Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... the way. Eventually we headed the right way and started to see signs for the monorail. But there were not always escalators so we had to drag our suitcases up and down stairs. By the time we got off at bukit Bingtang it was ******* down with rain. Waiting out the front of Lot 10 for 15 to 20 minutes, the hubby did a bit of investigation and figured we could walk most of the way without getting wet. So of we went and made itin one piece and not too wet.
... a theme park!!! Really cool but weird to see as whilst browsing the shops we could hear the screams of the people on the roller coaster. The shopping centres in Kuala Lumpur are legendary, not just because of theme parks inside of them but because the shopping is sooo good. To truly experience the city, we had to go to one and see what the fuss was about. This is one thing that I do love about here being that is really is a shoppers heaven. George was desperate to go ...
... He was a new friend from the minute we left. He took us to see the towers, for a starbucks, to watch the waterfountain show, then onto the Arabian street where he had a photo of us drawnt into a cartoon picture and finally we finished having some food at an Arabian buffet. He paid for anything and wouldn't let us spend our money. He was a great guy.
The towers were amazing and something you just couldn't imagine being real. They stand so tall in the sky. ...
... time and then 7 nil at full time. While they were a good team, very fast and skillful, we did not play our best game. Nor did the umpiring us any favours as we conceded two stokes, two PCs for offences well outside of the circle, and two yellow cards that would probably have been at best green cards back in NZ. Given this though they were a better team than us, though the score line was definitely flattering.
This evening we had our first ...
I'm no city gal, but turns out the uber city of Kuala Lumpur is my new love. We had a tricky flight there as Ru was a nightmare for the 2 hours. He just didn't want us. He even sat with the flight attendants during the landing. Lucky (?) for us, Air Asia aren't overly strict on safety regulations..... At last he fell asleep on the 1 hour trip from the airport to the Orange Pekoe Guesthouse. The drive to the city centre was such a contrast to the Asian cities we've seen so far, ...
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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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