Grand Seasons Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... does have its advantages it pretty much gives you a whole day extra. After a luke warm shower to freshen up I was out exploring the sights and sounds of K.L. having used the Sky train before I headed up town to do a little shopping, I needed some warm clothes for when I arrived in Amsterdam. Not finding what I wanted I headed for the Twin Towers for some fantastic views over K.L then it was back to the hotel for some peace and quite, which by the way I didn’t get, by ...
... Vulnerable and humiliated.
Next I hear just over my left shoulder, an aussie voice says:
"Ignore 'im, he's a f*cking ****."
In that moment, they were the most beautiful words I'd ever heard.
"Thanks, that was just what I needed, I thought they were gay as well..."
"Yeah, those shirts are loud. He'll get his karma.
One day someone is going to look at ...
... of attractions. It is the 8th most visited city in the world and I understand why. We have tried to cover as many areas as possible. We also met Zane, a kiwi fellow traveller that has accompanied us for the last two days. We saw the Petronas towers, the KL tower, the KLCC, many shopping malls, the Batu Caves, The national Museum, the KL gallery, Merdeka square, the national monuments and more. It has been a jammed packed few days and an excellent time.
... from our pre-booked accommodation so we could actually walk quite easily. It was still pretty exhausting because of the hot and humid climate that dominates KL all year long. When we reached our hostel both of us were completely soaked.
After having a shower we went out for lunch. The cheapest place we managed to find was a local open space restaurant where we served chicken with plain rice which we considered to be a super boring dish, however, it was the only ...
... were sat in different seats, so we split off and went to find our seats which turned out to be quite good actually. There is a stand in front of the first straight bit and the first couple of bends, it's split into three sections, but once you are through the gate, there aren't any stewards to tell you to keep to your stand, so it's a bit of a free for all as long as nobody is sat in that seat. We sat and watched some cars go fast, which was good but I could help but ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service