Kuala Lumpur

After arriving yesterday and spending most of yesterday afternoon and this morning feeling a bit rubbish, I finally ventured out and did some touristy stuff. Today is technically Australia Day but with no flags anywhere or inappropriately displayed southern crosses I’m feeling more in the spirit of Chinese New Year! Found a vegetarian restaurant in Chinatown that did some tasty fake duck and now I’m trying for an early night’s sleep so I can catch the early morning bus to Tanah Rata in the Cameron Highlands tomorrow.

Kuala Lumpur feels more British than I was expecting it to. I’d describe it as kind of a cross between Ulaanbaatar and Sydney, only that probably won’t mean very much to anyone except for me.


2 thoughts on “Kuala Lumpur

  1. Mmm, tasty fake duck…
    I was thinking about your last comment, how many pairs of cities (or even countries??) do you suppose there are in the world that no one can compare because no one has been to both of them? (though I assume someone’s made it their life’s ambition to visit all the countries….)

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