It's an Hindu temple originally built in 1873 for the private use of K. Thamboosamy Pillay, who is also said to have discovered the Batu Caves, which I visited the following day. It is incredibly intricate and so beautiful.
This was in the main prayer hall.
While on the train, a man warned us about getting stabbed on the subway for our belongings. I was more alarmed by him than I was by any person I saw on the subways.
There's miniature me.
The temple had some really beautiful statues.
We then walked back over to the Petronus towers and realized that they were slight more visible from the front. There was a lovely park in the front as well.
I spent much of my time, thinking in my head, "Expecto Patronum!" and casting Patronus' in my head when I heard the name.
The Petronus towers are the tallest twin towers in the world and were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998-2004. No wonder I could barely fit them in the frame. Apparently they are built on soft stone and therefore required the world's deepest foundation. Another random fact: they are in the 1st episode of 24.
Married to Benedict Cumberbatch in my head.
Due to the extreme heat, I had forgotten it was nearing Christmas, but the shopping center at the towers didn't forget!
Well, close enough.
We then headed to a bird park which had a large variety insane looking birds and normal birds. But that will be in the next blog.