Carlton Holiday Hotel & Suites Shah Alam
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... for the first of what had originally been a four night stay in KL but turned into a much longer stay as to our surprise we enjoyed being in KL so much.
Our trip to KL had been planned mainly because we wanted to visit the Thai Embassy to apply for a sixty day visa rather than the standard thirty day tourist visa for our next trip to Thailand so getting that sorted was our main priority on our first full day. We set off for the ...
... in KL and made sure that there was absolutely nothing amiss during our stay there. They introduced us to great Malaysian, Chinese and Indian food and we had the opportunity to visit spectacular temples and palaces around the city and best of all, we were able to attend a traditional Sikh wedding.
KL is an interesting city that consists of many suburbs that ...
... this afternoon that we all met up at my place. Quick arrangements had been made to settle the last minute errands and by dinner, we were all set. I am leaving you now as I have an early morning flight to catch and as a result, would have to be up by 2 am latest.
Looking forward to post as many photos possible from the trip and to share the fun that we had throughout.
... so we dressed quickly and then headed on out.
The next few hours were spent in Felique's grandmothers house catching up'. 'Selemat Hari Raya' is the greeting exchanged between everyone for this time of year.
The food is one of the best parts of the day. Each family member brings a different dish and contributes it to the table. There is so much food, it seems to be never ending! My favourite was the Beef Rendang. Felique's mother had made ...
... hour as they weren't too big. Later on we went up the Petronas twin towers at sunset. We've managed to go up all the buildings (Burj Kalifa, Marina Bay Sands and The Sky Hotel in Bangkok) at sunset so we can see the city in light and dark and obviously watch the sun go down. We were taken up on the bridge part on the 41st floor for the first part then up to the 84th floor observation deck. Afterwards we went down to the bottom part where ...