Cititel Mid Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to mix it all up. The aim is to toss the food as high as you can- the thinking is the higher you toss it the luckier you are. You can imagine how messy it got with 12 people! We still had some left to eat though and it was good. The rest of the meal was amazing- an array of dishes that we would all recognise from home together with a lovely soupy style curry, some amazing prawns and some “marmite” ribs. We then had some bizarre green bun for dessert, filled with ...
... have to be really careful where you walk, otherwise wet feet are in order. That evening we went back to the Petronas Towers. There is a lake and at certain time water spouts up in formation, the spouts being of different colours it is quite spectacular to watch. It was getting late, so we decided to check out a roof top bar in the Trader Hotel. Luck would have it there was a buggy for clients. David asked him if we could hitch a ride. "No problem" so off we went. This bar ...
... so I picked those up and filled them out as we were taxiing to our gate. One of the nice things about flying really late at night or really early in the morning is that the airport is basically empty. Getting through customs in KL and then again in Manila was a breeze. The lines were super short. Which was a good thing because our plane was supposed to have landed at 4:55 and it actually landed at 5:30 AM. And my flight to Puerto Princesa left at 7:25, and ...
... but this is very expensive in Malaysia). When you arrive to exchange your reservation for your ticket there is only one person doing this along with taking new reservations which includes arguing with people who have arrived thinking they can just arrive and go up (like I did the first time, but I didn't argue with them). You then get only 15mins at the Skybridge and then another 15mins at the Observation Deck and are shuffled out the door. I feel the whole thing is poor run and ...
... the caves were full of pigeons who enjoyed flying towards your head. We also saw some of the small Hindu shrines and temples inside and enjoyed watching the cheeky monkeys run up the cave walls with fruit. For lunch we had Vietnamese food at a quirky restaurant along Bukit Bintang. Rhianna described the food as fabulouso, Steph described the food as fit and Kat described it as ...