InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
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Great and relaxing and right next to the metro service
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I left Vietnam and headed to Kuala Lumpur.
I got the train from the airport to KL Sentral then the metro to my hotel. By the time I got to the hotel, all I wanted to do was have something to eat and sleep.
The next three days were spent wandering around KL, dodging the rain downpours and relaxing in my hotel. By this stage I was …
following my earlier patter, I sought some more comfort food, this time a chocoalte frappe at the trusty airport starbucks, whose internet finally proved reliable. I made my booking through Agoda.com for what appeared to be a cheap room in a nearby town.
The bus journey was interesting in a number of respects. Firstly that I had to ask an Indian passenger if I could access my emails on his phone (since i don't have a sim in Malaysia). He was ...
... have to switch terminals and made it in time, wondering wether
our luggage would have made it as well.
The next 12.5h were fine, watched two movies and slept most of the time.
Once we arrived in Kuala ...
... filled with hungry college students who were all excited to say a few words to us or take a selfie. If anyone knows delicious cheap food it's university students and we were thrilled for the company. Happy with local recommendations for the rest of our Malaysia trip we soon headed back our hostel (but not without exchanging Facebook and Instagram accounts win Nazrin). We will post more during our trip to Malaysia but before I forget...another example ...
... t only say bad things about cities!)
One day later and we were in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), instead of forking out for the P&O standard coach trip into town we opted to go for local transport again, this time a beautiful suburban train from the port into the city of KL. Take into account most on board paid at least £30 to get a transfer into town, I paid 90p on the local train – goes to show the bargains to be had when you do your research prior to arrival. Once in KL ...