Hotel Sentral Pudu
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Arrived in Sandakan this afternoon after a couple of nights in Kuala Lumpur. We managed to cram in a few trips yesterday going to the Batu Caves and the Petronas Tower. The caves were only half an hour by train outside of the city. I thought it would have been a lot further out in the countryside but it was just on the edge of the city. There were …
... steps is the world's tallest statue of Murugan, a Hindu deity. Standing at 42.7 m (140 ft) high, the statue can be seem from miles around is really quite impressive.
Later in the evening we went to the Hard rock cafe for dinner to have maybe our last taste of real food before we commence on our Thai green marathon tomorrow. A short walk from here was the KL tower which we travelled to the top of in a very short but ear ...
... We headed down the road and we started going down a narrow walkway in between loads of little shop stall things. The people weren't very shy at all! One man was shouting ' you look, just look no touch!' Dad also said that I needed some sunnies, we walked past a stall selling them and he said ' you buy!' and when dad told him he'd come back he said ' you promise! You promise you come back!!' One man I looked at and when he saw me his eyes widened and he said ' ...
... of the mall is this kind of man made lake/body of water where these fountains do a little show. The whole mall reminded me a lot of the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai.
Although I spent the first part of my adventure wandering around, I did go to the mall with a goal-- I needed to get my nails and eyebrows done. As luck would have it, one whole floor of the mall was dedicated to Beauty & ...
... 50)/night. We took it upon ourselves to maintain our typical routine of walking around and venturing town. Many strong Indian and Chinese influences around this area, much like the rest of Malaysia. Food prices were pretty good. Unfortunately, we ended up going to one of the most expensive restaurants in town that charged 22rm($7.30)/meal. We found found out shortly after that other restaurants were charging between 8-14rm($2.50-$4.50). Night came around quickly and we ...