Iris Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIris Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Hotel essenziale e senza pretese, ma pulito e con prezzo ragionevole per essere nel centro di una grande citta' (110 MYR camera singola con bagno e A/C senza finestre). Il personale e' gentile e prodigo di informazioni. La zona e' vivace, con ristoranti di tutte le categorie e prezzi, negozi, centri commerciali. A pochi passi c'e' la fermata della monorotaia Bukit Bintang, dalla quale si riaggiungono rapidamente diverse zone di interesse della citta'.
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... fish dish, Malaysian fried rice and mixed vegetables which was almost a kind of soup. We ordered small portions so christ knows how big the large portions are!
The humid heat and pungent smell – some of which are downright revolting – really took me back to a previous trip to Thailand and Vietnam. It was a Friday night and the city was alive with people, noise and traffic.
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... towers houses Suria KLCC, a first class (posh) shopping centre so we had a look around then headed out to the adjacent park. The park is also impressive with a large lake (Simfoni Lake), lovely fountains, a swimming area (Aquaria) and an enormous children's playground. Next we walked to Bukit Bintang, another retail area, where we had a look around then stopped at a bakery for lunch. Our hotel is across the road from the ...
... visited the independence square and the most spectacular thing that we found were the big "I love KL" letters. Mom took tons of pictures there. The next day we left for Port Dickson. I've been there twice already but both times it was a day trip (it's only 1.5 hours in Viv's driving). I got us an amazing hotel with beautiful "authentic" chalets on the stilts. Our villas were almost next to each other with a four poster beds, stunning rain showers and balconies overlooking the ocean. ...
Had a day or so in KL. Did a few things I didn't get to do first time round. Stayed in the Bukit Bintang area and had dinner on Jalan Alor, a street famous for its dining experience. Certainly a lot more lively in this area. One side of the street is lined full of Asian styled restaurants selling all sorts from frogs porridge to lobster. Tables and chairs fill the street and the staff literally pull you ...
After a bit of a lie-in this morning (this heat is truly exhausting) we decided to venture to the Menara KL Tower. We'd read that there was a free shuttle bus that took you right up to the tower but we inevitably got lost on the way there in the midday heat. Tempers slightly frayed, we eventually found the shuttle and headed up the tower. The view was pretty impressive as the tower has an ...