27 Buildings In KL And Putrajaya Lit Up In Blue As A Tribute To All Frontliners

Did You Spot Any?

Hello foodies! As we all go through the battle of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of the hard work is attributed to our fellow frontliners. This is because they have to work tirelessly round the clock to keep Malaysians safe. So, as a way to show a token of appreciation to those who have battled in the front line, 27 buildings across KL & PJ were lit up in blue.


#LightItBlue Campaign Shows Appreciation To All Frontliners

This is part of the #LightItBlue campaign that took place from April 30th to May 3rd. Essentially, this campaign will have buildings lighted up in blue as a token of appreciation to the frontliners. Although this campaign is now over, we still can’t help but marvel at how meaningful this campaign was.

Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: AstroAwani
Light It Blue Campaign
Picture: AstroAwani
Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: AstroAwani

On one hand, it is to thank all the frontliners who have given their all in this battle. On the other hand, it’s also a great way to unite and bring fellow Malaysians closer. Blue is the chosen colour because it’s the official colour of the medical field. Here’s a list of the buildings that took part in the campaign.

Light It Blue Campaign
Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: AstroAwani

Kuala Lumpur: 

  1. Kuala Lumpur City Hall Building 1 & 3
  2. Dataran Merdeka
  3. Saloma Link Bridge
  4. River of Life
  5. Selected ITIS Screens
  6. Petronas Twin Towers
  7. TRX Buildings
  8. Menara DBKL
  9. MRCB
  10. KPJ Hospital
  11. Maybank
  12. Platinum Suites
  13. National Mosque
  14. Wilayah Mosque
  15. Al-Bukhari Foundation Mosque
  16. Masjid Jamek Ibnu Khaldun
Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: @trxmycity (Twitter)
Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: @stevanraj (Instagram)


  1. Prime Minister’s Office
  2. Perdana Putra
  3. Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex
  4. MCMC
  5. Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources
  6. Menara SPR
  7. Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC)
  8. Zenith Hotel
  9. Putrajaya Bridge
  10. Seri Saujana Bridge
  11. Seri Wawasan Bridge
Light It Blue Campaign

Photo: @FirdausAzil (Twitter)
Light It Blue Campaign
Photo: AstroAwani

Thank You, Frontliners!

So, which of these blue buildings did you managed to spot last week? Share with us some photos! Although the campaign is over but it’s one campaign that will make a mark in every Malaysian’s heart.

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