Lunar New Year in Malaysia

Thean Hou Temple

It is Lunar New Year in Malaysia and almost a month ago that we posted our last blog. Let’s say, we had a little break. The last month we spend in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We had a eat a lot of food there and at the same time we enjoyed the celebration of Lunar New Year. We went to Thean Hou Temple, because this was one of the places to be during the celebration. And off course it was very nice.

Address: Thean Houtempel – Google Maps
Website: Thean Hou Temple – HainanNet
Admission: Free

Batu Caves Kuala Lumpur

It has been a while that we went to the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur. The last time we liked it so much that we went again. It was later in the evening and most people were starting their dinner. When we arrived, we saw a lot of people in orange. Those people came to prey. We did not know. When we came down the stairs there were people walking with instruments. They were singing and dancing it was very nice to see.

Address: Batugrotten – Google Maps
Admissoin: Free

Because we stayed in Malaysia for a while, we already saw the most of it. So, we didn’t took a lot of pictures. Except maybe from the food.

Our favorite foods in Kuala Lumpur

We have found some very good places to eat. If you come to Kuala Lumpur, we advise you to go to the next places for food.

TG’s Bistro (Indian): TG’s Bistro – Google Maps
Pappadom Restaurant (Indian): Pappadom Restaurant – Google Maps
Mogolian BBQ: MONGOLIA BBQ – Google Maps
Halab (Midden-Oosters): Halab KL – Google Maps
Chicken Rice (Chinese): Famous Chicken Rice – Google Maps
Madam Tang (Mochi): Madam Tang Machi Popo – Google Maps
Kedai Mamak Husin (Indian, Malay mixed): Kedai Mamak Husin – Google Maps
Dimsum (Chinese): Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong @Kuchai Lama – Google Maps

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