I spent the last three days in Kuala Lumpur which is the capital of Malaysia. During our flight with Air Asia we were lucky enough to enjoy a picture perfect sunrise behind the mount Agnung. I secretly switched on my camera to take a picture. This was a beautiful goodbye from the Island Bali. After about 3 hours we landed in KL, where the aircons are extremely cold. The airport was quite big although it was only the terminal for the low cost airlines. As we had to get up at 3 in the morning we were pretty tired and thus bought a nice starbucks coffee. There are shuttle buses (about 9 RM for an one way ticked) which drop you off at KL Sentral in 60 to 90 minutes. I already saw a glimpse of the famous Petronas Tower on the way to the city. During our walking tour around our hostel's surroundings we stopped at the towers again. Comparing the cities and countries I have already seen, I can tell the traffic here is much more pedestrian friendly as well as organized
. The prices are also a bit higher than in Thailand and maybe Bali. There are many people wearing a Burka as Malaysia is very Islamic. Moreover, you can hear the sound of the Mosque everywhere. There are also many Indians and Chinese people. I guess that is why there is quarter namely little India and China town. Actually, Kuala Lumpur is a city where it convenient to walk everywhere as Taxis always get stuck in the traffic. There are nice food courts with various different kind of Asian food, which are all pretty cheap. The most people speak English fairly well here. Our hostel namely Anjung KL was located near the golden Triangle which means it is very easy to walk everywhere (the weather can be very hot and humid here, which can limit your energy). It had a cozy atmosphere but the room was very small and had no window. We had to use the aircon constantly because it was soo warm in there. Unfortunately, I hurt my big toe the next day and resulted to the fact that I needed to take a taxi to the hostel and quit the nice walk through the park and the national mosque. I don’t know whether it was the blood from my toe or the weather but I just noticed that I was about to faint. However, after resting at the hostel for a bit I was able to walk to the Petronas Tower in the evening. On the next day we took a bus to the Batu Cave where a famous indian hindu temple is located. Here, we also joined a nice tour through a dark cave. At three in the morning we had to get up again to catch the flight to Kuala Terengganu, where we are staying at the moment. The city is very small and there aren’t any tourists here. But there is an Islamic park with monuments from all over the world which seems quite interesting. Nearly, every woman is covering her hair here except for us and the Chinese. Unlike in KL the women are wearing very bright colors. The women are very nice and helpful here. However, there is not much going on here.