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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpha Genesis Hotel Kuala Lumpur
nice hotel. tapi duduk 1 malam saja la coz time tu buat visa nak ke china
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... meeting point was outside the art gallery in the city - primarily has Vicky had seen an I<3KL sign outside we could get pictures in front. The gallery itself had a model building exhibition on but as the tickets were redeemable in the cafe/gift shop we headed in to check it out. It was actually a 40ft by 55ft scale model of Kuala Lumpur which was pretty impressive! There was also a show that went with it which gave information about KL and its ongoing projects, ...
... my blog. Checking into reggae mansion which I have high hopes for, plans of a roof top bar tonight to overlook the city and a city tour organised by the hostel tomorrow. It's just a short plain ride of 2 hours. Hopefully I will smoothly grab a visa at the airport and find my way to the hostel, my first lone challenge though I'm feeling confident. Will be relaxed to hear of rach having a safe landing and hopefully a new safe arrival of Lauren's ...
... towers houses Suria KLCC, a first class (posh) shopping centre so we had a look around then headed out to the adjacent park. The park is also impressive with a large lake (Simfoni Lake), lovely fountains, a swimming area (Aquaria) and an enormous children's playground. Next we walked to Bukit Bintang, another retail area, where we had a look around then stopped at a bakery for lunch. Our hotel is across the road from the ...
... Cider oh I have missed you but just the one was enough for my bank balance even during happy hour.
The skies were still spitting with rain so we found a small food market restaurant and had delicious thosai with dal and mee goreng noodles, dishes I have had on previous visits to Malaysia.
On to my favourite shop, Forever 21, in the Pavilion mall to get some basic strap tops which we have been living in for most of the ...
... a rusty old sewerage pipe: it's a bit neglected and downtrodden, but all in the same view theres also a traditional style building showing the history, then behind there the Masid Jamek temple, showing the ever-present religion, behind that a spray of palm trees showing the tropical beautiful nature and then behind that a skyscraper showing the influx of the modern west. I loved Australia and Thailand and all but I felt kind of like I was on holiday and this is where my ...