Malaysia’s CopyCat Version of “Hong Kong” 

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It seems that in Malaysia copying other places is the norm. However, not all that is copied is a good thing. Take for example, this mini Hong Kong monstrosity that starts from RM470,000 per unit. This development is currently being auctioned off. 

Netizens are questioning city planners and the local authority in approving a project of such scale in a busy location. Some are even stating that the roads and public transportation system are up to capacity as it is without occupancy from these mega apartments. 

Some netizens accuse developments as such to drop in value once completed as they claim that the developers wouldn’t care about their customers after purchase. The thought of living in one of these extremely tall apartments is a scary one, what would happen if one catches on fire? How would you get down safely? 

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