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This is the story of how we moved to Bangkok and traveled Asia as much as possible. 

Kuala Lumpur and her Monkeys

Kuala Lumpur and her Monkeys

The F1 is held on Sepang, a racetrack 1 hour outside Kuala Lumpur. The hardcore fans spent 3 days at that track, doing what, I'll never know. The tourists went into the city. Our goals were street food and monkeys and KL delivered.  

The top attraction is the Petronas Towers, which we saw from below. Going inside didn't seem necessary, so we got our selfies and left. 

Batu Caves

The Batu caves are a religious site with very promising photos but disappointed reviewers. We felt warned, so expected the worst, and had a great time! The hundreds of stairs are under some kind of construction involving debris and sand bags. There was evidence of statue restoration but mostly lots of trash. The caves look remote but are right by a major highway and a parking lot overloaded with souvenir shops. 

Inside the second cave we found some solace and stunning cliff faces. We posed for some shockingly corny photos, mimicking the animated characters we saw.  

There were a lot of monkeys. A lot.  

 Kallin gets personal! 

Kallin gets personal! 

Hiking and Eating

Later that same day we went for a very peaceful hike, did not heed a call to prayer and made friends with a Michael Jackson fan who wanted Knox's number.  

Back in town, there was beers and satay and delicious chaos!  

Youd be hard pressed to spend more than 2 days 'doing' KL and the city does not distribute its attractions evenly. 

Wat Pho Temple

Wat Pho Temple

Forumla 1 in Sepang, Malaysia

Forumla 1 in Sepang, Malaysia