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MALAYSIA - Malacca From Taming Sari Tower

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Taming Sari Tower is a recent attraction of Malacca. From a height of 80 above the ground, it is possible to see the whole city which is a UNESCO Heritage site. 

It is the first 360-degree revolving viewing tower in Malaysia. The ride lasts 7 minutes.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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