Sri Tiara by Far East Hospitality
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... They're everywhere. Mission 6 - pedicure Mission 7 - return to Picollo Hotel to be collected for our afternoon tour to Batu Caves, dinner and a night visit to the Fireflies. Anua, collects us on time at 3pm. He is a jolly fellow that laughs raucously at everything!! We head out of the city and he is very informative and knowledgeable. We talk about everything from politics, economy, his experience with a ghost, his children, their education, ...
... Turquoise water, white sand beaches…you get the picture :) We spent 3 days snorkelling, diving and playing UNO before moving on the next island, Redang. Redang only offers « all inclusive » accommodation so we had no choice but to enjoy a bit of luxury in a room about 50m from the picture perfect beach :) Activities included more snorkelling and more diving. At this point we both have about 15 dives and are starting to feel much ...
... good city as much as the countryside, so am happy to walk and explore them. And that's what I did. There is a great transport system there, but it's just as easy to walk around and see things too. A must-see was the Petronas Towers, and especially at night.
We also went to the Batu Caves, a set of caves on the outskirts of the city. Some you have to pay into, others you can just enter ...
... hand enjoying it. It's cute! We headed back late afternoon for a much needed cold shower and grabbed a bite to eat. Tonight we headed to the Petronas towers to see them out up at night! As we walked up the stairs onto the street for The subway we were thinking that we were a few streets away from them, but then we looked up and realised we were right underneath them! They looked so pretty at night! The lights and mirrored glass made them look spectacular! We ...
... tartan sarong.
Headed on up the road to Merdeka Square which was the birthplace of Malaysia, it was here they claimed their independence in 1957. This is the most famous patch of grass in Malaysia. I must admit i was more impressed by the enormous flag pole which you can see pictured, I later learned that it is the tallest in the world at 95m. I always thought that title belonged to Auckland Airport with their flagpole, sorry ...