Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie
Travel Blogs from Shah Alam
Arrived in Kuala Lumpur (Subang Airport) about 9pm. As we had a 24 hour stopover the airfare included a night's accommodations at the Shah Alam Holiday Inn plus two way transfers. We discovered on arriving at the hotel that our package also supplied a welcome drink, breakfast and lunch the following day. I suppose the whole thing was …
... I am not planning to work in pure project management, I think it's definitely something that would be helpful for me. So I did it as a self-study and passed it with flying colours (86% vs 50% required to pass). Not bad, but this is just a foundation level and it's very theoretical, so I am now planning to do the Practitioner level, which is where you actually learn to apply it. That should be more challenging and I think I will ...
... breaking bulk. You could always trust the Colonel Blimps of the British Empire to be sensitive to local indigenous cultures.
I also learned that the world is not Disability Discrimination Act compliant. The four hundred metre walk from Bank Negara railway station to Merdeka Square was an ordeal which will require years of intensive psychotherapy to overcome. Footpaths would be fenced off for no discernible reason. A beautiful, tesselated ...
... locals who's island it is and getting involved in their daily life. That is the side you won't get to see if you come to Langkawi on a short term holiday basis. Away from the expensive, exclusive hotels and tourist spots as with any place in the world lies an underbelly and network of genuine people who call Langkawi home. I met some great people during my time there, and if not for them would not have had the rich experience I did. The Chinese Temple festival and ...
... in terms of facilities through security/facilities on really early flights we stop for the burger tour before we go through. We check out a marry brown, which is like a cross between a kfc, a macdonalds and a wimpy. The burger was rubbish as you'd expect from that combination, but the chicken and fried rice, and the "chicken breakfast, hashbrown and beans" affair were not too bad. Cold milo with ice is nowhere near as good as its hot counterpart The asian Ray Wilkins ...
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