Malaysia is one of the few Southeast Asian nations to boast a solid transportation network across the country. It is now possible for travelers to explore every part of Malaysia as travel times have shortened, level of comfort and safety greatly improved and prices are valued fairly.
The Kuala Lumpur Komuter costs 1 ringgit to get there and 2 ringgits back (that’s how they get you!). It takes about half an hour and leaves every half hour. No kissing on the trains! (along with normal signage like no eating and no smoking)
The Petronas Towers are located in Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. Once the highest building in the world it has now been eclipsed by Burj Khalifa in Dubai. However they still retain the title as the highest ‘towers’ in the world.
Fireworks in Malaysia during the Visit Malaysia Year 2014 Launching on the 19th January 2013. I attended this carnival as it was the biggest launching done by the tourism ministry in years and officiated by the Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Amateur Traveller Podcast #10 with Chris Christensen
Sadly, every once in a while, the distance between two people actually causes a problem.  
Hiking up Tabur West in Malaysia
In Kuala Lumpur's Klang district lies Melawati, home to three epic hikes

Once you're in KL, there is a loooong walk to airport from the airplane (if you take AirAsia, and really lax immigration (my guy was on the phone the whole time).
 

On our way back from Bukit Bintang in the afternoon we went to Central Market, which is a market where you can hopefully work the prices down.
 

Kuala Lumpur

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