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Tour KL à Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia – KL Tower and Batu Caves

Although the state religion of Malaysia is Islam, the Batu Caves north of Kuala Lumpur form the largest Hindu temple outside India, guarded by the majestic statue of Murugan, god of the divine army in the Hindu religion. W hen the doors open, the city suddenly appears, as far as the eye can see. This one is very quickly buried under the mist and the clouds, as if they announced the end of the world. Rolls of dark clouds melt over the chain of buildings and houses that make up the city of Kuala Lumpur and it would take nothing to be swept away by torrents of rain. It's as if it were nightfall, even though it's barely three in the afternoon. "Hello, leave your bags here, please". After a few seconds of elevator ride to the top of the…

Vue de la piscine sur Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia – Chinatown and Sri Mahamariamman

Indians and Chinese are the two largest minorities in Malaysia. In general, the two communities live in separate neighborhoods in Kuala Lumpur. But the Hindu temple of Sri Mahamariamman is an exception, being located in the heart of the Chinese district. T he clouds are coming in full force. The humidity is overwhelming and the sun starts to disappear little by little. It is only a round and transparent ball. The sky becomes dangerous, but how can we leave the refreshing pool when the temperature is over thirty degrees? Also, this has to be one of the best pools in Kuala Lumpur for its breathtaking view: located at more than forty floors, it offers a direct view of the Petronas Towers, which are among the tallest towers in the world and are a real economic showcase for Malaysia, of the…

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