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Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur – Traditional Architecture with Skyscrapers in the Background
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Published: 17.1.2019

In the winter months, more and more freezing Europeans are going to warm up in warm regions. In the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur, they often wait for a few hours to change, so they go down the streets. In today's photo gallery, let's see why it's worth pulling the heels out of the airport hall. The sky-rising skyscrapers attract visitors a mile away, but you should also look into the Chinatown and the national mosque. Day and night the city has a completely different charm. But it certainly pays off for a few days.

 

Text: Lenka Bauerová

Photos: Monika Fuchsová

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