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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... room. Mark had solved a
different room the night before with a group of other people but Indi was not
into solving the crime, only pulling everything out of the cupboards and Kat
did not have the brain space to figure anything out so we pulled out early and
headed to ‘Fat boys’ for an American burger lunch.
After lunch we had a quick swim at the hotel
pool where Indi chased two older kiddie around the baby pool then we headed for
the plane to South ...
... westerner shopper, it was one of the higher levels, some shops sell the same or very similar while others are unique. Prices are generally fixed as well.
I was a little disappointed with the food as there was a lot more western food than traditional Malay food, for us we have great Malay restaurants in Sydney and I didn't find this at all. Great place for shopping, plenty of designer stores but not sure on prices as it's not within my budget so can ...
... lots of attractions. It is the 8th most visited city in the world and I understand why. We have tried to cover as many areas as possible. We also met Zane, a kiwi fellow traveller that has accompanied us for the last two days. We saw the Petronas towers, the KL tower, the KLCC, many shopping malls, the Batu Caves, The national Museum, the KL gallery, Merdeka square, the national monuments and more. It has been a jammed packed few days and an excellent time.
... other things! Within the mall there is an amusement park. Once you've paid your entrance fee you can come and go, meaning you can shop all 13 floors, get some lunch, and return to some rides. The amusement park also had a kids theatre inside. The kids LOVED this, and we loved the air con. It's truly impressive. We thoroughly enjoyed our day here and one day we will come back and stay in the hotel! And make it to china town as our plans to go got rained off! The people in KL ...
Arrived Malaysia via Korean air, which I must say is truly close to "excellence in the air",comparable to emirates. It's sad when Korean air economy class feels service feels like a huge upgrade after flying delta for 15 hours. KLIA is just like Dxb terminal 3. ...