Agora Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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We took the tour on the hop on hop off double decker, topless bus today. We saw it when we were at the KL Menora yesterday and could have saved a lot of hot sweaty walking up hill and down dale had we only known.
It was really interesting. Unlike most SE Asian capitals KL has preserved a lot of colonial (British, Portuguese, Dutch, Muslim) …
Our hotel is on Jl Bukit Bintang and very convenient for the monorail station - a bit like having a hotel on Leicester Square. A new underground rail system is under construction and the bit under our window is what they're constructing right now. The good news is the road's closed to traffic, the bad news is they're working 24/7. The noise ranges …
Today at 9:07 AM ...but in a good way!I went and bought our train tickets to Thailand for next Saturday at KL central station this morning. How very civilised! I had to see a lady at the reception, who gave me a numbered ticket and told me to take a seat and wait my turn - much like Argos really. The charming young man at the ticket desk said " …
... at Woodlands and ran to find a bus to take us from a Woodlands subway station to Woodlands train station. I was positive we missed the train but we decided to go anyway, just in case. We arrived and yep, our train had left. Oops! So we got tickets for the next train from Singapore, to Kuala Lumpur that left later that afternoon. We had time to kill so we went back to the main train station and walked around. Score, another ...
... full burka or hijabs of different colours. School groups also made their way around the park, children were lead by a teacher with a microphone. At the food stalls, you could buy not only ice cream but also hot corn served in cups. The birds happily went about their lives while we watched. Stalks and egrets were my favourites, I loved watching them plough the silt for food. Nic liked the small herons that timidly took the food we ...