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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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... that neither of us could have changed that much. I still love that place.
A ticketing error meant that Amber and Rans were sat apart from me and the Kid on the 9 hour flight to Kuala Lumpur. We were flying with Air Asia, who are incredibly cheap, in all senses of the word. So it was left to me to bear the brunt of Kier's distaste for flying. He told me that his journal entry for ...
... to see it every second day...and surely I am trying to do my best and learn some new skills in photography to get a good shot of it.
I can easily say KL is one of my favorite cities even tho there is only few places to see around.
The easiest way to describe it is simply one word.... KewL KL
Cant wait to see more of Malaysia, so I'm off to my next stop...but I already know I will be back in here very soon :)
... nandos is cheap! Full works for 2 ppl £8! - the green man means nothing on the roads - blondes are aliens -there's no English in the best western - best Western is not like knights hill I also have devised a series of business ideas whilst away ... (Nobody steal these!) -air con is in short supply... With global warming looming, purchasing shares in major air con companies will surely pay ...
... film and some tv!) If there is one word to describe this city it's sweaty! We arrived late on Monday night and got the train into the city and our hostel, the reggae mansion was conveniently right next to one of the train stations! The hostel is really cool and has a rooftop bar, BBQ nights (which was really tasty) and the dorms have pod beds with curtains which is an added bonus. We went for a walk to china town on the first evening and realised food was nearly as cheap as ...
... colour. We were then able to see the studio in which the miniature city and its parts are made. A dream job for both of us! After we'd inspected just about every square inch of the gallery, we felt it was time to leave, so braced ourselves for the heat.
That evening we dined in Chinatown, very close to our hostel. We tried a lot of different things from stalls, including chicken and rice baked in a clay pot, and fought off the vendors selling handbags, sunglasses ...