BEST WESTERN PREMIER Dua Sentral
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Using this hotel in Kuala Lumpur as a stopover worked so well on the way out to Oz that it was well worth staying here again on the return journey. Also it allows us the flexibility to leave some of our luggage here as we make side trips to other parts of Asia.
Plenty of construction activity going on and we were both very impressed with this city, easy to get around using the Metro or Monorail.
Tourists are made feel welcome. However it must get hot here in the summer
The visit to the Petrona Twin Towers was really worthwhile. The up- to-date technology employed on the displays of the building during the tour were very impressive.
After the battle through Customs and Immigration we were ready for a good rest on the train that connects the Terminal Building to the Sentral Station which takes 28 minutes and no stops.
A short drive got us to our hotel, very reasonably priced big rooms with tea-: making facilities and big comfortable beds : we were ready to fool the …
... water and light show under the towers, had picnics, visited a private health clinic and ate a lot of comfort food. I saw the city where far east meets middle east with new eyes. The city became beautiful and facinating all at once. There are very few cities in the world where one can walk along a single street and pass a jungle park, a mosque, a Hindu temple, china town, a 5 star shopping complex, and a church. The colours, sounds and smells mix together to form a ...
... for carlsbergs. We meet Roger, or rather he meets us, he's a lottle chinese dude who shakes our hand several times just to make sure. It's a cool bar, but not what we came here for. We come across what I have dubbed the Discworld fountain and archway street. The fountain is a bunch of stuff balanced on 4 elephants. All it really needed was a giant turtle underneath them to finish it off. Archway street is a street with colourful archways on it. I am nothing if not imaginitive with ...