Daffodils Park KL Hotel
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... lot of faffing going here and there on the monorail and train network, and the distance covered wasn't vast. In fact we probably could have walked there quicker! The biggest annoyance of the night was finding out that the Helibar was closed (on Sundays) after all that effort! As we were already there we decided to try and find another rooftop bar instead, which was a strangely difficult task. Firstly we tried to get the security guard at the bottom of the Helibar building ...
... Caves, it has quite an impressive giant golden Budha, but the 300 hundred steps to get to the cave, I mean come on! I was practically having a heart attack by time I got to the top, but was rewarded by a gigantic cool cave. By time I got back it was getting on a bit, so decided to head across town again to the Petronas Towers to see them at night, and wow! they look so much better all lit up.... I had planned ...
... a million devotees made the pilgrimage from KL to the caves about 13km away. It is a festival that celebrates faith, endurance and penance. We are not going to follow in the steps of the faithful and walk, rather we are catching the train that conveniently stops just outside the entrance. We do however have to walk up the 272 steps to reach temple cave as it is known. On arrival we see an enormous statue of the monkey god, and not too long after we see the first of the monkeys ...
... br> One slightly unfortunate thing about KL is that in many areas it smells as though somebody nearby has soiled themselves. The reason for this is the drains; it rains a lot here and obviously this is problematic in a city, so there are drainage grates all over the place, hence the odd odour.
We like it here, all is good; we think we're going to deviate from the shedule for the next stop and go to the Cameron Highlands rather than Taman Negara.
... rise by the minute. Soon it will rain, and rain hard. Hopefully it will be reasonably short and sharp, and enough to cool the place down for the evening. But, I have my doubts. Now, as I write this, it is absolutely belting down, thunder, lightning, the whole nine yards. But the breeze is getting cooler. The stall holders are doing what they can to protect their merchandise. The potential customers have bailed for a dry spot. I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services