Address: Genting Highlands Resort, Genting Highlands, Pahang, 69000, Malaysia | Hotel
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      They have Nando's in Kuala Lumpur!

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... used so often in Asia... They have the same as back home, but also some new salads she had not seen before.

      The peri peri chicken and Ness’ crisp and fresh salad went down a treat, a little bit of “home comfort” in downtown KL! The great thing about this vibrant city is it’s so easy to explore on foot, so we took a nice afternoon stroll to work off ...

      In and out

      A travel blog entry by piholland on Sep 22, 2014

      ... know your way around the trains, it really is incredibly easy to get around and has such a bewildering option of great food.

      The next day in true Malaysian fashion, we caught a few trains to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), where you get the best connections south to Malacca and Singapore, it looks daunting on the map but from KL Sentral its a easy quick ...

      Loving Kuala Lumpur

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Aug 02, 2014

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      ... then a worker told us which bus to get on. We found our seats and got settled. About 15 minutes later they checked tickets again and it seemed like we would be on our way. Another 10 minutes and a worker came up to us and told us to get off the bus. Just us. No reason, just that we had to get off the bus. We got off reluctantly and took our bags from under the bus. He then told us to wait. We waited and when he we saw him again ...

      Leaving Vietnam for Malaysia & INDIA!!

      A travel blog entry by lauren_eric on Jun 14, 2014

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      ... like a search for a needle in a haystack, the only difference was the needle was a boarding gate and the haystack were 40 different airline desks all in different languages. We were pretty confused at first. In the U.S. and other international airports we had traveled through, the airlines each had a designated location where customers could go to checkin, print boarding passes, and get information. What we saw in the Hanoi airport when we entered resembled ...

      The ballsiness of Kuala Lumpur

      A travel blog entry by laurenedwards on Apr 28, 2014

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      ... appearing from behind a bush, aggressively asked if we needed transport or a bus. I think that's what they were saying. The humidity, mixed with the near suicidal drivers, mixed with the pavements that really are incredibly dangerous and mixed with the fact it was so damn busy meant that finding our hostel was a bit of a nightmare. Kuala Lumpur is incredibly frustrating and testing at times. Like any other major city people have places to go and people to see don't you ...