Beautiful pavilion in Putrajaya lets Malaysians 'escape' to Morocco

Located within the Botanical Gardens, the Moroccan Pavilion is designed to showcase the rich arts and architecture of Morocco. — Tourism Malaysia

IT takes about 14 hours to fly to Morocco from Malaysia. But with international borders still closed, the next best option for a Middle Eastern holiday during this pandemic can be found at the administrative capital of the country.

Hidden within the Putrajaya Botanical Gardens is the Moroccan Pavilion, a fantastical venue that gives visitors the impression they are in the “Santorini of Africa”.

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