Beltif Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... practised their rituals, the sights and sounds, the decoration and design, statues, carvings, tapestries, incense, offerings are a feast, and I wonder what it all means, what the people are praying for, why they are there. At the Hindu temple a fellow played a reedy sounding instrument to a drone backing track amplified by a little speaker, while a drummer beat and tapped to a rhythm that I couldn't fathom, while another guy tolled a large bell in a slow sombre ...
Having seen the Highlands & islands we are again making our way back South towards the capital & eventually to Port Klang to sort out shipping for the van.
I have been e-mailing an Australian agent whose Malaysian contact is based in Petaling Jaya, just South of Kuala Lumpur. Owing to the month of Ramadan & the Hari Raya festival that follows it, most of Malaysia has been ...
... were overtaking cars while going around 80mph. As if the speed wasn't enough the man’s driving wasn't much better as we found ourselves clinging on for dear life in certain points. Not long after we had left Johor Bahru we had come to a large hill which, when at the top, had an amazing view. One side of the hill had blue skies and white fluffy clouds whereas the other was black stormy skies. Driving into the storm we were blasted with raindrops, wind and ...
... hotel that I kept the shuttle driver amused for the entire journey with my constant snapping. See below.
And for those of you who have been keeping up to date with my pet hates about living in Cambodia you will know how delighted I was to find the pictured sign on the wall in a corridor outside our room.
Sadly the same rule did not extend to the hotel’s dining facilities where three of the worst behaved children I have ...
... down at my request, we finally managed to track down my missing luggage and I was finally able to escape the confines of the airport.
Strolling passed the bleary eyed tourist queueing up at the “only” taxi office, I used my extensive local knowledge to book a taxi and take me to the excellent Traders Hotel, overlooking the magnificent Petronus Towers. Unfortunately, by the time I arrived it was a
little too late ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking