Hotel Maluri Kuala Lumpur
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... a bit perturbed and let the guy know it.....there was no signage......but went on my way, and then still suffering from lack of signage, tried to find another appropriate Air Asia check in counter, stressing about the clock contuing to tick down. I finally, after what seemed like ages, managed to hand over my passport to check-in......when the check-in lady delivered the dear knell.......that i was in line for the wrong airline. Wehn booking online ...
... introduction. Due to confidentiality I don't dare to mention everything I saw. I will discuss this with the company to what extent I can tell information. I believe I can tell that I learned more about Hyatt and saw all kind of rooms and the public areas. I wish I could write in detail but I don't dare to. I just couldn't believe my eyes, because it all looked amazing. ...
... street stalls selling shoes, electronics, bags, clothes jewellery etc. We are not really here to shop, so no money was spent.
Eventually, Doug took us to an up market street, not sure of the name of that area, but all the bars and restaurants were like we would see back home, and the prices were the same (so quite expensive compared to the other local cafes we had been to so far). We sat at an Irish bar and watched the other ...
... and main shopping centers every 15 minutes. During peaks and even after 8 p.m., these buses are jam-packed like sardines, but still, they offer a great economical option to get around the city! We prefer the rail services as using buses or taxis during peak times will slow you down by hours literally. I was intrigued to see "Women only" carriages on the KLM train, which ...
... and colorful women in hijabs and mumbling in a foreign tongue. The city itself is chaotic and busy with many different neighborhoods to explore. Appropriately, our hostel is called Explorers guest house and is located right next to the KL Chinatown. Our hostel is cute and as we wandered up to our room, we got excited about the rooftop terrace, particularly as we heard sounds of a luscious waterfall. Sadly we got to the roof top and realized it was ...