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Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market, Petaling Street and Dataran Merdeka with Xiu Xin

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  1. sirei/rei says:

    what??? it’s a waste that u didn’t visit the art galleries there 🙁
    oh ya, there’s a lomo shop at there too call photocrafts i think

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  2. nsanyi23 says:

    Thank you very much for putting this site. I’ve been trying to create a small personal blog recently with photos and stories from my trips. I found some articles about it at the following site about free bets. My brother also helped a lot with wordpress and stuff. But the most inspiration came from your web-site. Hopefully I will be through with installing it soon and will be able to share some great experience with you! With the best regards.

  3. Anon says:

    you dont have good sense of space and architectural knowledge. and you speak rubbish. thats the fact

    1. Yaya, I just start studying Interior Design. Still trying to learn. =)

  4. Kitaku says:

    The more I read you blog. the more I think that youre not an educated Malaysia. I read tons of blogs before I came to your country. and I find that yours are the worst. Malaysian should feel shame on your writing. such uneducated writings. I flew more than 20k kilometers and I could write way better blog.

    you know why? because our generations are more educated than yours. we read!

    -Nihon-

  5. metaphor says:

    why do people have to be rude.. if you don’t like the content, then don’t read it… it seems the author is more focused on describing the experience itself rather than giving any architectural or space info… those info can be found in other websites, even books and mags… why can’t we respect his work, it is not compulsory that we read this anyway..

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