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Just a 2 hour flight from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur (KL). I caught the express train from KLIA2 to KL Sentral. It was a saturday afternoon, and KL sentral was packed with people. I had to line up for a metro ticket in the crowds for 10 minutes. I checked into my hotel and had a look around. I went to Mid Valley Mega Mall and had Nandos for dinner. …
... watching the kids chase the seagulls on the promise that if they caught one they would get lollies for life. (Click on the Lollies For Life Video) This always works. However, this time Kier managed to find one with a broken wing, separated it from the flock and was chasing it down with a vigour bordering on mania. It's desperate cries were attracting some attention from the on-lookers on the promenade. Into this disturbing scene runs Rana, ...
... I went to see the ''kewl'' city of KL.
Walked around through the whole day...walked... because KL is so small, it would be a shame to take a public transport, even tho some of it in here is free.
As for capital city I find it real cute, quiet and polite. There is no aggressiveness, ( at least I experienced none of it just yet...but then again knowing my luck...uhhh)
Sightseeing in KL surely ...
... thing after having done our tour. Families are very close knit & all come to pray together. Got an awesome shot of a whole family who willingly gathered all the wee ones around. Food wise we were glad we arrived hungry. Back alley where all the locals go for Geria (noodles) & Rose juice which was warm but had ice & lime in it - weird. Later we had what could be described as crepes I guess: Roti, either savoury or sweet, served with Dahl & samba. ...
... view was amazing and the coctails potent!!!
Yesturday we went on a city tour, although I have been here before I was glad we did the tour as I didnt realise how green KL was. On the tour we saw the twin towers, town mosque, went to a chocolate factory (YUM), the handicraft centre, the royal palace, independence square and the museum, it was a good little introduction to the city and helped ...
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