"Now lets go and see a cave", says Andreas and he tells air traffic our intentions. The Batu Caves are inside a limestone hill and have been made into a temple for Hindu worshippers. Its easy to spot, being the only major hill in the city area and a golden statue gives us a point to head for. Spotting a little cave entrance from 1500 feet isn't easy - and I didn't.see anything at all. Back over the city centre for one more look, again resisting the urge to swoop down between the skyscrapers. Back to the airport then as the sky darkens and it begins to rain,.not much though, its not a storm. A slightly different runway approach than what I've been used to in England .Its high and converging rather than a rectangular pattern, Something I'm not comfortable with so Andreas helps, just a little bit! too high, too fast as the plane floats on, and on, oh well. Down in one piece and able to walk away so that has to be good. Taxiing back to the parking spot, again avoiding the Airbus and a few private jets. Andreas kindly offers to drop me back into town, at the towers, this time for the ground up view.
An amazing experience - flying myself over the big KL getting a birds eye view of those famous landmarks.