My Hotel @ bukit bintang

No.120, Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100, Malaysia | 3 star hotel
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Petronas Zwillingstürme: Nie am Montag!

A travel blog entry by simon-rahel


So ein Stadtstaat wie Singapur ist schon etwas Spezielles: Der Bahnhof im Norden der Stadt ist zugleich auch die Grenze zu Malaysia. Bevor wir in den Zug stiegen, folgte also Aus- und Einreise: Wir verliessen Singapur im Bahnhofgebäude und reisten ein paar Meter weiter in demselben Bahnhofgebäude in Malaysia ein. Völlig unkompliziert donnerte der Z …

Nothing says Happy Valentines Day like free food!

A travel blog entry by charlyhurford


... of, 'you shouldn't be on your own', and again, 'why don't you have a boyfriend', were ringing in my ears all day and I have to beg the question, why are complete strangers more concerned about my being alone on February 14th, ie. just another calendar day, than I am?! I managed to visit the Batu Caves, the Petronas Towers, and Chinatown, and I also spent an extraordinary amount of time wandering around shopping malls and sitting in parks to kill some time and try not to drive myself ...

The Two Towers

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers


... Completed in 1998, the buildings were the tallest in the world until 2004. They were built out of reinforced concrete, with steel only on the facade, due to the high cost of importing steel. This makes the towers incredibly heavy, and makes their height even more of an engineering marvel.

We had booked a visit in advance, and so we were able to go up in the towers--they sell out every day, so we did not want to wait until we were in KL ...

New country

A travel blog entry by djgoes


... but the pillows themselves were mouldy. (We discovered that just before bed). There was no restaurants except the beach burger joints that closed at 6:30. In spite of that the swim was bathtub warm and the sand pure white. Donna accepted it like the trooper she is without any complaining. What a trooper!
The next morning we continued down the coast to Malaka which is a Unesco world heritage site for it's 15th century architecture in the Chinatown.

Malaysia Truly Asia

A travel blog entry by chinesetudor


And so we were now on our way to our 5th country, Malaysia, a word we couldn't say without singing the well televised advert that had followed us throughout the last two months: 'Malaysia truly Asia...' This advert promised us great sights, great food and above all a great time. It was hard to start out optimistically with Pete spending the entire night before our flight in the bathroom. We took it one painful step at a time. We survived the bumpy half hour tuk ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on No.120, Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, is near Berjaya Times Square, Bintang Walk, Sepang Circuit, and Sungei Wang Plaza.
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