Cardogan Hotel

Address: 64, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 64, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is near Suria KLCC Mall, Bintang Walk, Sepang Circuit, and Sungei Wang Plaza.
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Escape to the Hills

A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Apr 13, 2015

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... sharks, assistants at the window would flash a torch at the divers face every now and then, which we could only assume was to warn them of a shark creeping on their 6. It felt like we were about to watch a scene from 'When Animals Attack', at one point a shark dove down towards the diver and opened its mouth for the guys head only to pull away at the last second, the speaker on the mic reassured us that it was just going in for a kiss. He also reminded us on a couple of ...

Fish supper and Fire Flies

A travel blog entry by sonia.robinson on Mar 08, 2015

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... as it is Sunday and all families out for fish meals. Then we took a short stroll past. more restaurants to the boat yard where we were all kitted out To know how many L, M , S. Life jackets were required. We were all full but life guards were aroundOn to a very rickety jetty to await the boat sitting on very old faded red plastic chairs. After a while chatting to a Dutch couple who were off to Burma tomorrow we set off on the boat. Luckily ...

Chinese New Year Lion Dance

A travel blog entry by melissa96 on Feb 19, 2015

108 photos

... then stand up and proceed to toss the shredded ingredients into the air with chopsticks while saying various "auspicious wishes" out loud, or simply "lo hei, lo hei" (撈起, 撈起, in Mandarin lāoqǐ, lāoqǐ, meaning "scoop it up, scoop it up"). It is believed that the height of the toss reflects the height of the diners' growth in fortunes, thus diners are expected to toss enthusiastically.

Mum had a headache ...

Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by gem_marc on Dec 14, 2014

... of hours sleep and got a taxi to the airport. We had really underestimated the distance and was cutting it fine with timings as it was only to realise we were at the wrong terminal. We were literally sprinting to the tube station and through the other terminal, I even knocked some poor guys suitcase over apparently without realising as I was running up the escalators! But it all worked out, as always. And we are now on board our air asia flight to Kota Kinabalu in Borneo! ...

Eat, Pray, Love and a helicopter pad

A travel blog entry by curtandcolleen on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... fun to joke around with. He is also very passionate about his work in helping to preserve Malaysian heritage buildings and areas.

We started the tour off with some breakfast foods at a typical Malaysian place that sells Teh Tarik (or pulled tea) which is tea and condensed milk that is poured back and forth between two tin cups- this takes some skill! Roti is also a typical dish we sampled roti with Kaya (which is a very sweet spread kind of like ...