Sunday, September 14, 2014

Touring Kuala Lumpur - Day #1

Sept 13th 2014 Kuala Lumpur
TZ was hosting his boss and brought his boss around Kuala Lumpur for sightseeing... 

Batu Cave 
Our first stop was Batu Cave, climbing 273 steps and we finished the temple within an hour. We skipped the dark cave which has been closed to the public for decades. The bats' smell was so bad... Anyway, we went down immediately after we decided not to proceed to the dark cave. 

Statue on top of the temple @ Batu cave
Next, we went to the Istana Negara to catch the changing guard, unfortunately we missed the guard changing... but we did see a guard riding on the horse... 

Guard @ Istana Negara

It has been long time since the last time i visited National Monument. So the surrounding has changed but i still know there is a small car park within 10m from the main gate. So we parked our car and walked into the National Monument.

National Monument 

We had our lunch break at THE CURVE... Then, we went back to old KL visited the Dataran Merdeka, where the world tallest flag pole is located... Wow~ it's Tall, that's from my boss reaction ;-)

Tallest Flag pole in the world - Dataran Merdeka

KL Gallery is a new attraction in Old KL. This cool place is located 100m from Data Merdeka. We finished the sightseeing on tallest flag pole... We didn't know it was free to visit and understand the KL future. 

Future State of Kuala Lumpur

Finished the slide show and went outside the KL gallery building, i noticed no one queued up for the I love KL, So quickly went for the shots :p

TZ with I Love KL

Handsome? I think i have at one picture on I AM AMSTERDAM... 

We went to Central Market and China Town, my boss wanted to go shopping, I was walking behind her to make sure her handbag intact with her all the time. Guess what? We saw one person was being beaten until he was bleeding from his nose... Scary experience in Chinatown eh~



the guard is sleeping...?

TZ said...

L2: hahaha... I didn't notice until i downloaded the picture and load into Flickr,