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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 …
Thursday Morning. Holiday Time.
Right up to take off there where work related phonecalls but when the plane took of we were really on holiday. Over 400 people on a flight and we happen to sit next to Sue, who also was going to Burma and was going to be on our tour. Felt good to know someone allready.
We arrived at about 8pm and someone told …
... A little history: In 1857 Chinese prospectors came in search of tin at the Klang river, imaginatively naming it 'muddy confluence', translating to Kuala Lumpur. The finding of tin mine quickly drummed interest, creating an instant economic rocket for the town's future. With Malaysia under British occupation, Frank Swettenham soon put a large town plan together and by 1896 it was the city capital of federated straits in Asia. Wednesday 22nd January We consumed ...
... me down by Port Dickson before Melacca and it's a lovely journey way along the Melacca Straits and a changing landscape of more barren sand with almost dead looking trees which is different. There's a triathlon on today and I meet many people cycling and running on the road, they all have a thumbs up for me, especially all the cyclists. Thankfully I manage to stick to the minor roads and it's a nice journey all the way out to Port *************** out to some of ...
... or smile. However if you do ask, they will help you out. English is widely spoken here and once you get out of KL the temperament is a lot different. Travel around the city is easy enough tokens for the "subway" system are 1 ringgit, the buses about 2 ringgit. But everything worth seeing is easily seen by foot.
So checking into the hostel. A ten bed dorm. I would get to know several of my dorm mates over the next couple of days, some of them a little ...
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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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