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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrisdale Kuala Lumpur
The Price is cheap, but the room is a little bit old. But very close to the market and public transportation.
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... of polished off at least 2 cookies each in small pieces. Surprisingly not much difference in price we purchased some snacks, including 3 bags of dolly mixture reduced to 50p, haven't seen Emma that excited in a while.
After lunch we decided to carry on our homely theme and watch a film at the cinema. With not much choice we went for Fast and Furious 7, not bad despite some of the most unrealistic scenes of all time. At 15 Ringgit (£3) a ticket you couldn't really ...
... the booth. Luckily the machine spoke English and had symbols as well. You got a blue disc as your ticket. You swiped it to get onto station only a short wait before the mono rail arrived. 4 stops later after swaying from side to side past the sights of huge malls and also development projects as in any city. Following our trusty map, you would be proud Mary and I can retrace my steps, we made our first stop at the Clan See ...
... and fortune to the business.
We were all given chocolate coins and Mum and Dad got a lucky number thing. To finish, we had to partake in a Prosperity Toss, a raw fish salad containing fruit and noodles etc. using large chopsticks everyone had to mix it by picking some up and dropping it again before it was divided and we were expected to eat this horrible salad which smelt like honey and fish.
Yusheng is often served as part of a ...
... have seen some really beautiful temples in this continent but this wasn't one of them, HOWEVER it was without doubt the most entertaining and possibly even the one we stayed st the longest for a reason of its own. We started climbing the massive straight staircase that led us up the mountain when we started spotting monkeys sprinting up and down along the handrail with in touching distance of the tourists. There was dozens of them! It was only when we got to the ...
... that sell food you can give to the monkeys- such as as sweet potato, banana and long beans. They monkeys are so tame that they will sit on you while they eat. This was definitely one of the highlights of the day! They are so cute and so much gentler than the macaques we saw earlier in the day. There were macaques here as well, but you dare not feed them as they are quite aggressive.
Once we finished there, we drove ...