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Category: Malaysia

The country Malaysia in Asia

Batu Caves: “Situated 13 km outside of KL”

Beautiful natural caves with an impressive gold colored statue. The hindou temple inside the cave wasn’t that special, but the location definitely is, with the wild monkey’s roaming the stairs looking for foods to steal from tourist. You also should visit the dark cave. We took a 45 minute tour in the dark cave and got an excellent explanation about all the creatures living there.

Batu Caves
68100 Batu Caves
+603 – 6189 6284

Visited October 2013. You can find my review about Batu Caves also on TripAdvisor.

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia: “Beautiful art in a gorgeous building”

To be honest, I visited this museum because I was mostly interested in the architecture of the building, but the islamic art presented was of a very high quality en very beautiful indeed. The museum offers clear explanations of the objects shown. The view from the terrace is also definitely worth the visit, plus I was very impressed by the beautiful decorated domes in the building.

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
Jalan Lembah
Kuala Lumpur 5048

Visited October 2013. You can find my review about Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia also on TripAdvisor.

Tatsu Japanese Cuisine: “Excellent Japanese cuisine”

We ate her twice during our stay. We were very impressed by the quality and authenticity of the food. The first time we took a course meal which was absolutely delicious. In the weekend, you can have an ‘all you can eat’ menu. You can choose from all kinds of different menu-items the ones you prefer and as much as you like. Definitely worth a visit!

A tip for management: the airco is set to a very low temperature. I had to put on an extra jacket to not be cold.

Japanese restaurant Tatsu
Intercontinental Hotel
165 Jalan Ampang
Kuala Lumpur 50450

Visited October 2013. You can find my review about Tatsu Japanese Cuisine also on TripAdvisor.

Menara Kuala Lumpur: “Highest viewpoint in KL”

The view from this communication tower is absolutely breathtaking. Don’t hesitate to buy tickets to the highest level, you won’t regret it, because on this level your view isn’t blocked by reflections in the glass. You can stand freely in the outside air.

Kuala Lumpur Tower
No. 2 Jalan Punchak
Off Jalan P Ramlee
Kuala Lumpur 50250

Visited October 2013. You can find my review about Menara Kuala Lumpur also on TripAdvisor.