Reggae 1 Guest House

Address: 156 Ground Floor Jalan Tun H S Lee, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50000, Malaysia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 156 Ground Floor Jalan Tun H S Lee, Kuala Lumpur, is near National Zoo, Tabur Hill, Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, and National Art Gallery.
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        Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

        Soaking in KL

        A travel blog entry by barnicko on Aug 22, 2014

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        ... check out the skyline by night, and were treated to an amazing show of lightning lighting up the nights sky. We then headed to an area of town recommended by Max's masseur for dinner, here we pigged out on chicken satay, noodles and spicy beef served on a hot plate...delicious. Finally, it was back to the hostel, where we managed not to crawl into bed, and instead headed upstairs for the rest of the night, enduring some appalling karaoke, but having a great ...

        Friday/Weekend Adventures Prt. 6 & 7

        A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng on Jul 22, 2014

        86 photos

        ... so far. I also visited the national mosque, but due to the time that I arrived and the hours that I spent in the museum I missed the visiting hours for non-Muslims. Maybe next time!
        After my mini-adventure I headed back to my second favorite place in the city, Bukit Bintang and grabbed dinner and a movie. The Fault in our stars was an amazing movie despite not quite capturing all of the events in the book. I thought it would be a bit awkward seeing a ...

        A rising metropolis

        A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Jun 01, 2014

        17 photos

        ... temples, old tea houses, Chinatown and beautiful parks for the people to enjoy. Anything you want you can get here. A traditional Malay meal for two for under $5 or a Louis Vutton purse (the real thing) for thousands.

        Like many other Malaysian cities Kuala Lumpar's streets are defined by their local residents. I make my way through Chinatown visiting local clan houses carved with ...

        The ballsiness of Kuala Lumpur

        A travel blog entry by laurenedwards on Apr 28, 2014

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        ... and have seen most of the sights that we wanted to see and do we took the day to go back to the place we had liked the most. Our train was cancelled due to a technical fault so we decided to follow the large crowd to wherever they were going to get to Bukit Bintang. It felt good to be a sheep for once and it paid off. If in doubt, follow a local. We arrived not at Bukit Bintang but instead inside a huge shopping mall. So huge in fact it had a theme park inside. ...

        The bad, the ugly and the GOOD!

        A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda on Mar 15, 2014

        1 comment, 68 photos

        ... why!!! He hasn't bothered to contact us since. A few days later I went to the market with the headmaster of the school. We saw three of the Chinese volunteers there. They ran and hugged me and asked if I was okay. They said they were prisoners in the house and had to lie just so they could leave. They wanted to go to church with the headmaster but had received a text message from the owner that they could only go if Fraser and I would not be there. I wouldn't have ...