Olympic Sports Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... Kuala Lumpur is a modern, world class city worthy of it's ranking. This is the home to the Petronas Towers; which were once the tallest structures in the world. They are higher than the Empire State Building in New York City. This used to be a British colony. There is still some evidence of that colonial past visible. Kuala Lumpur gets its name from "mouth of the ...
... dinosaur exhibition we arrived at the PETRONAS towers. We found the discovery centre on trip advisor and as ever trusted TA to be right and it was! It was absolutely fantastic. A journey through space, energy, geology, the practicalities of oil and gas extraction, speed and the future of energy. The corporate spin was kept to a minimum and it actually was an amazingly well done interactive ...
My trip began and will end with a round trip flight to Seoul, South Korea through Kuala Lumpur. On my first day arriving in the city, Nataline picked me up at the airport. She is someone that I have kept in touch with since we first met. I met her when I was on holiday in Bali for Indonesian Independence Day in 2013. She has always invited me to visit her in Malaysia, but I have never been able to you until now so, she is the reason that ...
... and offered us the noodles for free (served in a portable parchment paper cone). Insisting on paying him, we tried to give 1 RM to a younger boy serving guests rice. This younger boy was so polite though that even though he was about six he refused the 1 RM. We did eventual leave money at their stall-- not only did we have another delicious meal but we also have another anecdote of Malaysian hospitality. For the bulk of our day we went to KLCC (Kuala ...
Our last day and once again, via our guide, a friendly and informative Indian transplant to Malaysia, we are struck by how everyone in the countries we have visited wanted us to enjoy their country, to share their pride in what has been accomplished and to have a good enough time that we might consider coming back. Turned out he was a former electrical engineer with two masters degrees, retired, who is now acting as a tour guide and takes great joy in sharing his love ...