Risking it a little we tried Chinese again but this time for breakfast. To be honest it was a little better, simple Chicken and rice.
We wanted to head to one of the huge shopping malls KL (it seems the locals call Kuala Lumpur "KL") so we walked to the nearest LRT station (Light Rail Transit). It's no where near as extensive as London Underground with only 3 or 4 different lines including the Monorail but it was a really good service which got us across the city in no time, and relatively cheaply.
We popped our heads up from the underground station as you do and had arrived literally under the KL Twin towns (we're heading up tomorrow as it's closed on Mondays). The shopping mall below was great, totally full of shops we couldn't afford anything from, Armani, LV, Tag Heur, etc, but had fun walking around for a few hours.
After lunch and a few hours of window shopping we spotted the cinema and thought we'd watch a film. They're cheap as chips in Asia, less than £2 each we caught "Surrogates" then went back to the guesthouse deciding Chinese was no longer on the menu as its always rubbish!