We had a lazyish start with breakfast downstairs in the main restaurant and then caught the metro one stop to view some of Kuala Lumpur’s main sights.
We started at the Central market which is on an old art deco building and now houses loads of handcraft stalls.
Next we wandered around Chinatown and Petaling Street.
Next stop was the Sri Mahamariamman temple which is hidden in the middle of the urban jungle.
We walked on to the National mosque which can accommodate around 10,000 worshippers!
We were now almost back to our hotel and saw the faded glory of the old railway station.
Kayak Lumpur is exceptionally difficult to walk around on foot but we eventually found out way into the Sentral station, sort of!
We caught a train to the KL tower and, after a hot sweaty walk, find ourselves at the foot of it. We paid to go up and we hoping to have a beer at the top, but sadly, whilst they have a restaurant, you can only do there with a reservation. We did seem some alternative views of the city from the tower, web is a telecommunications building and the 4th tallest in the world.
By now it was gone one so we took a taxi back to our hotel and had a couple of beers there instead by the pool.
We spent the rest of the afternoon and evening relaxing and making use of access to the lounge so had afternoon tea.
I then had a swim in the pool and we had a beer by the pool before canapes and drinks on the lounge in the evening.