InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
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Our last day and once again, via our guide, a friendly and informative Indian transplant to Malaysia, we are struck by how everyone in the countries we have visited wanted us to enjoy their country, to share their pride in what has been accomplished and to have a good enough time that we might consider coming back. Turned out he was a former electrical engineer with two masters degrees, retired, who is now acting as ...
... The Puja is a very lively affair, with drums and some kind of flute play throughout- also someone rings a bell- very loud and interesting- the priests do a number of rituals and then everyone walks in a clockwise direction to different stations of the temple at the same time for other things- at the end everyone comes back to the centre and the priests finish off other rituals inside where the statue of the main god of the temple is - then comes around ...
... of having ropes that take up tons of space, they just integrated the cue into the tiles on the floor! Genius! The ticket costs 80RM, but I got it for a discount because I showed my 'student' card haha
To fill up the hours before our 2:15 appointment, we took the extremely long KLCC Pedestrian Skywalk to Bukit Bintang; which is another premier shopping area. I was nice to walk around the mall/area and see all of the ...
... degrees and I was about to scratch my head! Well...
Nonetheless, I really had fun during the night and considered it as a great experience though.
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But, here is the perennial favourite, nasi lemak is rice cooked in coconut milk and enhanced with species such as ginger, star anise and cinnamon. This wholesome dish is served ...
... and fishiest of Nasi Lemaks. We then walked across a couple of very big roads to the Golden Triangle, which is a bustling modern shopping and entertainment area. As with much of KL there was a lot of loud construction, so we meandered out of modernity along Bukit Bintang, which is an interesting and busy street which sells everything, until Bardy was soundly asleep in his buggy. We then settled down on some child size ...