De Palma Hotel Ampang

Address: Jalan Selaman 1/2, Palm Square, Ampang Point, Ampang, 68000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jalan Selaman 1/2, Palm Square, Ampang Point, Ampang, is near Singapore River, Merdeka Square, Jalan Petaling, and Craft Complex (Kompleks Budaya Kraf).
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    Travel Blogs from Ampang


    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Feb 27, 2015

    60 photos

    ... a sham to put it perfectly honestly! To get into the airport, we needed to show our passports and ticket information and whilst we noticed a rather large group of Chinese tourists, we made a dash to the man in charge to get in front of the queue. This man was laughing at this and we were glad we could provide him with some entertainment. Next was putting all of our luggage through the xray scanning machines, in which we heard a Filapino man talk abit of Chinese to the group ...

    Playing Catch Up

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jan 05, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... all a little nervous about our time in Vietnam. We know that close friends had said that this was their favourite country, but we were still a little apprehensive. Would we be safe? What would we experience? Would we be able to communicate? These are all questions I would ask myself every morning at 4:30am. Have I mentioned that I am amazed at how well adjusted our kids are to our situation? We take them to different hotels ...

    Indonesia Comment

    A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Nov 20, 2014

    1 comment

    ... So why wouldn't you come here? Because your government might tell you not to, that's why. And that is ridiculous. On the plane today from Jakarta to KL we had another interesting conversation with a local. (People are speaking to us lots here, a complete turnaround from our last world trip). He was a young businessman, suited and booted, from Jakarta but living in Sydney. He was on his way to a meeting. He told us he was sick and tired of seeing stupid media reports (and perhaps he meant ...

    No place like home?

    A travel blog entry by purpleberry on Oct 10, 2014

    3 photos

    There's very few places you can really call home right?...firstly you have to feel comfortable with not only your settings but also with those you are surrounded this case I think I'm super lucky! I arrived at Belinda's house this evening around 9:30pm and was greeted as always with the warmest of warm genuine hello's!...a tasty curry awaited my belly and some good conversing to follow...I genuinely feel happy ...

    Hanoi to KL

    A travel blog entry by souter on Oct 07, 2014

    4 photos

    ... trolley all the way. We are at the Tune Hotel which is quite new and very convenient for the overnight stopover as it is right at the airport. We settled in and went for a late lunch at the hotel cafe. We may have to go for a wander back to the airport later as there's no where to get bottled water though. Last leg home tomorrow.