16 November 2013

Sleepless in Kuala Lumpur


Since our last attempts to settle down in one of the cities of Ukraine have failed, after traveling for a while across Europe, we set off again on a trip to Asia.

This time, the first destination point was Malaysia 🇲🇾.

We have already been to its capital Kuala Lumpur twice. So instead of staying in the well-researched center of the city, we decided to delve deeper into experiencing its other parts.

We started by renting an accommodation in a modern high-rise building. On the 36th floor, it provided a stylish pool that faced an amazing view of the city and its symbol, the Petronas Towers.



Having had enough of gazing at the panorama from the great heights, we moved to a newly opened hotel in the vibrant area of Chow Kit. The district provided numerous cafés and an adjacent market. There, we could finally eat our fill of tropical fruits, including durian: the king of fruits indeed.


Then we relocated into a detached house. And like in all the places we've ever lived in Kuala Lumpur, we've encountered the same problem once again: It was almost impossible to get enough sleep.



Nevertheless, despite all that, the odd thing was that Malaysians commonly looked so fresh and cheerful, radiating smiles and joy to the world and people. We've never cracked their secret. 👀



To conclude, it looks like Malaysia 🇲🇾 is underrated in terms of tourism. Foreign visitors usually hang out in the center of the capital. But the lion's share of them, so it seems, only drop by the embassies' area to obtain a visa to another Asian country there.

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