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Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur The Heart of the Land nad the City oL země a město kontrastů
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Published: 10.7.2020

The dominant feature of the Malaysian capital is certainly the tallest double building in the world - Petronas Twin Towers. There are long queues in front of it, because while you are here, you want to walk along the glass bridge at a height of 170 m, which connects the two buildings. In the center, modern skyscrapers mix with brick houses and secluded streets, which gives the city its specific color. But tourists are also attracted by the Hindu cave temples Batu Caves, about 20 minutes away by train. If you are lucky, you will come here at the time of prayer.

 

Text and video: Matouš Vinš





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