It's humid, hot, noisy, dirty, confusing and most of all very different from home or Australia. But I've enjoyed it!
I had 11 hours between my flights. So instead of sitting at the airport, I took a fast train and ended up in the middle of a hot pot.
All the streets are at 90 degrees to each other in Australia. Almost no chance of getting lost. So when I stepped out of the central train station in KL, I had no idea which way to head. Streets were above each other, twisting in all possible directions. I've planned to walk a great distance, but I understood soon enough it would be a difficult task. I didn't want to miss my plane! Though I regretted I haven't taken an extra week to stay in Malaysia. To rest and warm myself at the beach.
An amount of time was spent in Chinatown and around it.
I have forgotten how Bangkok was. I always remember it as a big, noisy and smelly city. But I think it wasn't as dirty as KL.
I ended up in a part of a town where I could see 4 streets at the same time. It was very strange to notice that I was the only woman there!
The last hour was spent in the modern part of the city. I took the train to the city center, to gaze at the Petronas Twin Towers. You can see the top and the foot of the buildings.
Time to get to airport...