Heatwave has Malaysians seeking cooler climes


Temperature test: It’s so hot these days that an egg left on a car dashboard will cook (inset).

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are hiding from the heatwave ... in their homes, offices, shopping malls and wherever there is air-conditioning.

Chan Ren Cheian, 25, who works with a publishing company, sought refuge in his air-conditioned office at 11am yesterday although his shift was starting only at 6pm.

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