At exactly 4:00am, I arrived at Berjaya Times Square. It's one of the biggest shopping center complexes in Kuala Lumpur. It was too early for the establishments and the stores to open so I had to wait patiently before the monorail is available. I had to make use of the extra time while waiting so I used Google maps just to check the place. I was apprehensive at first to look around because the streets and some of the alleys were not well lit and dismal. I reached Bukit Bintang. The area has a long been Kuala Lumpur's renowned retail belt. You'll find some swanky bars in the area as well.
KL Sentral is the largest transit hub of Kuala Lumpur. It offers a wide range of connectivity linking the different areas of Malaysia. From there, I also had my ticket and boarded the train going to the Batu Caves.
Even before reaching the tourist spot, you would be in awe to see the magnificent colossal statue situated in the facade of the Batu Caves. Such a delight for travelers. Moreover, you don't need to spend a single nickel. Enjoy the splendor of the site for free!
After few minutes of looking around, I decided to go down, rested and sat for a while and watched the birds as they flocked together in front of the caves.
After grabbing a quick bite, I walked straight to the path of the historical interest of Kuala Lumpur - The Independence Square.
Thank you for travelling with me, until the next journey! Truly Asia!