By Prabhith Prabakaran


Hello! I traveled here, a long time ago. Never in my wildest dreams, did I think that someday I’d be a travel blogger! Apologies for the quality of the contents (AND/OR) pictures might not meet your expectations.  I assure you detailed contents / pictures in the latest and the upcoming blogs. 
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“I’m in love with cities I’ve never been to and people I’ve never met” 

John Green

My family and I visited Kaula Lumpur in 2008.We stayed there for 2 days. We went to Kaula Lumpur from Singapore By Bus. Kuala Lumpur is a great destination for budget travel, with cheap food and accommodations, and cheap airfare.

Petronas Tower: The main reason we visited Kuala Lumpur was to see the Petronas Towers.The Petronas Twin Towers here in Kuala Lumpur was once the world’s tallest buildings (1998 to 2004). These towers remain the world’s tallest twin towers as of today. Two different companies built each tower, they had a race between them. The company who started over a month later actually finished first! Tower One is fully occupied by the Petronas Company which is Malaysia’s national oil company and a number of its subsidiaries and partners. Tower Two is been leased to other companies which includes some of the Top Software firms aswell.

It was so nice to see the Petronas Towers from this angle..

You can also visit the Menara KL tower. Its very near to the Petronas Towers.KL Tower has a Mini Zoo too..

Batu Caves:   

This cave is deep inside a Lime stone Mountain, just outside Kaula Lumpur City. Batu Caves is one of the most important Hindu temple outside of India, dedicated to Lord Murugan, an Indian deity.We had to climb around 250-300 Steps to reach the main temple. It is indeed a tough one.To one side of the stairs is the world`s tallest statue of Lord Murugan (43 meter high), a Hindu god.

One Line Summary: If you get a chance to visit Kaula Lumpur anytime, please don’t miss the 2 places. Its worth Visiting..

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