Number Eight Guesthouse
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Oh! My! God! I thought the taxi ride from Singapore Airport was bad but it was nothing compared to the trip from KL International airport this morning. We had a very friendly taxi driver but he didn't know where the Guesthouse was so whilst driving at 110km/h he tried to input the address into his satnav with his right hand whilst calling someone …
We arrived in Bangkok on the eighth of June after a harrowing travel experience (27 on-flight hours) We spent four days at the Royal Benja Hotel and received less than desirable service (there was an actual paper clip found in my breakfast at one point.) The dollar is down and prices are up, Bangkok is way more expensive!!! On the twelfth of June …
Started off in Kuala Lumpur for a couple of days orientation and to meet the other volunteers at both Taiping Zoo and Zoo Negara. Moved to a small town called Taiping - no I've never heard of it either. Staying in a lovely house with 6 other people and we are all having a great time. There is a large sitting room, kitchen area with dining table ( …
KL is a really cool City I love it. The picts got lost so here they are
Today was the day of high rise buildings first I went to KLCC the place where the Twin Towers (Petronas Towers) are and as I was too late to get any of the free tickets to go onto the sky bridge I went later on to the KL Tower. Which is not as high as the Twin Towers but as it is located on the top of a hill it is higher from the sea level. OK? So …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNumber Eight Guesthouse Kuala Lumpur
Reasonably clean, very friendly personnel, two nice and quiet twin-rooms in the back. Downside is the huge tv that's almost continuously playing, transforming the communal room into a cinema, only to entertain the lounging staff. Free filtered water, coffee and tea, breakfast with plenty of fresh fruit.
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