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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCube Hotel Kuala Lumpur
It was a pleasant stay at The Cube. Got what i asked for. Staff were friendly and helpful. Good location. Although i wasn't alone in my room, i shared with over 100s 100s of ants, so beware of that really. Bathroom was nice i had a private single with en suite. Can't complain. I would go back and stay there!
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... t see much of the sun as the forest fires in Sumatra are depositing all their smoke in Malaysia. It's still hot and the humidity is high, triggering a couple of thunderstorms in the afternoons, so sweating is not optional. After four days we'd had enough and decided to head off.
Our first stop was Kuala Selangor to see the fireflies. You can do the fireflies thing in a long day trip from KL, but we decided to stay overnight, then see if we could get a bus onwards up ...
... we met up with another former colleague, Vikram and his wife, who took us to a typically Malay restaurant and helped us order and eat as many of the local delicacies as possible. Delicious! Cuisine in Malaysia is much closer to Indian food than we have had to date. As a frequent staple of our diet in the UK, we were only too happy to tuck into some of the breads and tikka chicken, as well as sample some of the Malay soups and rice ...
... ALOT! But its fun, and after 15minutes my feet felt soooo soft I was ready to walk miles and started my journey again.
The traffic was becoming busy as it was "hometime for the locals" You have to just walk and cross the road, there are traffic lights and they do work, but you could also be stood there till Christmas, so get in with the locals and watch how they do it and you find yourself getting from A-B quite safe and easy.
... floor bigger than Watfords two floors combined. I came to the conclusions than Kuala Lumpurans ( is that a word) shop as a hobby. Maggie visited M & S and bought a running cap to replace mine left on the plane. In the evening a walk across the park for dinner. Outside the towers there are coloured fountains performing a varying dance. Impressive for the first couple of minutes. All the surrounding skyscrapers are lit up but the two towers are particularly outstanding, more ...
... we went and listening to the screams of people coming through it and I have to admit I was the only one screaming when I was in it with the girls... oh to be young and fearless again!
Six of us were put in a round raft and shot down the chute into a huge swirling cone which sent up flying up and down the sides before eventually shooting us down the rest of the way. The girls were laughing their heads of at me screaming but I ...