Grand Seasons Hotel
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I'm sure to find one of the metre deep holes in the footpath to fall in to on the way home in the dark tonight, as today has gone seamlessly! I spent the day on a walk from my "Lonely Planet guide to Kuala Lumpur" through China Town to Merdeka Square. The walk took me through markets, into temples, a Stabucks, the Central Markets, a mosque, a spa and a book store. The Chinese were some of the first people to migrate here after the tin mines opened. Those that could quickly became ...
... only go there with a tour, and we didn't see the snakes nor the bats. Would not have been worth the money if it wasn't for the tourguide that managed to keep everyone's attention.
... magnificent views of the city. First thoughts were how cheap stuff is, a McDonald's meal costs 2£! Crazy. That evening we walked to the petronas towers and the surrounding parks to enjoy some of the views. The next day we enjoyed a luxury breakfast with 6 different choices of food and set off to explore what Kuala Lumpur had to offer. The first stop was the batu caves, a holy Hindu temple set up in the ...
... remplie d'histoires et. D'Histoire. Venir ici m'a aussi permis de voir la campagne malaisienne qui est plus montagneuse que ce que j'ai vu ailleurs.c'est une ville envahie par les touristes, il va sans dire....et les. Gens sont en général accueilants et souriants. Cependant deux éléments m'ont donné froid dans le dos: durant l'après-midi quelques camions ont passé à toute vitesse dans le centre ville et l'un d'eux arborait un drapeau ...
... for these ancient cultures is balanced with a drive to be plugged into the contemporary world, as evidenced by an exciting contemporary art and design scene and a buzzing digital economy.
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