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Malaysia 2020

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Kuala Lumpur

A skyline punctuated by minarets, Mogul-style domes and skyscrapers; colorful, food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan trees – this is Kuala Lumpur.

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George Town

Combine three distinct and ancient cultures with indigenous and colonial architecture, shake for a few centuries, and garnish with some of the best food in Southeast Asia, that is George Town.

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A thrilling cocktail of Asian cultures in Penang. It has long served as the link between Asia’s great kingdoms and an important outlet to the markets of Europe and Western Asia.

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The peacock of Malaysian cities, Malacca / Melaka City preens with its wealth of colorful trishaws, home-grown galleries and crimson colonial buildings.

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Malacca Chinatown

Malacca Chinatown is extremely picturesque and invokes a sense of nostalgia but the bigger attraction is the culture and even the people.

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Masjid Selat Melaka

This gold-domed mosque overlooks the Strait of Malacca from its shoreside perch on an artificial island. Completed in 2006, the mosque's grand archways are panelled with stained glass. When water levels are high, it appears to float.

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Jonker Street Night Market Malacca

From coconut ice-cream to curried fish balls, pineapple tart to street-performance art, there are so many things to do at Jonker Street Night Market (and eat and drink!)

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