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Kuala Lumpur

With our boarding passes and passport in hand, and backpacks on we cleared passport control and headed to duty free to search for an international adapter. 1,080 more words

Malaysia Itinerary: Batu Caves and Petronas Twin Towers

Our little one was very sick during our trip to Malaysia so, we decided to at least visit the attractions that were relatively near. Two destinations came to mind: Batu Caves and Petronas Towers. 326 more words


Papped! - Malaysia

The tables were turned on one of the menacing looking monkeys which were stalking & intimidating visitors at Batu Caves. In true paparazzi style, I provoked a reaction by jabbing the camera lens towards the moody macaque. 32 more words


Holiday Villa @ Selayang Star City, Best place to park your Money in 2016

Where to put your investment when market are slow? Stock market? Property? Business?

HOTEL INVESTMENT – Yield Based Investment with Hassle Free 101 more words

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Making Batman Jealous.

The Batu Caves are one of the easiest ‘natural wonder’ sight seeing hotspots to reach from Kuala Lumpur. Get on a train, pay roughly half a US dollar to stay on that train until the very end, get off the train, and follow everyone else. 964 more words


Sunday Special - Batu Caves, Malaysia

Head out north of Kuala Lumpur for 13 km/8mi and you will come up to the Batu Caves. This area is not only known for its interesting series of limestone caves but for being a major Hindu shrine (honouring Lord Murugan, also known as Lord Subramanian). 147 more words


A few days in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia Days 1-3: Kuala Lumpur.

After an overnight flight with a fairly decent amount of sleep, I landed early in KL, successfully got some ringgits, booked a bus to the centre and found my hostel. 2,356 more words