I received this Official Postcrossing card from Malaysia! I really like these kinds of cards that outline the shapes of the countries using words. In this case, they are words and names associated with the country. What we’re looking at is a cityscape view of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. Its name translates to something like “muddy confluence” (although there are a few variations) as it sits on the confluence (or merging point) of the Gombak River (from the north) and the Klang River (from the northeast). As you can see, the city has skyscrapers aplenty. This city has what you might expect a country’s capital and largest city to have: amazing sights, historical buildings, shopping malls, dining spots, and tourist attractions. One such attraction that is highly visited is the Petronas Twin Towers, depicted on the left side of this card. At over 450 m high and with 88 stories, it is the world’s tallest twin building. The towers offer visitors an observation deck, guided tours, and exhibits of the city and building’s history. In the middle of the towers, you can see there’s a skybridge, which is also the highest two-story skybridge in the world. Fun fact: the building was designed by architect César Pelli, who, with the guidance of the prime minister, created the towers in the layout of an eight-pointed star, or Rub el Hizb, an important symbol in Islamic culture. Thank you very much for this lovely postcard!