Hotel Royal Kuala Lumpur
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... headed for a well deserved Southern indian breakfast of
masala dosa and deep fried savoury donut things that I can’t remember the name
of. The curry condiments were served in tin cans with ladles, you served
yourself and eat with your right hand, everything was delicious.
We made our way back for an Indi nap then out again for a
game called ‘Breakout’ where we had to decipher a way to get out of a room by
figuring out a crime from all the evidence ...
... buy things in lots of 3 or more as it is a wholesale market. My husband normally wears 2 to 3XL so it is sometimes harder to find larger sizes in Asian country's especially since they are smaller make hence the 3xl. But we were able to find shirts and t-shirts for him, not a lot but some. I enjoyed shopping here as I could buy standard singlets for cheap prices and some nice singlet or short sleeve tops. Quite a few levels and there was only one level that suited ...
First few hours in Kuala Lumpur and first impressions:
Well It is not a scary big city for one. I am even tempted to say that you could walk East to West of the city centre in one afternoon. However there is a lot of pollution.
We caught the sight of the Petronas towers from far away in the bus that we took from Taman Negara (well a local bus to Jerantut first, then another bus to KL. Traveling local once again and instantly saving 60 ringgit by ...
... On our walk back we got caught by a storm once again, the normal thing that happens on a typical afternoon in Malaysia. This one was right on top of our heads and dropping on all the antenas around us... another panic attack.
We finished the day with our first beer in 3 weeks (we drank alcohol last on Sonkran) and some nibbles.
It is now Wednesday and we have had an awesome time in KL. This city is small enough to walk everywhere but has ...
... at 8pm every night, a festival atmosphere descends. It suddenly becomes packed, and the display fountains put on a magical water and lights display to music. Millie's dancing drew the crowds and we were asked if they could photograph her. Rupert enjoyed chilling on the play equipment while being straw fed the yoghurt pearls from my tea! Another highlight for us has been Berjaya Times Square. This is a 48 storey building comprising of a hotel and a 13 storey shopping ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Royal Kuala Lumpur
Few minutes to Sungei wang, close to monorail, and near to malls. The price also reasonable.
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