Duta Vista Executive Suites
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On Saturday and Sunday I had my off days last week. Saturday I went to FRIM, Forest Research Institute Malaysia. Not very interesting, but still nice to do ...
... picking up an incredible map that is usually something we spend a long time finding and some simple directions to get to the right part of town. The airport is a long way from the centre meaning a 90 minute bus journey which again was just much comfier and cleaner than we've been used to, and again relatively very cheap! Our hostel is in Chinatown and only a 5 minute walk after getting off the bus. It's really nice and so close to some nice ...
... sweet dish with noodles and the crunchy bread makes it really tasty 3. Curry mee - curry noodles in soup 4. Char siew - or roasted pork I must add that Malaysia has just introduced a 6% GST and the noodles were priced at RM6 but will worth it! We went all the way to Jalan Pudu to try the crispy "pei pah" duck -"and that ducky is sleeping you should not miss as well as the delicious "wa tan ho" Cantonese noodles witch has a "fired smokey" ...
... disappointed. Another disappointment was that we tried durian fruit, a fruit banned from our hostel due to its pungent smell, and just did not relish the experience. More specifically, the smells is like dirty socks and the texture is of a rotten banana. The appearance is unique, green and spikey with white flesh. It is served with cream and wrapped in a starchy wrapper (probably to cover the abhorrent smell) but is still not palatable to us. Our new friends told ...
... had a cocktail each and found out that we were actually quite peckish. We went down to the food court to grab some food, even though they had a nandos and a subway (our favourites from back home) we opted to have some Malaysian food instead as it was our last dinner in KL until we are back. We went to a noodle bar and both had chicken and noodles.
We planned to get back to the hotel for 9.30pm so that Maureen could skype back home. We left before ...