The Saloma Link is a 68m long pedestrian bridge between Lorong Raja Muda Musa 3 and Lorong Saloma across AKLEH Highway. The bridge architectural concept would resemble “Sirih Junjung” (betel nut leaf arrangement) which reflected the Malay culture. The bridge was designed by Veritas Architects Sdn Bhd, based in Kuala Lumpur and the construction was completed in early 2020. With the completion of the bridge, pedestrians can walk from Kampung Baru to KLCC is about 15 minutes.
Getting to Saloma Link is quite easy. Best way to get there with the Rapid KL LRT and get off at Kampung Baru Station. Saloma Link is just next door to the station, on the left. No need to worry about parking. But, if you choose to drive, you can park your car along the road outside of the station (not legal) (GPS: 3.161190, 101.707501), if you can find a spot. Alternatively, you can park at the open carpark behind Menara Public Bank (GPS: 3.160821, 101.709582) from Jalan Ampang and walk across the bridge over Klang River. You can be sure that there will be plenty of people there, so, better be early if you're planning to shoot the sunset there.
I had used two setups here. I've used the SONY a7RIV camera and the SEL1635GM as well as SEL1224G lenses for the still shots, while for my timelapse, I used the SONY a9 camera with the SEL1224G.
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