Palace of the Golden Horses
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPalace of the Golden Horses Sri Kembangan
Luxury living huge rooms with balcony look at the view. Could not believe it when we got here it was better than I thought, it is like staying in a stately home marble everywhere.. Had a meal in a Japanese restaurant. Everyone is Asian except us strange but people friendly and speak good English.
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... of Indians, Indian shops, colourful buildings, purple road side arches and of course Indian restaurants. Luckily there wasn't as many people as the real India, not as many stares and thankfully we escaped with no Delhi belly! That night we was to meet up with a Malaysian girl we met in April in Vietnam called Melissa who lived in Kuala Lumpur. Her and her boyfriend picked us up and drove us to another local food place to try some ...
... woke me at 5. Epic sleep! I hopped back into bed again around 7.30.
What a fantastic holiday it was - there was only one thing wrong with it - it wasn't long enough!!
... but did manage to see the Hornbills after a while. We did manage to get to see the Bird Show. I thought it would be something like what we know, with different kind of birds... But this was only with parrots. Real smart parrots who kept on eating sunflower seeds hehe, but it was fun. They did a race, they counted, they flew... It was fun.
After that we walked through the park and saw lots ...
... each but we managed it and were greeted by Zoe with hugs and cake. It was so nice to sleep! I woke up at 5am totally disorientated and completely awake! We spent the first day exploring the city. There's a free bus to get around, which was great. Malaysia is very different! I spent the first hour feeling overwhelmed and out of my depth. The weather is very hot and humid, the buildings are very tall and there are all sorts of different people everywhere, but being westerners we ...
... the privileges we lack; all you need is the momentum to exit your comfort zone. Magic awaits there.
I was away from work for 8 days and spent 42,000 Rs in all, saving up for 3 months - a concert ticket here, a movie ticket there, a night out spent in, those pair of shoes deferred, they all add up. I have instead an education for a lifetime.
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