Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Hello Dear Readers

we meet again yeayyy, its your boi Akmal Salim from Kesion Malaysia

Ore Futatabi Tanjou,hihi

how are you guys? o genki desu kaaa~ dah makan?

Are you excited to know what I’m going to share with you today on my media research this week?

It’s Suria KLCC, Tadaaaa

Yes2 I know, cliché is it? I have a very good reason for this. Trust me. We all aware in these modern days in our daily lives everything is going too fast. So some of us might now know what’s the latest update in a certain location. Anddd so here am I providing you the latest info in Malaysia.

“Anything that gives us new knowledge gives us an opportunity to be more rational.”

Herbert A. Simon

Suria KLCC shopping center is an six-storey building located at the foot of the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur city center. Created in 1999, it was soon the talk of the town because it introduced a new level of style to the city with its wide array of haute couture stores.

The Largest LED Hanging Rotating Screen in the World

And recently added to this impressive list of attractions is the world’s largest double sided rotating LED display screen. This was the first-ever installation in Malaysia LED display that rotates 359-degrees, uniquely showcasing many of the mall’s upscale consumer brands.

Look at that Super Huge Screen inside the middle of KLCC. The moment you walked into their center court this will be the first to catch your attention.

Managed to encountered their Christmas decorations

The park was designed by Roberto Burle Marx. It is said that it was the last work undertaken by the Brazilian architect. When the park was designed, the aim was to “leave the world a little more sensitive and a little more educated to the importance of nature”.

The park was designed to showcase a heritage of tropical greenery by integrating man’s creation with nature. The park itself contrasts as a calm environment in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. The park features many combinations of man-made design such as cement, water features, and also natural features such as trees, shrubs, stones, and wood. Elements of shape and topography were created to give an illusion of space. The combination of trees, shrubs, and sculptures were arranged to provide color and form to the park.

I suggest you walk here around night also, the night view with the water fountain show is mesmerizing.

KLCC Walkway & KLCC Convex Extended Tunnel

Walking here has always been my favorite since high school. Seeing it changes so much does bring some nostalgic and proud feelings within me. Imagine if they create a full screen for the walkway with the 8K UHD LED Screen fuhhh 😍

Here some other media I spotted during my media research. Now, here’s my advice to dear readers and myself who are into the creative department in the work office.

DONT Forget to take a walk & find inspiration from other industries or your competitors. This may seem simple for some but for us who need to chase dateline for creating design & video, this is one of the solutions for you to explore outside of your monitor. The average person sits between 7 and 15 hours every day… which is me sometimes hehe

Crazy, right

That’s terrible for your health and your mood, which means it can be terrible for your creativity. I believe this method can also work for another department also.

What’s with the above photo? Nothing hehe it’s just me liking the view with the Christmas decorations.

I hope my sharing today will bring some benefits for you our dear readers.

Till we meet again.

Peace be upon you

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