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Can't ask for much more than blue skies and 30 degree temperatures. Well other than refreshing beer, great city views and a mixture of different cultures, all of which we got in Kuala Lumpur.
So we arrived in KL Thursday, to 30 degree temperatures and blue sky. Being the intelligent, sensible people we are, we decided to …
... I would have scoffed ten if I had room in my aching stomach!! After our rest we decided to head to Bukit Bintang which is an area of KL known for it's shopping and food. We somehow managed to get there on the bus but Catherine had fallen and hurt her ankle the day before so the long walk from the bus station to the centre was not fun for her. We pottered around looking at different shops and exploring BB. I love that KL is such a mixture of different ...
... local tourists seemed to love travelling in before hitting the street market again to fill our faces on all the delicious food (happily Claire did not eat the world's largest pineapple tart so she still had space for dinner).
Ajit (the hostel owner) had kindly offered to drive us to the bus station the next day so we came down at 8.30 as requested and waited for him. And waited some more. Finally the receptionist got through ...
... hawkers trying to sell us laser pointers or folding bowls. It wasn't until we were around the corner st the Whisky Bar that they tried to swell us their wares and blind people in their apartments in doing so (they point them everywhere). Afterwards we went back to the rooftop bar which was even busier now at close to midnight. The a Reggae Mansion definitely attracts a much younger and party orientated crowd than Back Home, which is consistent with the TripAdvisor ...
... Twin Towers are closed on Mondays which was the day we planned to visit them.
Planning started in January 1992, led by distinguished architect Cesar Pelli along with Deejay Cerico, J.C. Guinto and Dominic Saibo. Excavators began digging down 30 metres below the surface of the site on March 1993. The work required moving over 500 truckloads of earth every night.
There are several interesting facts related to the PETRONAS Twin Towers that we would ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFrenz Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Great hotel. It is brand new and everything is nice and clean. Staff very friendly, great location and great breakfast next door. Only negative the lack of a window.
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