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was good for 3 months!! food , bed entertainment all suited my needs
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... of many buildings from that era. KL is in a state of renovation as they clean up and restore the historic river front. Lots of stuff to buy, but I settled for a full body and foot massage before going for lunch at Precious Old China Restaurant. Iced Lemon Tea my new fav! Merdeka Square is in the middle of preparations for something, so the views of the old colonial buildings were obscured by marquees, but by looking over them I did get to see base jumpers jumping out of Menara, the ...
Our eyes opened and the reality of our new life of hotel rooms and squabbles over who goes on the IPad first dawned! The Aloft hotel in KL is our base for the next 2 days in KL and is located a stones throw from Sentral train station. 2 double beds and a really cool bathroom made it a perfect first stay and under budget! KL is a modern city and surprised Sinead with it's clean and efficient experience from airport to ...
... de terroristes qui venaient de Syrie et s'apprêtaient à faire un coup... Yesterday, the parish pastor insisted on my going to visit the city of Melaka, a two hour bus trip from K L, and why not? He is Malaysian after all; if he says it's worth it it must be worth it. So here I am in Melaka, a real pearl: the cityis part of the UNESCO World Heritage. It was first conquered by the Portuguese, then the Dutch and finally by the British. St? Francis Xavier died ...
... The best part of this revolving restaurant is that you can enjoy the 360 view in Kuala Lumpur while having your dinner. The best time to visit here? I believe is around 6pm. Why? Because the sunset is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G-!3. Batu Cave
It took 272 steps to the the top. Trust me, this awesome view you must see it yourself. You can go Batu Caves in the early ...
... monument, a visual embodiment of the Malaysian fight for independence from various colonial controls. I managed to see so much today thanks to the brilliant KL transport system, so I know realise that when people told me that I'd only need 2 days in KL it was not so much an indication of there being little to do and more a representation of how easy it is to get around to these sites. Tomorrow I head to the Cameron highlands by ...