Crown Regency Serviced Suites
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the mountainous terrain. We stopped once along the way for a toilet break and a chance to top up our snacks. Thanks to a slow driver we arrived into Kuala Lumpur a little later than expected, around 7 o'clock. We could tell straight away that we were going to enjoy it here, that maybe because we saw a rather large nandos! With little idea of our surroundings and where the hotel we booked was, we waved down a cab and jumped in. 10 minute drive and we arrived at ...
... basketball. Perfect activities on a full stomach!! Ha!!! Meanwhile our friendly helpful companion is cleaning our room. I'd really like a helpful companion for home. Wonder if you can get them at duty free. Adams trying to tell me he's my helpful companion. Hmmm. Not really the kind of help I'm going for. Had a lovely dip in the pool. Too salty for Charlotte. Some folks are really hard to please. She was quite happy though ...
... again at this point but she was the one who said the counter would be open until 6:40 am there and it should only take about ten to fifteen minutes to get there, so I should be ok on time.
I didn't waste any more time thinking about it; I just went outside and got a taxi from the taxi line. I'm lucky that it was still early enough that we didn't run into too much traffic, although there was some bad traffic going the other way. The lady at ...
... through the shops and down to the train station.
Bought our return tickets to Batu Caves for 8myr for the 2 of us, can't believe how cheap transport is here.
Train took about 30mins, then it was a short walk to the caves entrance (no charge for admission). walked up the massive set of stairs, stopping o check out the view and the monkeys.
We wandered through the caves, which are ...
... to visit a new part of the world that I have yet to see. These options still remain possibilities but what keeps me inspired are all the subtleties in the experiences I am having here in Asia. It’s the enjoyment of getting completely absorbed into the moment and appreciating every little thing for what it is. Whether it’s through interacting with people, tasting the foods, or viewing the architecture and landscapes; I ...