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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbiz Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Nice hotel, breakfast was okay quite simple. Lovely hotel if you want to go out exploring the city, good local restaurants near by (cheap). In a good location for the Sky train and the bus tours just around the corner.
NOTE: there is a huge derelict block of flats that you will have to walk past to get to the sky train. Fine the day but can get spooky at night, as there is hardly any street lights
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... out the rest of the day. After walking around the massive shopping mall we had worked up quite an appetite so headed to the top floor of the train station mall and a new food court where we decided to eat in a place called Fat Boy Burgers. It was very, very nice! We even had the appetite for a starter... we had deep fried pickles, a Fat Boy burger and a hot spicy burger. Very well fed we started the short walk back to our hotel and went to our room to ...
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It was 2am, and I was awoken by the sound of men's voices echoing around me in the huge, empty, departures hall. I felt dirty; not only because I had been wearing the same pair of jeans for over 24 hours, or because I hadn't showered or even brushed my teeth in that time, but mainly because in this cavernous space, in this foreign country, in the middle of the night, this group made exclusively of men decided to congregate ...
... of pictures of just the track where I had not been fast enough.
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Monday we went for a walk round the town. There's not a lot to do in K.L really, apart from shopping. We went for a walk around the park, which was really nice and full of gardners having a lunch time nap, but oddly ...
... blaring loudly from the Indian shops. We also visited the famous Central and Petaling markets, as well as Merderka Square which is where the independence from British rule was granted in 1957 and now houses the worlds tallest flagpole. Interestingly it is surrounded by a real mix of colonial architecture from the mock-Tudor gentlemen's club to the Mogul styled courthouse and mosques opposite, which gives you a real insight into the city's varied history.
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