All lit up

Thousands of lanterns illuminate the Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations. While the temple is usually open to the public, it has closed its doors due to the recent MCO 2.0. GLENN GUAN/The Star

We won!

Korea’s Lee Yong Dae-Kim Gi Jun celebrates after defeating China’s Liu Yu Chen-Li Jun Hui in the men’s doubles final of the Malaysian Masters at the Axiata Stadium in Bukit Jalil, January 12, 2020. GLENN GUAN/The Star

Spread Love

Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur lighted up its rooms in the shape of hearts as a sign of support to frontliners working tirelessly throughout the MCO period. The initiative was to spread love and strive together as one for a better and safer nation. The iconic Petronas Twin Towers’ reflection can be seen on the building next to Traders from the KLCC park which has been sealed off from the public. Other hotels including Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur and Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur have also joined in on showing support to frontliners. GLENN GUAN/The Star

Happy New Year Malaysia

Happy New Year Malaysia: Spectacular display of fireworks lighting up the night sky from Traders Hotel around Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur with a dazzling array of colorful showers, to usher the new year at the stroke of midnight. GLENN GUAN/The Star