wakakakaka!! comparing the two rivers at this hour?? you must have been so sick with the Klang River.. terjatuh dalam sungai tu ke?? :D
You also still not asleep yet? "Studying" kah? ;)
aiyoh, cannot compare lah.. ours is water from a muddy land, the japanese one is water from the mountain.. not fair to compare like that lah..
Well, it's too show the origin of the name Kuala Lumpur mah.... all berlumpur since Yap Ah Loy time. kekeke
somemore the photos also biased lah.. the one with japanese river so clear and sharp and vivid, the one with klang river so blur and dull and dark.. sure very obvious which one is better lah~~ :D
Kekeke... The Tokyo one taken with a compact camera (Japan brand no less)The KL one taken with a RM400 handphone, Finnish brand. LOL
eih, still that RM400 phone?? when are you getting your RM2000 iPhone?? :p
LOLWait la... 2012 budget yet to be approved. xD
Can't wait! But am very much apprehensive and nervous too - first time in a non-Engrish speaking country!
Nothing to worry lah Jamie. It's easier than you think to navigate yourself around Japan. Great customer service helps to bridge that language barrier too.Have fun in Japan! :)
wow..river in Japan is so cool..
Sure better than the ones we have here!
They are like heaven and earth but oh well, Kuala Lumpur has to live up to her name, hasn't she?Some rivers here do have waters looking like teh tarik esp when they are flowing down from laterite hills. Don't you think?
I wonder when our rivers would look blue or green instead of brown? :(
You should see our Pasig river. Not only muddy but all sorts of trash and stuff floating in it. REally toxic!
Same thing happen here. Some people just throw everything and anything into the river. :(
LOL! Memang Kuala Lumpur have had muddy rivers since forever kan? But people still go fishing in the rivers, eeek!
Yeah, I saw them almost daily when we drive past this river. I guess some people don't care what those fishes ate? @.@
Malaysia Boleh! LOL!