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... By the time we finished eating the sun had gone down its was about 7:30 and we decided we would like a few beers tonight and try and be a bit more social as we haven't really met anyone. Malaysia seems to be more antisocial with the travellers. I looked up some popular pubs in the area and they are all pretty well on the same stretch only walking distance from us. The first pub we went to was a dive so we looked for the busiest one and tried it out. After 5 beers ...
... situated where the Klang and Gomback Rivers flow together. The city grew up when tin was found in the mud, though supplies are now exhausted.
Our first stop was the Kings Palace where we were allowed as far as the Guards at the Palace Gate. We moved on to the war memorial which is in memory of those who died in the two World Wars but also the 12 year long ‘Malaysian Emergency’. There is also a beautiful memorial garden.
We then moved into town ...
... way to the airport for our next flight to Vietnam. However, we only got about 50 metres down the road when the driver said we couldn't go any further as the police had shut off all the roads. So we got out the taxi not knowing what was going on then about 50 police cars zoomed by and a couple of helicopters, and then hundreds of racing bikes! We were in the middle of a big bike race through the city! We remembered there was a monorail so we walked to the next stop ...
... a wander looking at the possibility of a cheap Samsung S4 - priced to the market here in Cambodia they are at lest $200 cheaper than in Aus. I choose to re-sim my little $10 Nokia instead..it makes calls, it texts, what more do I need? As soon as we walk away from the phone shops I pang with regret...I'm sure I'll survive without being connected to a phone with internet and apps..maybe. I start to note that everyone we pass has a smartphone..except me..
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... I get to the hotel about 2am. The hotel is clean and cheap, about $20 a night. The elevator is not working, putting in a new one by the looks of it, but that's ok. The hotel is very close to the Chinatown entrance so I go for a walk around the block and find there are still a few places open selling food. I settle for a couple of satay sticks, grab a bottle of water and head back to the hotel for a shower and a sleep. So far I have travelled a bit over 17000 klm, so I should ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCintamani Travellers Lodge Kuala Lumpur
The staff were very friendly and helpful. We spent 100 RM a night. Had AC and hot shower.
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