Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur

After Melaka we got on the coach to Kuala Lumpur which took about 2 hours. Kuala Lumpur is incredibly big and packed full of people. We stayed at the Swiss inn in China Town so had to get the metro from the bus station to the hotel. We had to cram ourselves onto the packed metro which was an experience! Navigating was pretty easy and we soon enough made it to China Town and our hotel. The first thing we did was go to the Petronas town the tallest twin towers in the world. We payed to go to the observation floor 86 floors up. You can see for miles and the views were just breathe taking. If you’re nervous about heights it can be a bit daunting and you can feel the building move with the wind.

We then visited Batu Caves which was a 30 minute train ride from the city centre.  While At Batu Caves I was in awe at how the Hindu shrines and temples were incorporated within the caves it was one of the best attractions in KL and I recommend it. There was even a cave next to it which you could go in with a tour guide for about 25 Ringit and see creatures that live in the cave, including bats and spiders! We then some great vegetarian South Indian food and the waiters even shown us how to eat it properly with our hands. We then headed back into the city and went to a bar on top of a helicopter pad and drank beer with a great view of the towers and city. There were no sign posts to the bar and the drinks were expensive but the other people their looked really rich.

My adventures in Asia were so great you can see my Singapore and Melaka posts here. Hopefully I’ll get to go back soon and explore even more.

Thanks,

Jamie.

Twitter and Instagram: @JamieArathoon

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6 Replies to “Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia”

  1. Enjoy your last day and take those wonderful experiences with you luv! Love your blogs and photographs, Malaka looks a fascinating place. The temples so colourful. Safe journey luv, I don’t envy you having to take three planes. Keep safe, love Gt Aunty Jan & Les xxOO

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  2. Look forward to your impressions of America. Les and I loved New York and New Jersey where Carl lived. Thinking of you, take care love Gt Aunty Jan & Les xxOO

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  3. Hope you have a good last day the temples look stunning love your pics could do without the long haul back maybe you will get some sleep on the plane have a safe journey you will certainly have some stories to tell when your back home lul xxx 😊👍

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