Carlton Star Hotel

Address: 47, Jalan Dato' Sheikh Ahmad, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, 70000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 47, Jalan Dato' Sheikh Ahmad, Seremban, is near Seremban International Golf Club and Seremban Cultural Complex.
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      Hanoi shopping

      A travel blog entry by kksasia on Oct 03, 2014

      All the stories about old Hanoi are true. Very busy. Mainly motorcycles. Riders only look ahead. I think they assume if they look ahead they won't run into anything and they assume everyone else is doing the same. Seems to work and despite what looks like bedlam it functions very well and traffic continues to flow. The motorcycles are more than motorcycles. They are trucks, buses, ...

      Last day in KK :(

      A travel blog entry by cramow on May 15, 2014

      ... we got the food, it was amazing! It was by far the best meal I'd had in KK, I just couldn't believe how good it all tasted, I must have eaten about 20 prawns as well! Even better it only cost us £7 quid each, it was just crazy! I was absolutely stuffed after the meal but myself, Sharif and Sam decided to walk to the waterfront for a final drink together. We then headed back to the hotel a couple ...

      Malaysian Grand Prix FP1 and FP2

      A travel blog entry by lb12 on Mar 28, 2014

      51 photos

      ... few air conditioned places at the track). The F1 Gamezone houses the merch and the F1 2013 game racing simulators. To play you have to spend more than RM135 (which isn't difficult to do or buy a F1 cap). The merchandise isn't reduced for the local residents. For example, a Red Bull Ricciardo cap is about $65. Shirts are over $100. Unless you want last year's McClaren stuff. It's discounted as Vodafone is no longer their sponsor nor does Perez race for them anymore. There's also ...

      FRIM & Putrajaya

      A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 25, 2014

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      ... Station on KTM Transit on my way to LCCT. Putrajaya Mosque looked popular among girls because of its pink colour and I wanted to see it. I took a bus, paying 50 sen to the square near the mosque and prim minister's office. It was Saturday, so the guided tour for MYR1 frome the station was available, but I didn't have time to take it. It seemed convenient to take a taxi, but I had heard the taxis in ...

      In transit

      A travel blog entry by misspollock on Jan 19, 2014

      ... staff's attention to the fact that I was being flooded did was get me a bit of paper towel. That was drenched within minutes, as was the pillow and flight blanket. No apology, nothing. Ugh. Well, I told myself, at least I found that pay- to-enter guest lounge in the airport. At least I could have a shower there. Ha! Famous last words. While the cost for the lounge itself ...