After Bangkok, I traveled to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and from there went on to a few more places in Malaysia. Â We took a flight from Bangkok to KL on Air Asia. Â Air travel around the region there is so cheap. Â It was very nice. Â We couchsurfed here and stayed with three girls with Europe (I think Paris). Â They gave us great hospitality and were so generous and sweet.
They are the tallest and most well-known landmark in KL. Â You can’t get to the top but you can get to floor 41 with the possession of a FREE ticket, but they are on a first come, first serve basis, so you gotta get there early. Â At the bottom, there is a prestigious mall.
Fish will literally eat your feet. Â They are “pedicure” fish that love the dead nasty skin on your feet. Â It feels so weird, but once you’ve gotten used to it, your feet feel amazing and exfoliated.
The Batu Caves are a series of limestone caves and cliffs with Hindu shrines and statues inside. Â Don’t be surprised when there are little monkeys in the inside!
We took a 7 hour bus ride and a 1.5 hour ferry ride from KL to get to a small island of paradise. Â Langkawi is a quaint little island that offers relaxation, nature, swimming in bath water like ocean water and plenty of food! Â We stayed at Sweet InnsÂ and the rooms were very basic but okay for the extremely inexpensive price. Â We ended up renting a scooter for the day in order to see the whole island. Â We stopped at several places along the way as the pictures below will show.
Since I was traveling with MarkÂ and he loves food, we went to Georgetown. Â He had heard that there was a huge market with exquisite food.
A train takes you 821 meters above sea level and you can see for miles a panoramic of the city and ocean.
Night food court