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fran91
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Joined: November 12th, 2008, 7:50 pm

April 12th, 2012, 4:16 pm #1

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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dsiewmy
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April 12th, 2012, 4:23 pm #2

i'm glad to have met you and it was a good experience.
unfortunately i couldn't see you more as i had some issues at home, i hope to see you in the future if u ever drop by again
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fran91
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April 12th, 2012, 4:28 pm #3

terima kasih Derek.
it was great to meet you.
We will meet again i m sure.
Paris isn't far!!

Cheers buddy.


Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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VolkerWiegmann
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 6:20 am

April 12th, 2012, 4:31 pm #4

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


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fran91
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April 12th, 2012, 4:35 pm #5



Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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paneristi-europe
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Joined: April 19th, 2010, 6:00 am

April 12th, 2012, 4:57 pm #6

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Very beautiful images and as always, a perfect report.

Thanks for sharing fran.
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JZ365
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Joined: September 9th, 2009, 11:51 pm

April 12th, 2012, 4:58 pm #7

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Thank you so much for taking us along


"Power Up"

Cheers
Jose


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April 12th, 2012, 5:02 pm #8

Very beautiful images and as always, a perfect report.

Thanks for sharing fran.
for you nice words.
Terima kasih my friend.
the pleasure is mine.

Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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April 12th, 2012, 5:04 pm #9

Thank you so much for taking us along


"Power Up"

Cheers
Jose



Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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April 12th, 2012, 5:04 pm #10

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
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few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


thanks for taking us along on the ride. What a wonderful journey.

Cheers,
Lou - SoCal


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shella10
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shella10
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Joined: October 13th, 2008, 9:15 pm

April 12th, 2012, 5:10 pm #11

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Especially the food shots coz I love food! Isn't it great that because of this community we always have friends anywhere we go? Fantastic!

Thanks for sharing!

Shella

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etilekab
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etilekab
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Joined: February 19th, 2009, 10:36 am

April 12th, 2012, 5:18 pm #12

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


I thought you'd stayed over there my friend

Thank you for your report, great pics and ... foods !!

A très bientôt

jean-marc

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murphtyper
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Joined: March 9th, 2011, 9:57 pm

April 12th, 2012, 5:18 pm #13

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Felt like I was there with you, thanks for taking the time to put all that together.
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Joined: January 8th, 2008, 4:25 pm

April 12th, 2012, 5:25 pm #14

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


You and Rob have been battling for the position as Michael M.'s favorite posters - BIG THANKS! Looks like a great trip - thanks for taking me along.

Michael M.


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April 12th, 2012, 5:28 pm #15

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Always enjoy your reports Fran

Brian H
Copenhagen

"Vintage is the new 47mm"

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April 12th, 2012, 5:38 pm #16

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


Amazing pics, as always!! Love that you never forget to include some "street art".

Those last few pics of the tower are amazing.

Thanks for sharing, Fran!!

Be Well,
Joe

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Joined: August 10th, 2011, 10:47 am

April 12th, 2012, 5:51 pm #17

Welcome to the Massive Post.
You will find in it, what makes this country special.
A mix, an "equilibre" of Chinese, Malay, Indian communities.
Malaysia is a melting pot of ethnies, religions, cultures.
While there are "borders" between these communities, still, Malaysians
found a way to live together.
I also tryed during this trip to take pictures of the things i like.
So Martial arts, Street arts, food...are a part of it.

Also, i would like to dedicate this post to :
Derek from KL
Khee from Penang
Nick L from KL
Leonard aka Gloomis from KL

These Malaysian Paneristi provided an awesome welcome and support.
It was fantastic to meet them.

Terima Kasih from the heart my friends.

Let's get started!

For a massive post...it is easy to find a song.instrumental version, with bass part enhanced.
<object width="420" height="315"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="420" height="315"></embed></object>

few facts about Malaysia,
N° 1 country in the world for Palm oil.

In Malaysia they love small cars...

and modern phones!

first city after Singapour was Melaka :


Rickshaw are very popular here.




Bodybuilding is also popular in Melaka!

and street art!



don't believe this pic, in Melaka people solve their problems peacefully.
pic taken in the Melaka museum.

the Kriss, a type of Malay knife worldknown.

in the streets of Melaka...

Chinese medecine!



hene tattoo.

the Melaka warrior! this one is for Dan.


time to head to KL!!

-from the Menara Tower-
the Menara tower.more than 400 meters (421meters)



Aquaria in KL




check that NINE!!!!!

a sand tiger shark


some carpe koi love!


and other animals...
An albino lavander reticulated python

this pic makes you want to open the cage.

what we did...for a cool GTG

i won't open this box.

talking about fishes...
me vs. 500 Gara Rufa

yeah it does tickle at the beginning as would say this german woman!

let's have a little break!
this chili is called: "Chili Padi" no joke.
it can transform you into Dragon.
have a bite...you will blow flames!

Before some martial art in Central M...let me have an hair cut!

9 pm...Central Market...the Silambam team of KL.
Silambam is a martial Art from South India, Tamil Nadu.
very close to Arnis from Philippines.
they also use bamboo sticks.















Kl early morning...

time to meet the local risti from KL at KLCC

Derek,

Leonard (Gloomis)

also NickL was with us.
some pics of our little GTG.
MN love!




After the GTG, Nick brought us to a special place in KL...
for surely...something familiar for many of you!
these pics are dedicated to Eng. a Malaysian dude in the US of A.




yep, it's in KL! it's pretty big i would say.

Terimah Kasih Nick!!
Ok, 1 night in KL then...

we hit the road to Penang, (we will be back in KL)
first day in Penang,
check that school...and protestant cemetary from 1789! Magic year for any frenchies.
also the cemetary was copied for the game "Gears of war"...


when mother Nature strikes back!




time to head for the biggest Buddhist temple in South Asia.
kek lok si!



turtles are the keepers of the Temple






the wishing ribbons,

with Karine we picked up one.





the praying room.




this statue is about 35meters!

In Penang, we met Khee.
it was a real pleasure, we discovered with him the Baba and Nonya food.




Khee giving us the "must try" food in Penang!


In the restaurant, Analkin Skywalker came to say hello to the Paneristi!

it was great to meet you Khee!

random shots in Penang!




the Nikon Team...couldn't join, i m a Sony guy!









an old man cutting water chestnuts.
uncredible hands...

this Man was really cool. told us : welcome to Malaysia, where do you come from? can i take a picture of you?
so i asked the same.


food paradise at Gurney.


this is Tomyan dry noodle

a dessert. thank u Christine!!



this is the Famous Cendol! with bean vermicelles!



the famous Ais Kacang. pronounced : Ice Katchang!


Before leaving Penang, a visit to a Baba nonya house.


an opium bed...

the O. pipes

baba nonya were very wealthy...it's pure Gold!

we are back to KL,
Leonard -Gloomis- was fantastic to find us a great Hotel for our last 2 nights in KL, Berjaya TS Rocks!
Check this pool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


He also brought us to the KL court,




He also made us discover the Batu caves!


it reminds me the movie...The descent...

indeed, we got lost.


with spider,

centipede

and bats.

Batu caves were formed 450 millions years ago.
so they belong to the Primary era, Ordovicien period.
we found our way back to the temple inside one of the cave.

time for street art in KL!






And also a last martial Art session.
Shaolin Kung fu! by a KL team.









Back with Leonard for the greatest Chinese food i ever had in my lifetime!
Terima kasih, because we wouldn't have found the places where you brought us.




time to shoot final pictures.
-i think it is the moment when the idea of submersibles stroke Leonard spirit!-


we ended up at a special mall...

yeah...you know...12 years without a CJ...Thanks Gloomis!!!!!!!!!!!!

in the mall...the Ice match...i mean sleepy watch!

time to go home...Terima kasih Leonard for the ride to the Airport!


will finish with some KLCC tower love...






well this is it.
you made it.
It was a journey full of colors, and with meeting great people it is even better!

If you have a chance, visit Malaysia, the country is great,
and the risti over there are uncredible.

Hope you enjoy. -hope it wasn't too long-
Cheers everyone.













Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.


and i think this will be on my list to visit.
Great pic's and tx for sharing Fran.
Paris isn't far indeed. I will let you know if i visit it again

Cheers
//David
Belgium
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April 12th, 2012, 5:56 pm #18

thanks for taking us along on the ride. What a wonderful journey.

Cheers,
Lou - SoCal

Cheers from France!


Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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April 12th, 2012, 5:57 pm #19

Especially the food shots coz I love food! Isn't it great that because of this community we always have friends anywhere we go? Fantastic!

Thanks for sharing!

Shella

if you like food,
you have to go to Penang.
Amazing place for food lovers.

indeed, we have France, even on the other side of the planet!

Cheers Shella.
See ya in London.

Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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April 12th, 2012, 5:58 pm #20

I thought you'd stayed over there my friend

Thank you for your report, great pics and ... foods !!

A très bientôt

jean-marc

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Don't worry, be happy ....
I will be in Rome for the GTG this week-end!!


but i see you soon my friend.
Merci for the nice words.




Vulnerant Omnes, Ultima Necat.



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