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July 28, 2011 Kuala Lumpur, Maylasia

Hindu Temple and Muslim Mosque Visits

July 28, 2011

Today was about KL and accomplishing some things around town that are must see's. The first on our list was the Batu Caves which serves as a Hindu Temple.

Batu Caves - Hindu Temple

Batu Caves - Hindu Temple

Along our journey, up the many stairs, to enter the Temple, we were greeted by monkeys. A lot of them! Alex and Thad were very excited and both made it clear, that they can officially mark of their list of things to see in Malaysia. We did not just see one, we saw hundreds of them.


Once we reached the top and was inside the cave you understood the reason for picking this as a place to worship.


After having a lunch we were off to the Blue Mosque in Shah Alam, Malaysia. Talk about incredible, this Mosque can be seen for miles. It is ranked in the top 10 Mosques to visit and is well known around the world.


Then we were off to pick up Bennett and Ridgley from school and prepare for the evening activities. Mike offered to take the boys out for dinner while Lari and I enjoyed a Thai Massage. What a great end to the day!

Posted by keckfamily02 07:40 Archived in Malaysia

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