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Malaysia Essay

354 words - 2 pages

A Trip to Malaysia
Travelling is a sense of adventure that excites people, and also is a big chance for us to learn about other cultures and the way people live their lives. While many tourists travel to France, England or some famous countries in Europe, fewer travel to a small country in Asia. As someone who loves to explore and enjoy new things, 3 years ago in the summer, my boyfriend and I decided to backpack to Malaysia. It was a fantastic trip and an amazing experience for us that you ...view middle of the document...

  When we arrived into Kuala Lumpur, we headed straight to the Petronas Twin Towers, which are also known as the world’s tallest tower. They are an impressive icon of the capital of Malaysia that are visible from about everywhere in the city, and dominate the night sky. The Petronas Twin Towers are 1,483 feet tall, have 88 stories, and were completed in 1998. The architecture was very magnificent from the outside, especially at night, they look like ice sculptures. The most attractive architecture of the tower is that at the 41st and 42nd level, there is a skybridge connecting the two towers. The bridge is 170 meters above the ground, 58 meters long and weighs 750 tons. My boyfriend and I drove the high-speed lift that zooms up to the skybridge on the 41st floor; we walked across the skybridge to take some pictures and we really enjoyed the guided tour of the skybridge. After that, we got taken up to the Observation Desk on the 86th floor, which we could see the beautiful and spectacular night views of Kuala Lumpur city when all the lights were turned on. During the evening, there is a fountain show on the lake. The lake area is surrounded by walkways and gardens. A little further away is extensive children’s play area and public pool, on the concourse surrounding the towers are many up market...

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