After the tour & some lunch we visited the grounds which included a kids park, lots of fountains & pools. We got a great picture of the towers with the Chinese New Years decorations at the bottom.
The next day we visited the Batu caves taking the KLM train to get there. The caves were formed 400 million years ago and were discovered in 1860 by the Chinese who mined the guano for their vegetable gardens. There are 272 steps up to the caves.
We spent the rest of the day visiting the Sultan Abdule Samad building and Independence Square where they have a flag raising ceremony each year on Independence Day to celebrate Malaysia's independence in 1957. We visit the Masjid Jamek Mosque and took a ride on the MRT.
The next day we visited the Bird Park, 29 acres of park that has part of it covered by netting so you have the birds flying at you and sharing the pathways with you. The peacocks were displaying their tail feathers everywhere. I caught 2 doing it at the same time.
Our next visit was to the orchid garden which was disappointing because very few were in bloom as it is winter here. We then visited the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia which has exhibits from The Malay, Chinese, Indian and Islamic cultures. There were textiles, pottery,
To experience the bus & the train from Kuala Lumpur to Seremban we took the train back.