So I know what you're thinking, what's in Malaysia?
The apartment we stayed in was a few streets down from one of the greatest street-food-streets in Kuala Lumpur. We scored awesome Cantonese food, Turkish ice cream (durian flavored!), and some super amazing Indian food. My favorite was the roti canai. Mouth currently watering.
Caves. Batu Caves to be specific.
A two dollar train ticket and 20 minutes of your time will take you to the Batu Caves. We didn't get enough limestone cliff action in Thailand so we got some more here! You've really got to work for it though with all of those steps.
|We lost count after 272.|
These guys have no fear. They sit at the top of the cliffs until they hear the coconut vendor at the bottom of the cave crack open a coconut. The moment they hear it the come racing down in hopes of someone giving them a piece. We saw one steal a water bottle from an angry tourist. I love that monkeys in Malaysia are like seagulls in California. The people consider them scavengers and a nuisance.
|The monkey cliff.|
|A cute little nuisance.|
|Oh my poor burnt white husband. <3|
Tip: The best food I had in KL was the roti canai at the Indian restaurant just outside of the Batu Caves. It's a buttery, flaky flatbread that comes with spicy dipping sauces. amazing. If you find yourself in Malayasia, get it.
The most famous of all buildings is the Petronas Towers, of which Torrey conveniently reserved an apartment with an amazing view of them.
The first six stories of the towers are a gigantic mall with a delicious food court. And the grounds surrounding are beautiful.
The Kuala Lumpur Tower is a communication tower and the highest point in KL. We went up to grab some great views.
|Like this one.|
And there's like super cool fountains everywhere.