A Chinese family sitting down for dinner

This was taken in the Chinese area of Malacca along the southern coast of Malaysia. All of the buildings in these streets are lit up with red lights as night falls and families gather for dinner.
A Chinese Family at Dinner

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The Electric Red High-Backed Chairs where I Eat Breakfast in Kuala Lumpur

This is the top floor of the Hilton in Kuala Lumpur.

The club floor lounge area has all this really cool furniture and decor. They serve breakfast in the morning and drinks in the evening. The view is amazing too (as you can tell)!

Hiltons in Asia are typically 100x nicer than most others for some reason. Why this is, I have no idea.

The Electric Red High-Backed Chairs where I Eat Breakfast in Kuala Lumpur

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The Burial

This was one of the most intricate burial sites on a remote hill outside of Kuala Lumpur. Janus and I stopped there on the taxi ride down to Malacca for some exploration and photography. You can look at the large version of this to see all the details of this single family’s grave.

The Burial

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Entering the Kuala Lumpur International Airport

Here is what greets me and several close friends many times a year upon entry into Malaysia.

Entering the Kuala Lumpur International Airport

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Thanks at the Buddhist Temple

While walking around the city of Melaka on Saturday afternoon, I was getting lost on purpose through the back streets. I came across a Buddhist sanctuary and temple. As I came around the outer wall, I found this old guy meditating and begging. I gave him a few Malaysian Ringits and he said thank you while I took this quick shot.

He didn’t speak any English but continued to give thanks and bow to me while sitting calmly.

Thanks at the Buddhist Temple

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