Kuala Lumpur has some superb architecture

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We had absolutely no idea what we would find in town other than the {PETRONAS) twin towers of KL as we could see them from our hotel room the day we arrived at Citrus Hotel. So we headed to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, built in 1897 for British Administration which was impeccable & faced a huge Merdeka Square with the tallest flagpole in the world (at 95 metres) proudly displaying the Malaysian Flag. The the KL Central Market was where we found the first of many fish spas?? what a blast.  Once the children were safely tucked away, I explored the Jalan Alor – basically a strip of Chinese restaurants spilling onto the road at night, basically a China Town. I wish I had an extra 2 days to have a better look around. Please follow this link to more images. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.460947127404763.1073741862.441531179346358&type=3