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... because the bikes will be going on the pavements and along the wrong side of the road. It is a mini-victory each time you make it to the other side unscathed. Our tactic at the moment is just to follow in the footsteps of a local, which seems to work quite well.
After the jungle, we went to the Batu Caves. Inside the cave (after 272 steps up), there are several Hindu shrines and it is one of the most popular Hindu places outside of India. We ...
... haggling the best price for a selfie stick :)
Day 2 we decided to head into the CBD to go up the Petronas Towers and do some sightseeing. We got lots of photos out the front of the towers but when we went to go up them, we found out they are closed on Mondays!! It wasn't a big deal though because we decided to go up the Sky Tower instead. Getting from the Petronas Towers to the Sky Tower seemed easy enough as we could see it from the road. ...
... we went on rail shuttles and went round and round before finally finding our way out of the airport. We got a rail link in to the city and navigated our way to the Petronas Towers (the worlds tallest twin towers). It was really humid, we then went on to the Menara Tower to get views of the city. We came across a very plush shopping centre, so went for a quick browse, it would be rude not to! It was filled with designer shops ...
So I bummed around the airport for a while. Ate way too much food. The internet is pretty decent there which is lucky - when 'signing in' to the wifi it says that there's a three hour limit but if your limit is up you can just reconnect and you get another three hours. I also found a spoke with an outlet for charging my phone/computer so even battery wasn't a limiting factor in how long I could spend online. I think I also slept a ...
... with an awesome view of the Petronas towers, and the bad news (well it's not really bad news) is that we get a free buffet breakfast each morning, we then get afternoon tea each day followed by free cocktails, beers and more snacks in the evening - so its bad news for our stomachs!! We spent our first afternoon getting our bearings and walking round (slowly) in the high heat and humidity, it's 30 odd degrees here with a real feel of about 40!!! Today we went round some of ...