First of all, it was our first taste of a really first world city since leaving Stockholm. But besides that it was a very interesting city. It has a large Chinese and Indian population and you can be in certain parts of the city and swear you are in either China or India. We stayed on the busiest street in Chinatown, Petaling, and it was quite crazy.
|The street our Guest House was on.|
|Lots of decorations around.|
We also arrived right as the Indian holiday of Diwali was going on. Because of this the night we spent in Little India was quite hopping with people. We had some great Indian food and then drank Chai and watched the people go by.
|The main drag of Little India.|
Our diner was at a place called Ben's and it was delicious. We had many glasses of wine, a salad with sun-dried tomatoes and lasagna for diner. We left with happy bellies. Outside, the twin towers were lit up, and we braved the pouring rain to get one more picture.
|They didn't look as tall as the Sears Tower or Empire State building. Everything is bigger in the US.|