Bintang Warisan Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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 …
... gallery was our next stop, the very exclusive mall with red carpet escalators and people hired to open the double doors to the likes of Prada to customers entering. Out the front they had a dragon dance too which we watched for a while but was quite terrible in comparison to our hotels. It was also the entrance to the Marriott Hotel. We watched as valet parkers opened the doors of Bentleighs, Rolls Royces and other exclusive cars with tinted ...
It was a really nice change to wake up to warm air, lush green palm trees and a old Malay man walking backwards on what looked like warm stones, reflexology for the feet am told. :)After a lovely breakfast in a cute French Patisserie it was time for a dip.I was slightly freaked at the thought of putting a phone under water but "Sony promise ...
... we are heading next weighs on my mind as we are usually practical travellers (I hate that word its so pretentious but it will have to do) who like to have a defined path set out.
Traveling with no real itinerary will take some getting use to, while I do like the idea of spontaneity, I’m far to practically minded and the biggest challenge for me over the coming months will be to let go and go with the flow.
At the moment that's the biggest challenge.
... and we were woken up one night by the Germans living next door to us. Sounded like there were 10 of then in there. One night Tasha went mad and started banging onto the adjoining door screaming "shut up!" They eventually got the message lol. Out first day we went to the "central market". A big centre full of market stalls about a 5 minute walk away from our hotel. Each market stall sold different items which was nice to see after Thailand were ...