Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Petronas Twin Towers at KLCC

*Our home called Kuantan* has been out of posting for the last few days while we have been on holiday in Kuala Lumpur (KL).

One cannot visit KL without going to Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). And the heartbeat of KLCC is the quite majestic Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest such buildings in the world. (There are higher single towers, but these twin towers are the top of their class).



The Petronas Twin Towers are huge. It's only when you stand right beside them or view them from higher ground that you realise just how much they dwarf everything else in sight.



I always stand in awe of these marvellous towers, the symbol of Malaysia and KL. Just as they cause us to look upwards, they symbolise the future growth and potential of Malaysia. It also reminds us that we look upwards to a higher Being for our guidance and help.





The Petronas Twin Towers is an incredible structure and marvel of engineering.





Here they are viewed from a construction site:



This is a view inside Suria KLCC, a shopping mall beneath the Petronas Twin Towers




The Twin Towers from the back. Suria KLCC shopping mall stands below the wonderful structure.


This is what you call 'a room with a view'


Yes, this is the condo unit of my friend's place at KLCC, with the most perfect view you could want. The following pictures are taken from the 18th floor of this condo.


The raindrops on the window provided the perfect foreground to the KL skyline dominated by the Petronas Twin Towers in the background.


I could take photos of these magnificent towers all day . . . 


They look even prettier as night sets in . . . 






This final picture was taken at another friend's house, nearby Jalan Ampang. Look at the beams of light shooting into the night sky from the tips of the Petronas Twin Towers. To the left of the picture is the KL Tower.





26 comments:

  1. Too bad we didn't spend too much time looking around Suria KLCC. Lovely pictures though honey! Good job.

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  2. Great perspective on some of these photos dunc! Love the raindrops too.

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  3. What an amazing building I am not surprised you enjoy taking photos of it!

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  4. Fidelia, we were just way too tired to spend any longer there, after trekking all the way to the aquaria and back!

    Rachel, my dear sister, so good to see you contributing to my blog! I really like that raindrops picture as well. In fact, that's the one picture so far I've printed out for my journal :) Thanks for coming over!

    Linda, thanks, it is a fabulous building indeed!

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  5. wow so modern and wonderful city!
    Impressive pictures, very well captured.The tower is huge!Outstanding images!
    Léia

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  6. Your photos are wonderful and the towers are magnificent. I hope you enjoyed your holiday. Blessings...Mary

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  7. It is hard to find words to adequately describe that beautiful structure. Loved all your pictures.
    Odie

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  8. A second thought Duncan, if memory serves me I think I saw where a robbery was done there in an action movie.

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  9. Wow! Wonderful pictures with a perfect light in the capture of these beautiful towers. The prospects are truly spectacular, I like them all day and night. Greetings.

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  10. Hej Duncan
    Så kul att din lilla dotter gillar mina bilder.
    Jag måste säga att jag är helt såld på dina bilder idag Vilka underbara torn.
    Du har fotat så bra ifrån alla håll och kanter. Underbara perspektivblder.
    Snyggt Duncan.
    Kramizzzzzz

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  11. What stunning photos today. Those towers are absolutely awesome, and, as you say, what a feat of engineering to actually build them. Hope you had a lovely time on holiday in K.L.

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  12. Wonderful photos of the towers,day and night, Duncan! The raindrops realy are awesome in that photo, adding a bit of mistery.

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  13. Hi Leia, thanks and yes it is huge!

    Hi Mary, nice to hear from you again, we had a good holiday in Kuala Lumpur!

    Odie, you are right, the movie is called "Entrapment".

    Thank you so much Leovi :)

    Lotta, yes my daughter liked your pictures! Thanks for coming over, I enjoyed taking these pictures!

    Hi Diane, thanks for your appreciation of the photos. Those towers are amazing! We had a lovely trip :)

    Yes Traveling Hawk, it is mysterious and different isn't it? Thank you!

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  14. Really stunning pictures of the iconic twin towers, Duncan. You have done justice to them. Hope you had a wonderful time in KL.

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  15. Super pictures of the twin towers Duncan. I long to go back to KL one day. They are beautiful from every angle and you captured those angles so well.

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  16. These towers are amazing. I love it all lit up at night.

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  17. Thanks Mum, ordinary malaysian and Randy. We had a lovely time :)

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  18. Hello Duncan

    compliments for this very nice serie ..... i like them so very much......your blog is oké.

    Greetings, Joop

    thanks for your comments, answer on your question is....that yellow rose picture is made in my garden.

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  19. Exquisite photographs of magnificent skyscrapers here. What a gleaming modern city it is.
    Thank You.

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  20. Wow! Duncan you are such a gifted photographer! I am in need of lessons from you and a new camera!

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  21. Jen, thanks so much, maybe photography can be a subject of discussion next time we meet.

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  22. Wow! Duncan, your pictures are amazing. Those towers are awesome.

    There is nothing in Leicester to rival them. ;-)

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    1. Thanks so much Maria! No, there is nothing in Leicester like them. They stand at an incredible 451.9 metres. We went on the bridge a long time ago at rhe 41st and 42nd floors and you can just see everywhere!

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  23. Hi I found your link on Facebook by my friend Diane , who posted what is through your window ;-) .. I am going to follow you in Google reader.. My husband loves KL , i have yet to go.. bye for now Anne

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    1. Hi Anne, good to meet you and thanks for following along!

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