Palace of the Golden Horses
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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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As I booked the cheapest available flights to get to Dublin and back to KL and then on to Sydney I had another long stopover in KL. This time 10 hours.
Not a problem though, since I had to tick one more thing off my Bucket list: A visit to the Petronas Towers.
Last time I was there with Basti, we didn't book online and they had no tickets available at the counter in the evening.
This time I had pre-booked over ...
... going to sweat an extra dollar at this point in time. I told him it was his lucky day and to enjoy it and got out.
Terminal Four, the budge air domestic departures terminal is a tiny little podunk terminal with five gates. It really had taken less than fifteen minutes to get there thankfully, so I still had plenty of time to get my bag checked in. Not a lot of extra time, but enough. I also vaguely recalled hearing that Palawan in general (the ...
... centre on the first few levels, and by the time the last bus arrived, it was dark so we got night time photos of the towers as well. Dinner was at the Lot 10 eatery, which is a collection of food stalls, some which have been around for decades. Last thing to do was crack open a bottle of champagne to celebrate Helen's 60th a few months ago. Big day! On Thursday we caught the monorail to the KL Menara tower, hoping for a great view of the city. Yes it was good, but ...
... and my club. Good news is that I have been allocated netball coaching as my extra curricular activity for Wednesday afternoon so at least I know I can be involved in some way.
So I have had 3 days in school- all very intense and information overload but then I guess that is to be expected. My timetable is nice as I have a good range of class sets and all my lessons are pretty evenly distributed so that helps. ...
... for Iftar (the breaking of the fast). The Buka Pasa was held at the Islamic Arts Museum and was a very nice evening. I had the opportunity to meet the US counselor for public affairs here in Malaysia as well as meeting some other Malaysian activists. Unfortunately I don't have any pictures, but I hope to return to the museum this weekend.
Next week SIS will be hosting our own Buka Pasa! I will definitely take pictures of that! ...