Carcosa Seri Negara
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... almost everything was shut so we had to go to Wendy's which seemed to be a KFC sort of thing, that we've never been to and judging by our ****** dinner I don't think we will go again (although they did have un-bitter tomato sauce.
We checked out the light show at the fountain again, this time sitting down and watching a whole show (10 minutes/3 songs). It ...
... 180 ringgets you get a hat, goodie party bag and a wrist band that enabled you to visit the 4 restaurants in the hotel. Chinese, French, Malay and International. Again the food was exceptional and so was the presentation. Ice sculptures, gingerbread houses, it was just too much. In the French restaurant, there was caviar, oysters ,lobster. The usual piped Carol musak in the background plus the guitarist and violin player ...
When I left Ao Nang I didn't think I would see my travel buddies again but as luck would have it was reunited with Sophie and Zac in Kuala Lumpur. They were staying in a crummy guest house and had warned me as much, but I chose to stay there anyway as it saved me making a decision about where to stay! I got my own room which was basic but appeared to do the job until I found bed bugs wandering around the bed. ...
... rather than messing about with taxis. From the B&B where we were staying, our nearest monorail station was Raja Chulan and from there it was only six stops to reach KL Sentral, the main rail station in Kuala Lumpur. This journey costs the equivalent of about 40p so it's a good, cheap way to get around. From KL Sentral trains run to the Batu Caves every half an hour. This takes about 35 minutes and costs 2RM ...
... were just like the guards at Buckingham palace, where they can't smile or talk. We went onto a mosque, where we were given long purple robes to wear. We weren't allowed in the prayer room as this was strictly for Muslims only but it was nice to take a peak whilst walking by. We took a trip to the national museum which explained the history of Kuala Lumpur. We had no idea that this was originally ruled by the British until they became independent. ...