The Asian Melting Point: It's a 5-6 hour shore excursion that includes Independence Square, KL Tower with admission to Observatory Deck, a photo stop at Petronas Twin Towers, Pavilion Shopping Mall and Cocoa Boutique, the largest chocolatier in Malaysia.
The Petronus towers: This is the iconic landmark of the capital city. This is the world’s largest twin structures. It is an 88 storey building and looks magnificent. We could not visit the top of towers.
Accommodation: We chose our accommodation near the little India area as we found it convenient to visit the local attractions and also for the availability of the Indian food there.Places to visit in and around Kaula Lumpur:
KL has plenty of Indian restaurants, so you’re not going to miss your parathas, dosas, or any other Indian delicacies. After a short noon-break for lunch and rest, we made our next move to visit the KL tower and the PETRONAS towers. KL tower is situated in a tad bit isolated area, but the PETRONAS towers was buzzing with people, posing crazily and happily, to savor their memories, or update their profile pictures.The PETRONAS towers: What a marvel, man has made? A cool breeze blew in the entire area, as we messed up with our look and camera skills (read, selfies). Inside the towers is an even more happening area, with shops and food joint making the most of the glamour. After having a refreshing drink of slush, we moved back to our temporary abode. Our legs had been quite patient with all that walking, our first day of our first International trip came to an end. Oh wait, we again found some Indian food to kill that hunger pang.Second day, we had some time for memento shopping at the nearby flea market (it was huge), before catching our next flight to Bali. And, having packing up everything, we took to BALI!!!!