Monday, October 28, 2013

KL's Most Affluent Homes


I am sure many have heard so much about the Cow Minister's issues sometime ago. You must be very curious how that ultra luxurious condominium looked like. I am fortunate to have a very close friend who is blessed with mega good merits to own 2 units in this KL's Creme De La Creme's Hub of Bangsar.



Every floor has only 1 unit with a space of over 4,000 square feet where the market is now commanding @ RM1,900 psf. It was built to finest perfection for the discerning few 'Who & Who's' in Kuala Lumpur's high societies. Do the maths and you might faint at the price tag.




 The Granite Walled waiting lobby is very huge with super comfy sofas for me to play Candy Crush or take naps.





Even the Mail-Room comes with modern architecture designs.




You will see the panoramic view of the whole hills of Bangsar's wealthiest homes and condominiums.




This is the other side of Bangsar towards KL and Jalan Maarof.




All the luxurious bungalows sprawling around Damansara Heights.




KL View on a hazy day.





 The terrace leading down to the pools and gymnasium that overlooks the lap pool.




Lovely green maze!



I can soak in this pool all day or relax with a book.




They have several neat Alfresco Cubicles that comes with bolsters 
that befits even the Maharajah of Jaipur.




You can swim in this long lap pool too.




The basement parking area looks like a Luxury Car Showroom to me. I lost count on the number of Italian Sport Cars, Porches, Bentleys & even Maseratis. The first person who could guess the name of this small yellow car will get a small gift from me!


HERE IS THE ANSWER - THE NAME OF THE CAR!!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO BLOGGER SK


136 comments:

  1. That's your errmmm... third car Anay?

    First car from Italy

    Second car from Germany

    Right? Right? :P

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    1. mak glam kena knocked by that forced-into-the-dualthon-lanes-on-closure-to-cheer-for-the-international-participants-minister-car the other day at Putrajaya until she blur like sotong?? Anay asked the name of the brand of that yellow car dei.. not from where the first and second are manufactured~~ :p

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    2. Mak Glam is very funny with strange guesses. Thanks to SK's rescue to save her day! Please guess again the name of the brand of the Yellow Car. I almost fainted when I saw its name behind.

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  2. Thanks to you, I got a peek at these luxurious homes in KL! I haven't been there for ages........

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    1. Bangsar is equivalent to Singapore's Holland Village area where the prices psf could fetch $1900 too.

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    2. Nice info! Hey, saw your comments on my giveaway. Don't forget to submit your entry in my X'mas draw to Win Flenco Christmas Hampers Worth More Than $1,000! These make great gifts for your lovely wife! But be sure to use the same name in the Rafflescopter widget so we know who you are. Good luck!

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  3. Super rich area...even the mail room so modern.

    I wonder if they will let courier service gobup there.

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    1. They have individual CCTV Intercom to screen visitors before allowing them to get into the elevator. As for deliveries, I guess the owners will prefer to send the maids down.

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  4. For me from outside doesn't look tgat imoressive but inside FUIYOH!!

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    1. I agree that we cannot see much from outside as the facilities are all well hidden for the residents to enjoy with privacy.

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  5. On thing that bothers me...does the people who lives there have time or even bother to sit at the outdoor cubicles to relax andcread a book?

    Swimming maybe yes la but others?

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    1. Most of them are probably travelling in overseas all the time but I have seen many foreign residents relaxing in the pool and gym on weekends.

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  6. Is that paint on the ladder down to the swimming pool or rust? If rust then the management bad la. People pay so much for facilities yet never upkeep

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    1. wah this meow super #terrernya, she can see such tiny little details!! Anay must report this to your friend so that he can lodge a complaint to the management..

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    2. I am shocked that she saw rusts! They are made of steel lah! Maybe you need to rinse with Optrex dei. Kakakaka

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    3. maybe when she saw the rust, her hands feel itchy and wanna bring over her METHOD products to wipe them clean~~ :D

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    4. I didn't know this cat has sharp eyes cos we often called her sotong.

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  7. I love the maze. It's so Zen looking. Maybe it's according to fengshui

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    1. I think they created the Green Maze as part of the luxury landscaping features. Need to prune and trim very often for perfections.

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    2. Yeah i like it too. My place also have it lor.


      At our Taiping Lake Garden. Gotcha!!!

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    3. That is amazing that Taiping has it. Our KL Lake Gardens doesn't have at all.

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  8. 'Fiat IDD' also known as 'Fiat 500' at some country.

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    1. Willk - I am flattered that you came to comment! Thank you very much but you need to guess again.

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  9. The exact answer is Fiat Abarth 500.

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    1. You must love cars a lot have seen many exotic ones in Australia. I think this Yellow Car in the only one in Malaysia. Guess again Willk.

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  10. it's the rich men's world.. well it really doesn't look very expensive from the outside, but then it certainly looks expensive inside, and especially when you mentioned the price.. wow, such astrological numbers to me, my calculator doesn't have enough display digit to do the math dei~~ :D

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    1. You cracked me up! Wanna tipu me that your calculator was made in Chennai? Even abascus can count dei. I think this condo is 2nd most expensive after Binjai On The Park at KLCC.

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    2. i do not know how to use an abacus lah!! simple addition can lah, but not multiplication~~

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    3. Sometimes I forgot that you are Indian blood. Lol

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  11. Wow.. Your fren is so loaded!! I dare not do the maths...too big a figure for me! Really a luxurious life....

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    1. My friend has several other luxury units and he does a lot of charity too.

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  12. such a luxury condominium, err, is this still called a condominium?? or they have a more elegant and glamorous name for it?? like we have flat, apartment, condominium - and now this is what according to its level?? LEMBUMINIUM is it??

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    1. Muahahahahahaha.... What a nice place to be tainted by the scandals.

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  13. OMG!! This house is so contemporary and nice leh!! I like it la!
    But dare not dream to own such a house, no need to do the maths also can faint already, KL houses are sure no cheap one.

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    1. I like the Mail Room! But then, will it be too much? I mean the design, a bit 'kua cheong' la for a home, hehe~
      But the facilities are really nice, can tell how 'sincere' the management is, the green maze, long lap pools, and the cubicles, one can sure feel like living at those holiday resorts, hehe~

      And you look kinda cool posing in the cubicle, haha xD

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    2. The car park, haha, looks like some sort of car show la! Everyday can see new luxury cars in and out there ;)

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    3. I can't dream of that too..too luxurious!

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    4. I agree that place has got very classy resort feel and it is very popular with the foreign expatriates and well heeled residents who want only the BEST!

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  14. eih, Anay quit your job and work for this LEMBUMINIUM lah.. look at the lobby, i guess the tenants can pay as much as you are earning now to clean their lobby, infinity pool as well as the mailroom dei.. and i guess with your efficiency using the METHOD product, you can finish your job pretty fast - and there you can lay down on that couch and play your Candy Crush~~ nice idea huh?? are they hiring cleaners?? :p

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    1. Wakakakakaka Silly SK Thambee! What a silly and wise idea to mention METHOD products here!!! The products might not be class enough for them as they who probably use VERSACE Detergents to wash the laundry.

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    2. i believe the tenant may use HERMES instead VERSACE. At least HERMES sound more classy and equally standard with the condo. :p

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    3. Willk you are exposed to high class barangs!

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  15. it's so nice inside.. love the garden, love the maze bushes (so that Thambee & Kamala and Anay & Letchumi can sing Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and play hide and seek there chasing each other, how nice!!), love the infinity pool (i like only the pools with straight edges, easier to swim, hate those curvy curvy amoeba design where you can knock your head any corner, puhlease lah!!).. so beautiful!!!

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    1. Yes we foursome can go running and dancing from the front to the back until the pools. I also love the pools which are straight with green tiles and cement colours! Heavenly nice! Those curvy pools are a waste of space and suitable for snakes to swim!

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    2. Muahaha... definitely a great place screening for a Hindi or a Tamil movie.

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    3. You bet. They have the space and corners to run around. Wakakakaka

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  16. errr, i noticed Anay didn't post any photo of the suites, if we can see how lavish the interior designs are in the suites, that would be even a more precious experience of life.. i know i can never step foot inside, so given the chance to see the photo also would be nice.. or Anay has been staying al-fresco all the time under that verandah by the pool pretending he is the Prince of Jaipurtiruchirappallisinggalinggam?? oh, your royah highness, vanakam~~ :)

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    1. Oh no I dare not post the interior's photos lah... See outside tak cukup kah!!! Just flip open Interior Magazines and imagine lah! Muahahaha.....

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  17. well well well.. not time for me to even dream of having such a luxury LEMBUMINIUM lah.. with the exponentially hiking house prices and also the ever increasing living cost, it's really tough.. i guess i would be happy as long as i have a shelter.. i always have to tell myself, if i am rich in my heart and in my mind, then i am richer than the richest man in the world - he may not have had a happy life like i do~~ :)

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    1. What a humble Thambee to sound so modest. Anay is dying to visit your 3 storey luxury villa to view all your collections of toys, Doraemons and Minions.

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  18. wow, so luxury leh~ Uncle can let me stay in please? XD

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    1. Come back from UK quick and I let you sleep in the basement carpark wokay!!!!! Wakakakaka

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    2. dun like that lah~~~ T.T~~~ pity me poor guy no $$~

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  19. Not into cars, so might not be able to guess correctly, so give it a miss. I don't think I can stay in such condominiums in my lifetime, I wonder how people can be so rich, anyway I am quite happy with little old house, I don't have much expectations, as long as I have a bed to sleep and a shelter, I am happy, most important the house I stay is a home not just a cold house, don't you think so.

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    1. Simple theory and no guesses needed. The rich people have biggest good merits to live in wealthy homes la. I am also staying in old houses that leaked from the roof when it rains heavily.

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  20. One of my friend's brother is some big shot of a bank, so she has the luxury of staying a condominium, I went to her condominium once, but it seems their bedroom is quite small but their living room is super huge and they have very nice view also.

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    1. Oh your friend is lucky to live there! Smart architects would design smaller bedrooms to allow more space in the living and dining areas.

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  21. LOL at SK's comment about playing hide and seek and chasing each other. Some students of mine stay in condominium too and it is such a hassle to enter their house, have to register at the Security Counter before taking lift to go up their house.

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    1. SK Thambee is cuckoo sometimes and he never fails to tickle me with his witty comments. He is a God Sent blogger.

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  22. Those people are the high flyers! But it can be a blessing being an ordinary folk, imagine those high flyers, they might be leading a life facing a lot of stress in their work.

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    1. It is true that being a high flyer has its cons and worries. Most of them are worried of kidnappers and robberies!

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  23. Suitable for snakes to swim, wahahahahaha LOL!!!!

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  24. Is this where you stay? No lah...you're a lot better than this - must be in one huge mansion in some exclusive part of KL...

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    1. If i am so wealthy, I think I won't be blogging! I will be busy counting the millions in stock marts!

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  25. Kuala Lumpur appears to be like some of our cities here in the USA... There are the VERY VERY wealthy who live such lavish lives paying no attention to the poor folks living near them... I'm not against people working hard and making money. BUT--I do think that the wealthy should (on their own, not because the government told them to) do a better job of giving to help the poor in need....As I've read many times, when we die, we can't take it with us... SO--why not give more away when we are alive??????

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. I agree with you Betsy. Most wealthy people tend to forget the less privileged ones unlike Bill & Melinda Gates who have the hearts of GOLD.

      We came alone to his world and will depart alone too.

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  26. When you mentioned do the maths, I straight away pickup the calculator and counted, haha. Even before you mentioned do the maths, I already automatically wanted to count liao, haha..

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  27. Eh, SK asked are they hiring cleaners. I was not thinking about cleaners. I was thinking of babysitting etc. Haha. I am sure there many rich families looking for nannies and babysitters. I am willing to go to their place in the morning, babysit their kids, and leave after they come back from work.

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    1. Yeah the wealthy mamas have babysitters besides maids! I would love to be a babysitter when I retire at home. Can jaga baby and do blogging while they are asleep!

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  28. Did you ronda into their facilities washroom? Did they showcase and parade a whole line of CK/DKNY facial cleanser, soap, hand wash, etc in the washroom for you to use and take freely? Haha.. When I was in Tokyo, I was in this hotel (forgotten the name) and was using their hotspring tub in the facilities floor, they have full range of Shiseido products in the washroom for the ladies, heaven!

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    1. All the hotels and hotsprings in Japan use the Shiseido brands. We loved it too and tried to buy them from stores but none available.

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  29. By the way, call me jakun. Mailroom? Like hotel only, for people to write postcards. Chewahh.. Do we really need a mailroom in the lobby?

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    1. Well the mail room needs to be located at their convenience. So this canggih mail room is next to the entrance to the elevator.

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    1. Good afternoon Sharon!

      Happy blogging!

      Hot weather now! Sweats! Sweats! Wipe! Wipe!

      Have a good day!

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  31. Nice views, saw quite a lot of luxury cars recently!!! =]

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    1. We have more wealthy people every day! Where did they get the money??

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    2. Don't know!!! =[
      My mom said even the condo at desa park here is sell for 100k, can be sold out even it haven't start the construction yet!!!

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    3. Yes the property market in Klang Valley is going crazy. The greedy developers are to be blamed.

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  32. mind give some more hint for the yellow car? Izzit Japanese or Italian car?

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    1. Izzit Proton Emas = yellow car

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    2. Proton Emassss!!! You really cracked me up! LOL

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    3. Btw i'm wondering whether there's such model from Proton range. Proton Emasssss!

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  33. ok, i'll make my guess.. that yellow car is:
    Fiat 500 Abarth 695 Tributo Ferrari

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    1. Aah! Mr SK got the correct answer '695 Tributo Ferrari'. Well done.

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    2. I am surprised with SK's answer when he doesn't even drive a car!! Well done SK. I have posted the new photos of the car's name!

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    3. Wow splendid answer from SK. My guess would be a kelisa which hs been modified... so teruk lar me...

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    4. muahahaha.. google is always on my fingertips~~ :D
      thank you Twilight Man, looking forward to the small gift from you :)

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    5. You live on internet Thambee ! Gosh!

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  34. Oooo, I worked in Menara BRDB before, everything is so luxurious there.hahahahaha.... But it is crazy expensive!

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    1. Wah! You worked in this high-fi development company before. Why did you quit?

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    2. to pursue Ph.D in a rural countryside (Semenyih). I was once a consultant before ~ Still proud of it..hahaha

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  35. All I can say is 'Wow!'. Although I would never be able to live in a place like this, I did enjoy the pictures very much. But all in all I prefer our little home in the mountains of Tennessee.

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    1. Your home in Tennessee is definitely a haven!

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  36. This is KEN Bangsar right?

    It sure looks like it! Their pool has *gold* on the bottom. Haha!

    I went there once for a party - the penthouse unit (there are two penthouses) has its own swimming pool, lap pool and sauna/spa! It's amazing! It's bigger than most houses I've seen too - 3 floors of space (perhaps 3.5 or 4).

    Guess how much the owner was offered? RM 14 million. He didn't want to sell! That's how much that place is worth!

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    1. Wow!!! RM14 million for a space in the air? That's ridiculous.

      This condo is 1 MENERUNG.

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    2. Rm14million no thanks! Heard the figure also wanna pengsan ady

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    3. There are filthy rich ppl everywhere! Anyway condos give ultimate privacy and fabulous views, so there is a price to pay la.

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    4. Yeah, I wouldn't pay RM 14 million for a penthouse in a condo too, however nice it may be.

      Ah, its 1 MENERUNG, I know of the place but way beyond my price range.

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  37. Hmmm...I definitely love the mail room. Postman will be very happy each time dropping the mail.eheh

    Zero knowledge about car....I can't wait to know what super car is that.ahha

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    1. The whole architecture is nice and modern in accordance to the ECO green designs.

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  38. The camouflaged pool chair so special~

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    1. Yes I agree. They have good and innovative designers to plan the whole place well.

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  39. why not you pose by the pool side and be like a mermaid of Songkla? 555

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    1. If I am so skinny like you, I would not mind posing in swim trunks very often. Now I look like a FAT MERMAID la. Wakakakaka

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  40. Fuyohh! Each and every corner of this condo is so grand and luxury. I never came across such a beautiful and fine lobby, just like hotel style.

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    1. There are many high class condo lobby in KL too. There is a big price to pay to luxuriate in the posh and wealthy homes! I am always dreaming to live there.

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  41. What is SK called it again? LEMBUMINIUM? Muahaha.
    Flat - apartment - condominium - penthouse - HEAVEN

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  42. Including me, i like the mail room, living room, the garden and every area. I've been to Bangsar amd Sri Hartamas once. My friend.told.me before these 2 banyak orang.kaya raya one.

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    1. I heard just now you mention Bentleys? So many ka? Dun play play, Taiping here got 2 Bentleys only. Owner of course rich lor

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    2. Wishin you and your wifey a happy happy deepavali.and happy holidays

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    3. Happy Deepavali Angeline. Ask your hubby invest in a KL condo for your holiday home!

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  43. How many feet?! That would count as a ... I dunno ... hotel in Tokyo! :D

    I'm just popping in to say hallo. I've been battling bravely with a heavy workload, so I've been neglecting other blogs (and my own!) rather badly.

    Hallo, Twilight Man! How are you? ^^

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    1. Rurousha I am fine and hope you are in excellent shape! I shall wait for your blog to get activated again. Even a Wordless Wednesday post would be good.

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  44. No wayyyyy!! The price per sf made me ignoring the calculator... hahahhaha

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    1. Only the wealthy and privileged people have bigger screen calculators! Muahahahaha

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  45. Happy Deepavali to you and your long term girlfriend :)

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    1. Merry Christmas to you Fay and your long time BF.

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  46. How I wish this was my house. sigh...

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  47. Hi! Nice captures. Thanks for sharing.

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  48. What is the name of this building?

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