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... the station in about 3-4 mins directly via a walk way so we didn't even need to go outside. Very convenient in Asia in rain season!
The Batu Caves are (unsurisingly) a set of caves set on some cliffs on the outskirts of KL. There is a huge set of steps that lead up to the cave entrance guarded by a huge golden statue. What makes it interesting are the hundreds of monkeys that gorge themselves in tourist sandwiches and other items every day. We headed up the ...
... him, very confused as to how I’d managed to get my hands on 12 other peoples boarding cards. I explained what I’d done and the fact that the machine had an issue. We then printed our bag tags and had to wait 20 minutes before the desks were open to drop our bags off.
Edd and Cip got something to eat, but I wasn’t hungry yet so just had a strawberry shake. They hadn’t blended the ice well enough and it kept getting stuck in ...
... 35 ringits and only taking thirty minutes, it was by far better to do this than take a cab! We knew we would have to get another train but at least we would be in the central of KL. The train was air conditioned, abit too much for our standards but we will not moan at that. We arrived to KL Sentral and it was like King's Cross station. It was late in the evening now and We were lost in it, not knowing what train we were supposed to get or knowing much about the public transport, ...
... just wait in departure. Boarding was announced. I went to find out what was happening. You don't need this sort of tension. It arrived. But we had missed the boarding first and was last in the queue, never mind we had the important thing. Flight was OK, but not up-to BA standards, no drinks menu, no mention of London Pride. The seats were very nice, enjoyed going up and down. After a sleep we awoke over Australia. Looking out window at the desert ...
... through the shops and down to the train station.
Bought our return tickets to Batu Caves for 8myr for the 2 of us, can't believe how cheap transport is here.
Train took about 30mins, then it was a short walk to the caves entrance (no charge for admission). walked up the massive set of stairs, stopping o check out the view and the monkeys.
We wandered through the caves, which are ...