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... They also had some cool technology that allowed you to scan your ticket with a web cam and see diagrams of the towers on a screen with you in the picture.
After our tower tour, we just had time for a driving tour of Kuala Lumpur with a few photo stops. We saw the National Mosque, the Lake Gardens (including the bird park and the botanical gardens), the old British Train Station, Chinatown, the Cathedral of St. Mary, the KL Tower and more. It is really ...
... Cake with a coffee. Still with time to kill, let's go and see the old Mosque. The mono rail station is through the mall. It was so crowded. There is a M&S in this mall, maybe it was crowded with people returning Christmas presents. Got train to Mosque. We were a bit silly, Sylvia did have a scarf, but there were other things to see. One of them being Malaysia's tallest flag pole! Back at hotel we decided to get a cab to airport. It is one hour ...
The flight from the Gold Coast to KL went fine. An overnighter so no time wasted although I don't really like it. My neck is stuffed from sleeping in a weird position but it will be put right later on. Sitting having a coffee in the airport waiting for the next flight to Brunei. We only had a couple of hours between flights so again no big ...
Today we started off in search for the Imbi market, a wet market that is supposed to be a great place for breakfast for both locals or tourists. This market is also known as Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang- but the websites I looked at said it is commonly known as the Imbi market by locals. This would prove to be somewhat of an exaggeration as we would later find out!
We hoped on the Purple KL bus which has a stop ...
... hitch hiking confidence we stuck out our muddy thumbs and were happy to find that the second car stopped to let us hop in. This car had three girls from KL in who were in the highlands on holiday. They not only dropped us back right outside the hostel but also gave us a pot of chilli guava to take with us. Before parting the highlands for KL we made it to the Jungle Bar that evening (nothing like you would imagine, but better, as we sat around a log fire drinking a cold beer and ...
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