Petronas Towers: Kuala Lumpur

I have more to say about Australia, the wonderful food, the Great Ocean Road, Melbourne, but for now I’m going to skip them and hurry to catch up! Our first stop in South East Asia was Kuala Lumpur, which is Air Asia’s main hub and very convenient to travel from. We were only there for two days and spent most of our time in our guesthouse researching where to go Scuba diving the next week. We did make it to the awe inspiring Petronas Towers. While we skipped the trip up with its hefty price tag and early wake up time, $20 and 7am, we spent an hour

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