Ambassador Row Serviced Suites by Lanson Place
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... ticket office rang up and they agreed to hold the train for us, thank god!! We ran up stairs with all our luggage, found ourselves at security but we were locked out :-( No... we were too late. We managed to get the attention of one of the security gards, after a few mintues and conffering he agreed to let us through, next up was more running and immigration. All the staff were definitly laughing at the two white girls ...
... and I went for an explore. I thought we were on the fringes of little india so tried to take a walk. I don’t think we got there but we did find a very local place for some dinner....plastic chairs, no aircon, no menu, and a man with very little broken English. There i was sat in my work clothes with my work bag feeling like i was travelling. It was amazing. We had roti (kind of like thin naans, but light and flaky on the outside but kind of chewy on the ...
Day 38. Having seen the majority of the city's sights yesterday, today was a chance to see the odd attraction and enjoy our remaining time in KL. We wandered first to the Botanical Gardens. Expecting a bountiful forest full of animals and vivacious plants, we were disappointed to stumble into something more akin to Jurassic Park. The whole place was empty; from the amphitheatre to the enclosures there wasn't a soul in sight. It was bizarre and we ...
... Airport, even though the name 'Changi' brings memories of the horrific WW2 prisoner of war camp of the same name. I always love the orchid garden, with its varieties of orchids of all colours, and the fish pond.
I also love the shops at Changi Airport - it's no trouble to spend a few ...
... The fantasy began to rapidly dissipate once we discovered that beer started at $9 USD a can. Oh, and that we were the only westerners in the whole airport who were "camping out". Although I was covered from neck to toe in baggy clothing, I was the object of much fascination to (what I can only assume to be) the locals who had set up camp in cosy groups (just like the ones I had once imagined being a part of, except we ...