Klang Histana Hotel
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... I called the place Little India.
Once I arrived at the Klang KTM Station, I went to the counter to buy the train ticket to Nilai, Negeri Sembilan (I need to go to KLIA 2 to fetch my family). The ticket fare is RM6.90 (if I'm not mistaken). I was sleeping along the way to KL Sentral since this is my hundredth trip. Once I arrived at KL Sentral, I need to make a change to Line 6 (Sg. Gadut) to Nilai. This was my first trip to Nilai by train. Last time, I went ...
... t changed in that sense in the eight years since we were at the house!
It just so happens that my trip to Malaysia coincided with the biggest religious holiday in the Muslim calendar. The Malaysians call it Hari Raya. It is the celebration which marks the end of the month of Ramadan fasting and is a time to be with friends and family and to eat! Perfect! It's basically like the Muslim version of Christmas.
As part of the celebrations, Malaysians ...
... saying hello. We were near the middle of the ice rink when they came up to me and said hi, then they asked me if they could take a picture. The girl got out her phone and gave it to her friend so she could get a picture. Next she called over all of her other friends so they could get pictures too. We spent a little bit longer playing playing before dad said it was time to go. I guess it was good we left then because it was 8:00 Australian time and 6:00 Malaysian time. I got all ...
... from Dome??
The photo on the right gives a tiny picture of the KLCC [ Kuala Lumpur City Centre ] shopping centre - at least 4 or five levels,
and its footprint would be quite extensive. ...
... It was kind of exciting at first; this is what all genuine backpackers do, right? Maybe we would meet some other "hard-core" travellers like us, sit on the floor together in a circle drinking cheap Asian bevs, swap stories about where in Thailand we found the coolest bar or most adventurous jungle trek, laugh and talk all night, and then once we were all tired out, set up camp in a cosy corner of the airport together. ...