Kuala Lumpur, December 2006 Day 3

December 25, 2006 10:48 PM

Yesterday – day 3. Went out with my cousin Kelvin for lunch and drinks around the Bintang Walk area. We caught up about his life since he moved back to KL from Perth a year ago, the IT job market and naturally, women. This is Lecka Lecka by day.

Lecka Lecka, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

lecka-lecka lecka-lecka-kelvin

Went home for dinner around 7pm. After dinner we freshened up to get ready to go out for the Mambo Jambo night / Christmas Eve party at Zouk KL where we were meeting some of my aunty Cass’ friends. The Petronas Twin Towers is on the way there, and it’s always awe-inspiring to see it up close.


I’ve taken shots similar to these two below but it’s such nice surroundings.



Mambo Jambo night is where they play retro music along with current ones. The DJ on the night was excellent – the mixing flowing seamlessly through songs from different eras. In fact, I wished they had something similar in Perth, on a regular basis in a big club like Metro Perth. The annual ones organised by the Singaporean Students’ Union don’t count. 😉

We had lots of drinks and all of us danced our heads off. I will let the photos do the talking for the rest of this post.

zouk-kl-bar zouk-kl-walkway
zouk-kl-drinks2 zouk-moet
zouk-kl-interior2 zouk-kl-interior1
melissa-laili-cass zouk-manager-laili-cass

And here’s a bonus for you: an 8-minute highlight clip of the night, including a segment with hot chicks on a podium. Get to it! :mrgreen:

[tags]Zouk KL, Malaysia, clubbing, drinks[/tags]

4 thoughts on “Kuala Lumpur, December 2006 Day 3

  1. fatmermaid

    hey nice pics! i was wondering what camera you use? i never seem to get really clear night shots. i’ve been following your blog for awhile now and would just like to say i enjoy reading your posts!

  2. mooiness Post author

    mn: erm because I’m not wired that way. Heheh.

    fatmermaid: thanks for the compliment! The camera I use is Fujifilm Finepix E500 – clunky compared to many other cameras but it’s long battery life is useful when I’m out for the whole night.

    Use ISO 400 for indoor and night time shots, and have a steady grip, for example by sticking your elbows to your sides. And I usually don’t use flash because it may drown out the colours which I love.

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