Grand Seasons Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to finish our time in Kuala Lumpur. We dressed up smartish and visited the SkyBar on the 33rd floor of the Traders Hotel, one of the best hotels in the city. This bar had a swimming pool and had a fantastic view of the Petronas Towers which light up at night. Pretty amazing. As you'd expect it wasn't cheap up there and a pint of lager set me back £7. However, as it was 'ladies night' all females received free cocktails until 11pm so Chelsea helped herself to a couple. After about ...
... opposition leader is silenced in prison. The so-called neo-Mahathirists are on the rise, accompanied by a love and desire for extreme Islam. Paradox is everywhere. Dark days may lay ahead for this most multi-cultural of countries. Which is a crying ******* shame because it is, without doubt, the most multi-cultural place we have ever visited where, superficially at least, Malay, Chinese and Indian stand together side by side and make things work.
... the direction of Mecca! Now late evening, so we went just round the corner for chicken and rice ... and a beer or two. The hotel offers a free shuttle bus three times a day, so we decided to catch the first one tomorrow and go to the KL bird park. But now off to bed after a long day of travelling. Tuesday, first full day in KL. I meet Kamal, one of the front office guys, and ask where the nearest ATM is. He not only tells me, but insists on escorting me there ...
... scaled at least 100ft in to the sky. The cave itself was okay, commercialised for tourists with handrails and seemingly queuing areas for busy times. The smell at the top wasn't the best either - whether people live there or not there was certainly a sewage smell not pleasant at all. Back in the city we planned to walk to the nearby Lake Garden Park but walked the wrong way and with the sun at its peak couldn't be bothered to make our way back. Instead we headed ...
... frog as loads are alive kept in a small box on the street (see photo). But we settled for going for clay pot cooked soy rice and chicken we could share and beer (which I think I'm gone have to start liking if I want any drink in Asia)
Overall we have had a really good impression of KL, feels a very safe city no one hassles you. Happy we will be coming back at the end of February before our flight to oz as we have more things we want to see.