Moments | Wedding Planner Malaysia



Evelyn and her team from Moments can be the best decision of your wedding. They are very understanding when it comes to couple's budget and requirements, accommodating and willing to work with you to achieve the desired results even if it requires extra effort. If you are looking for a wedding planner, try checking them out. I fell in love in their ideas to make the wedding event more interactive and fun. The styling is very nice, modern, the colors and arrangement blend in together so well. Very creative thematic setup as well.

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A New Chapter in Life begins at the Passion Road


Packages 2017: from RM130+ per pax | Capacity: 300 pax | I would describe it as a modern private wedding venue. Passion Road offers wedding packages with Asian or Western menu. The food received very good comments, taste wise. Everyone loves the delicious mushroom soup, assam laksa and brownies. However the set menu food portion may be too small. If your relatives are comfortable with western or fusion food, this will be a perfect choice.

Alternatively go for the buffet where there will be plenty of food. The only problem is your guests may have to queue up for a long time if the group is big. With everyone walking around, it can be a little messy. Try not to max out the space.
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Love Birds Trail Petaling Street


Petaling Street is a popular tourist destination because of the various merchandise and food options this flea market offers. My ex-colleague from the Netherlands once told me he could get a reasonably priced  suit with acceptable quality from a local tailor here. I visited Petaling Street mostly for food; the Kim Lian Kee Hokkien Mee, Air Mata Kucing, Ikan Panggang (grilled fish) Portugis (junction of Jalan Petaling and Jalan Hang Lekir). New cafes/ coffee places are mushrooming this area in recent years due to the popular trend of sipping a cuppa coffee in a comfortable air-conditioned nicely decorated shop which is something I truly enjoy as well.

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Hindu Wedding Malaysia - Checklist and Traditional Process

Many different wedding rituals and traditions are practiced in India. In Malaysia, the Hindus carry out the wedding ceremony according to their respective subcontinent in India. However some of these cultures have overlapped through time. Indian weddings are very vibrant, with extensive use of accessories, bright colors, and specific details in place.

Usually the priest would officiate the Hindu wedding ceremony. He holds a curtain between the bride and the groom and chants songs. The guests shower rice and other grains over the couple to bless them with a prosperous married life. As rice is thought to ward off demons, it is poured into the wedding fire. After the curtain is removed the bride's father would give her to the groom. He takes his daughter’s hand and places it on the groom’s. The bride applies sandalwood paste to the grooms forehead, the groom then applies a red mark on the bride's forehead. 

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The groom applies a red mark on the bride's forehead

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The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur | KL Sentral

Capacity: 1050 pax | Recently opened in May 2016, the new and luxurious St. Regis Kuala Lumpur, part of the Starwood Hotels & Resorts chain, with a view of the Lake Gardens KL, is one of those exceptionally high end hotels which offers butler service.  The hotel's pillarless Grand Ballroom is also one-of-a-kind; stone-paneled walls, it has more crystals than any other ballroom in the world, thanks to Austrian crystal chandeliers and Viennese crystal accents. There is a 270° LED digital screen, which can be used as a custom backdrop or for a live stream of the happenings in the ballroom.


For weddings, St. Regis has special lounge and dressing room in The Salon, for wardrobe changes and prep before entering the ballroom. There is a super-sized lift that can transport cars and other big items into the ballroom. The smaller ballroom, The Astor Room offers a space for more intimate weddings of up to 360 guests.

The wedding menu options include Chinese, Western, and Malay cuisines, fully customizable to the special couple’s desires. Trained chef de patisserie is on hand to create bespoke wedding cakes.
The list of bespoke wedding arrangements include:
  • Wedding Butler Service for the bride and groom on their special day.
  • Digital signage in public areas personalized to the wedding.
  • Personalized table arrangements and settings via The Gallery’s vast collection of showplates, glassware, and flatware.
  • A Selection of linens and napery to align with the wedding’s color theme.
Some of the reviews of St Regis Weddings: The Astor Room is beautiful even with simple decoration which comes with Classic and lovely details. The Chinese fusion menu is superb and beautifully presented. The western 4 course dinner was adequate and well plated but the Angus steak was a little too soft. Professional Staffs and team who attended all the customer's request even a very last minute one. Parking is ample and location is close to the Sentral station making it very convenient for travellers. The front office staff were polite and helpful.

Grand Ballroom with 270° LED digital canvas, which serves as a customizable backdrop and the glistening Austrian crystal chandeliers. 


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Wedding Decorations Ideas with Gazebo, Chuppah and Teepe

You cannot go wrong the romantic gazebo/ chuppah/ teepee at your wedding. They can be the ceremony altar, gazebo where the bride and groom are seated to get blessings from everyone in a religious wedding and absolutely stunning decoration or photobooth backdrop.

Romantic Cylinder chuppah for the grand march in

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Wedding Banquet at Sime Darby Convention Centre

Packages 2018: RM1535+ per table | Capacity: 2600 pax | The Sime Darby Convention Centre (SDCC) located at Bukit Kiara, KL offers hotel standard service, food (halal) and ambiance with a more attractive price. Most wait staffs are efficient and courteous. No fuss with parking at all as the space is huge with ample parking lots free of charge. You have a wide, pillar-less grand ballroom. There is a roof garden and 2 suites up there.

The Grand Ballroom comprises a column-free area of 19,000 square feet to accommodate 2,600 guests. If necessary, the Ballroom may be divided into three smaller function rooms that can accommodate up 800 guests each. If you want a venue away from the crazy KL traffic, this is definitely the place.

For a list of other wedding venue options, pop in here.

Newly refurbished (in 2015) ballroom: 
The convention centre has been refurbished in 2015

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A Ring, Flowers, Plan and Proposal

What you need for a marriage proposal are a ring, flowers, a proposal and life plan. Marriage is not about how well you plan the proposal or the glitz and glamor of the wedding. It is a life commitment which requires the two parties to perform their respective responsibilities. Of course the nice things you do or say from time to time would keep the flame going stronger.

A well-planned proposal is a nice little surprise that you could give your spouse-to-be. Get your team together to brainstorm creative ideas, something that is personal, romantic and memorable. Don't forget to hire a good photographer/ videographer to capture all the precious moments.

Photos taken by Love Confession Wedding Photography | Jun 2014
The first thing is of course to shop for that ring. (The Real Insights to buying diamonds.)
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Rooftop Bar Wedding @ Marini's on 57

Perched on the 57th floor of Petronas Tower 3, the venue comprises of three distinct spaces. Guests can indulge in
  • Italian luxury dining at the Italian Restaurant, 
  • ROM or cocktail session at the Rooftop bar (Malaysia’s highest rooftop bar, restaurant and lounge) which is right beside the Petronas twin towers, so close you can see the structure's design details and the 
  • Cocktail Lounge for an intimate wedding reception.
Elevate yourselves to the 57th level of Petronas Tower 3, you get to see an all new perspective of the twin towers. Breathtaking views which you can't get from other places in KL. Definitely an amazing and romantic ambience for your intimate wedding. Service is attentive yet not overly intrusive. Mixed reviews about their food though; dishes are good but may be too pretentious. 

You can park at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel as the entrance to Marini's 57 is within walking distance from the hotel's lobby. Another option would be at KLCC where there is a quite secluded private elevator that takes you to the restaurant.

http://munkeat.com/wedding-photography-malaysia-marinis57 | Jan 2014
Marini's on 57 Rooftop Bar offers 360° panoramic views of the Kuala Lumpur City skyline.

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Creative Wedding Day Photography at Vistana KL


Ethan of Ethanity Photography is one of the most creative photographers in Malaysia. I love the way he plays around with lighting, shutter speed and angles to produce the stunning images of weddings. They are artistic, beautiful yet realistic. He is also very adventurous in finding the perfect spot in every location for a great background.
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Geneva Theme Banquet Johor Bahru

Geneva Garden Banquet is absolutely gorgeous. The wedding reception will be held in a beautifully decorated tent surrounded by lovely flowers, greenery and landscaping. There is a white bird cage with colorful flowers perfect for the the couple's grand entrance. Wedding food is fresh and delicious as well. On a side note, some of the guests mentioned that the sound system could have been a bit louder.

Impressive service from the banquet team; from their organised, kind, friendly and responsive owner, Edward Lai to the helpful staffs Wanting and Xiao Hui, the coordinators take care of all the details of the venue planning for you.

The Geneva Winery Banquet is one-of-a-kind banquet hall with the design of traditional wine cave. Your guests will be greeted with giant wine barrels and the display of wines before arriving at the elegant banquet hall illuminated by bright crystal chandeliers.


Photos by Ethanity Photography | Ethan | Aug 2017 at Geneva Winery Banquet
elegant banquet hall illuminated by bright crystal chandeliers
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Penang Avatar Secret Garden

Penang Avatar Secret Garden is a mini park with lit up garden, trees and structures. The decorative lights change colors in intervals. This night attraction is located on a hill right at the back of the Thai Pak Koong Temple Tanjong Tokong. There is an elevated wooden walkway that takes you around the garden. Follow the path and you will see a giant chess board. As you take the path upwards, you will come across the flower garden with illuminated flowers of different colors at the corner. From there, it takes you back down to the starting point.

There are stairs everywhere and the place is kind of dark so a torch light will be handy. The nearby beach is decorated with color lighting as well. Finding a space to park is difficult when it gets busy and crowded during peak hours, in the weekend evenings.

The Avatar Secret Garden in Penang is inspired by Pandora (the moon of a gas giant) in the movie "Avatar" where all life on the moon exhibits bioluminescent qualities in various shades at night. The garden in Penang is electro-luminescent not bio :) though. This mysterious garden, tree system with tendrils and luminescent qualities is made of color lighting and fiber optic lights that are wrapped around the tree trunks and draped from the branches.

Photos by WLOON Photography | Jun 2017
Very mysterious garden, tree system with tendrils and luminescent qualities
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Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur

purple metallic sash super expensive decor


Package 2018: Malay from RM1340 nett | Chinese from RM1390 nett per table (dinner) | Capacity: 600 pax | The Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur is an international 4-star business hotel, located in the golden triangle of KL at Jalan Sultan Ismail. This is where Hard Rock Café KL is. The ballroom is very comfortable for a wedding reception, there are also other banquet rooms of various sizes available with nice setup and the food is relatively good.

I attended my friend's wedding reception dinner at Xin Cuisine, Concorde KL in 2011. My impression was that the banquet hall was rather compact, however I could feel the coziness and was comfortable with the ambiance. We were seated behind a dragon plated pillar which obstructed part of the view to the stage. Yummy Chinese fare served by fairly attentive attendants. I know that for a fact because the guests on my table requested for more wines the entire evening.
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Oriental Viva 双喜城

Packages 2018: from RM999 nett per table | Capacity : 350 pax | The hall, designed by roominteriordesign.com has such a lovely and relaxing atmosphere. The yellow lighting and warm tones exude a modern elegance. The hollow opening with the shape of flowers on the ceiling is a nice touch and it looks beautiful. This premise is also quite spacious, and would be a good choice for Chinese-themed wedding celebrations. The Restaurant is located at the back corner of the shopping mall. Take note of the location so you don't have to go around the mall looking for it. Most staffs are welcoming, helpful and attentive. However, some are slightly stressed up.

They say the Oriental brand never disappoints. With quite a number a branches all over the Klang Valley, Oriental group of Chinese restaurants is definitely at the top of the league. The wedding banquet menu is delicious and rather special.

The comfortable hall with a couple of pillars

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Pre-Wedding Photography in Tokyo, Japan - Preserved Culture in a Big City

Tokyo Early Spring Pre-wedding Photographer : The talented Jackal Cheng LMPA
Makeup Artist : Jocelyn Tan | Gown : Shiny Gowns

Early spring is the time when trees are starting to leaf out, some lawns are still pretty dry, which is suitable for rustic photography. The current Imperial Palace (皇居, Kōkyo) is located on a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, a short walk from Tokyo Station. It is the residence of Japan's Imperial Family. Visitors can view the Nijubashi, two bridges that form an entrance to the inner palace grounds.
Nijubashi (Double Bridge) - Tokyo Imperial Palace. Rustic feel of the stone structures.

Early spring


A Must-do photography location in Tokyo, standing 333m high in the center of Tokyo, Tokyo Tower (東京タワー) is the world's tallest, self-supported steel tower and 13 meters taller than its model, the Eiffel Tower. It is now the second tallest structure in Japan after Tokyo Skytree.

Shiba Park is Japan's oldest public park, being the first to be officially designated as a park in 1873. Parts of the present day park were once the Edo-period Okubo clan garden. There are many nice views of Tokyo Tower from the park.
Artistic close-up shot

A must-do in Japan, taking photo with the iconic Tokyo Tower.
Nice view of Tokyo Tower from Shiba Park.



Sensoji (浅草寺, Sensōji, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple) is a Buddhist temple located in Asakusa. It is very colorful and popular and is Tokyo's oldest temple, famous for the huge lantern hanging from the main entrance gate, its long path lined with stalls and its five storied pagoda.
Sensoji, Asakusa Temple famous for its entrance huge lantern

The Tokyo Skytree (東京スカイツリー) is a television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. It is the centerpiece of the Tokyo Skytree Town in the Sumida City Ward, not far away from Asakusa. With a height of 634m, it is the tallest structure in Japan. A large shopping complex with aquarium is located at its base.

Azuma bridge is located on the opposite side of Sensoji temple, but can be reached from Asakusa Station within 3 minutes. It crosses over the Sumida river. The black building with the golden object on top is the Super Dry Hall ("Super Dry" being Asahi Breweries' most popular brand). The golden object on top is said to represent the burning soul of Asahi Breweries, and was designed by French designer Philippe Starck in 1989.
This photo is taken across the Sumida River, The Tokyo Skytree, beautiful city skyline and the red Azuma Bridge can be seen.
The Tokyo Skytree and the various landmarks; The black building with the golden object on top is the Super Dry Hall of Asahi Breweries.
Lovely bridal style by Jocelyn Tan.

The Rainbow Bridge is an enormous suspension bridge that connects Tokyo with the man-made island of Odaiba.
The classic (never ending) veil shot with the backdrop of The Rainbow Bridge.

Map:




Ref: JapanGuide, japantravelmate.com, wattention.com, .japanvisitor.com
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The Federal Kuala Lumpur | A Revolving Wedding Banquet In the Sky

Packages 2018: Chinese/ Malay: from RM1120 nett. Indian from RM1026 nett | Capacity: 400 pax | Even though Federal Hotel's rather dated architecture pales in comparison with the neighbouring modern skyscrapers in KL's busiest entertainment district in Bukit Bintang, this long-established hotel has a rich historical trail. The hotel was intended by our first Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman to be a world-class accommodation for the distinguished guests who would be gracing the historic celebration that marked the handover of Malaya from the British in 1957. Construction of the then nine-storey building began earlier that year, by developer Tan Sri Low Yat and was completed in time for the historic Merdeka Day.

Mandarin Palace (reopened in Jan 2017) – with its opulent interior featuring intricate wood carvings of Chinese symbols and mythological creatures resembling the splendor of a palace is one of Malaysia's most beautiful and unique restaurants - perfect for your Chinese themed wedding. It seats 400 pax for banquet.

The Bintang Revolving Restaurant was the first revolving restaurant in Malaysia. It will be such a romantic affair, when the restaurant revolves slowly bringing your wedding guests on a journey through the amazing KL's skyline view with soothing music in the background.

Bukit Bintang Event Spaces (BBES) comprises of 4 well-known landmarks in Kuala Lumpur city, The Federal Kuala Lumpur, Hotel Capitol Kuala Lumpur, Plaza Low Yat and BB Park. Each venue can cater to any specific need that you may require. The Federal hotel is located at a very strategic, convenient but extremely busy area in KL city, Jalan Bukit Bintang's traffic can be really bad during peak hours. There is no carpark in the hotel, you have to park at nearby buildings; Lowyat Plaza, BB Park. Many choose Federal because of its attractive wedding package.

Ballroom I

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Parkroyal Hotel KL

packages 2018: Malay/ Chinese/ Indian: RM1188 nett per table | Capacity: 450 pax | ParkRoyal Kuala Lumpur is a hotel located at the hot spot Jalan Sultan Ismail, where it can become funky at night. You can expect grandness, good service, and facilities. The person in charge, Ms Amy Wong is very helpful and her service is simply awesome. She follows-up closely from day one till the completion of the wedding. This is an important factor as a competent wedding coordinator/ planner can make your life so much easier. The size of the grand ballroom and cocktail area is excellent! However there are some pillars in the ballroom.

The groom and bride can enjoy an incredible, romantic night stay in their bridal suite which is spacious, with added special touch from the hotel wedding personnel.

For a list of other wedding venue options, pop in here.


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Clan Jetties in Penang

The Penang Clan Jetties are waterfront communities that consist of houses on stilts of various Chinese clans. Located at Lebuh Armenian and Pengkalan Weld (Weld Quay), these water villages are over 100 years old. Each jetty is named after a Chinese clan –  the Lim, Chew, Tan and Yeoh jetties are the oldest and the Koay, Lee and Mixed Surname jetties were built afterward. There is plenty of beautiful, nostalgic, rustic spots for photography; the timber walkways and houses, piers and boats. You can take inspirations from the photos below for locations, backdrop and mood of how your wedding photos can be.

Chew Jetty (姓周桥) is the largest, longest and the most visited, tourist-friendly jetty with touristy shops, quirky signs, mural and lots of photo opportunities. This Unesco World Heritage Site was first established in the mid 19th Century, spans Part 1 - 182 meter, Part 2 - 122 meters long with a total of 75 houses.

Tan Jetty which is located about 200 metres south of Chew Jetty is not as commercialized. The main attraction of Tan Jetty is a narrow wooden pier with a little hut which is perfect for artistic photography. The houses of the various jetties are being continually renovated and replaced. There is practically a temple at every corner but the most talked about one is the Hean Boo Thean Floating Temple at Yeoh Jetty.


http://www.wloon.com/2015/01/penang-pre-wedding-jia-minh-vynn | Jan 2015
Penang Clan Jetty Pre-wedding photos by WLOON Photography
The iconic brown hut on stilts at Tan Jetty which is 200m south of Chew Jetty
It is so wonderful to find heritage places like this preserved in Penang.
A good photographer makes good use of objects and friendly people in the surrounding to make the image more unique

Photos by: WLOON Photography
Boats
Timber walkways and stilt houses


Photo by RC Studio | Pre-wedding photography at Tan Jetty
The main attraction of Tan Jetty is this narrow wooden pier with a little hut which attracts photographers. This is a really artistic image by Ronnie.

Trip Advisor: Nov 2014 | Chew Jetty
An impromptu wedding shot against a backdrop of Clan Jetty in Penang

The fading mural in 2013 due to the harsh seaside condition. It has completely faded away now unfortunately.
Mural by Ernest Zacharevic - Children in the boat at Chew Jetty. Ernest Zacharevic is a young Lithuania-born artist who has become popular in Penang after completing a series of murals entitled Mirrors George Town as part of George Town Festival 2012. His other works include "Little Children on a Bicycle", "The Awaiting Trishaw Paddler", etc.

In April 2013, Simon Tan executed his first mural at Chew Jetty. It was entitled Ah Kong & Ah Mah (Grandpa & Grandma) which took 2 days to complete. The mural was vandalised shortly after its completion. How sad! Shame on the person who did that. Despondent over the treatment given to the mural, Tan decided to paint over the piece. The second mural at Chew Jetty, entitled Ah Mah & Ah Soon (Grandma & Ah Soon), was completed later that same month.
Dec 2016: "Grandma & Ah Soon" sharing a light moment- mural by Simon Tan at Chew Jetty


https://penangtapestry.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/chinese-clan-jetties-at-waterfront-in-weld-quay-penang/
The entrance to Lee Jetty. Brightly lit lanterns during Chinese New Year.

http://anythinglily.blogspot.com/2016/07/penang-attraction-clan-jetties.html | Jul 2016
The less commercialized Lim Jetty
Some of the houses on the Chew Jetty have been turned into shops selling souvenirs and tourist merchandise (2016)


Hean Boo Thean Temple is a Chinese temple built on top of the coastal waters at the edge of the Yeoh Jetty's reclamation area and during high tide, the temple looks as if it is floating on top of the sea. 
Hean Boo Thean Floating Temple


REVIEWS
http://anythinglily.blogspot.com/2016/07/penang-attraction-clan-jetties.html
Jul 2016
The present residents of these jetties are mostly descendants of their respective clans, each with its own communal lineage from China. It is therefore not surprising that most residents of Chew Jetty for instance, would still bear the surname 'Chew' to this day. The painting of a Merry Old Couple by Simon Tan is prominent and cannot be missed as it is right at the starting point of the boardwalk into the Chew jetty. Houses fronting the main wooden boardwalk to the pier have been turned into shops selling souvenirs and other merchandise. There are also a number of food and beverage outlets along this boardwalk. A nice mural by Ernest Zacharevic used to decorate the wall of this house. Unfortunately the painting has completely faded.
Tan Jetty is located about 200 metres south of Chew Jetty. This jetty is not as commercialised as Chew Jetty. The main attraction of Tan Jetty is this narrow wooden pier with a little hut which attracts photographers. The houses of the various jetties are being continually renovated and replaced.
https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g298303-d1221399-i115594757-Chew_Jetty-George_Town_Penang_Island_Penang.html
Nov 2014
The clan jetty is a living-museum offering you an opportunity to glimpse how some locals live. The clan jetty is predominantly inhabited by Chinese of different origins thus bearing differing surnames and speaking different dialects. They are mostly quite open to outsiders who thronged the floating walkways. Be polite and genuine in engaging them or when peering into their homes, as you see small children and the elderly going about their daily activities in their floating houses.

http://j-travel.blogspot.my/2013/01/chew-jetty-one-of-clan-jetty-unesco.html
Jan 2013
There was a old and unique coffee shop (kopitiam) on the left of the entrance, I like the traditional atmosphere very much!
Before we start the tour in Chew Jetty, there were many signages to read though...
We spotted the filming house in the movie of Ice Kacang Puppy Love ( 初恋红豆冰) which was the home of Eric Moo (巫啟賢). Along the way, I saw this homestay signage - boat ride, homestay, dinner, bbq... We hanged around the area for a while and luckily that was not very hot, the scenic view really made us relax. and I like the surrounding. I had a chat with an old lady who selling some souvenirs along the walkway in Chew Jetty. She was friendly and told us that all the youngsters have gone for work, and most of them are not staying here anymore...they only back once in the while and during Chinese New Year. So I guess, the place will be crowded during the coming Chinese New Year.We bought some postcards and notepads from her...



Clan Jetties in Penang
Add: Pengkalan Weld, George Town, 10300 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Map:
Map data ©2017 Google


Ref: penang.ws, travel2penang, j-travel.blogspot.my, penang-traveltips.com, myfatpocket.com/hazeldiary, 
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Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur | Boutique Urban Resort


Package 2017: from RM1688 nett per table | Capacity: 320 pax | Hotel Maya is a 5-star ‘boutique urban resort’ in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The interior of the hotel is finished with bamboo panelling, areas that incorporate flowing water and elegant furnishings create an ambience that is both contemporary and comfortable. There are also quite a few spots in the hotel which are excellent photography backdrop, such as the mysterious spiral staircase, soothing lobby (with bamboo trees outside the glass window and bamboo panelling).
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KLCC Park for the Majestic Petronas Twin Towers

The 50-acre tropical greenery and landscape in the heart of the city, KLCC Park has beautiful gardens, creative architecture, symphony fountains, that will make good photographs. It features various amenities such as a children's playground, wading pool, jogging track, shelters and benches, patterned foot-paths and sculptures. Approximately 1,900 indigenous trees and palms (74 species) are planted within the park areas. The Lake Symphony which comprises two water fountains, located at the esplanade outside Suria KLCC, is programmed to provide 150 magical dramatic animations.

Photography spots at the KLCC Park to provide visitors with better photo opportunities of the Petronas Twin Towers:
  • Persiaran KLCC, near the intersection of Jalan Ampang and Jalan P. Ramlee;
  • Elevated pedestrian bridge in KLCC Park;
  • Adjacent to Masjid Asyakirin;
  • East side of KLCC Park; and
  • Two areas near Menara Exxon-Mobil.

http://carlitopullan.blogspot.my/2014/09/international-wedding-pre-nup-pictorial_84.html


http://stories.my/pre-wedding-james-alexia-kl-skyline | Jun 2014
A 43-meter elevated bridge that cut across the lake provides a vantage view of the park and the twin towers.






http://maxtography.com/wedding-photography/parthik-gosar-forum-shah-prewedding-in-kuala-lumpur-malaysia | Jan 2016


 Other photos:
KLCC Park and Symphony lake seen from Traders Hotel (Kuala Lumpur)
Thousands gather to welcome Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Asyakirin Mosque, KLCC Park in 2012
kosublog.com/en/malaysia-brunei-day1-2-1509 - Simphony light show at night


REVIEWS
https://www.tripadvisor.com.my/Show830-KLCC_Park
Jul 2016
Wonderful place with many different backgrounds for photo shooting. The only hassle is before hand took me a while to get their permission for the shoot,but at least is free!
https://foursquare.com/v/kuala-lumpur-city-centre-klcc-park/4b57ad1bf964a5203f3b28e3
Jun 16: Clean air, walk in the evening, especially after rain, and cafes surrounding. Also the lakes are nice.
Sep 12: Beautifully landscaped park with trees & palms as well as soothing water features. It has a children's playground, a wading pool & a rubberised jogging track.
musical fountain at night.

http://www.photomalaysia.com/forums/forum/photography/51859-wedding-shoot-at-klcc-is-a-no-no
Jan 2010
If the photographers are amateurs, the KLCC management would not be so "harsh" on you to take photos. This is simply because the photos would be for private use only and not for someone to be making commercial (profitable) gain out of it.
The second point is that KLCC is a private owned property whose owner has decided to allow public to enjoy it. However, they still retain the rights to the Intellectual property and rights. Allowing others to visit or to enjoy the facilities means KLCC management reserved the right to rescind or allow the privileges to others. As a photographers we need to understand the owner perspectives on this. We also as the user need to observe the decorum to ensure that we can continue to enjoy it.

KLCC Park


Website: https://www.suriaklcc.com.my/attractions/klcc-park/
FB page: https://web.facebook.com/pg/SuriaKLCCMall
Add: Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +(603) - 2382 2828
Email: info@suriaklcc.com.my

It is open to the public daily from 7am to 10pm. It is free but you are required to get an authorization letter from the management for commercial shooting (result in profitable gain).

Maps:
Map of the park, Photospots

How to go


Ref: thestar.com, wikimedia.org, dailymail.co.uk, expedia.com
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