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Kuala Lumpur, seems to be a place of contrasts. Incredible skyscrpaers and shopping malls adorning the central central districts, and then chaos on unwieldly roads and signs of poverty on the other. The contrast really gave the city an interesting kick, which I quite liked on my days 1.5 day stay here, which I'll now recount, starting from where I left off in the Time Hotel in Nilai.
Checking out and hopping in my taxI (I had to crane my head to fit in), i noticed ...
... and we sampled the local Irish pub and a very good British restaurant (!). Exhausted and with hacking mountain coughs, that was about all we managed in our first day in Malaysia.
Spin me round, round....
As if we weren't dazed and confused enough we opted the next day for a well deserved lie in followed by brunch at the Menara, famed for its 360 degree rotating restaurant with views of the city and the famous Twin Petronas towers. Though the ...
... dining time I first noticed a cavalcade of police cars and motor bikes take several tours around the next block up, then around the block opposite. An impressive sight all with lights flashing and travelling at a reasonably quick and constant speed. It wasn't until they were gone that we realised that all other traffic had stopped. Guessing someone important must have been travelling in the area and this was part of security keeping the roads cleared. Mail posted: Lily, Asha & ...
... 360 meters we got a great view of the sprawling mess that is Kuala Lumpur. As well as enjoying the views, we did do a cheeky bit of stalking through the highly-zoomed binoculars on offer. We saw a man sunning himself on a rooftop pool and our personal favourite- an older western man with his young asian escort at their hotel window- thankfully taking a break in proceedings! He looked like he was educating her ...
... br> We checked in at Sunshine Bedz, our hostel for the next two nights. We also booked this right after we booked our flight. This hostel is in an area that is similar to NYC and NY's Chinatown. Mix of both. The feel of it at least. Huge TVs, large buildings, tons of people walking around, and lots of people trying to buy whatever they sell. The feel was a bit more pushy than Singapore.
It is a Malaysian custom to take off your shoes before entering a home or place ...