Tuesday

The three bowls


The three bowls of the Pavilion Crystal Fountain
The Pavilion Kuala Lumpur shopping mall
Malaysia
I was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last week on a short break and went to see the newest iconic structure that was inducted into the Malaysia Book of Records as the country's tallest crystal fountain. The fountain which consists of three bowls with the hibiscus motif (Malaysia's national flower) serves as an emblem of progression of Malaysia as a nation.

Inspired by Ruby Tuesday, Watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday. Pin It

26 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

Pretty....oh so pretty. I love hibiscus, we have a LOT of the bushes in our own back yard.

My Ruby Tuesday is posted...scroll down below my CATS post. Hope to see that you came for a visit today if you found some time.

Happy day to you.

shopannies said...

that is so cool looking

The Laughing Idiot said...

That's beautiful and so different. This is obviously too big, but I've been looking for something other than the cookie cutter water fountains they have for home use. *sigh*

Jeanet said...

That is so fabulous!What a gorgeous picture!Love hibiscus flowers...we got three in our garden ;)

ewok1993 said...

That is indeed very pretty. And how unique for a fountain.

Tranquility said...

That is a beautiful fountain - and a great photo!

J Bar said...

It certainly is beautiful.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Giovanna said...

What a cute fountain! I have never seen anything like that before : )

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Oh, I enjoyed this so much... lovely fountain. What is that noise that sounds like something is being chewed??? LOL! I thought I was hearing things. I thought maybe it was a giant grasshopper I was going to have to swat! ;-) See my post to understand that.

Happy Outdoor Wed...

XO,

Sheila :-)

Tricia said...

I've never seen such a fountain - So creative & beautiful! It's truly unique!

Have a wonderful WW!

luna miranda said...

that is quite a unique design for a fountain. colorful, too. thanks for sharing.

Tammie Lee said...

wonderful water feature, so unique.

bettyl said...

That's a lovely photo! Bright colors and lots of water!!

Becky K. said...

Delightful design.
So very pretty!

Have a happy day!

Becky K.
Hospitality Lane

Jessica said...

that is gorgeous! i want one..lol!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Yyam, this is absolutely beautiful. Happy Outdoor Wednesday.

Barb

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

I could imagine standing and watching and listening to this great fountain.

thanks for sharing...

TTFN~~Claudia ♥

Arija said...

My cup floweth over...

Fifi Flowers said...

What a FUN fountain!

Mary said...

It is a stunning image of a statue that has obvious meaning to the people of Malaysia. Thanks for sharing it with us.

Really Rainey said...

I loved Kuala Lumpur! I want there about 10 years ago on a business trip.. when hubby told me we were going there I had to look it up on my Atlas! Did you climb the stairs to the caves where they do the piercing ceremony and wash away all your sins? Did the monkeys get you? That fountain is incredible!
Great post!
I hope you have a fabulous week!
~Really Rainey~

Light and Voices said...

In Illinois we have Buckingham Fountain. This fountain you posted is fantastic! I hope I can see it someday.
Joyce M

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

what a lovely fountain!
Hugs and blessings,

Judy said...

I really like that fountain! The way the bowls are stacked precariously - well, it looks that way! I am sure thay are actually very well attached to each other! And the colours are so bright, and then the action of the water!!

Frugal Fine Living said...

The fountain is just beautiful! Whoever designed it is certainly very creative. Thanks for sharing it.

Jane

Regina said...

Beautiful!
happy outdoor.

Post a Comment

Thanks for visiting my blog and taking time to leave a comment. I really appreciate it. Please ignore the word verification. It's just there by default.

Cheers, Yvonne.

>
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

LinkWithin

Pin It