On our second day in KL we decided to visit Batu Caves. Please do not book any package to visit this place. Just board a KTM Komuter Line train from KL Sentral station. The last stop of this train is Batu Caves. Just get down & walk with the crowd, you'll reach your destination. Take the same train to return back to the city.
Landed in KL. The airport is quiet far from the City. There is a train that connects the Airport with KL Sentral station. Our Hotel was just next to the station. As we always travel by public transport & this station is a hub for all trains leading in & out of KL.
Leaving the hotel to get to the airport was simple – I took a train to KL Sentral again, and then bought a ticket on the KL Express train to KLIA for RM55. This high-speed rail gets you to KLIA in exactly 33mins (it really is exact, I timed it). Also, if you enjoy looking out at the city morphing into country-side, you will have fun on this train ride – though taking photos will be tough.Kuala Lumpur is a true cosmopolitan city. There’s a place for everything that you could possible want, even if it’s Thai food at 2am (although I was too exhausted to explore this option). More than the fascinating culture, this city has a vibrant buzz. The multicultural food and vicinity offers a little something for everyone – though I do not really need to sell KL to Singaporeans as most of us would have already been there at some point in our lives.Have you seen awesome things in KL that I didn’t get to see? Leave a comment below and I’ll be sure to check it out during my next trip.