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All reviews masjid jamek beautiful masjid beautiful at night central market sultan abdul samad building petaling street worth a visit mist project klang confluence muddy benches jamaa fountain gompa dusk
This is one of the most disappointing attractions in KL. Most write ups make it sound really something not to miss. But what they all fail to tell you is that if their is no water, then is an entire non event! Really disappointing after...More
Beautiful at night but very poor signage and information. From the gorgeous Bangunan Abdul Samad building at Dataran Merdeka , dont miss the wooden pathway (river on left with the koi pond and colonial buildings on right) beside the bridge that brings you to the...More
Went there today after reading the mostly positive reviews but was not impressed. The mosque was beautiful but the lights and fogging/misting along the river did nothing to attract any attention. Not sure if there is music or anything later but I was there from...More
We walked over the bridge next to Masjid Jamek and took many pictures on one side of the river. Several beautiful buildings line this part of the city. Jets of water and mist are thrown out into the river at intervals. At night the view...More
Alhamdulillah and MasyaAllah it was beautiful masjid indeed. I thought it was Madinah mosque due to it umbrella shape do look alike. Beside of it is river of life. Nothing much. No water fountain and light show. Maybe not our luck.
I saw an article about KL River of Life is considered as one of the best waterfront in the world. I have to say that it is accurate. You can have a walk starting from Merdeka Square to Central Market though the riverside. Night walk...More
"River of Life"
Where two waters meet
The Gombak and the Klang
Begins the drain
They’ve called the River of Life
Drain-river brown of mud and filth
Comfortably one with city air
Essence not bound by concrete banks
And the forest earth that runs her...More