Where in the World (7)

Last weeks “planet” is shown below in its undistorted state. Once the two towers are identified as the Petronas Towers it is fairly easy to identify the city as Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. It is a shopaholics paradise and is justly famous for its night markets which I shall be writing about in another post in the not too distant future.

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Kuala Lumpur
© Wong Sze Fei – source: Depositphotos.com

Only one person guessed correctly though generally the guesses centred round the Far East. This weeks winner was Adrian Driscoll (@caxtonia) who submitted his answer via Twitter. Well done Adrian.

This weeks “planet” is a little more difficult. It’s another waterfront city and is a view (in its undistorted state) you might see coming from the city’s airport.

Where do you think it is? Leave your guess in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW7. The answer will be posted next week along with another “planet”. Good luck.

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