September 3, 2006

in the heart of the city

Who would've thought I'd find this old colonial-style house hidden in the middle of the city? Never noticed it before. I guess that's because I was always whizzing about in the comfort of my car. I was walking about, as one would especially being a DP member, and came across it. What a find!

Today is the closing performance of the play. It just may be the last time we'll ever do this show. One amazing experience and a completely fulfilling journey. The goodbyes with the Singaporeans will not be a pretty sight though. Better remember to remove my make-up first.

Have a great Sunday.


Anonymous anne said...

Don't you just love walking! You get to discover hidden treasures! Treasures you can share with the whole world through the DP family!!

2:06 PM  
Anonymous kris said...

so geram to see such beauty abandoned! too bad i cant even afford a block of the balcony ..

5:50 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Oh yeah, remove your make up before, or you may look like that old house :-)

Edwin : the trick works fabulously ! THANKSSSSSSSSSSSSS

6:28 PM  
Blogger Neorelix said...

What a shame that it looks as if it's been abandoned - maybe it hasn't. Just a little shabby round the edges..

6:43 PM  
Blogger Ame said...

No-no-no you guys! It's still occupied...doncha see the potted plants on the porch, the shutters in the window and most importantly, the satellite dish? LOL! Neat shot Eddie! :-

10:13 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

I'd live there! Some elbow grease and a little imagination, and presto...!! good discovery!!

3:36 AM  
Blogger wmw said...

Hey Edwin, that's somewhere in the Golden Triangle right? Around Weld area? I recall seeing it but can't remember where. I think there are more houses like this behind the Police HQ in Pudu (the last time I was there...)

Sorry to have missed the show again, sigh!

4:41 AM  
Anonymous keropokman said...

hey Edwin,

buy it up and turn it into one of those many swanky restaurants in KL. then maybe when DP members visit, we get a free drink, we'll pay for the food. haha...

anne's right, the Astro Satellite Dish is still there. someone might be living there.. Dish.. Hmm... maybe it is fated to be a restaurant. LOL...

8:34 AM  
Anonymous John said...

What a find indeed. I can imagine this being used as the set for a movie. Nice one!

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Jazzy said...

great house but renovation is the word =)

like the photo.

9:04 PM  
Blogger Jane said...

Can you imagine the parties of the past? Indeed, it could be a great resto...

Good find Edwin!

7:07 PM  
Anonymous suyenangel said...

what an amazing shot. reminds me of an old nescafe add. i like the banana tree in the foreground. the astro dish made me laugh. definitely restaurant material.. with a ball room please :)

6:03 AM  

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