The Hindu temples here have these really elaborate carvings all over the place.
Here’s a closer view.
This is a roadside Indian restaurant called Lawanya Food Corner. It was quite delicious.
They hand you a plate with rice, then you can pick from a couple dozen different curries that you serve yourself. When you’re done, you show your plate to the lady behind the counter, she eyeballs it, then tells you how much you owe.
Here’s my plate. I can’t remember how much it cost, but it wasn’t more than two or three bucks Canadian.
They still have Kenny Rogers Roasters in Malaysia! I have very fond childhood memories of this place, so of course I had to check it out. Sadly, it wasn’t particularly good, and the food was nothing like how I remembered it being.
Last but not least, here’s a shaved ice dessert called Ice Kacang. It’s maybe the least photogenic dessert I’ve ever had, but man, it’s so good. It’s also super refreshing on a hot day (and every day is a hot day in Kuala Lumpur).