My Hotel @ bukit bintang
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... place is also littered in trash, because the monkeys rummage through the trash bins for food and then scatter wrappers, bottles, and other garbage all over the place. I even saw one monkey on top of a shrine, ripping the flowers off a wreath decked over a statue and eating them. Monkeys can be cute. The monkeys at the Batu caves are more of a feral, somewhat terrifying nuisance (we'll revist this when we get to Bali).
Finally I visited the ...
... side hawker stalls serving food from across the continent. For us though, the most striking thing about this 21st century metropolis is its remarkable cultural diversity. Native Malays, Chinese prospectors, Indian migrants and British colonials all helped shape this city, and each group has left its indelible mark. But it's more than the extraordinary mix ...
... that connects you to the airport or city in about 20 minutes, so it is located well. Also, the Prime Minister of Malaysia lives in Putrajaya, which is where Barack Obama came to visit earlier in 2014. All government buildings are being developed and occupied in Putrajaya now. Their is a newly opened shopping mall in Putrajaya and opportunities to participate in water sport activies. Kayaks were $5.00AUD to rent for an hour. ...
... travels who was in town), browsing ridiculously expensive things in Orchard shopping road and visiting Little India for a delicious biryani. My flight to Brisbane was at 8pm on the Sunday so after doing myself some good at the true fitness gym nearby, I got a taxi to Changi and relaxed in the lounge ahead of boarding. The last week seems a bit surreal, I've been able to cross the roads safely, everywhere has been clean and expensive...looks like the great Asian adventure is sadly ...
We arrived in Kuala Lumpur not far from Chinatown and started hunting for a guesthouse. We found one and after a quick meal called it quits for an early night. On our first proper day we first visited the Petronus Towers, as one does, to try and arrange tickets for the next day or to see how it was arranged. On our way there the heavens opened like I have never seen before and we took shelter here and there on ...