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Saturday, May 03, 2014

【KualaLumpur|吉隆坡】Kuala Lumpur City Gallery: Largest Miniature of Dataran Merdeka @ Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 吉隆坡微型独立广场模型

May 3, 2014, Saturday
Was thinking after second floor, there'll be nothing to see already, but obviously not......
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二楼下来后,本以为已经没有了,应该是到手信区了,但其实还没完。。。

They even have the "I love KL" statue like the real one outside the building!!!
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这个还把者这建筑物外的“I love KL”标志给做了出来!!!

 The light of the buildings was keep changing from yellow to purple then purple to yellow......
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而且里面的灯光还是不停的转换颜色。。。
  
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它完全没有玻璃在上面盖着,所以可以让你看得更加的清楚,除了独立广场外,还可以看到China Town和Masjid Jamek,整个的面积是大约1.7平方公里,有着所有建筑,路面,河流和树!!!
  
While the paints on the wall are all of the buildings around and year the year it have!!!
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而墙壁上就是它的平面画像,不一样的东西,有着它何时开始的年份!!!

The exact spot of this is just right in front of the staircase after down from second floor!!!
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大概就是这样,二楼下来就刚刚会看到哦!!!
   

22 comments:

  1. thanks for sharing the miniature picture, it was nice!

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  2. I also like to see all these miniatures, especially those houses in the property fair.... the structures of the condos and the layout area...

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    1. Hahaha, I like that too, during my high school I did do that for my school model!! =]

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  3. 真的蛮值得去的
    我孩子曾跟学校去一日游

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    1. 哦,真的? 那他一定学到很多咯!!! =]

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  4. Where is this? In KL? Why not just go and see the real thing? Ah well...I guess no traffic jam. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Hahaha, KL is always always jamming....can't escape!!!

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  5. I wonder how long they take to do all these miniatures. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Don't know, they never mentioned about how long it takes to finish...

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  6. 很喜欢模型~有机会我要去看看了

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  7. wow, very interesting leh!! i actually like to see all these miniatures especially if they are made into very realistic ratio and included with every details.. this is very awesome, if taken at the correct angle, the whole miniature will look like a real one lor, you agree??

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    1. Yup, I was surprise I didn't do so!! =p probably I was too tired and forget to do so!! Hehe!!

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  8. This is very interesting and I am not even aware of this place. A perfect place for me to bring foreign tourists!
    "I LOVE KL" not anymore with the GST, crime rates and politicians who are like circus performers! So sien laaaaaaa.

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    1. Hahaha...I never love it...bet no one except it's a country without any natural disaster, but even like that...there still be able to have whole in the middle of road!!! =.=!!

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    1. You should go, maybe during weekend something...

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