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Around Kuala Lumpar

The Blue Mosque in Malaysia was very impressive. It’s one of the largest mosques in Southeast Asia. It is the symbol of supremacy of Islam and the Sovereignty of Muslims in Malaysia so it’s a very important place. Haha just a historical fact for you:D There are lots of other tourists in this area.
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We met some guys who are going to Sabah and Sarawak in a few days. We went for some beers and swapped stories about what we have seen in Malaysia. The guys were telling us they had treked through the rainforest all day last week and were covered with leaches. The marks left behind were nasty. We also visited the Batu Caves and luckily they didn’t have bird nest soup(once was enough)! The caves were made of limestone and were made into temples along the river. We took a day off and went to the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park. It wasn’t as great as Disney Worlds Typhoon lagoon but definitely better than West Edmonton malls Water Park. All is well, I’ll BLOG again soon.

Posted by dhk456 10:31

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