These buildings encompass the most distinctive architecture I have ever seen in my lifetime.
I think to myself, there are so many buildings here I find it hard to believe that man is capable of putting them up, but on the other hand alsond knocking them down.
Some are here to shop and hunt for bargains while some are here to take a leisurely stroll on a Saturday night.
The youngsters would take this time to hang out with their friends, enjoying the fiesta-like atmosphere. Our night markets are quite different from the flea markets of Europe.
As you stagger up those stairs to the city streets and you capture that first breath of city air, you declare to yourself, this is Freedom!
The buildings are so astonishingly tall and eye-catching.The buildings look like they had plunged from God's hands and landed in one spot, where else but in New York City. Everyone is different in their ownere way of style.As I make my way down the city street, I feel overwhelmed by people walking and talking in scores of different languages. Let me tell you something, this big place called "New York" is the capital of all the new fashions and old fads.As for children, there are ice cream stalls, burgers, and sweets of all shapes and sizes.At the other end of the street, there will be a few textile stalls.There is also a famous makcik who sells trendy clothes, colorful scarves and tudung of various patterns and colors.Shoppers who to the night market come from as far as the nearby towns.What styles I might find either peculiar or eccentric usually becomes what I start to copy in later years when it becomes starts being the local fashion of my town.What I am trying to say is that New York is the inventor of all invertors.I perceive New York City as a carefree expression of freedom. Night markets or pasar malam can be found everywhere in Malaysia, from big cities like Kuala Lumpur to a small town like Slim River, where I live.