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An easy virtual cache in a stunning location in KL
This is the first cache in KL and I've reluctantly made it a virtual, as the location would arouse quite a lot of suspicion.
The spot is very well placed and would be a pleasure to visit by day or night. I first visited this spot on a quiet Saturday and took the cache coords on a hot, busy evening.
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Look up! Who designed them? How tall are they? Why are they that shape?
To your right is an interesting feature, in a geometrical shape. What shape is it? Extra credit for counting the elements.
Finally, look behind (S). There are three interesting, old trees. What species are they? Latin names, please.
I hope this cache gives you an excuse to visit what for me is a fascinating, vibrant, friendly city. I would have loved for this to be a physical cache and actually took one with me. The area is so clean and busy and so heavily patrolled by wardens that I thought it would be safer to stick with a virtual, at least for now. Please feel free to upgrade this to a physical at any appropriate time and let me know, so I can archive this one.
Enjoy the hunt!
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