Another set of captures aside from those previously featured in travelogues about Malaysia.
(This is one of my most favorite snapshots in Malaysia. I liked the candidness of the monkey’s contemplation of the sunset.)
My visit to Kuala Selangor tops it all — because of the fireflies experience. The lone encounter which I never had any photo, but will eternally be painted in my memory.
Related posts: [The monkeys and fireflies of Kuala Selangor] [Putrajaya] [Malacca at a glimpse] [A Famosa and Saint Paul Church] [Taman Rama-Rama and its tortoises] [Mini Malaysia] [Bukit Bintang] [Pasalubong from Malaysia] [Petronas Towers] [Executive Bus]
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I like all your photos, and yes, especially the last one!
beautiful experience. maganda nga yung last pic.
i love your pics,as well as what you said about your firefly experience, that you weren’t able to get any pic but it will forever be in your heart. sometimes, its better that way. 🙂
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nice pics. Malaysia doesn’t look crowded and overpopulated like Pinas. It’s got the looks of a progressive country.
Like its other developing neighboring countries, Malaysia is zooming fast to becoming a First World country. Napag-iwanan na ang Pilipinas 😦
We used to live in one of those buildings in your third photo. Gosh, I am missing KL badly now.
P.S.Love the photos as usual.