The Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).

What to do in Kuala Lumpur?

  Borneo [Malaysia and Indonesia] - July 2009

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A day to lose in Kuala Lumpur, before flying home? All the better ... Because in KL (everyone says "KL", it's more trendy), there are lots of cool things to do ...

Be careful, it's humor and the uth degree, of course. (Note how positive I am, to counter the spleen at the end of the trip, I will miss Malaysia ...)

The Twin Towers of Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia).

For example, we can:

???? Admire the evolution of the last urban projects in progress between two buildings, from his room on the 15th floor:


???? Read, after jumping out of bed, after a fat recovery mat, the news of Straits Timesslipped under the door by a discreet hand:


???? Go shopping with George Clooney in the mega-malls of Bukit Bintang, in the "Golden Triangle", at the foot of the Twin Towers:


???? Photograph passers-by and all-black ladies from Arab countries who only show their eyes:


???? Take pictures of her feet, pecked by small fish cleaners in the aquarium of a fish spa :

???? Sing with his buddies the best of Marshmallow Asian tubes, in a glass karaoke cabin:



Otherwise, for "real" activities in Kuala Lumpur, there is plenty of choice and you'll find plenty of information in all the good guides on Malaysia.

I am embarking earlier for more than twelve hours of flight ... I console myself the spleen of the return to the airport of KL, engulfing an ultimate roti canai (a kind of crepe to soak in curry), while strumming on the web thanks to the wifi.

I'll be back soon to tell you about Derawan and Kakaban, and then Sangalaki and Sipadan again ... (sigh)

  Borneo [Malaysia and Indonesia] - July 2009

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  1. Already the end! Good luck for your return because 12h by plane is long! I loved watching the rays from time to time. It was great thanks for this nice trip.

  2. Ahhh the fish, what horror! I could not leave my feet to his stupid little ones!
    Have a good trip and come and tell us all about it when you return.

  3. @Sandrine: Already the end, yes ... But I still have plenty to tell you, and full of images and videos to show. I'm going to extend the trip here, on this blog (as soon as I get my jetlag, because now that I'm back home, I've had a soft spot ... twelve hours by plane, it was a long time , indeed).
    @ Marie-Julie: I was tempted to test, but as I have small sores, left foot in particular (remember the stingray), I did not really want those damn fish cleaners dig the wound again while she is well closed and healed. So, I just took a picture of the Asian tourist who took a picture of his feet and go shopping with George Clooney ...

    @Manta: Thank you, I'm back!

    @RolK: Yes, I can understand ... The fish-cleaners, I appreciate moderately natural, diving. (But if I did not have on my foot my little protective crusts post-injury that I prefer to keep, I would have been curious to test anyway the effect pedicure.) I spoke already here, in a previous post :

  4. C’est con, j’y étais cette semaine à KL, on aurait pu se faire un teh tarik avec une prata… next time 😉


  5. @Thib: What a pity, it would have been the perfect opportunity to get to know "in real life" !!! Well, I still offered a roti canai to console me from the start ...

  6. I imagine that you will use this Saturday in the rain to see and see all your photos?
    finalement vive la pluie, tu vas pouvoir poursuivre tes comptes rendus 😉 et nous en faire profiter 🙂

  7. @Laurence: Well seen ... I'm right in the ranking and sorting photos. Indeed, given the rotten weather today in Rennes, I like to stay home! And I'm delivering new articles very soon ... Patience!

  8. Welcome back to the base!
    La ville de KL semble beaucoup moins excitant que dans le film haute voltige! Quoique, la mort de M. Teoh devait être vachement intéressant pour faire la une du Stait Times 😀 Oui, samedi il pleuvait à St. Malo aussi, mais j’y a fait deux belles plongées quand même, le Walter Darré le matin et le Fletard dans l’après-midi (il pleuvait des cordes!). Ce qui démontre qu’on n’a pas besoin de faire 5000 Km pour s’amuser 😆 😀 Et en plus l’eau était chaude, 18 C au fond….

  9. @Max: I'm not a fan of KL, I must say ... I think I much prefer Bangkok, in the big Asian city kind.
    Bien sûr, on n’a pas besoin de faire des milliers de kilomètres pour s’amuser, mais dire que l’eau est chaude à 18°C, faut pas charrier (bon, OK, chaude pour Saint-Malo… 😆 ).
    Mais, je n’y peux rien, je préfère l’eau à 29°C (en-dessous, je ressors bleue). 😛