Ambassador Row Serviced Suites by Lanson Place
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and offered us the noodles for free (served in a portable parchment paper cone). Insisting on paying him, we tried to give 1 RM to a younger boy serving guests rice. This younger boy was so polite though that even though he was about six he refused the 1 RM. We did eventual leave money at their stall-- not only did we have another delicious meal but we also have another anecdote of Malaysian hospitality. For the bulk of our day we went to KLCC (Kuala ...
... a flat white coffee is that it has less foam than a latte. I definitely missed my salads. In Singapore, everyone is on their phones while they walk. Malaysia, they're a little more conscious when they walk around. That's one of the things I've noticed. After dinner, we headed to the hostel to relax. I had our boarding passes printed and a taxi ordered for tomorrow morning. The taxi was going to come at 4am. After a bit, I headed back out just to walk around for a bit and just ...
I'm back in Malaysia three years later, and after almost 4 hour flight from the beautiful and futuristic airport of Calcutta, better than that of Kuala Lumpur, that if another jewel.I seem to be on another planet, here everything is clean and perfect. There are as usual problems for getting information.Today I could not find anyone who knew the local China Town where I have my accommodation and the metro ...
... about 1/4 mile up at 1280 feet as a total guess on my part. I'm in line for the tour typing this, I may get a solid answer there once I am up there. Taxi ride to central was routine, the subway took me to where the towers are. That ride cost me 1.6 Ringgits (about 50 cents). The touchscreen vended out a plastic token about the size of a US dollar coin. It was RFID just like the metro cards in Chengdu ...
... There were reports of bushfires somewhere in a northern province. We got a bus back to the Central Markets which were very interesting, and had much more variety and better quality stuff. We decided to skip the Little India markets, so went back to the hotel for a swim, dinner and then some photos from the top floor of the hotel. The photos of the towers were partly obscured by other buildings, but the general cityscape was brightly lit. Tomorrow, off to Kota Kinabalu on ...