Bintang Warisan Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Kuala lumpur, de plek waar veel Nederlanders nooit zijn aangekomen, een gedachte waarbij we even moesten slikken toen we landden met het vliegtuig. Meteen merken we dat het een stad is door de georganiseerdheid die wel eens mist op de eilanden. Daarnaast is er overal airco en is alles vooral de wc op de airport echt veel schoner dan Thailand. Even …
... of KL While we were eating breakfast and when we returned to the hotel there has been a steady stream of elderly Chinese people leaving the hotel with blue bags full of something. We don't know what and wonder if any one has any ideas ? Returned to hotel for drink and a dip in the pool. Lovely but then we were marooned under the sun parasols as it started to rain and thunder. Not quite the finale we expected ...
... tied together with a "red envelope" containing money and may also include auspicious fruit like oranges. In Chinese cǎi (採, pluck) also sounds like cài (菜, meaning vegetable) and cái (财, meaning fortune). The "lion" will dance and approach the "green" and "red envelope" like a curious cat, to "eat the green" and "spit" it out but keep the "red envelope" which is the reward for the lion troupe. The lion dance is believed to bring ...
... to choose between soiling myself or trying to save a little slither of dignity and doing my business down a side street, I managed to barge through s massage parlour just in time! We headed home shortly after and made our plans for the next day over a carton of Milo. Gemma was still in hysterics right until bed time. We got up bright and early, and it's fair to say we are both now shattered. However, KL won't see itself! We hopped on the rail and booked our tickets to ...
... and Parvati.
Once we made it up the stairs, we caught the end of another puja ceremony happening there, and then Sean shared with us the ritual of burning some camphor as an offering- when you do that you say your full name and what your wish is. We gave it a try, you never know!
Outside of the caves that contain the Hindu temples, there is also a dark cave, where it is possible to see bats and ...