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The Batu Caves & Night shots of Petronas Towers

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Went out Yesterday to expolre the Batu Caves 8 miles north of Kuala Lumpur.
It is a place of worship dedidicated to the Hindu god, Murugan.
Also the shrine to Rama, who protects immigrants, along with the the shrine to Ganesh, the elephant-headed god.
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Made it up the 272 steps up to the cave.

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The Shrine to Rama.

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Inside the Batu Caves.

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Being Blesed by high preist Mr. Murugan.

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Ganesh!

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Very exotic women over here.

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Hindu Trinkets.

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Luna Made a Freind.

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Very lucky shot of this Hornbill. Very excited!

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Sneeking up on these 2 love birds.

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Monkeys at the cave.

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Stunning night shot of the Petronas Towers.
The Towers are 88 storeys, 421 meters tall and took 4 years to build with 24 hours of no stop building untill completed.
The sky bridge is at the 44th story mark.
The Tower was built in the mid 90's due to the cash rich Malaysian goverment saw its opportunity to create a new city center.
The entire exterior is mainly Stainless Steel.

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Water show at the 100 acre park at the Petronas Towers site

Posted by studneski 08.02.2013 02:00 Archived in Malaysia

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272 steps! Whew! That could be a very effective daily workout :-)
I guess it makes sense that if a man could be half horse, than a woman would be half cow-Kinda funny to have breasts and an utter though

08.02.2013 by Betsy Korzeniewski

Looks amazing guys your trip is taking you to some unreal places .

11.02.2013 by Jason

Wow! Congrats on the trip being underway! Did you get to go to the top of the Petronus towers? Or at least to the skywalk?

12.02.2013 by Rod Kazenske

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