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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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... if there isn't any fresh milk. Day one was hot and bright after a storm in the night so we picked up a couple of maps, a street art one and a food map, and headed out to explore. It was such an interesting town to walk around with a new and creative site around each corner. The following day it rained all morning so we made the most of it by lying in bed until check out at midday. We also booked some train tickets so we could make our way ...
... trip to Europe, and an outstanding stopover.
A very bearable 11 hour flight direct from Auckland to Kuala Lumpur with Malaysian Airlines.
As usual, a wonderful cabin crew service and food (how do they produce such amazing chargrilled satays in flight?)
Once again they came up trumps with great fares, and judging by the very full aircraft we are reassured that many other people ...
... like the Rising Dragon, where the rooms really were superior, this was a far cry.
We dumped our stuff and the friendly receptionist gave us a map and pointed out the best place to eat - just around the corner, it was also 24 hours, so we could go there late at night after going bar hopping. We weren’t planning on going bar hopping, but it was good to know.
We got to the restaurant and ordered food, Edd and Cip ordered chicken ...
... went to see what was up there. He came back down and he was not impressed so we decided to quickly check out the Dark cave and then leave. You had to pay to go into the dark cave and as we were not happy with what we had seen so far, it was a 'take me back to the centre' look on both of our faces, we chose to leave it and head back. We were soon on the comfort of a nice, clean, air conditioned train that we started to feel a big peckish. When we arrived back at KL Sentral, ...
... chose to.
After a quick run through a security scanner, we were loaded on a high speed elevator to get to the Skybridge- the wordl’s highest double-decker bridge that offers amazing views of Kuala Lumpur. It is a glass and steel bridge that runs between the twin Petronas towers on the 41 and 42 floors allowing for one level for public visitors, and the level above allows employees to walk between the towers without interruption or to act as an ...