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DistanceThe total distance of our route was 46.86 miles (75.42 km).
|Max Elevation||413.39 ft||126 m|
|Min Elevation||-42.65 ft||-13 m|
|Total Climbing||8,339.9 ft||2,542 m|
|Total Descent||7,959.32 ft||2,426 m|
TerrainThe beginning of this ride was on small roads with minimal traffic. When we got to the city, we discovered motorbike and cycling lanes on the main highways, which was great!
AccommodationWe couchsurfed for 5 nights.
FoodWe made breakfast at the farm before heading to Kuala Lumpur. Once we were in the city, our generous hosts took us to several great restaurants. We also cooked a few nights.
Points of Interest
Batu CavesA limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples. There are 272 steps to the top of the hill, where you will get a beautiful view of the city.
CostsFive nights in Kuala Lumpur, shopping and our meals cost us 1,394.02 ringgit. Altogether, we spent around $434.75 USD in Kuala Lumpur.
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