StarPoints Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... giant stone that vaguely resembled a penis. At a few of the Hindu temples we visited we were told that Shiva can often be resembled by a stone phallus, so I'm pretty sure that's what was going on.
The next cave I visited was the primary one, which can be identified by the giant gold statue out front. You start by climbing up a couple hundred steps, and then there is a large cavern followed by a sinkhole (a cave with no roof). The entire thing ...
... we may as well try. It was a bit of a windy route through shopping malls to find the market but we found it! After a walk up the street we settled on one of the first places we passed, that just smelt amazing! We ended up having a bit of a feast, choosing to have about 6 small plates to sample as much as we could. Delish! We were quite tired in this destination, but we're back for a couple days after Bali so will do a bit more ...
Getting to my hostel in Clarke Quay on Singapore's underground was very easy but I did start to get a sore throat and a slight temperature that night meaning I took it easy for the next 24 hours only going out for food and to the pharmacy. By the next evening though I felt better and met up with my friend Lauren, who was working here as a teacher. We did a fairly glam tour of Singapore's skyscraper bars (what a contrast to beer on the streets of Hanoi!!) stopping ...
Woke up hanging... Again. I need to learn that drinking is bad. Even worse than waking up feeling ill is when everyone in your group feels fine. They made me get up to explore the Batsu Caves. The Batsu Caves are home to a Hindu Temple carved into the rock. At the entrance to the caves is the biggest statue of the God Murugan. Alongside the god is the stairs leading up to the caves. The stairs were never ending and were covered in monkeys jumping on people. We trekked up ...
... of the company of a man from Singapore who literally went wow and ooo at every fact he was given and noise he heard. I wish I had recorded him as very entertaining. I cannot even imagine what his reaction would be for something really impressive such as the invention of fire or television. He would have exploded for sure. After viewing the caves we quickly walked to the train station. We had to keep up the pace as needed to get back to ...