Above is a video of Beth recalling how we met.
While we enjoyed all of the roller coasters, we especially enjoyed the bumper cars. I suspect this is because for the past few months, we have been forced to be passengers to some of the craziest bus & taxi drivers you will ever see. When we were finally allowed behind the wheel, we employed some of our newly-learned unsafe driving techniques.
Kuala Lumpur, like seemingly all large Southeast Asian cities, features some bustling markets. Above is a video taken during a walk through a portion of the Petaling Street night market. During the day, this street is a busy roadway, filled with cars, buses and motorbikes. Each night, the street is closed to traffic, and the pictured stalls are erected.
Perhaps pigeons are fans of the Lord Murugan, because hundreds of them congregate by his statue. We noticed a number of tourists handling the pigeons, either by enticing them with food or by grabbing them by surprise, as pictured above. While I have no qualms about walking through homeless encampments at midnight, there was no way I was going to grab a pigeon.