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... hotel. After checking in, the kind hotel staff explained where everything was and how best to get around. Although we were a little far out, we weren't too far from a bus stop which would take us into the heart of the city. We decided, after dumping our heavier bags into the room, we would go nearby for food and try and get an early night to maximise our only full day in the city. A shopping mall just across the road from us had one restaurant open and lucky for ...
... me! It's so strange. I found KL to be a bit run down and dirty compared to Singapore which is spotless and green. But the Petronas adds a nice bit of glam to the city. Singapore doesn't have an iconic building. They are both great cities, not sure which one I prefer yet. We got the skytrain back to our area near the central market. We had dinner at the same place we are the previous evening at it was 10pm. We really wanted a beer but the only place was 7/11 and they were ...
Like all major cities, KL comes to life at night. The street markets get busy, neon signs light up the night, and everyone comes out to relax and unwind. There was no better place to spend the evening than the famous food market, a long road of restaurants and food stalls selling
anything and everything – from gigantic prawns as big as your forearm (no ...
... entertaining as that but the bird park is still a superb day out. We spent about two and a half hours there but I could have stayed even longer.
My final suggestion for things to see and do in Kuala Lumpur is to visit the SkyBar. As mentioned in a previous blog, we decided against paying the fee to view the city from the Petronas Towers but we did go for a drink in the SkyBar and enjoyed the glorious scene from there. That night ...
... would simply go straight to Malacca we opted instead to spend one night in KL. The Travel Hub in Chinatown is such a relaxed, convenient spot its now become our favioret for a layover.
Nothing much else to report, we went to our favourite curry spot in little India, grabbed a few beers and got back to the Travel Hub to rest up. KL is the perfect travel city ...