Hotel Royal Kuala Lumpur
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Few minutes to Sungei wang, close to monorail, and near to malls. The price also reasonable.
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We left the luxury of Hard Rock where we hold such great memories. We caught a local bus from outside the hotel into Georgetown, after our last buffet breakfast. We arrived in town just after one o'clock and found a travel agency that ran buses from Penang to Kuala Lumpur. Luck was on our side and we didn't have to wait long for the next bus, 20 minutes to be precise. After getting a bottle of water and some biscuits, we waited for the bus to pull in. We ...
... great, although nighttime was hot (a low of 24 degrees C.). I need a few days to acclimatise. Love the food here, on average £2 for a main course and really tasty stir-fries and noodle soups. Also there's the Indian influence so curries are on the menu too. I had my first Laksa since leavening Sydney, ...
We didn't have breakfast included at the hotel so we walked out and found a nice cafe Wolo attached to a hotel. Had an amazing breakfast, eggs, bacon, tomatoes etc. Reasonable prices, nice atmosphere, very happy!
Mike and I left Alanna to do some shopping by herself, we headed over to the Bukit Bintang monorail station. We caught the monorail about 5 stops to KL Sentra, then managed to find our way ...
So I am a little over 9 months into my journey and can’t believe how quickly time is flying by. It’s hard to recall all the wonderful experiences I’ve had and thankfully they wont be forgotten as Vi has insisted on logging them into a memory book (whether they are shared experiences or ones on our own). But after 9 months even a journey as grand ...
... you and your friends being placed inside of a logic-puzzle maze from which you must 'breakout'. Think Fort Boyard or Crystal Maze. Challenging you to open your mind and take nothing for granted, this puzzle was devilishly difficult even though we opted for 3/5 difficulty. Despite our keen intellects we couldn't complete the challenge and, if it hadn't been fully booked, we would have done another one straight away. I hope that there's a branch ...