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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... spend too long there as it was just megaliths and cave paintings, same as everywhere else. More interesting were the rooms on the old kingdoms and the colonial room. The modern history room was closed, but in any case we were still too jetlagged to take in too much.
I like the monorail very much. You can see a lot more of the city than you would at ground level, and the way it goes swooping around corners is vaguely reminiscent of a theme park ...
... you from" he asks. "Germany, and you?" I say for the 347th time since getting off the plane in HK. Upon which he just replies: "Oh, I don't know that." I give him a hint: "It's in Europe". Upon which he just poses:"Is it a city? What do people speak there, 'cause in France they speak French (...)". It goes on this way for a little while and I keep thinking this is even worse than in America! 'What to do in KL' I'm wondering over breakfast ...
... East Asia it's a bit of a novelty seeing Joe Public being allowed to express their distaste... Petronas Towers - and seen properly in the dark first all lit up like a Christmas tree - bloody stunning and hugely massive. K's seen this before of course but she was still knocked back (again) at the sheer size of the structure. Strangely there are loads of birds or bats circling the tops of the 2 towers - bit like something out of Gotham City. It's not the ...
... for his new phone. Caught the monorail back to Chinatown where our hotel is. Found a bar to have a beer at cool reggae bar. waited until the rain shower stopped, then came back to the hotel for a rest, after being out for 5 and half hours. Went out again about 5.30 pm strolled around petaling market, central market etc. stopped for dinner at petaling market, very yummy. Satay, mango chicken, and chicken fried rice. 2 big tiger beers all for ...
... J) and within 15 minutes, we’d dropped our two monstrous bags off and had worked out how to coordinate our various pieces of hand luggage so we both had a hand free for a very excited Carys to grab hold of.
After Oportos for lunch, we went through Customs. Fifteen minutes later, we were through and hung about the shops for a while during which time I called Nanny and had a chat – which was lovely J.
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking