Sri Tiara by Far East Hospitality
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... other things?). The highlight (lowlight) though was trying durian, the local fruit that is so stinky it is banned from many public places and our guide told us once he heard of a plane being turned back due to some contraband durian on board gassing the passengers out. Resembling a big spiky melon on the outside, the inner edible part looked to me like a fruity alien foetus sac. But that's possibly why I shouldn't be allowed to watch horror films.
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... places from China and india. The Portuguese took over and then the Dutch and then we came in and took over, we brought even more diversities of people. 1957 they gained independence so it ment that all of these people with their religions and cultural backgrounds gained residency. To be quite honest it's worked out really well, it's such a peaceful and wonderful country from what we have seen. Different religions living amongst each other and there isn't conflict. ...
... in better shape, it was one of the old fashioned long boats with tarpaulin roof and wooden slat seats, the driver of these boat was pouring pure gasoline into a funnel on the engine with bare hands out of what looked like a coca cola bottle – I looked back in part hilarity and part horror, I wasn’t entirely convinced we’d survive this trip! So we set off on route to an island across the bay, rickety as hell the driver himself, a local Cambodian, was doing ...
... ridiculous. But it’s very hard when looking at them not to recall similar images at theme parks and restaurants in the U.S. and abroad.
Which leads to a larger issue. There is no doubt that there is a strong cultural component to what we perceive to be sacred or awe-inspiring. Clearly, one person’s holiest image or structure or music may seem entirely empty to another person, even someone from the same country and of ...
... admire them on the cheap from the park below. After realising there was more to KL than we originally thought we booked another 2 nights in the hotel that we affectionately now called 'the hole'. We also went to Central market which is a big craft market and food court then onto square which a had some older traditional buildings, a good view of the modern city skyline and the 'I love KL' sign which we'd seen on many a postcard. In the afternoon we ...