Last February 25, 2012 me and bf went to Kuala Lumpur to celebrate his 24th Birthday. YEY!
At exactly 5:30am we woke up and went to Changi Airport Terminal 1, we took AirAsia plane in which I considered as one of the best budget airlines here in Southeast Asia.
Okay we arrived at KLLCT at 8:30am and rode the shuttle going to KL Sentral, It was like 40 minutes ride so we took the moment to nap again. lol
So after we arrived at KL Sentral, we then took the train from KL Sentral station going to Kuala Lumpur Station then to the Petronas Towers.
I love the fountain! It made me feel relax while watching it flows
me and Mon with the full view of the 3rd tallest building in the World, The Petronas Towers.
I love the weather that day as well as my shoes 😀
Inside Petronas Towers
Our Lunch, Nasi Lemak(at left) at Petronas Towers Mall and Halal breakfast at Mandarin Court Hotel where we stayed at night (right).
Went to Petaling Street (aka Chinatown) where lots of cheap bags, souvenirs, makeup, clothes and apparels sells there. Petaling Street is just a walking distance from our hotel (Mandarin Court Hotel). Oh by the way, my review for our hotel – actually it’s not that awesome but still well worth it, because it’s not that expensive but I can tell it’s safe and cozy. It’s so near to KL Sentral and the nearest station is Maharajalela Monorail Station. The food were great, the staff were nice, the bathroom was clean. The bad thing is they don’t have Wi-Fi, but anyway it helps to make your life relaxed while on a vacation. Rating: 8/10.
The view outside from out hotel room(13th floor).
Then at the evening, we went to Berjaya Times Square, where lots of fashionable/Korean style clothes is available there. And luckily we found a cheap massage and yes we grabbed it!
Mon on foot massage while me on back and shoulder massage.
Then on the next day, we went to the famous Batu Caves. How we got there? From KL sentral station down to Batu Caves station (easy huh?)
Yes I congratulate again myself that I successfully climbed the steps to the batu caves. It’s not that easy especially to a person who don’t exercise like us! Up there we saw Hindu’s perform their pilgrimage.
Overall experience is definitely a worth to remember. Kuala Lumpur Malaysia is a great country and this trip is one of my best trip while staying independent, with no internet, no friends it’s just our thick faces lol and we discovered Malay culture more and realized that there super are nice people (Well I encountered rude people in Johor Bahru ) and I love KL and we will come back again some day 🙂
By the way, Here’s the video I made for our trip (as usual):
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