De Palma Hotel Shah Alam
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... just as seriously as any western nation. Men and women walked the streets holding hands, regardless of their choice of Muslim dress, and women spoke assertively and confidently amongst themselves and with their husbands, children and parents. If anyone has any preconceived notions of this villain used religion, Kuala Lumpur is the place to come and have your alternate view to that of many (often unhelpfully solidified by western media). It reinforced the idea ...
... a walk round the corner and up to a big multi-storey building where I was ushered up to the 28th floor only to be given an alternative address where I had to go for a visa. My super clever plan had failed! I had checked and double checked online what address I needed and I still managed to get it wrong...
So another 30 min taxi drive back into the centre of Kuala Lumpur I found the visa office and was sent directly to ...
Having survived last nights food onslaught, today we have to do it again. Bit of a cock up on the catering front I'm afraid! We had already booked a Christmas Day buffet at the Sheraton hotel. But Last nights extravagance was such a bargain, If you are over 50 (men) and 55 women(?) You get a 30% discount, plus a 20% early booking discount so we actually only paid half the true price. Be rude to say no....besides it is Christmas. A Very light breakfast of fresh ...
... but I liked it all - cendol drink and some other dishes like wantan mee, char keow, can’t remember the names of others- not sure if everyone else enjoyed it as much as I did. :)
After lunch we crossed over a street or two where Little India neighbourhoods start, and we went to the Hindu temple there for a puja or blessing ceremony. Before going in, Sean bought us bracelets made from fresh jasmine blossoms from the people who make ...
... shops. It even had a Marks and Spencer's. Then we went across town to the central market which was full of craft and souvenir stalls. It had an inside bit (2 floors) and an outside market. I haggled a lot and picked up some bargain souvenirs. We walked past the Sultan Abdul Samad building on our way and a mosque. They call people to pray 5 times a day (I think).
It was then time to head back to the Petronas twin towers for our tour. We took a ...