Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
Tuesday 22nd June 2004 I headed for the airport and finally arrived in Singapore on Wednesday. Myself and Catherine met Susan no problem, Singapore airport is really easy to navigate. We stayed in Litle India for 3 nights. Went shopping one day, which is what Singapore is famous for. Did a bum boat ride down the river, which is basically just a …
... they were asked to pay USD 70. Nevertheless, we asked directly at the Malawi High Commission if this procedure was possible and they denied it.
Malawi High Commission in Dar es Salaam:
Rose Garden Road
P.O. Box 7616
Dar es Salaam
- Three visa application forms
- 3 x photos
- Valid passport
Cost: USD 100 per ...
... suddenly realise this is the most hazardous undertaking of the trip so far...now where did we put the medical insurance documents... can a severed nose be sown back on ?
Hit the nightlife to eat and then stroll through Chinatown catching the street vibe !! We decide to walk back, a route that takes us through a red light zone unknown to us when we set off, and back to KLCC. The streets seem very safe nevertheless and we ...
... eaten in food courts in Malaysia as there is so much choice, it tastes really good and is roughly £1 for a meal! We finished off our penultimate night by going back to the petronas towers at night which was really impressive, we also booked the train to Singapore for Thursday evening instead of the originally planned Friday as we are not huge fans of kl. Some bits are really impressive but others are just average or disappointing and I am personally getting fed up of feeling ...
This trip is a trip that we had planned since the last March this year. It's vey meaningful to me , hopefully is to all of them that joining me for this trip. Kuak Nam , Liujun and Liuwen arrived in Guangzhou this afternoon from NZ . Siew Kee , Siew Ting and me are on the way to join them while writing this. The flight takes about 4 hours from KL to Guangzhou . We will be arriving there past mid night. We had a good time at ...