Mint Hotel of Kuala Lumpur
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... coming from a warm country I really had no idea what cold was, to me anything below 30c is cool below 25c is cold. After trying a number of stores I finely found what I needed some thick woolly track pants, along with my old leather jacket and thermal vest, I judged I would be warm enough, oh I forgot I also bought a nice warm woolly beanie great for keeping the ears warm, along with the woolly’s I also came across a second hand book store, enjoying a good read ...
... took that.
I used the time before the bus to find the geocache "at" the terminal. It was an 800m walk from the terminal to the cache and back. The pilot had said it was 31C and it felt like it. Thankfully, since it was night time there was no sun to make it feel even warmer but I would have preferred to have not had my big bag with me on the walk. After buying some water and a Magnum ice cream it was almost time for my bus to leave. The bus left ...
... sounded like a good idea at the time, but I think we had both aged a few years by the time we had reached the top.
Our second day in the city was spent undertaking our own walking tour, wandering around the attractions in Chinatown and Little India. KL has a really diverse mix of inhabitants from all over Asia (one of the reasons why the food is so good) so it's not uncommon to go from one street full of Chinese lanterns and Dim Sum restaurants into the next where Bollywood ...
... and chilled in the WiFi-ed up mosque (uh. what?). KL, despite meaning 'muddy estuary' in English was really beautiful and I had a lovely few days there. Day 1 I spent wandering and taking in the sights until the rains drove me through Little India and then home (did I just automatically write that about a place I'd spent one night? Standard.) where I met Parker, Claire and Marcel, each of us travelling solo. We decided to head to the Batu Caves together the next day and check ...
Today it was time to say farewell to Kuala Lumpur and leave for next destination. On couchsurfing I was lucky to find Daniel who lives in KL and also planned to go to the same place as me, Taman Negara. We started our journey there by noon and arrived to the worlds oldest rainforest in the evening. On our way we stopped by a "night market" (was afternon when we arrived and they just opened). I was the only foreigner there, a situation I'm quite used to lately. On the market ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Mint Hotel of Kuala Lumpur
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172, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur | 4 star hotelfrom $75
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Jalan Belia/Jalan Raja Laut, Kuala Lumpur | 3 star hotelfrom $39
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128 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur | 4 star hotelfrom $107
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