We woke up early and this gave me a chance to interact with Azli’s wonderful family. After having delicious breakfast and tea we headed towards city again. Our first stop was at King’s palace. In Malaysia the parliamentary government is under King’s rule. Visitors can only view the palace from outside. There are also some history printed on various information boards outside palace.
After taking some snaps we visited central market which is a shopping center for handicrafts and also has variety of food outlets. You should taste local fruits and fruit juices as lot of options are available. Also it’s a good place to shop t-shirts and other souvenirs as rates are reasonalbe
As we were not interested at all in shopping, we were again back to streets of KL and next stop was China Market. As soon as you enter the market you are in a different world. Suddenly all posh and clean streets are gone, a chaos will be there and as per my friend’s advice you are not supposed to stop at a shop unless you want to buy else you will be forced to buy. This place reminded me of Palika Bazar of Delhi but must admit Palika Bazar was cleaner in it’s comparison.
A Busy KL Street
In the evening I had the best experience in Malaysia when I met Azli’s friends from previous office. We had tea and snacks in a very small restaurant along with great laughter. No travel is complete without interacting with people that belong to that place. After spending a good 2 hours with them, we headed back towards our hotel for dinner. I started feeling a bit sad as next day was my last day in KL and trip was coming to an end.