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3 Biggest Things In The World

The neighbor country? Who doesn’t know this country located in Southeast Asia?In fact, one of the cobra kings in Malaysia could grow up to 5 meters long before being killed in World War II. In fact, one of the cobra kings in Malaysia could grow to a length of 5 meters before being killed in World War II. The country is a federation and is part of the 13 states and three alliance territories in Southeast Asia. This time I’m going to talk about not much, indeed, the three biggest things in the world, which Malaysia has. Cool, right! At least, although not in Indonesia, as a Southeast Asian community, certainly proud.

Well, here are the three. Check this out!

1. Mulu Caves National Park

Mulu Caves National Park

Mulu Caves National Park is home to one of the longest network of caves in the world. At the UNESCO world heritage site since 2000, there is the longest underground space in the world, the Sarawak Chamber, which is capable of loading forty Boeing 747 aircraft.

It is inconceivable how broad it is …

Malaysia

In Mulu, you can also see one of the largest cave passages in the world, Deer Cave, which can contain five cathedrals the size of St. Church. Paul in London. Another major attraction is Clear Water Cave, the longest cave in Southeast Asia. The massive caves here are home to millions of bats and swallow caves, which will flock to the forest every evening!

2. King Cobra

The King Cobra

Malaysia is one of the largest habitats of Ophiophagus hannah, one of the fiercest species of the king cobra. In fact, one of the cobra kings in Malaysia could grow up to 5 meters long before being killed in World War II.

3. Petronas Tower

Menara Petronas

Petronas was awarded the 88-story tower (more than 400 meters) in 1998-2004. Inside, Skybridge is provided to connect the twin towers. You can find this bridge on the 41st and 42nd floors of the Petronas Twin Towers, which means it depends on the height of 170 meters above the ground. Wow!

Petronas Twin Tower

The nearly 60-meter long bridge also weighs 750 tons. If examined closely, this bridge is not connected dead/patent on the building but is designed to have a flexible gap can move in and out to adjust to the risk of tower shake. The wobble is indeed susceptible to skyscrapers. With this design, the bridge is more flexible and not easily damaged when hit by strong winds. Cool!

 

And to the amazement too, the Petronas tower has a total of 32,000 windows, 40 elevators, and 20 escalators. However, even as a tourist attraction, the Petronas Twin Towers were apparently only accessible to the public up to the 41st floor because the floor above was an office. So, you could say Malaysia has the highest office building which is also a famous tourist destination of all time!

 

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