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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 …
... days later I will come back on this comment. The English-Indian-Chinese influence entered from all sides and the culture reflects it everywhere through the abundant giant shopping malls, wide range of gastronomical offer, clothes and infrastructures. A rich country full of natural resources but unfortunately like many of its kind still suffer under high pressure of inside corruption from outside rulers, no more comment ...
All went well EXCEPT for the dufus at Adelaide airport who booked us all in separate seats for the KL to Phuket leg! First leg was great... good service, good food. All watched movies. Holly had a sleep. Then worked out had to get aero train to domestic terminal for Phuket leg even though travel agent hadn't told us. Eventually piled onto plane, ...
... before grabbing some breakfast. We sat under the imposing structures in KLCC park overlooking the lake of dancing waters to enjoy our fresh fruit and fresh fruit juice (and coffee and pastries... and a muffin) whilst we read about the many shopping opportunities in KL.
On a recommendation we climbed through the humid streets and building works surrounding the KLCC out to a place called the Kompleks Kraf which is described as an indoor ...
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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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