InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... up above within the caves themselves, were later built. During the annual Hindu festival of Thaipusam in February a silver chariot carrying the statue of Murugan together with his consorts Valli and Teivayanni are paraded through the city, beginning at the largest in-town Hindu temple all the way to the Batu Caves. This is the major Hindu festival for KL, and one of the most important in the region.
I have now visited many Hindu sites, ...
... KL city had very few attractions worth visiting, and none of them really looked very interesting to us, so we didn't do any of them. We spent most of our time riding around the train, or the free tourist bus.. which was actually rammed with commuters. Our destination was always either KLCC (The Petronas Towers and posh shopping mall) or Pavillion Mall, which had an incredible food court that rivals Bangkok's. This was the best thing about KL. We must have eaten there at least ...
... and one of them is the Petronas Twin Towers. From almost every corner of the city you can see this amazing structure! The 452 meter high towers were built in 3 years and it costed for around 1.6 billion US dollars! We went up the towers al the way to the bridge and the 86th floor. When you enter the elevator it feels like you are launched like a rocket. This is truly the ...
Went to see the Batu Caves today. We had to walk up 272 steps to see it but it was worth it just to see the monkeys alone. We then went for lunch agian at the place that has banana leaves for plates, it was loverly agian. The rest of the day was spent around the pool :). In the evening we went for a pizza ...
... t expected to share as you can sometimes get on AirBnB.
We settled in and enjoyed the luxury and serenity, the block seems to have been built in maybe the 60’s or 70’s and very low storied compared to the luxury modern apartments that surround it. Its a bit far from our usual preferred area near all the hawkers and China town but we will struggle for a few days!
I think Sharon had decided that for my birthday we should try and prove we aren't ...