Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur
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... is fine barring a few minor issues, and we make use of the decent wifi to sort quite a few things out for Indonesia.
Our time in KL is destined to be short – we’ve been here before so have explored the city quite a bit; this time we only need to be here for the night, ready for a journey to the centre of Malaysia starting early tomorrow morning. We head out late evening to explore the local market (better than we remember) and to grab some pretty ...
... and fruit pieces. I loved how childlike it was! We had a great time in KL and packed in as much as we could. I didn't expect to like it as much as I did and I would definitely go back. It was great because I felt safe there but even though parts of it were quite Western it was still authentically Malaysian too and there were lots of places to experience the culture and eat street food!! 4am start to get to the airport. (No rest for the wicked!)Our taxi man Steve ...
... hotel in the china town and before we could sleep i had to stuff a towel into the freakin' air con vent as in this hotel there was no remote for the air con and it was set to freakin' 16 degrees... :)
the first thing in the morning we went to see the Batu caves easyly accessible by the over-groud train, than we had a delicious dim sum lunch back in the China town before heading to the Petronas Twin Towers at dusk.
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... I had spent enough money I showed me receipt to have a go at the F1 2013 racing simulator. It was quite difficult and I only managed fourth place, which was probably largely due to the fact three of my seven other competitors were children who couldn't drive.
Afterwards, I squeezed my way through the crowd to take photos of the drivers as they were on stage signing autographs. The queue for signatures was huge so I'm sure many people were disappointed they didn't make it ...
... called Dome. After lunch we walked around the Lake Symphony which hosts the musical water fountain. We also managed to find a suitable place for taking of our new flag picture.
From the PETRONAS Twin Towers (stop no. 17) we went to the Bintang Walk (stop no. 6) which is a part of so called “Golden Triangle”. The Golden Triangle is Kuala Lumpur's main shopping and nightlife district. It includes the ever busy shopping area of Bukit Bintang, the ...
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