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Primer contacto con el mar!!


Me despertaron a las 3 de la manana, dos chicos de la habitacion que llegaron casi ebrios. Les tuve que gritar para que se callen, jejej. 536 more words

Batu Caves postcard drawing

I thought I’d give each of my drawings and paintings a post of their own from now on, instead of arguing with actual blogging updates. This is the first of them, and it’s the drawing I did at the Batu Caves. 84 more words


10 Things You Must See In... Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and a melting pot of cultures, made up of a number of different ethnic groups. With so many cultures in a single city, it’s a gastronomical experience and has a whole range of events and colourful festivals throughout the year. 827 more words

Camara y lentes de sol... Modo turista ON!

Dia 1

Llegue a mi primer destino, KL. Un calor inimaginable me esperaba, increiblemente no la he pasado tan mal. Mi cuerpo parece que ha entrado a modo supervivencia creo jaja. 302 more words

Indochina - Kuala Lumpur, Final Stop

I initially thought about Kuala Lumpur to be a not so modern Singapore-like city. It really is modern and filled with great buildings, infrastructures and malls but.. 33 more words


China Town, Batu Caves, Central Market and Petronas still to come.

Caught the purple line Government free bus to Chinatown.
Loved the main market area, lots of the usual genuine fake watches, bags and sunglasses but amazing street food stalls and atmosphere. 137 more words


Day Trip: Experience Batu Caves and Malaysia's Indian Culture

Selangor, Malaysia – Located just minutes away from Kuala Lumpur, the iconic Batu Caves is a place you shouldn’t miss on your visit to Malaysia. Considered as one of the top tourist attractions in Malaysia, these limestone caves are 400 million years old and houses the world’s tallest Hindu statue, Lord Muruga Statue. 524 more words