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... friend and her husband for a great dinner and gain a greater understanding of the cultural history of Malaysia's diverse population. They showed me Brickfields- Little India and one of the few remaining areas with traditional style houses. Now the neighborhood is near a large expat community and the buildings are on the verge of extinction.
On the last day before bidding Malaysia adieu ...
... the Petrona towers from a distance and they didn't look as good as you would be led to believe given they used to be the tallest building in the world. We decided to walk across the city to the towers. An advantage of being one of the tallest buildings in the world is its easy to get to (as can see them from all points). Well we reached the bottom of what were clearly very impressive (not unimpressive as previous thought) towers. They ...
... about 5am until I can finally crawl into my bed – and I want to see Kuala Lumpur tomorrow! We only have two days, so I don't have time to be tired... I guess we'll have to up the caffeine intake to get us through.
We only just caught the bus from Suzhou to Shanghai Pudong by the skin of our teeth (which is a really weird phrase thinking about it...). We didn't know the bus timetable until we were walking to the bus stop and I thought it might be an idea to check ...
... feeling full we made a second attempt to enter the national mosque and found a second time that it wasn't open to non-Muslim tourists at the time we arrived. Pretty annoying, but to save the trip being wasted, we popped into the nearby butterfly park. I don't actually like butterflies. I know they're beautiful but they scare me! They flap around erratically and fly into things. However, l thought it was about time to man up and get over it. There weren't ...