The Residences @ Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Kuala Lumpur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Residences @ Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Kuala Lumpur
An excellent hotel with large rooms and most of the facilities you would expect in an apartment rather than a hotel room. Also well located within walking distance from the city centre and the Petronas Twin Towers. The view from our room over the city and the Towers was also a highlight of our stay. Highly recommended.
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... to have dinner in the hotel and as it is the month of Ramadan the buffet was extraordinary and the range of food enormous (though Kerry said is was like a glorified Big Wok!)
On Saturday morning we had booked a city tour which started off with a photo opportunity at the Petronas towers, with severe neck ache we then visited a batik factory and chocolate shop. After tasting chocolates with a hint a green tea, mango and chillies we got back ...
... me to convince dad to ask someone where an ATM was but eventually we got there. We didn't buy anything except for a SIM card that didn't work for 41 MYR ( $13 ). Once we had finished at the airport we got on a bus. The bus was meant to be a no smoking zone but I think when no one was around the driver smoked because it was a bit smelly. After a little while I started to question if the driver was actually taking us to KL sentral because it took so long but it ...
... ate very small mouse, but it was fun to see. Didn't get to make a good picture, they flew to quickly.
After that we went to the Japanese restaurant. I might not be the biggest sushi fan (at least the ones with seaweed), I do like the rest of the food! I took an ice-cream as dessert from Baskins Robbins and then I took the LRT back to KL Sentral. I took the train to the airport and there the ...
... haze in many of my photos. The Malaysian guy that I visited the Petronas Towers with told me it was smoke from Indonesia where they are burning their fields. Apparently it's a yearly thing. I read about it before coming but was under the impression by coming now I would miss the burning period. Wrong, I guess. The Petronas Towers are also called the Petronas Twin Towers. They were the tallest building in the world from 1998 to 2004. Now Taipei has the ...
... to check out the Bird Park which is the biggest in the world and it was absolutely beautiful. Walking there was tough though because it was all uphill and super hot out so even though it wasn't really far it felt like a journey in itself. The bird park is huge and is basically a big bird cage with different birds walking around which was awesome. My favourite part was getting to see all of the beautiful peacocks because they truly are just majestic creatures and I loved just staring ...