Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Spotted in Kuala Lumpur

I'm currently plotting a plan to conquer the world, so I can't say much.. but I figured this picture might be able to say the thousand words pictures are supposedly supposed to say...


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Note: Picture was taken while walking along the streets of KL.

10 comments:

  1. Plotting to conquer the world? And there I was aiming to be supreme ruler of the world by early next year ... LOL!

    I've seen a few building with trees on them but never seen one with a palm tree before though.

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  2. Sree: I think so too... but I can't see why they have been put up there though, a secret rooftop fake beach, perhaps. Just something I'm curious about... :)

    Nick: Hahaha... I'll race you the finish line. :)

    I've only seen buildings with creepers (grown, definitely... not natural) hanging down their sides... adds a lovely tinge of green to the surroundings, but never seen actual trees (fake or otherwise)on top of buildings before.

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  3. With what appears to be STEPS to said palm trees. STEPS!

    Madness.

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  4. If they are real, they may be part of a growing movement to have greenscapes on city rooftops for environmental reasons.

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  5. Orhan: Nooooo... they're not steps. Malaysian buildings tend to be asymmetrical. Don't ask me why. :)

    SAW:Real ones would be nice... I shall keep a lookout for others :)

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  6. to go with the swimming pool I suppose :P

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  7. That's a very nice touch with the trees.

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  8. If you have noticed ( especially in the Golden Triangle area ) , quite a number of rooftop buildings /foyers do have plants ( & trees ) on the top of the building . & many at that too .....

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  9. TT: Haha... I suppose

    Ricardo: I guess... It's sad when it's fake though...

    Unicorn Girl: I've seen he types that hang from the balconies and stuff... besides, I don't frequent the Golden Triangle so I might not have noticed

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