MALAYSIA MINNATURE

MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country’s melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country’s multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia’s 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country’s lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country’s melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country’s multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia’s 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country’s lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country’s melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country’s multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia’s 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country’s lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature MalaysiaÕs gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the countryÕs melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the countryÕs multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from MalaysiaÕs 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the countryÕs lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. adib rawi yahya/theSun

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

Visitora take a photograph at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

MinNature worker install the miniature Malaysian Flag and do a little bit touch up at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

Visitora take a photograph at MinNature Malaysia gallery at Sungei Wang Plaza, Kuala Lumpur. The 12,000 square foot space, set to open on February 29, will take visitors on an exciting journey that showcases the country melting pot of cultures in shrunken form. Drawing inspiration from the country multiracial heritage, MinNature founder Wan Cheng Huat led a team of 37 artists to construct models based on three themes: Malaysian cuisine, scenes of everyday life, and birds-eye-view models of distinct architectures from Malaysia 13 states. Wan hopes the gallery can resonate with both tourists and locals alike while inspiring people to visit the country lesser-known destinations and discover its hidden gems. photo adib rawi yahya

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