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  1. Like twin rockets poised to take off, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur is the World's tallest building at 452 metres. Connected by a sky-bridge at the 88th floor, it is the home of Petronas, Malaysia's national oil corporation. Front of the card says "Greetings From Kuala Lumpur". Kuala Lumpur is the Capital of Malaysia. Back of the card it says "Greetings From Malaysia". - By Heritage Postcard. - pttbl.

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  2. The Petronas Twin Towers, rising to the dizzying height of 451.9 meters above sea-level is the tallest building in the world and the foremost landmark in the city of Kuala Lumpur. - By YACINE Collections. - 25458

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  3. The Petronas Twin Towers - Double Pictures, rising to the dizzying height of 451.9 meters above sea-level is the tallest building in the world and the foremost landmark in the city of Kuala Lumpur. - By YACINE Collections. - 41568

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  4. Asy-Syakirin Mosque is known as the "Jewel in the Park". Skilled Uzbekistan craftsmen were employed to render intricate Uzbek's carvings and calligraphy on the interior and the internal facade of the dome. The main prayer hall, the three-storey air-conditioned building can accommodate 2,500 people while the lower prayer hall on the ground floor can accommodate an additional 3,500 people. At the background, the world's tallest tower, the Petronas Twin Tower can be see. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP047

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  5. View Of Kuala Lumpur City. More than any other spot in the country, Kuala Lumpur, or "KL" as it is commonly known, is the focal point of new Malaysia. The city's bustling streets, its shining modern office towers and its cosmopolitan air project as undounded spirit of progress and symbilize Malaysia's unhesitating leap into the future. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP049

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  6. Night View of Kuala Lumpur City. Kuala Lumpur transforms into a veritable wonderland of lights at night, earning its name 'Garden City of Lights". Kuala Lumpur's strategic location in the region has made it an important international centre for trade, business and commercial activities. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP050

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  7. Currently the world's tallest two freestanding towers, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers soar to a dizzying height of 452m above the city skyline. This gleaming architectural delight inspired by the Five Pillars of Islam is the centerpiece of the ultra-modern Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC). - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP051

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  8. Suria KLCC Mall, a huge six-level crescent-shaped shopping mall, opened on May 8th, 1998, nestled at the foot of the world's tallest buildings. The shopping center forms the base of the 99-storey Petrona Twin Towers located in the heart of the capital of Malaysia. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP052

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  9. The Petronas Twin Towers (452 meters high) and the Kuala Lumpur Tower (421 meters high) dominate the Kuala Lumpur skyline as seen from Jalan Ipoh. Petronas Twin Tower is set in Kuala Lumpur City Centre d while Kuala Lumpur Tower sits atop Bukit Nenas (Pineapple Hill). By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP111

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  10. The world's towers, the 88-storey Petronas Twin Towers, are linked by a double-decked skybridge on the 41st and 42nd floors, which is 60 meters long. Adjoining the Towers is the six-level Suria KLCC Mall that has more than 250 stores. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP112

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  11. Standing in Kuala Lumpur's Lake Garden, National Monument was designed by Felix De Weldon. Made of Bronze and standing 15 meters high, it is dedicated to the fallen heroes of the Emergency (1942-1960). - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP101

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  12. Sultan Salahuhddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque - Situated in Shah Alam, the capital city of Selangor State, is truly one of the finest mosques to be found anywhere in the world. Completed in 1988, its minarets, at 142.3 meters, are the tallest in the world, its graceful blue dome is also one of the biggest of its kind. - By Synergy Publishinh Co. - SP014

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  13. Located at Kuala Lumpur's Jalan Damansara, National Museum has murals on either side of its entrance taht depict the culture and history of Malaysia. Its sweeping roof is derived from elements of Minangkabau architecture. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP075

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  14. Kellie's Castle was meant to be a home away from home for Scotish Planter, William Kellie Smith in the 19th Century in Perak. Being far away from home, Kellie desired his new residence to be reminiscent of his home back in Scotland. The Castle is perched on top of a hill of what used to be a rubber estate for this wealthy Scotsman. - By Synergy Co. - SP031

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  15. A giant leatherback TURTLE climbs onshore to lay eggs. This ia an event in the state of Trengganu where it happens once a year and a large corwd of tourists as well as locals flock to see this unique "show". If you had a chance to hold the turtle eggs, it is filmsy and soft. Now the Government of Malaysia controls the situation at the scene of the laying eggs and we can no longer lay our hands on the eggs. - By YACINE Collections. - SPturtle

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  16. Pagoda - Built in 1890 on a hill slope, is the largest Buddhist Temple in Southeast Asia. It consists of a maze of gardens, courts and passages and the seven tier "Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas". The 30 metre pagoda is a mixture of Chinese, Thai and Burmese architecture. The octagonal base is Chinese, the middle tier is Thai and the spiral dome is Burmese design. At the back of the card, there is "Greetings From Malaysia" words in samll fonts. - By Synergy Publishing Company. - SP008

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  17. The holy Festival of Thaipusam is celebrated by acts of self-obnegation in fullfillment of a vow. Thaipusam is celebrated by the Hindus. Malaysia has a Multi-racial and multi-religious society. - By Yacine Collections. # 21242

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  18. Penang By Night - Georgetown is burstling with nightlife after dark. Dining at the top of the tallest tower (has a revolving restaurant) is one example. - By Yacine - 45608

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  19. A roadside hut selling Rambutans and Durians - The King of Local Fruits. The Durian fruit is enjoyed by almost all Locals but we have seen Tourists (foreigners) piching their nose while eating (trying to eat) the fruit. The Durian fruit has a very strong aroma. Most hotels display a sign, not allowing the Durians into the hotels. - By Yacine Collections. - # 18191

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  20. The Orang Asli (aborigines) preparing a meal baking rice/tapioca in bamboo tubes. - By Yacine Collections. - # 18192

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  21. Orang Asli Flute - An Orang Asli (aborigine) plays a nose flute - By Yacine - 19200

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  22. You Seen Antique Gallery. In the State of Malacca, Jalan Gelangang (formely called Jonker Street) is a chock-a-block with antique shops, and the remnants on the once-popular trishaws still survive. This the Historical State of Malaysia with History Portugese, Dutch and the Bristish rulling it. - By Yacine Collections. - # 45607

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  23. Set on a 10,000 hectare piece of land, Kuala Lumpur International Airport boasts of the World's tallest air traffic tower and longest baggage conveyor belt system, and was designed by Kisho Kurokawa. - By Yacine Collections. - # 45610

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  24. Covering a vast area of over 10,000 hectares, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is one of the largest in the world and also one of the most advanced. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP056

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  25. Sprawled over a 10,000 hectare piece of land in Sepang, Kuala Lumpur International Airport was desinged by Kisho Kurokawa and is based on the "Airport-in-the-Forest" and "Forest-in-the-Airport" concept. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP079

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  26. Resembling a giant Bedouin tent, the Terminal Building of Kuala Lumpur International Airport is spread over 241,000 sq. meters and has an annual apacity of 25 million passengers. Hallmarks of its design include conical pillars, steel seiling and granite floor. - Bt Synergy Publishing Co. - SP109

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  27. The main land and Penang Island ("Pearl Of The Orient") is connected by this 13.50 km bridge - the longest in Asia. - By Gecko. - # 908

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  28. Ferry ride - Apart from Penang Bridge, the ferry service is the historical link between Peninsular Malaysia and Peneng Island ("Pearl Of The Orient"). The ferry service is available around the clock for both passengers and vehicles. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP010

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  29. Georgetown's most famous landmark is the cylindrical shaped KOMTAR which houses a viewing gallery on the 55th floor. Located at Jalan Penang in Georgetown, KOMTAR is an acronym for Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP069

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  30. Towering 65 stories high at Jalan Penang in Georgetown, KOMTAR offers a viewing gallery on the 55th floor. Five levels are devoted to shops and restaurants; the rest are occupied by Government offices. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP066

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  31. An ariel view of Georgetown City. Right across the sea is mainland of Peninsular Malaysia. The building that is standing tall above the others is KOMTAR (Complex Tunku Abdul Rahman), named after the first Prime Minister of Malaysia. This structure houses many state and federal government departments and has many shopping arcades. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP009

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  32. Sultan Abdul Samad Building - The unique Moorish-style building, which is also a landmark for Malaysia, has a 41-metre clock tower, dubbed as "Big Ben" of Malaysia. Once served as the Colonial Secretariat office, it now houses the Supreme Courts and High Courts. It was built by A.C. Norman in 1897. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP046

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  33. Facing Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur's Sultan Abdul Samad Building was designed by British architect Anthony Norman; its clock tower rises 40 metres high. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP068

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  34. Night View - The clock tower of Kuala Lumpur's Sultan Abdul Samad Building is known as the "big Ben of Malaysia". Its Moorish architecture was designed by Anthony Norman and the building was completed in 1897. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP080

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  35. Kuala Lumpur skyline with the 421-metre high Kuala Lumpur Tower looming in the background. Seen in the foreground id the umbrella-like shaped roof of the National Mosque, with its 73-metre high minaret. - By Synergy Publishing Co. - SP084

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  36. KL Tower - The fourth tallest telecommunications towers in the world, Kuala Lumpur Tower rises 421 metres into the clouds, its bulbous Tower Head consists of 11 storeys, including a revolving restaurant and an observation platform. - By Yacine - 45609

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  37. Kuala Lumpur Tower - At 421 metres above sea-level, the Kuala Lumpur Tower houses a telecommunication antennae and a world class revolving restaurant with breathking views of the city. - By Yacine - 36484

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  38. The Magnificient Rajah Brooke is Malaysia's National Butterfly and is easily recognizable by its vivid emerald green color. - By Yacine - 23386

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  39. Orang Utan or "Man Of The Forest" found only in the island of Borneo is an endangered species fully protected in Malaysia - By Yacine - 43587

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  40. Male Orang Utan- An adult Orang Utan or "Man Of The Forest" in a contemplative mood ponders the mysteries of life - By Yacine - 23385

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  41. The Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur are formed from a Majestic Limestone Outcrop into a network of Caverns. Thaousands of Hindu Devotees climb the 272 steps to the Cathedral Cave at the top during the annual pilfimage of Thaipusam - By Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park - 151

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  42. The Batu Caves Outside - The Hindu religions festival of Thaipusam is celebrated annually at the Batu Caves, located 11 kms north of the city of Kuala Lumpur, where ascending the 272 steps to the top, the visitor will find a Hindu Shrine - By Yacine - 25455

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  43. Bullock Cart - Adorned with a pointed roof resembling a lorn, the bullock cart was once a popular form of transport in Malacca; now you can still take a ride on it at Ayer Keroh, Malacca in Malaysia - By Yacine - 45608

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  44. Bullock Cart - Elegant and charming bullock carts in Malaysia were an established and important made of transport in years gone by. - By Yacine - 21294

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  45. Trishaw - Penang is one of the few states in Malaysia where the trishaw is still widely used as a leisurely form of transport by local and tourist alike - By Yacine - 26472

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  46. Sarawak Culture - Performing in the Sarawak Culture Village in Kuching, this Iban dancer demonstrates the poetic grace and form of a traditional tribal dance - By Yacine - 37499

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  47. Kite-Making - n expert kite-maker designing a traditional moon kite - By Yacine - 19204.

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  48. Monkey Worker - The coconut plantation workers - the human as instructor and the monkey as climber and harvestor. - By Yacine - 18194

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  50. The trishaw is one of the last bastions of technology and is a charming way to take in the sights and sounds of the island on Penang - "pearl Of The Orient". # SP-017

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  51. Basket weaving is a cottage industry in Malaysia whose traditions go back many centuries. # SP-008

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