Golden Palace Hotel
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... transportation out of the airport. It was also challenging getting local currency; we tried 4 atms which all failed before finally getting ripped off by a money lender. The airport is also a solid 45 minutes from downtown in no traffic, so we assumed a taxi would be exorbitantly expensive and opted for the train instead. The train is very comfortable and has WiFi, but we later learned it was actually more expensive than sharing a cab.
... It's in a suburban area of Petaling Jaya, so you don't really expect it. It's truly a hidden gem! I didn't do too much during the day on saturday, but did go into Bukit Bintang with my roommate and her boyfriend for drinks. It was fun to see all of the different restaurants and themed bars. There were tons of different types of people and despite the fact that we didn't arrive until 12 a.m. On Sunday we relaxed and went to a Ramadan Buffet at an Iranian ...
... sweet food. This beautiful park gives superb views of downtown KL and if you are lucky you'll catch one of the resident turtles coming up for air in the man made lake. Or maybe you can play some water polo. Sufficiently exercised we made our way to the National Mosque for my friend to partake in prayers, giving me a sneak peak inside.
Following this great day I was then able to meet with ...
... and didn't use any taxi's and it really wasn't that difficult. It's the little challenges I'm overcoming slowly that are the ones I'm most pleased with myself for. Bit silly really but it's easy enough to jump on a plane and go somewhere but to actually navigate and work everything out completely by yourself is really difficult sometimes. I decided yesterday that travelling with someone would just make life so much easier!! Anyway, so after grabbing the ticket I came back to ...
Kuala Lumpur and Singapore
KL and Singapore were just a couple of city stops where I spent a total of just one week before heading to Australia. Both were fantastically modern, clean and civilised cities and took some getting used to compared to the chaos and dirt of my previous travels, they are the perfect 'bridge' between Asia and the West. I also had to take two Malaysian Airlines flights to get to these places....the same year one of their planes disappeared with ...