Monday, December 12, 2016

A Quick Visit to Kuala Lumpur

I know I already have fallen in love with Tokyo and in my mind, there is a small chance for any other country in Asia to surpass that. But maybe I have to give others a chance by not judging them even before sitting my foot on them. So here you go, I booked a ticket to Malaysia and off we went to for Kuala Lumpur during my elder daughter's school break in October. We took the kids to the Batu Cave, KLCC Bird Park, Aquaria, Jalan Alor, Petronas Tower, and that's all.






Family photo with a peacock. Suna was scared of the bird.




This way to more peacocks and peahens.




It was so humid that day. We had to change outfits.




This was the cutest part of the KLCC Bird Park.




Looking for dinner at Jalan Alor.




At the Aquaria the next day.




Then walked to the biggest children's playground in Kuala Lumpur after.




The kids didn't want to leave. Haha.




Saying 'hi' to the twins.


On our 3rd day we didn't do anything much cos there was traffic everywhere due to the celebration of Hindu's Festival of Light or Diwali. We just spent most of our time at Berjaya Time Square, a mall nearby Park Royal Hotel, the hotel where we stayed in. The good thing about Berjaya Time Square is their indoor amusement park. Of course, it was nothing compared with Universal Studios in Singapore. Nevertheless, the kids had fun with the rides and were tired enough to sleep soundly on our flight back to Manila that night.

Honestly, traveling with family is the best though can be a little hard at the same time. We wanted to stay more or go around more yet there are factors to always consider first. Like what's stated in the title, it was just a quick visit. Anyway, we make memories and interesting discoveries while traveling whether it's a short or a long one. Hopefully, our next flight is to a continent that we've never been to, ever. Hint: we had our visa interview approved last Friday and now we're waiting for our passports to come in the mail.





PS. You can more photos from this trip in my Instagram. Follow me @mrskolca.






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