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... Gemma? This will have to wait until tomorrow as closed before we got there and we were sidetracked by a spectacular fountain show set to music,with changing colours, outside the KLCC building at the foot of the Petronas Towers. 14th Mar - Leisurely start to the day and it looks to be a hot one, more so than yesterday. After breakfast we seek out a 1.5km elevated walkway which has AC and takes you to various other parts of the city. This ...
... greedy locals who just want those tourist dollars.
From what I saw, Kuala Lumpur is MUCH cleaner than a lot of the other places I've been, and it is definitely much more diverse. It's primarily Muslim, and the local population is made up of Malays, Chinese, and Indians. And this may sound odd, but this was the first time I really saw black tourists. In the whole month I spent in Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia, I am positive that I saw less than ...
Sunny 35 / 26
Breakfast consisted of beans and wieners and a mamosa. Time to pack the suitcase as leaving KL for Singapore by bus. Before leaving we took the monorail around the city to see it from a different view, this would be a great solution for Halifax. There is a variety of very large trees all over the city. Had lunch at what had become our local in KL.
The bus ...
... clouds, and see the South China Sea in its navy blue color and some stuffs in the archipelago in my bird's-eye view. See how great the Creator is. :)
(After 3 1/2 hours of travel...)
WELCOME TO THE MALAYSIA'S TERRAIN! (PAK!)
And for you to peep some of the best destinations, cultures, foods, and nature of Kuala Lumpur I am going to tour you in the country of TRULY ASIA! :)
... a victory if ever there was one. Thrilled by the success, we returned to the Chinatown market and started again. Unfortunately nothing came to fruition. We even failed to haggle the massage parlour into a 50% off deal. For dinner, we attempted to go local by walking to the night market. In my mind it would be a centre of hustle and bustle; the hum of dinner conversation and smells of street food crashing over you as a wave of ambiance. It was, ...