Usually bustling with activity, the streets of Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur are now eerily still.
There are only a handful of people in KL Sentral as the government's movement control order takes effect.
Two men stop for a chat after buying their breakfast in Brickfields, where most of the shops have closed.
The road along Dataran Merdeka is usually packed with tourists but now, only vehicles are seen moving about.
The neon lights at Changkat in Bukit Bintang shine down on empty roads as the government's movement control order kicks in at the mainstay of Kuala Lumpur's nightlife.
A handful of customers enjoy one last meal at McDonald's, Bukit Bintang, before the movement control order prohibiting all dine-in meals takes effect.
The Petronas Twin Towers is as impressive as ever, but there's hardly anyone around to appreciate it.
Just before midnight, people begin leaving the KLCC area where taxi drivers wait to ferry them home.
A worker passes behind a large banner at a nasi kandar outlet informing would-be customers that the shop will remain open for take-away orders.
A lone car passes along the road leading to Shah Alam's most famous landmark, the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque.
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