Cititel Mid Valley
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... What a great idea.
We decided to walk back from Petronas Towers to our hotel - probably about 2 or 3 kms. Flat walk. Half way the rain came down, and although we sheltered along the way, we were wet through by the time we got back. Thunder and lightening went on for about another hour.
A few skype calls home to the kids, and then some time on this blog.....
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... Malaysia’s people and its good fortunes for the future. Malaysia has been far more peaceful and successful than the majority of the countries in the area. Most people who want cars have them, though car operating permits are very expensive ($50K+) and many roads, even in town, are toll, with overhead sensors to charge you automatically. Eighty-five percent of Malaysians speak English, and the multi-cultural society of Malaysians, Chinese ...
... sweet right until I got off the plane. See, I wish I'd known that Malaysia is still in the midst of the tropical season before walking around the airport with a jacket (which I had oh so triumphantly brought on board in anticipation of negative temparatures upon landing in London). Worse, I got caught in the epic Starbucks line which, combined with the effect of holding carry on luggage, has turned me into a sweating beast. No, I do not have a spare ...
... and monorail) which are well connected and operate frequently. If in doubt you will always find a helpful person that will be able to point you in the right direction.
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... This shows you just how tall the surrounding buildings are in KLCC and the area around the twin towers.
Getting there was a dream come true for me. For years, I had daydreamed about being there and then there I was exploring the exterior, interior, lifts and even ending up in one of the tower’s service stairwells (wrong turn!). I took my time and soaked up the experience of being here despite the stifling heat.