MiCasa All Suite Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
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Today is a Labor Day in Malaysia and it is public holiday, as is Monday (Wesak Day) so there will be more sales - not that there are not enough of these already! For the past few days, we have been to Mid Valley Mega Mall, 1 Utama, Sungei Wang, Low Yat and Sentral. What caught my eye were some of the favorite outlets that my kids love to frequent in New Zealand such as Forever ...
... reached a much quieter area of town. In the distance we heard a loudspeaker announcing prayer time for the Muslims in KL, which is a very sizable population. The hijabs are beautiful (see photo of the fabric store colors if you don't believe me). Wandering around KG baharu we spotted plenty of outdoor food stalls. Since we had a hard time deciding, we were very fortunate to spot a place featuring roti canai and be greeted by a friendly face. Lured by the 1 ...
... hub in a fast-growing economy. While not yet one of the "Asian Tigers", Malaysia is considered an “Asian Cub”, and has a top-30 economy in the world. Kuala Lumpur, or KL, has enormous skyscrapers, an elaborate, shiny, and poorly coordinated rapid transit system, and it is clearly a major hub for business, finance, industry, and tourism. In this tropical rainforest climate it feels like a cross between Tokyo, Shanghai, and Honolulu. It ...
We are currently in Singapore, after a 6 night stint in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was pretty uneventful, which is why I have yet to write anything about it... so here I go!
This won't be a long one...
Basically we were a little unimpressed with KL. We were expecting another Bangkok, but it was pretty dissimilar and quite grotty in places. I think they use the Patronas Towers as a poster for KL, and yes they are fabulous, but the same can't be said about ...
... thanks. We just weren't that fussed. Reading reviews and researching online the night before, others travellers had instead recommended going up to the top of the Menara KL TV tower. Yes, you have to pay for this (the Skybridge is free), but there were NO queues and the views were INCREDIBLE. We went up at dusk, to look down on the city in daylight and then to watch the sunset (although it was quite cloudy). Upon reading reviews, we decided to also pay ...