Last night we decided was a good night to see what Kuala Lumpur’s night life was like, so we visited a restaurant that was part of the Pavilion mall, which is a mall of epic proportions. The beer was cheap and the food and service were excellent, in good spirits we decided to head to across the road to an open air bar. Feeling adventurous we decided to try some apple flavoured ‘Egyptian style Shisha’, which is flavoured smoking through a large water pipe. It was was delicious at first, though lead me to feel a little nautious later, and a beer later we headed back to the hotel.

Sunday was our last full day in Kuala Lumpur, and we decided to go back to Petronas Twin Towers (which we past through on our first day, but my camera was out of batteries) and take some photos and go up to the sky bridge.

Petronas Twin Towers

We arrived around twelve (after having KL style McDonald’s for lunch,) to find that they where all out of tickets to the sky bridge again, which was a shame. We managed to make the most of it by getting in some GeoCaching and also visiting the mall, which was impressive, but not as impressive as the Pavilion, which is insane.

There aren’t many geocaches in KL but fortunately there was one right next to the towers. We did discover however, that the GPS in the iPhone requires you be connected to either a cellphone network or a WiFi network, neither of which we had. So we struggled a bit to find it, which wasn’t helped by the security guard that seemed to be following us around, but we did find it in the end. And it turned out the guard was more interested in telling off the two Australians playing frisbee (which is obviously too dangerous to play in a park).

Phil GeoCaching near Petronas Twin Towers

Tomorrow we head off to Langkawi around lunch time, the weather has held out so far on out trip – fingers crossed it stays that way now we’re going to the beach!

Phil