Agora Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... his way to China. This beautiful city is full of stories and of History. Coming here also gave me the oportunity to see the Malaysian countryside which is more hilly than other places I've seen during this voyage.. It's also a city invaded by tourists., goes without saying...and the people are generally hospitable and smiling. Nevertheless two incidents made me shiver: during the afternoon, a few trucks drove like mad in the center town . One of them was bearing a flag of ...
... hit the steps to burn off some calories that you had last night.4. Bukit Bintang
I highly suggest you to stay around this area. You won’t get bored over here. It’s like a 10 in 1 where shopping, food, beer, clubbing, skybar is all between walking distance. If you don’t like to walk, take train are just nearby.Read the rest of the place over ...
Today I woke up early(4.45am) in an attempt to avoid any potential Bangkok traffic/dodgy taxi drivers/not being able to find a taxi and headed off towards the station at 5am. From outside the station I flagged down a cab and he set off to the airport(with the meter on to save money). Thankfully I got a good guy and his total fee was far less than I had expected from my internet research, partly thanks to his knowledge that he could avoid the toll roads at that time of ...
... how a round ice cube was made. Originally I thought it would have been done by rubber mould but nah. It is in fact done using a large copper press that sandwiches a large ice cude and by shear weight alone melts the ice around a spherical mould. It was pretty cool to see, well I thought so. lol.
The next day we headed out to a mall full of tech and then on to another mall, Times Square to go ...
... along with some luxury for my birthday.
But without those extra expenses the cost of living and moving around Malaysia can be comfortably achieved at 100RM a day for a couple, less with a bit of planning.
Total spent (everything, flights in/out, dentist, one years insurance, injections) 12400RM / £2400
Normal Expenses (food, transport - buses only, lodgings - not including Air BnB gift) 3000RM / £560 or £18/$30 a day