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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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... of no doubt many) Slurpie then got on with researching our next few days. Unfortunately Grahame has picked up an ear infection so our PADI course is going to have to wait a while longer so we will need to decide a different route.....so we headed back to the room, popped in Grahame's ear drops and researched our new route!! After all our research was complete we headed out for a snack then caught a taxi up to KL Tower and headed up to the observation deck to check out ...
Wow, what a surprise KL was, I'm not entirely sure what we were all expecting but we certainly were not expecting such a beautiful city, the buildings and architecture are amazing and it is immaculately clean. Our excursion took us on a walking tour to Independence Square, Chinatown, Central Market and to a Chinese and an Indian temple (I have ...
... er nat van werden. De douche en toilet was bijna onbruikbaar zo smerig en er zat geen raam in de kamer dus je kon het vocht ook niet wegkrijgen. Snel ging ik met de bank bellen die mij niet meer kon vrtellen dat er wel Banken waren waar ik kon pinnen en ik moest maar meer uit proberen. Niet om te zeuren maar KL is geen Amsterdam centrum, dat loop je niet even zo door. Aangezien we geen keus hadden moesten we in een luchtvochtigheid van 60% en 35 graden gaan ...
... Dining here can be very delicious and cheap (our first dinner was under $5 for three of us with sodas) as long as you do not have any alcoholic beverages. Booze is roughly twice as much as we pay back home.
The rail system, while not nearly as stream-lined as those in China is still adequate and again very cheap (around $2 for all four of us to cross Central KL).
It has been some time now since I blogged about my travels, perhaps more than two years now and I definitely have lots to catch up on. At some point in time, I was thinking of giving this up due to my workload but I have a loyal group of followers who have incessantly written to me and coaxed me to get back into writing again.
With that, before going into my previous travels, I am ...