Walking through the capital of Malaysia
• Malaysia capital Walk
Kuala Lumpur - the capital of Malaysia, another metropolis in Southeast Asia. Translated name of the city means "muddy estuary". River in KL really is, its purity leaves much to be desired. From August to December rainy season. We were just unlucky, every day we are exposed to rain! But with high humidity heat is easier.
Kuala Lumpur, as well as the whole country, has a very interesting ethnic composition. Chinese, Malays, Indians, Bengalis, and so on. The main religion - Islam. Russians visa to Malaysia is not required, upon arrival at the passport is stamped for 30 days.
And now I suggest a walk with me in this post on the Kuala Lumpur
KL Center, Bukit Bintang subway station. Number of shopping malls per square kilometer here rolls. Various branded boutiques, counterfeit famous brands, network Starbucks, McDonald's and so on. E., All sorts of restaurants and food courts. In general, tourists stop here. In walking distance of Petronas Twin Towers and Menara Tower
Though in KL and few pedestrians, but carefully done for them. In addition to the traffic lights. Sometimes they can not work, cars and bikes do not miss. We must be careful. Everywhere sidewalks, giant aerial crossings with the guards and cameras, markings on roads.
Mini-park in front of the Petronas towers.
Taxi Kuala Lumpur
If the front of your eyes this gate, then you've come to Chinatown. It is located a 5-minute walk from the Metro Pasar Seni.
So whether they are prepared in advance to the Chinese New Year, or the balls are always hanging here
In fact, this is a very big optovka on which you can afford to buy all that is necessary.
We did not really like. Little space, a lot of people and adhering sellers. Or we just were hungry
Gate at the other end of the Chinese streets.
And this mosque Masjid Jamek, located near the Metro station. Built in 1909, tourists can walk only on the territory, can not be inside. You also need to be covered knees and shoulders.
Kuala Lumpur, is hardly a concrete jungle. In the city a lot of greenery and trees. Over there behind the blue police box Embassy of Thailand.
The roads are good, stop too.
View from the station Pasar Seni. In a photo Kuala Lumpur metro station, which is located in the old railway voklaze, built by the British in 1910.
CR Post Office and flyover on one subway station to another.
City I am very pleased. Clean, well maintained, a lot of interesting things! I hope to go there again, not much to see. On this, our walk over