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West side story - Chinatown to Chinatown.
The food here in Kuala Lumpur is amazing!
It is the best cuisine on the planet with thousands of dishes, snacks, street-food & an army of sweets to choose from....Malay, Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, Arabic, Greek, Western, Indian, Vietnamese, Filipino etc.
Endless arrays of …
We got the bus from Melaka to Kuala Lumpur which is about a 4 hour trip, and it cost less than a single bus ticket from Reading centre to Calcot! Once we arrived, in the short walk from the station to the hostel we realised that there are many random holes on the roads and pavements, as if they just couldn't be bothered to finish stuff. After …
... free schooling, so most people moved to small villages at that time. Some of the elderly people still live in the jungle but come to the villages for their holidays.
Arrived in Kuala Lumpur and it has been all go. Obviously, the first stop was to see the Petronas Twin Towers. The Towers were completed in 1998 and were the tallest structure until 2004, but are not the tallest any more. However, they remain the ...
... though it was freaking hot. We passed by the KL tower which was very impressive while we were looking for the famous Kuala Lumpur City Centre which are 2 huge skyscrapers with a bridge/lookout between them. You would think that it would have been super easy to find skyscrapers but you would be very wrong ahah. The streets in KL are all like criss crossed and hard to follow so it took us aka Jord a wrong turn before we actually found it but it definitely ended up being worth it ...
... They know how to open bottles, packets and all sorts and run around all over the area. The huge gold statue that stands at the base of the steps is quite something, its massive and is really an iconic picture for the caves… which is good really cause I'm about to slate them too! The steps lead you to a huge, well room really. Less cave like, more huge room with rock for walls. There was litter everywhere and there were five chickens, half dead on the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTransit Point Bed & Breakfast Kuala Lumpur
Finding this little gem hidden away on the corner of chinatown is a must. Clean, quiet, great owners, free tea/ coffee/ toast and wifi, aaaanndd.... cheap!
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