In a massive area surrounding KL Sentral, you can find the Brickfields, aka Little India Kuala Lumpur. The area is incredibly vibrant, filled with colourful shops and archways and the wonderful smells of Indian curries and chai.
Beth tried a thali filled with curries and rice and papadum, whilst Jives tried a Paratha and butter paneer dish.
It was an incredibly hot day, and we were carrying our backpacks on our backs (before heading to the airport).
I decided to get traditional henna done as a final souvenir of the trip to Malaysia. I absolutely love how detailed the art work was.
There were a lot of monuments and a gorgeous, colourful fountain to be discovered as we walked around the Brickfields.
I wish we had had more time to explore this colourful area, but the incredible heat and the weight of our backpacks forced us to retreat to Chinatown, in order to sit down and enjoy some last beers before the flight back to Canada.
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