Month 10 of Remote Year has brought me to the melting pot of Malaysia, the city of Kuala Lumpur. The charm of KL lies first and foremost in its multiculturalism. A blend of many nations and a varied mixture of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Tamil, Thai and many more cultures live in this city. As an Islamic state, you will see plenty of mosques throughout the Malaysian capital but between these, you will also see South Indian Hindu Temples, Catholic churches and Chinese temples. Being my first time in Asia, it really opened my eyes to how tradition and modern culture was coexist. I lived in the popular entertainment and shopping district, Bukit Bintang.