This dilapidated and rustic building is no longer in use and will be demolished as time calls. The view is fantastic.
Searching for something dusty? Dilapidated? Haunted? Spooky? I have the solution. You just have to reach out for the Pekeliling Apartments near Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur. This quaintly-attractive building is about to be demolished as it does not suit the life of a city center. There are many blocks that you can choose from. Once you have chose the best one, do not be shy to climb up the stairs. Beware of syringes ad broken glasses. It may hurt your feet. For your own safety, better wear shoes rather than slippers. While reaching for the rooftop, watch out for drug addicts.
They may chase you out from the building. As you reach the rooftop,there you go. You can smell the scent of Kuala Lumpur. Watching the panorama of a city and the hustle and bustle of city life. Be fast. Be creative. You should not be up there more than 45 minutes as the administration may see you from below. So move on! How to et there? You just need to get a monorail ticket to Titiwangsa Station or you can also purchase the Putra LRT ticket to Titiwangsa Station too.
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