Travel

Kuala Lumpur in Squares

During our seven days stay in Singapore we managed to slide in a side trip to Malaysia for a day tour and decided to explore Kuala Lumpur for the reason of  adding a stamp in our passport. Lol. The Malaysian embassy is quite easy breezy if you ask me when you are coming from Singapore, just be sure you have all your return tickets and hotel bookings since they can be suspicious, especially to Filipinos. So, on that night we booked a train ticket through JB Sentral and traveled literally the whole night for eleven hours straight. It was no joke, I mean I can withstand travelling for long hours but that train trip was no joke. And only having a parka as a shield for the cold isn’t going to suffice! Nonetheless, the one day tour in Kuala Lumpur was memorable from getting lost (again), shopping ’cause Kuala Lumpur is affordable unlike Singapore, Eating at Nandos two days straight and being chased by monkeys in Batu Caves. Surely, my one day experience in Kuala Lumpur is one for the books.

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( l-r: 1. waiting for our train. 2. so many tourists waiting as well. 3. china town is very chinese. 😛 4. carrying our luggage is no joke. I kid you not.)

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(l-r: 1. decided to roam around since check in time in our hostel is at 2PM. 2. chinese temple hits. 3. con-temple-lating stance. 4. other side of chinese town.)

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(l-r: morning selfie before heading to Batu Caves)

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(l-r: 1. train tickets even mock at us for being single #Hugot 2. mcdonalds is forever. case closed 3. train station feat. tourists 4. beautiful flowers at the mall.)

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(l-r: 1. soya drink at china town. 2. drink up! 3. local food in malaysia. basically their own version of carenderia food. 4. the i need to take a bath photo.)

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(Random guy just casually head stand for an hour or less in China town asking for donations to fund his trip. Should I do this too?)

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(I regret paying for so much in this observatory but I guess the view was great. But again, not a win-win situation if you ask me)

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(l-r: 1. the death squad at Aquaria KLCC 2. the big guy in the big tank. 3. happiness in a cone. 4. nandos is the best. case closed )

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(l-r: 1. couldn’t get a nice photo with the Petronas tower with all the tourists around, so I innovated. 2. so tired from walking literally up and down. 3. apparently, our outfits are not permitted to enter here. Bum! 4. from the other side of Petronas tower)

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6 Comments

  • Reply
    Renz Bulseco
    April 5, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    WAHAHAHA gi gukod pud ko sa mga pasaway na unggoy sa Batu Caves!

    • Reply
      Miel Laquindanum
      April 5, 2016 at 8:41 pm

      Hi Renzz! We Belong! Lesson learned, dili na magdala og foods didto kay aggressive kaayu sila. Haha 🙂

      • Reply
        Renz Bulseco
        April 8, 2016 at 6:25 am

        LOL wala koy dala foods didto oi. Pero mga pasaway na unggoy. Na unleash akong inner unggoy. Naa toy usa iyang tsinelas gi snatch sa unggoy! Purbida

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          Miel Laquindanum
          April 8, 2016 at 8:46 am

          Huy kaluoy sa gikuwaan og slippers oy! Mangtas kaayu sila oy, way maka pildi. Hahahaha

  • Reply
    Mei
    April 6, 2016 at 9:51 am

    SG-KL is a pretty popular itinerary, because it’s easy to go from SG to KL and vice versa, but yes make sure to prepare documents. Haha If ever I go out of the country, I also plan doing the same thing. But I won’t bring huge luggage for sure because I know it would be a struggle haha

    I’ve known about the monkeys in Batu Caves because of an episode in Asia’s Next Top Model hahaha It was scary how aggressive they can be! Haha

    Isn’t it too tiring for a day tour? Why did you bring your luggage by the way if it’s only a day tour? You should have stayed for at least 2 days para sulit na 🙂 Haha

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      Miel Laquindanum
      April 6, 2016 at 10:40 am

      Hi Mei! Knowing me and my friend, we can’t be light packers. That is something I am trying to master pa. Yes! It was tiring. We stayed in KL for a night though and immediately left early in the morning. Hehe 🙂

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