosemary. I've been gone a little while - babysitting, which leaves me no energy to think or write. But, nice to be back today.
I don't know why i can't get to your blog Myrna...it's saying you don't have permission to view this page :(Delete
Thank you so much Myrna :D so nice to see you.Delete
the photos are wonderful! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
You're most welcome :DDelete
Happy Sunday all, i have emancipated myself from my Dell computer, more than 10 years old and is now working with my new Acer. feeling good about that.ReplyDelete
Enjoying Sanaa lights. Oh! and on my menu today is Pealu, a rice dish with meat of one's choice [mine is chicken] and pigeon peas cooked in coconut milk
Wow :D sounds delicious :D good to see you Gillena :DDelete
I made a mistake in my post entry on Mr. Linky. The first "Myrna" entry is wrong and I don't know how to delete it.ReplyDelete
Rosemary can you delete it? I asked Sherry but she has not responded yet. I thank you in advance for you help. Really, thanks so much!
Hi Myrna. Sorry, I can't. Will have to wait for Mary to notice. Meanwhile people will see and use your second (correct) link and figure it out.Delete
Great pics Saana. Check out Penang. Stayed at Batu Ferringhi....Really nice area.ReplyDelete