Pics or it didn't happen, you ask? 56 photos x 1,600 pandas = PANDA-MONIUM.

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They have travelled all over the world and now, the 1,600 Pandas are gathered in Publika, the final stop of their Malaysian tour after visiting more than 15 iconic locations across the country

The adorable pandas' journey across Peninsular Malaysia began on 21 December last year, with a mission to promote environmental preservation as well as sustainable development for the future generation

The "1,600 Pandas World Tour" started in 2008 as a collaboration between WWF and French sculptor Paulo Grangeon, the father of the 1,600 pandas. The number symbolises the approximate population of living pandas left in the world, which shows how endangered the animals are.

In tandem with the theme "Initiating the Culture of Creative Conservation", the 1600 Pandas are also on a mission to discover the unique culture and tourist attractions across the Peninsular Malaysia.

Fresh off their stint in Hong Kong, the pandas began their journey by crossing the river via bamboo rafts...

... and were welcomed with much pomp and excitement at Dataran Merdeka upon their arrival in Malaysia. Hello there, pandas!

Getting ready to board the train at the KL Railway Station

Having a little fun in the sun at the Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex...

A couple doing a wedding photoshoot with the papier-mâché pandas installation in front of the Perbadanan Putrajaya Complex.

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... before slowly inching their way to Dataran Putrajaya

The pandas in awe of the majestic giant Lord Murugan statue at Batu Caves Temple in Gombak, Selangor

Soaking in a bit of history on the grounds of the famously blue Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion in Penang...

... and kinda sneaked into the mansion for a spectacular photo op

No visit to Penang is complete if you don't stop by iconic heritage sites and age-old jetties

The adorable creatures ushered in Christmas with Penangites at Lebuh Lintang

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Casually hanging out with the people at Taiping Lake, Perak on a warm, sunny day

Picking up seashells in Kuala Sepetang, the largest mangrove forest in Peninsular Malaysia

Like the Menara Jam Condong in Teluk Intan, the pandas will always stand (or sit?) tall!

The pandas look right at home at Gunung Lang, Ipoh a.k.a. Little Guilin of Malaysia

Taking over another heritage site in Malacca's infamous Red Square

A brief stop in Cameron Highlands gave the pandas an opportunity to get closer to nature

Paying homage to our national heroes at the National Monument, KL

Before going to the final stop in their Malaysian tour, the pandas stopped by WWF Malaysia's office for a brief visit

Finally, the pandas are now gathered at Publika Shopping Gallery for a two-week exhibition

Seven special edition Malaysian-themed pandas, each assigned a significant symbol that represents Malaysian culture, are also on display at Publika

Some lucky pandas also got to cuddle alongside some local athletes and celebrities!

Pandas with national shuttlers (from left) Tan Boon Heong, Dato' Lee Chong Wei, and Chong Wei Feng.

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The '1,600 Pandas World Tour' exhibition will be held at Publika until 25 January so you have until then to get up close and personal with the cute pandas!

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