Grand Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... me, went to the Dark Cave. Where, most of the time, you wouldn't see a thing.. The cave itself contains bats, a special spider, enormous centipedes, cockroaches, crickets and a special snake. ...
The coach from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur wasn't too bad (5 hours) and quite cheap compared to a plane ticket. On first viewing when arriving into the city we could see how built up it actually was and had many skyscrapers hogging the skyline. Our stay was at the hilton (it cost us 20£ a night!) which wasn't too far from the famous Petronas towers (if anyone has seen entrapment you'd know the place) and the top ...
Hier, le curé a insisté pour que je vienne visiter la ville de Melaka, à deux heures d'autobus de KL et puis pourquoi pas? Il est Malaisien; s'il dit que ça vaut la peine, ça doit valoir la peine. Me voici donc rendu à Melaka, une vraie perle: ville patrimoine mondiale de l'UNESCO, ELLE FUT CONQUISE PAR LES Portugais, puis par les Hollandais et enfin par les Britanniques. St-François-xavier y mourut en chemin vers la Chine...cette belle ...
... clad skyscrapers, lush parks, mega-sized shopping malls, bustling street markets and trendy nightspots. Also an essential part of the vibrant mix are incense-wreathed, colourfully adorned mosques and temples of the country’s Malay, Chinese and Indian communities. ...
Today I had a busy day in KL. I began the day by heading on the train to Batu caves, about 20 minutes away from the centre. I first visited a cave filled with from what I could make out mainly Hindu figures, then headed up the steep steps to the main temple cave. It is protected by a huge 43 metre high Murga statue, actually much more impressive to me than the caves themselves. Afterwards I headed back into KL, then transferred at ...