Today we decided to visit the Eco Forest surrounding the KL Tower. This is the last remnant of the rain forest that covered this region. We duly set off, map in hand, to walk from the park. After walking for ages & having been given the wrong directions by various people along the way, we got to the entrance to discover a notice on the gates to say that it was closed! So, we then started to retrace our steps, passing some old shop houses as we went. These are almost derelict & the surrounding area is completely run down. Such a shame that there seems little interest in preserving any of the old KL heritage. Well, we succumbed to the heat & impending rain & braved the free bus to go back & freshen up before our visit to the Petronas Towers. In a very slick operation visitors are given a brief talk & sent off in colour coded groups for the experience. First we were taken to the Sky Bridge. This is 41 floors up & quite a feat of engineering. We could see for miles! After about 15 minutes those of us in red group were ushered to the lift & taken to the observation deck on the 90th floor. From there we had amazing views of KL, but you don't really appreciate how high up it is because it's closely surrounded by so many, admittedly not as tall, other sky-scraper buildings. It's interesting to see the development going on all round the towers & beyond & quite noticeable that very few old buildings remain. We were given about 20 minutes to admire the view, then returned to terrafirma. Later we sat in the park for a while & waited to see the towers light up as dusk fell & watch the coloured fountains - very pretty!