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tomzcafe posted a photo: Thaipusam, Singapore, Nikkor 75-240/4.5-5.6

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if I can take this, I can take anything

tomzcafe posted a photo: Thaipusam, Singapore, Nikkor 75-240/4.5-5.6

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if I can take this, I can take anything

Thaipusam Singapore 2014

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Thaipusam Singapore 2014

two hours to go

tomzcafe posted a photo: Thaipusam, Singapore, Nikkor 75-240/4.5-5.6

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with family support

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no pain no gain

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Sassy Urbanite's Diary: Cuti Cuti Malaysia 101 – Batu Caves

First few stops as a tourist in Kuala Lumpur apart from the Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves is quite a famous place to experience a different culture. It is a limestone hill with a Hindu shrine inside the cave at the top of hills.

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<b>Batu caves</b>: Kuala Lumpur, malaysia | I am not home!

Despite having travelled endless times to Kuala Lumpur – thanks to the close proximity to Singapore, and the many, cheap buses between the 2 cities – it took me my 10th or 11th trip to finally visit the legendary Batu Caves .

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::: The Travel Photographer :::: Andrea Orioli | <b>Thaipusam</b>

The festival of Thaipusam was brought to Malaysia in the 1800s, when Indian immigrants started to work on the Malaysian rubber estates and the government offices. The festival is celebrated mostly by the Tamil community, …

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::: The Travel Photographer :::: Andrea Orioli | <b>Thaipusam</b>

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