For anyone who enjoys sightseeing, Kuala Lumpur gloriously redefines the experience. Amidst the towering clusters of skyscrapers in the busy city streets are many a remnants of Malaysia's past, wrapped in history and seeping with mysterious legend.
Sun setting behind the temple
The ornate Kuala Lumpur Sri Maha Sakthi Mohambigai Amman Temple grandly stands neighbouring one of the largest malls in Kuala Lumpur. For over a century, this enchantingly blessed temple has stood, right in the heart of the Mid Valley City, conveniently providing easy access to visitors. It is indeed, an awe-inspiring sight against the amazing background of the setting sun and during traditional Indian celebrations when it is grandly decorated. The temple provides intriguing monuments within its premises, in addition to the two commanding statues of deities at its entrance.
Buddha meditating under a tree
Safely protected within the temple boundaries is a great Bodhi tree beneath which lies a statue of a meditating Buddha. Several other statuettes of Hindu sculptures are incorporated in the grounds adding an authentically vibrant touch.
Its magnificent architectural styles draw tourists and devotees alike to the sacred grounds amidst the pleasant aroma of incense sticks that are seen scattered around. Asian festivities and their religious monuments that are scattered across the region are renowned for their remarkable architectural designs and intriguing shapes that create a uniquely authentic atmosphere seamlessly blending with years of legend and history.
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