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Good Oul Kuala Lumpur

If you’re looking for somewhere to pass through during your travels, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia would tickle most peoples fancy.

Of course it depends how you are looking to spend your time, but most people enjoy exploring, getting involved with nature & generally being in awe. 1,157 more words

Travel & Work

Bas? Teksi?

I’m currently sat in a taxi staring out of the window in amazement. It is like looking at a completely different world to the one I know. 606 more words

A Styled Life

Landed in Malaysia!

Yesterday afternoon, I touched down in Kuala Lumpur, the flight having flown by in conversation with an Australian geologist – we started out talking about Thailand, moved on to politics, and then he turned out to be passionate about Elizabethan history and furious about Shakespeare conspiracies, which was unexpected but it was nice to find someone with such unexpected common ground.   859 more words

Being A Tourist

The Train to Batu Caves

For just RM2, you could get to Batu Caves in the easiest and most comfortable way possible. The KTM Komuter extends its coverage into the suburbs of Selangor and even Negeri Sembilan including Kajang, Seremban, Subang, Klang, Rawang and Tanjung Malim. 322 more words


The Temple Cave of Batu

Batu Caves is a limestone hill which has a series of caves and cave temples in the Gombak district, 13 kilometers (8 mi) north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 60 more words

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – July 2014 

After traveling into Thailand overland from Cambodia and being only granted a two week visa, I needed to leave the land of delicious Pad Thai, $30 fun dives and beautiful beaches much sooner than I wanted to. 206 more words


Kuala Lumpur #2

Hi every body!

Yesterday I went to visit an impressive place : Batu Caves.

A towering limestone outcrop is home to these impressive caves, officially discovered around 120 years ago. 177 more words