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HERE are My Paper's favourite facts on Malaysia unearthed by Ezra Said on the show:
KL'S RAILWAY STATION IS READY FOR WINTER
Believe it or not: Kuala Lumpur's iconic railway station was built to withstand snow, despite Malaysia's tropical climate all year round.
That's because the iconic building, which was designed by British architect Arthur Benison Hubback, was built to British standards back in 1910.
IT HAS THE WORLD'S BIGGEST COCKROACH INFESTATION
If you hate roaches, you'd want to avoid Gomantong Caves in Sabah.
That's where the highest density of cockroaches worldwide live - the caves are teeming with millions of the creepy-crawlies.
And just to up the ick factor, the caves are also the living space of thousands of bats (and their stinky droppings, or guano). Eek.
IT'S THE LEADING CENTRE IN STUDY OF BATS
The next time you tuck into some fragrant durian, thank bats for its quality.
See, fruit-eating bats are actually the main pollinators of the durian flower.
And Malaysia is tops in the study of bats, thanks to the diversity of species available there. In the Krau Wildlife Reserve in Pahang, for instance, some 69 species of bat - including endangered ones - can be found within just 3 sq km.
IT HAS A CEMETERY - FOR PETS
Located in Semenyih, Selangor, Nirvana Memorial Park provides "door to grave" services for pet owners whose furry friends have died. So far, only dogs and cats have been buried there.
Chinese pet owners even visit the animals' graves during the Qing Ming Festival to burn offerings for their dearly departed.
Sweet, but a tad creepy.