Friday, June 21, 2013

Views of Kuantan taken from The Zenith Hotel




Kuantan is a small town on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It has been my home for 7 years. Following is a series of photos of my adopted hometown, most of them taken from the very top of The Zenith Hotel.


East Coast Mall describes itself as 'the most happening place' in Kuantan, which at least holds true from Fridays to Sundays when people from the northern state of Terengganu come down to Kuantan for the weekend. The heavily Muslim state of Terengganu hold their weekend on Friday and Saturday. East Coast Mall is here visible from the gym at The Zenith Hotel


As it looks over Kuantan, The Zenith Hotel illuminates in colours of purple, red, green and blue every night


A closer view of the Jalan Dato Lim Hoe Lek/Jalan Bukit Sekilau junction. To the left lies Putra Square and East Coast Mall; straight ahead sits the newly refurbished Darul Makmur Stadium

The stairs from the lobby to the First Floor at The Zenith Hotel light up in a brilliant blue when the sun goes down


Kuantan looks like a burning heap of night lights as the moon hangs high above

View from our 22nd floor room at The Zenith Hotel


Aerial view of part of Bukit Sekilau. The purple and yellow building to the left is the UiTM campus, while the gold dome and blue roof of the Bukit Sekilau mosque is visible in the background. Behind the mosque lies SK Bukit Sekilau. The open ground at the front left is being prepared for a Ramadan Bazaar. The Muslim fasting month begins on 10th July


Menara Zenith towers over Putra Square below. The white building in the distance is Vistana Hotel. Beyond that to the right, just out of the picture, is Teluk Chempedak beach


Jalan Haji Ahmad runs to the left behind The Zenith Hotel. Straight ahead is the residential area of Taman Galing


8 comments:

  1. Wonderful pictures, very beautiful colors in this spectacular evening with a light exquisite view!

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  2. Love those photos but it doesn't look a bit like how I imagine Laos to look ;-) (I know you don't live in Laos but I'm referring back to your comment on my blog!)

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  3. Beautiful not shots - love the lights!

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  4. These are fabulous photos, Duncan. You have the eye of a professional. I hope all is well. Blessings...Mary

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  5. Nice views. I like the neon.

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  6. What a wonderfully high vantage point for your photos! I particularly like the shot of all the tiled roofs with a view of the area.

    Bises,
    Genie

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  7. Beautiful night shots from up there.

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