MERDEKA SALOMA BRIDGE

Malaysia’s national flag is seen at Saloma Bridge, Kuala Lumpur during upcoming Merdeka Day celebration 2020. Spanning the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway and Klang River, the 69-metre link lights up like an elongated beacon when night falls, its shell covered in LED lights that cycle through the colour spectrum in prints and patterns including Malaysia’s national flag. The Saloma Link takes its name from the female fashion icon who became the third wife of legendary Malay actor P.Ramlee, both of which lie buried in the Muslim cemetery just a few minutes walk from the bridge. photo adib rawi yahya

Malaysia’s national flag is seen at Saloma Bridge, Kuala Lumpur during upcoming Merdeka Day celebration 2020. Spanning the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway and Klang River, the 69-metre link lights up like an elongated beacon when night falls, its shell covered in LED lights that cycle through the colour spectrum in prints and patterns including Malaysia’s national flag. The Saloma Link takes its name from the female fashion icon who became the third wife of legendary Malay actor P.Ramlee, both of which lie buried in the Muslim cemetery just a few minutes walk from the bridge. photo adib rawi yahya

Malaysia’s national flag is seen at Saloma Bridge, Kuala Lumpur during upcoming Merdeka Day celebration 2020. Spanning the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway and Klang River, the 69-metre link lights up like an elongated beacon when night falls, its shell covered in LED lights that cycle through the colour spectrum in prints and patterns including Malaysia’s national flag. The Saloma Link takes its name from the female fashion icon who became the third wife of legendary Malay actor P.Ramlee, both of which lie buried in the Muslim cemetery just a few minutes walk from the bridge. photo adib rawi yahya

Malaysia’s national flag is seen at Saloma Bridge, Kuala Lumpur during upcoming Merdeka Day celebration 2020. Spanning the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway and Klang River, the 69-metre link lights up like an elongated beacon when night falls, its shell covered in LED lights that cycle through the colour spectrum in prints and patterns including Malaysia’s national flag. The Saloma Link takes its name from the female fashion icon who became the third wife of legendary Malay actor P.Ramlee, both of which lie buried in the Muslim cemetery just a few minutes walk from the bridge. photo adib rawi yahya

Malaysia’s national flag is seen at Saloma Bridge, Kuala Lumpur during upcoming Merdeka Day celebration 2020. Spanning the Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway and Klang River, the 69-metre link lights up like an elongated beacon when night falls, its shell covered in LED lights that cycle through the colour spectrum in prints and patterns including Malaysia’s national flag. The Saloma Link takes its name from the female fashion icon who became the third wife of legendary Malay actor P.Ramlee, both of which lie buried in the Muslim cemetery just a few minutes walk from the bridge. photo adib rawi yahya

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