It sort of comprises of the most boring part of the trip (the best is always the climax). There is a bridge that connects the two countries and the bridge being no-man’s-land.
The first place we were taken to were the highest limestone caves in the world, with stalactites and stalagmites all around and a temple inside and a huge Kartikeyan idol outside. And then we went to Genting Highlands.
To reach Genting Highlands we take a rope way for 3 kms. Pretty Cool. And then it’s an amusement park, indoor and outdoor and a Casino. So the outdoor was more fun than the indoor, ye the ‘thrill’ rides didn’t really scare it, except may be one called the cyclone or something. But that was a little feeling of scare that thrilled me only a little. But the best part of Genting Highlands and its amusement park was the 4D Motion show about some Pirates. It was awesome. I loved it.
And then we went to Kuala Lumpur. We saw some monuments, a cricket field called the Independence Square, went up (just) 41 floors to the bridge between the Petronas twin towers, came down, when to Putrajaya the new capital with all its manmade lakes where we had a huge mug of real good tea and some annoying bridges each in a different style, one Sydney types, one paris types, etc and then the next day we went up the tower to get a better view of the city.