Grand Seasons Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... as spectacular as times square but equally just as big. Instead of the famous high street shops it had smaller independent shops and market stalls. Still an interesting browse round and also had a post office where we bought some stamps and where our postcards were sent. We cross the road and headed to a building called Lot, and guess what another shopping centre! The Mayalasian people must love to shop. This must of been torture for Maureen as our bags ...
... raiding of our bags for our only clean clothes, and, in my case, a pair of neon pink trainers (the only shoes I have apart from a pair of Tevas), or when we gave the lady on the desk at our hostel the name of the hotel and asked if we should take a besok (motorised Rickshaw) or taxi and she smiled and said that besoks weren't allowed in THAT part of town, we should have guessed that this hotel was something else. The taxi ride on the way went through the finance ...
... a chair - the others are at a standing bar.So forgive my sporadic spaces, or lack thereof) The Bukit Bintang monorail station isright across thestreet - super convenient. I took it to KLSentral station, where I had to catch the KTM Komuter train to the caves. Thatwasa bit of challenge tofind because you have to wind through the mall, which is TOTALLY decked out with some awesomeover the top Xmasdecorations ...
... and I just ignored the fact that I might be changing the weight balance of the plane. It was nice that I was on the opposite side of the plane, since I was able to balance out the cricks in my neck from leaning to the right on the previous plane by leaning left on this one (that would be leaning against the window).
Slept for most of the ride. I was a little cold on this plane for whatever reason so I ended up keeping my window open just for ...
'' Majestical Adventures and Lifemanship Above My Yesterday Stay In MalaysiA''
12:00 midnight: The feeling is euphoria but the touch of nostalgia enclosed me abruptly! (profound sigh!)
OW-EHM-GEE!TBH, I really don't know how will I start my story about my first ever experience to aboard airplane and cross the PH borders. It's kinda weird that my most awaited day sucked me out the night before our ...