Lodge Paradize Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... being environmentally friendly, with towels and linen, but it is the first hotel we have stayed in that had a recycling bin. We pop out to KL city centre on the light railway and, after an unsuccessful hunt for Kirsty's new shoes in the shopping centre, we grab dinner in the food court. My cold is improving but having gone several nights without sleeping we return to our hotel where a huge and comfy king size bed awaits us. If I don't get to sleep tonight in this I won't sleep ...
... have to be really careful where you walk, otherwise wet feet are in order. That evening we went back to the Petronas Towers. There is a lake and at certain time water spouts up in formation, the spouts being of different colours it is quite spectacular to watch. It was getting late, so we decided to check out a roof top bar in the Trader Hotel. Luck would have it there was a buggy for clients. David asked him if we could hitch a ride. "No problem" so off we went. This bar ...
... and regretted it soon after! Especially as we'd arranged to play basketball with Ellie's Malaysian friend we were with the day before. We wondered around the shops for a while, teasing ourselves in Topshop, until Ellie's other Malaysian friend Yvonne picked us up and took us to our hotel to grab our 'sportswear' which consisted of a playsuit and converse, I hadn't exactly packed for the occasion!
There was so much traffic, I was still so full from dinner and sleepy ...
... place to browse the stalls and amble around without being hassled or given the hard sell. If only we weren’t backpacking, it would have been so easy to buy a few items but unfortunately, there is no way the hand crafted tables we liked would squeeze inside our bags!
Being near Chinatown and Little India, you would have thought we may have opted for some noodles, a curry, ...
... and costs 1RM each! It you then walk to the bus terminal and ten minuets after leaving the train we were on another clean comfy ride to Malacca, cost 11RM.
If you took a private bus from the middle of KL to Malacca you can pay anything up to 50RM, our total cost was 13RM and it was one of the easiest journeys we have or probably ever will attempt in Asia.