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Let's continue our walk! And now we plunge into an underwater world -  Aquaria KLCC ! There is a huge oceanarium located near the Twin Towers that we also visited . . . Small tropical fish live here. Slopes and other "electric" fish swim here. And in the next aquarium the sad moray eel...
In order to get from  Kuala Lumpur Bird Park  to the Park of orchids, you only need to cross the street!  Our walk through the park of orchids was nice. We had already visited a similar park on our first day in Singapore. However, it was just as pleasant to walk through this type...
And now we continue our journey! Below is the bird park that contains hundreds of different representatives of the bird family! Please forgive for going off topic with this zoological theme, especially given my limited knowledge on the matter. However, this park was part of our program during our...
So, today is the last day of our cruise and early in the morning tomorrow, our liner will arrive in Singapore. Today, our final stop before our return is Kuala Lumpur,  the capital of Malaysia. The city is located several miles (km) from the sea, and the sea gate of the Malaysian...
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. The first impression of the city is painful traffic jams and overwhelming heat, compensated by the wealth of architectural marvels in the city center: Neo-Moorish, Tudor, and local styles coexist perfectly with Islamic architecture. The city is in...
Each country has at least one place of interest, not including the capital, and where you don't have to deal with crowds of tourists. Neither will you have to conquer peaks or do some other unimaginable feats. What is more - it is available to everyone. It is the traditional cuisine and today we...
In my previous articles, I showcased the man-made places of interest and cities in Malaysia, despite there being many naturally made wonders in the country. The most famous of them is the temple complex of  Batu caves,  consisting of thirty mountain caves. They are huge and ancient...
The largest bird park in the world is located in  Kuala Lumpur . Its uniqueness lies in the fact that, throughout the entire 19 acre (8 hectare) territory, there are no cages and the birds fly freely. The only fence that keeps the feathered inhabitants inside is a giant net that...