Daffodils Park KL Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... traders hotel. We sat by the pool with some pretty floating red lights with a perfect view of the Petronas Towers. Once we got our photo in front of the towers it was time for bed before our last full day in KL tomorrow! Day 40: It was time to get up early to catch the tube to the Batu Caves. We were surprised by how close the entrance was to the station and immediately the caves were in sight. ...
... and I had a lot of mixed feelings coming into the office that morning. I felt excitement because completing my internship made me one step closer to getting home, relief because I knew I could finish my last project before the end of the day, but also sadness because it was all over. Living in KL hasn't been the easiest experience for me and despite all of the complaints that some of my family and close friends have heard me complain (for which I am ...
... positives and negatives. The airline was a positive, we were able to choose our seats at time of booking for a minimal fee, Malaysian took no booking fee or credit card charge and the food was a choice of both Western and Asian. The back of seat entertainment system was probably not top of the tree, but was more than adequate with a good choice of movies. The Philippines for us had some good memories that were probably ...
... have it fixed in Kuala Lumpur. Unfortunately we werenīt successful. We were told that we would have to leave our camera in the SONY Support Center at least for 7 days. Besides that, they asked us to present a paper proving the international warranty related to the camera, otherwise we would have to pay USD 200 for new lens that must replace the original lens which are currently full of sand and dust. Of course, we didnīt have such a paper.
Once we were done in ...
... and went home.
Our first taste of Malaysian buses was pretty comfortable and the journey to Malacca was uneventful. Our hostel owner was a character, he even had his picture as the sign for the hostel and after telling us about his plans to dominate the hotel industry in Malacca, he drove us down to a mosque on the waterfront for free to see the sunset with a few other people from the hostel. That night we hit the ...