Kuala Lumpur, the heart of Malaysia, scared me. There was just too much going on, with too many people, too many queues, too many things to learn to get around. It took us around an hour to find a decent hotel at the KL Sentral. When we finally did, we called it a day. That was one day of our five-day trip wasted, since it rained in Melaka that morning and we had to take the 3:00 p.m. bus instead of the morning one.
Petronas Twin Towers
After Masjid Jamek, we went to Pasar Seni to visit Central Market and Chinatown. We were famished, but there was no restaurant that seemed “clean” enough for us. Haha. Surprise, surprise; we ate at McDonald’s. Both destinations were underwhelming so didn’t take even a single shot. We went back to the hotel to catch a break and went to KLCC and Bukit Bintang to end the day.
For our last day in Malaysia, we went to the famous Batu Caves. I imagined that it would be hard to go here, but the MRT station is actually connected to the entrance, so it was a breeze to visit.