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... of peacocks, cranes, and hardy dah looking birds but all the exotic ones were stuck in small cages. Eventually the closest we were going to get to the hornbills was to have a picture and pay...so that we did..it was pretty coo, until the guy dropped bs camera which left a nice dent. We decided to call it a day after this as we were pretty much over seeing peacocks...we got dropped at the Pavillion, the biggest shopping mall in KL. it is over 6 ...
... on our first 'Air Asia' flight..........as they are the easyjet of Asia we didn't really know what to expect but were very pleasantly surprised so we will happily use them again (which is lucky as they're half as much as they rest)!We arrived into Kuala Lumpur at 5:30pm local time and felt immediately that we had arrived to a far more developed country to the one we had just left. We collected our bags and made our way through the fancy airport to find the luxury, ...
... Bull drivers. Perfect we thought, we should get Lewis' autograph! But in the end the whole situation was a complete shambles! People pushed, shoved and queue jumped like crazed lunatics. In the end, those that had queued, like us, lost out. The lack of organisation was infuriating. But it was good to see most of the drivers up close and we even shook hands with the Marussia drivers (Will Stevens and Roberto Mehi). The race was absolutely brilliant (just a shame Lewis didn't win)! ...
... fuss. When we arrived however, I realised there were monkeys roaming around!! My fear of monkeys is very high since our encounter with them in Ubud so now I avoid them as much as possible other wise I freeze! Poor Jon had to convince me to climb the steps to reach the cave and I'm glad he did, it was really beautiful inside. We didn't stay very long, mainly due to the monkeys, and headed to Butik Bintang - KL's Golden Triangle - for lunch and shopping. ...
... This shows you just how tall the surrounding buildings are in KLCC and the area around the twin towers.
Getting there was a dream come true for me. For years, I had daydreamed about being there and then there I was exploring the exterior, interior, lifts and even ending up in one of the tower’s service stairwells (wrong turn!). I took my time and soaked up the experience of being here despite the stifling heat.