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... were eating the Asian food. After lunch we wanted to see the fountains in KLCC park which we had seen from Traders the night before so took a walk here. The park is nicely landscaped with the lake and bridges and there is a big free splash pool for kids (and big kids from the look of it!) which was really popular. It was so hot even we were tempted, and so after a few more piccies and a little complaining about sore feet from all the walking (from me!) we decided ...
... housed in a an Art Deco style building at the edge of China Town. This market was very quiet and not up to the level of chaos I was expecting from an Asian market. Realizing this was more of a tourist market, I quickly exited and started wandering the streets and alleyways of China Town.
I arrived at the famous Petaling Street Market which spans several blocks. This market is a collection of hawkers, food stalls and scammers. Finally I ...
... ranked them. This is also where we are talked into putting our feet into a fish spa! I am usually a person in control of my emotions. The fish nibbling at the dead skin cells on my feet got me completely undone. It was good for me, honestly, but wow, that is something I NEVER want to do again! We head to Chinatown next, where there are stalls and booths galore carrying all manner of designer handbags, shoes, clothing, watches, etc. no, really, there is Prada, ...
... Fred and his british friend who was on his way to UK from Cambodia via KL. Very interesting person! He'd been living in Cambodia for 2 years, learnt Khmer (local language) on a communicative level and was working as an IT freelancer. Self-taught by the way!!!! He was coming back to UK only to finally pack up the rest of his things and move to Cambodia permanently! They both were flying together very early the next morning.
As my flight to Kuching was booked for ...
... a fantastic time was had overall.
After the race, we wandered to the helipad to the Guns n Roses gig. We managed to find the others and bought a few beers. We were both a little tidily at this point and the show was great fun. They played loads of the classic tunes that even I recognised. We left about halfway ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking