This pictures were frozen in time in the year 2006.
Some cloud formations in the KL sky vs a reflected image of the photographer aka ME. Hafiz was driving the MPV. We were on our way to the UTM City Campus to collect his belongings at the beginning of his semester hols.Notice the calm and serene blue and white sky of a beautiful city in Malaysia.
The building with a triangle roof is our
HQ of Bumiputra Commerce Bank Ltd. PWTC (Malaysian Putra World Trade Center) .The closest is the Daya Bumi Building Menara Dato'Onn aka UMNO building. that is about 3 orginally housed PETRONAS offices which was the heart of the national revenue.
The Dynasty Hotel and the old Pilgrimage Council Building are still standing tall and prominent from our vehicle. The traffic was scarce when city folks were laboring themselves productively in their offices.
The Cultural Palace's (Istana Budaya) beautiful building is partially hidden by this great poster. Next to it is the Blood Bank with the huge "blood-drop-logo" in front. Stood tall on its side elevation - left is the prominent building owned by a lady owner, Marinara (Marina Tower). Opposite is the Cheriborne Tower.
The famous and tallest building in the world, The PETRONAS Twin Tower that housed the most prominent oil company in Malaysia. The tall KL Tower on the far right entertains diners with a revolving restaurant. The segmented structure in the next picture is a close up of PETRONAS TT.
As we drew nearer, I managed this shot - side elevation of Marinara with a
The sky and this tree was captured while Hafiz was busy packing his belongings in the hostel nearby.
On our was home, I managed to take shots of similar buildings from the opposite direction.The KL Tower stood tall and unique on its own.
Just managed to capture the roofs of the
The unknown Tower from the side elevation. The PETRONAS Twin Towers in the sky.
As we took a sharp bend, the roof on fore view is the Malaysian National Muzeum.
This circular building is called The Mesin Niaga Tower.
I may upload more pictures shot on our way home that day...