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Flights were good food and service good and got a free tumbler of wine with each meal we had except breakfast, couldn't understand that.
Well not much today, we have eventually arrived in KL 20.40. Managed to get a bus from airport to KL senteral an hours journey cost us £1.60 ...
... a suitable tip and was told it was unnecessary. The local currency was the ringat? and worth about 40c NZ ( I connected to the hotel wifi and checked). I asked if there was atm at hotel but apparently none - I could go to the airport - 3 minutes by buggy or 5 minutes walk. After all the sitting in the airplane the previous day I opted to walk - long enclosed corridors and a bit humid, I got offered rides by passing buggies (a free service for the hotel I gather) ...
... of Little India, including another market, and some food vendors. Food highlights of day one included curry puffs (indian hot pockets), falafel sandwiches, pineapple curry, and some Malaysian tempeh dish. Day two of our adventure included more cultural immersion as we set out early on the train to Batu Caves, one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India. This is a large series of Hindu shrines at the base of a set of steep cliffs ...
... while saying "auspicious wishes" (吉祥话 jíxiáng huà) as each ingredient is added, typically related to the specific ingredient being added. For example, phrases such as niánnián yŏuyú (年年有余; "may there be abundance year after year") are uttered as the fish is added, as the Chinese word for "surplus" or "abundance" (余 yú) sounds the same as the Chinese word for "fish" (鱼 yú). All diners at ...
... at the park. We had lunch and caught the two thirty bus back to KL.
I don't know what was different last time as opposed to now, but we see Malaysia in a new way. It doesn't feel as pricy as it did before as we ate most of our meals for under $6 give or take depending on which dollar you choose and the trains are max $1 a trip. It is cleaner and there is a bit more order than its Asean counterparts. We left with a new and better vibe about the place.
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