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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Streets Of Kuala Lumpur.The Japanese HQ And The Residence Of A Mining Tycoon.

The Malaysia Tourism Centre,Jalan Ampang
Hello there,friends and followers to this humble blog.Hope you`re doing well and in the best of health always.This time around my post will be on a lighter note for everyone.As usual,photos and video clips to view and make yourself at home in Malaysia as we practice an openhouse concept for our visitors
Yes,let me take you to this beautiful architecture and a historical site located along Jalan Ampang.Its Malaysia`s gateway of tons of information on the interesting places for you to visit when in the country.The Malaysia Tourism Centre with its beautifully landscaped surrounding is located right in the heart of the capital city.Although many would just ply along the route and took no notice of it,the architecture and its green surroundings is a sight one should learn and appreciate.
The Malaysia Tourism Centre,Jalan Ampang
The Malaysia Tourism Centre
The Courtyard Right In front Of The Main Building
Built in 1935,the main building served as the residence of a wealthy mining and rubber estate tycoon Eu Tong Seng.Typically colonial in architecture,it reflects the era during it was built.Its also the headquarters for the Japanese occupation during the second world war.Lets have a glance through the video clip and see for yourself.Watch the second clip for more details on the services available within the centre.




Handicraft Centre
Handicraft Products At The Centre
Handicraft Products At The Centre
Handicraft Products At The Centre
Handicraft Products At The Centre
The Cocoa Boutique
Thats about it guyz..i hope you enjoyed it and i`ll be back with more soon.THANKS alot for viewing and do enjoy some of the photos i manage to snap away..
Colonial Architecture At The Centre
Colonial Architecture At The Centr
Modern And Colonial Architecture
The Courtyard Overlooking The City
Colonial Architecture At The Centre
The Saloma Bistro Within The Compound Of the Centre



3 comments:

  1. dlm gambar, semuanya nampak cantik....apa2 hal pun aku suka batik......

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  2. Hi Norazam!

    I'm back once again! Thank you for all these pictures. They are all nice! I love the courtyard of the main building and I didn't know Malaysia had this cocoa boutique till I saw it on your post;) Interesting! Would love to check it out one day;)

    Cheers!

    Jorie

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