In many ways KL seems to have caught our attention. All of a sudden we find ourselves amid a true urban jungle. Skyscrapers with patches of tropical plants in between and the air is humid. A city where you can have a fancy drink at a
With Chinatown, Little India, several mosques, Hindu and Buddhist temples, but also lots and lots of old colonial buildings, KL grasps the history and future of Malaysia and is truly a very interesting city.
The city has some nice museums on offer, the National Textiles Museum exhibits gorgeous Malay ethnic textiles. Another one of our favorites is the Islamic Arts Museum. They have a huge collection of Islamic decorative arts and is highly regarded.
Our favorite lunch place was at Woodlands in Little India where you can eat tasty (and cheap!) veggie platters.