Sunway Putra Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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... up, there was not another passanger in sight. Eventually we made the train, there are some kind people in the world. 4pm we arrived in KL, jumped the LRT (KL Monorail) and just one stop up we got off, managed to find our hostel (The Longhouse) and checked in. We were in a dorm with two American girls. That evening we just went to China Town for tea then had a chilled one, ready to take on KL the next ...
... chicken curry. It was so delicious. And with a soft drink for the grand total of £1.50. We then got the LRT home (kind of like the underground, but mainly overground here) back to Bangsar South (for a whopping 40p) and wandered home via the little market that lines the street, picking up some yummy fresh mango on the way. It was so nice to be able to go out for food, for so cheap, somewhere so different. We are very much in a bubble in Bangsar South- it has all ...
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... amp; money. We noticed when we flew in yesterday that there were quite a few forest fires around & there was lots of smoke. Unfortunately, our holiday is nearly at an end. We fly out tomorrow morning for Sydney & spend a few days catching up with family before heading home. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time in SE Asia & would recommend it to ...
... the ins and outs of KL transit, we checked into our hotel and then immediately headed out for our one afternoon in the city together. Our hotel was apparently in little India town (I say this entirely based on the fact that while looking for lunch spots nearly every single one was Indian food) and for some reason almost all of the restaurants were closed. After our long morning of travel we (and by "we" I mostly mean Nicole) were extremely hungry, ...