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... t feel too disadvantaged watching the race at the track. The commentary and screen kept me updated on the drivers' progress. The radio commentary even included drivers' radio messages which surprised me. I actually felt being at the track was advantageous over the TV in two ways. I could really tell how spread out the field was (Hamilton almost lead the whole race with a commanding lead) and I found it easier to identify the drivers' in their cars as you had to rely on your knowledge of ...
... then there was only block print batik. Today there is a lovely hand print on silk. Bugger the scarves got me, another couple to add to my collection and a couple more presents done. Then finally onto the Batu Caves which is why I picked this tour. There are 275 stairs up to the Hindu shrines inside the limestone cave. I guess I just do to want to leave India. The stairs are quite steep and there are monkeys everywhere. Here was a festival here 3 days ...
... with views over the miles of city, being the 2nd tallest building in KL it's easy to understand how amazing the view are! Together with the Michelin star food we ate like kings with a buffet style all you can eat cuisine with roast lamb to tikka masala and chicken satays to chocolate fudge cake! It is a must to anybody going here! YOU MUST DO IT! After that we walked ...
... 2 hours to KL and we arrive at 8ish. We then have a fair wait at the taxi stand I go to the counter while Bean waits in the long rank queue. Initially the woman tells me they've run out of cabs and to get a 200 minivan! Sod that I take the taxi for 75 and the queue moves and after over an hour we've arrived at the pacific regency hotel. A long wait while bean fumes our luggage arrives. We're on the 17th floor and head to 23 to check out the restaurant and ...
... Lanka. We did an archanai and prayed to him. The atmosphere of the temple was sublime but full of vibrant energy. We asked the priest if we could take a picture of the Hanuman as we noticed the no camera sign in the temple. He was reluctant but finally gave in to our request.
This famous temple had started off in the year 1954 as a shrine for a local warrior. The shrine was constructed by members of the Malaysian army. At the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAvillion Admiral Cove Port Dickson
Service by staff were prompt and they are so friendly and helpful. Transport can be a challenge if u dun drive or call a cab. so be prepared with the taxi company no or the hotel n so that u can call them to book a cab easily.
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