Alright, we’re not gonna lie – we’re absolute chickens when it comes to heights. Seriously, we feel faint just going up an escalator!
So, you can imagine that our souls practically escaped our bodies when we saw this latest series of photos posted by local photographer/daredevil, Keow Wee Loong.
Now, in his latest adventure, the local photographer decided to take things to a higher level (pun intended) and climbed to the top of the Exchange 106, which is still under construction!
Soon to be Malaysia’s tallest skyscraper, the Exchange 106 is being built at an incredible pace and is set to be completed by June 2018. So, it’s pretty surprising that despite it still being built, Keow decided to make his way to the top. The breathtaking shots were totally worth it, though!
An excerpt from his Facebook post reads,
“Today we have a new tower, the tower unlike no others, the one above all, The Exchange 106. For the past 19 years the Petronas Twin Towers have always been the tallest building in Malaysia and the Southeast Asia region, today the Exchange 106 has rewritten history.”
“One of the buildings with the most magnificent views. Kuala Lumpur is booming and becoming a futuristic city. #Malaysiaboleh”
If this is what his shots look like when the building hasn’t finished construction yet, then we can’t wait to see what else he has in store when the Exchange 106 is officially completed!
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