InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
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... to the Petronas Towers. The metro was very busy. It works fantastically well and is really quick. People don't cram onto the carriages as much as they do on the London Underground. I get the impression that it is not okay for men and women to be too much in each other's personal space here, even if they are rushing home for work.
We climbed the steps out of the metro station, unsure which way to proceed. Our question was soon answered as ...
... for a long time. We can't say how much we appreciate all that our families do for us!
So, finally we got everything loaded up into our new convertible suitcases- cool design as a bag with roller wheels but also can be worn as a backpack if the need arises. We were pretty much shocked to find out that these were the lightest we have ever packed for a trip! We have a lot of moving around to do, so can't be hauling massive suitcases everywhere, so ...
After 3 weeks on the beaches of Thailand with fully recharged batteries, we started our Malay adventure with a visit to Malaysia's capital city.
Kuala Lumpur, despite its name meaning "estuary of mud!", is a modern city with a mix of dazzling skyscrapers, colonial architecture, bustling street markets and lots of palm trees and greenery. Home to the Petronas Towers, once the ...
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... is super expensive everywhere in Malaysia which is a big shock from everywhere else we have been. I guess that will help prepare us for Singapore as we read it is super expensive there as well.
Overall, we really liked the city and could see ourselves living there over other SE Asia cities we have visited so far. The pictures do a better job of giving you an idea of what we saw and why we enjoyed our time here. Hope you enjoy them. ...