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travelling in KL for 2 days

  • funlovingtr-
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    I have booked a room near KL Sentral hotel for 2 nights and will be touring batu caves and forest research institute of malaysia RoyalSelangor pewter factory china town masjid jamek bird park and adjacent gardensand jalan imbi (cosmos indoor theme park) central market little india royalpalace through LRT/MONORAIL /KTMCOMMUTER My question is that how do i tourthese places on the same day or in 2 days (if possible )without crisscrossingthe same stations .I believe from kl sentral the bird park and adjacent gardensare nearby and that masjid jamek is the nearest station from kl Sentral. Soguys please help me to plot the most convenient route.If i have missedsomething interesting , do tell. I know going to see Fireflies is a great ideabut its far away and I dont have time for a 4 hour journey to and fro. Thanksin advance, everybody

    #1 Posted: 25/2/2011 - 22:21

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  • rledez1990

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    I'm sorry, I don't know about the routes... but I visited the Malaysia zoo last year and absolutely loved it! It was the best zoo I'd ever been to!

    #2 Posted: 23/3/2011 - 19:30

  • laurenladky

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    I hope you are heading to the Petronas Towers. Maybe I will get some flack for this but I thought they were spectacular. Fantastic view of KL. Go at sunset and then eat everything in sight. The city has spectacular food - enjoy the stingray! 

    #3 Posted: 24/3/2011 - 16:07

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