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Monday, March 9, 2009

Jalan Tun H S Lee

Jalan Tun H S Lee, formerly Jalan Bandar and before that it was known as High Street.

The area is well known for it's florists, especially along Hotel Malaya. This florist now occupies 3 shoplots.

Due to it's proximity to China town, it is also popular with back-packers.

Handicrafts are also plentiful, however it's not always Malaysian handicrafts.

This lane is converted into a shopping mall on Sundays.

One of the old buildings, Lee Rubber Building. It now houses a book store. It has been many things in the past, including the branch of a local bank.

One of the newer buildings here.

A Chinese temple. This has a much larger frontage than Yap Ah Loy's temple.

Guardians of the temple.

Food court along H S Lee.

It joins Jalan Petaling at the end and includes a fresh produce market.

The famous Hindu temple is undergoing renovations.

Garlands are made not only using flowers but also using limes.


Shops selling ladies accessories are also abundant here.

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