We had a long list of attractions we hoped to see:
And some local food scenes:
...but the city was far too big to see even a quarter of them.
As we approached the colourful steps leading up into the caves, we walked through a square teeming with monkeys. Some tourists would try to feed the monkeys, but often have the bag of nuts ripped from their hands or the monkeys pawing them if there was no more food.
The 272 steps led up past the big golden statue into the limestone caves, behind us a beautiful panorama of the sprawling city of Kuala Lampur.
The caves arched over 300 feet to the top with some holes in the roof letting in the the lush vegetation above.