Pearl International Hotel
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Probably the most recognisable landmark in Kuala Lumpur is the Petronas Towers. These are the highest twin towers in the world and promise spectacular views across the city. Unfortunately, due to being on a budget, I can't confirm this. We decided against the £16 tickets to access the observation deck so we had to appreciate the imposing structure from the ground. Becoming even more stunning when lit up against the backdrop of the ...
... signs told us it was free it ended up not so free and did not look fun! Here is where we meet Ben/Bin the local! Who thought Islamics were "crazy bad" also pointed out all the different classes in KL and where they lived. He was meant to take us to the national museum however he told us there was nothing there, no point, waste of time and he would take us to Batu caves!! Mmmm Batu caves with a local who also wanted to take us to the tin ...
... tomorrow night to see them lit up. All the walking had built up some appetite so we traipsed to the Pavilion shopping centre in Bintang. The array of consumables on offer in the food court was astounding and, at approximately 8 Ringit (£1.60) for a meal it was an absolute steal. So much so, in fact, that Max had two! At the end of our meal, my celebrity amongst the locals became apparent as I had two women ask to have their photo taken with me. ...
... much water, so again as part of my quest for a healthier lifestyle, decided to cure myself with some macademia nut ice cream. To be honest, I was feeling depressed and bored all day, so maybe ice cream was more for the mental cure. I've been doing analysis of my trip and firstly I was really excited and wanted to analyse everything - films I've watched, hotel I've stayed, flights I've taken, costs per country and per type, but then after painful reconciliation of my ...
... for a counter to book a ticket; ignoring anyone who tried to sell us something on our way in. We did. We got a bus ticket for the following evening, leaving Pudu at 10pm arriving back in Hat Yai the next morning. Satisfied we hadn't been ripped off, and were organised for our return to Thailand, we rejoined Rothman and asked him to take us for lunch. We were dropped at The Pavilion shopping centre hopeful of finding a Nandos as ...