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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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... and probably never even had one in bath like this one. Living the high life!
Feeling pretty tired the next day, we enjoyed a much needed lie-in in our amazing bed and suite... May as well make the most of it! We finally dragged ourselves out of the bed (I swear it was holding us hostage with its amazingness) and headed off to see the Petronas 'Twin' Towers, just a twenty-minute walk from our hotel. Perfect! So we had a quick glance at the ...
... between two rivers. Outside the gallery were I love KL in big letter which id seen all over Instagram and wanted to find! We took touristy photos in the rain and headed to the central market. It wasn't what I expected, it wasn't very big, it was a lot nicer than I'd imagined with nicer than usual souvenirs. Walking around me and Lauren noticed a memorial message board for the aeroplane that went missing a while ago having departed from KL as well as the one flying towards ...
... we didn't think much of it because it was just a mall of technology that we weren't interested in but had to go really! After that we were going to go home but got stuck in traffic for over an hour! We had to go straight over to his brother and sister in laws place due to the traffic. They had invited us over for some traditional Malaysian dinner so we were really looking forward!! We got there an his 'condo' was in a really ...
... epic. It didn't disappoint! It is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside of India, with 272 steps (all numbered to reach the temple at the top. Once again (like Uluwatu) there were heaps of monkeys but these were more chilled than than the gits in Indo.
We picked up a couple of girls after from our hostel and all went to dinner and then to the Reggae bar for a few pints and a Beer Tower :D
... are $2,500 per kg. Yuk!
Eventually exhausted, I staggered back to the lounge to recuperate. The sun was going down, and the lights coming on.Norah Jones wafted over the speakers in the lounge. There were lots of Air Asia planes parked at the ...