Transit Point Bed & Breakfast
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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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... use to the exchange rate as this was completely different to the Thai Baht, which still confused Tash anyway so she had no hope in hell lol. We found the coach to be the easiest and cheapest option. We bought our tickets and was told by the ticket operator to hurry as our coach was leaving at 11:30. Paige, looking at her clock which said 10:30 said we had plenty of time, so found a place to sit, logged onto wifi to talk to our loved ones back home ...
Today I woke up by the sound of water coming from the shower head, I guessed dad was in the shower since no one else could get into our room. I read a few pages of my book before dad came out of the shower and told me to get ready. I had a long shower because I was still a bit tired before getting dressed. Once I had my teeth brushed and was completely ready, we headed out for breakfast. For breakfast I had 3 pieces of french toast, 1 scrambled egg, ...
At 12 in the morning we set off in a cab for the airport. Nothing exiting was at the airport and we had to wait for around an hour to even board the plane. When we got on the plane I was amazed at how high tech it was. The were touch screen tvs with movies songs and games. I was up ...
... saw one monkey grab decorative flowers from one girlīs head which was quite hilarious, at least for us :)
We spent at the Batu Caves around 1,5 hours and were back in our hostel at about 14.15. We picked up Gonzalo and went out to have lunch (delicious honey sesame chicken with rice). Then we went to Chinatown, Central Market (another fish therapy was absolutely necessary) and we ended up having dinner in the Petronas Twin Towers. We ordered probably the ...
... to eat at their restaurants.
The highest twin towers in the world are KL's Petronas Twin Towers. We walked over to see them and take some pictures at night. As we approached them, both of us were amazed at how beautiful the architecture of these towers truly is. At night they are lit up and look even more impressive. Unfortunately, they are somewhat difficult to get a good picture with, but oh did we try! This became Jason's short lived dream; ...