My City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMy City Hotel Kuala Lumpur
My Hotel is located at the heart of the Sentral station. Affordable and clean rooms, albeit, there are no windows (which i prefer in the hotels i stay in).
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... here: a bed outlined by four walls and Faiz, the KL local we met in Singapore. If I could describe Faiz in three words, they would be: kind, generous and down-to-earth. Faiz has an interesting story. He went to school in Russia to become a doctor. He practiced for a couple of years before he quit and took up freelance Insurance. He enjoys travelling, and this was the primary motivation for the switch. He wanted just a little more freedom in his ...
... the outdoor theme park was under construction and the multicoloured buildings were not pleasing on the eye like Google had depicted! We also spent a lot of time in malls, as there seemed to be a newer, bigger mall everywhere we went! At Suria KLCC we also managed to relax and fit in time for the cinema, watching 'Kingsman' and 'Focus', again fitting our budget at only £1.50 each!! The food continued to impress with Big ...
... had a cocktail each and found out that we were actually quite peckish. We went down to the food court to grab some food, even though they had a nandos and a subway (our favourites from back home) we opted to have some Malaysian food instead as it was our last dinner in KL until we are back. We went to a noodle bar and both had chicken and noodles.
We planned to get back to the hotel for 9.30pm so that Maureen could skype back home. We left before ...
... was brief as the mosque is not open to tourists at prayer times. Travelling north, we reached Independence Square, the place at which the Union Flag was lowered and the flag of Malaysia hoisted in 1957. Perhaps ironically, Independence Square is like a one stop tour of colonial era Kuala Lumpur. Around its edges are the theatre, the old high court, the magnificent Mughal style Sultan Abdul Samad building, and the Royal Selangor Club ...
... the movie of Bea Alonzo and John Lloyd Cruz entitled ''Miss You Like Crazy''? There was a scene in that movie that you can see the awe-inspiring tower, "soaring to a height of 451.9 meters, with 88-storey twin structure is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel. "
Before, I just heard about this structure that is considered as the tallest building in the world for almost 6 years. That is PETRONAS TWIN TOWERS!