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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Comfortable and accomodating hotel in heart of KL. Very close to main bukit bintang area and 1 minute walk to Pavillion.
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Stopped over in Malaysia for the last night and took a friend around town for a malaysian hawker stall foody experience.
Went to all the popular eating hangouts in the city such as lot 10, bukit bintang and papa rich true KL style.
By the next day, we surely had our fair share of malaysian dishes that one could possibly fit in a …
... a local tuk tuk, whereas I was fortunate enough to call shotgun while about 18 of the others hopped on the back of the truck. This is when you know you’re going to have a good time, all health and safety goes out the window in Cambodia, who needs a seatbelt anyway, just hold onto the beer kegs! We took the truck through some of the Cambodian towns and down to the coast where the guys had arranged the hire of a boat to jump on. Now I think it’s safe to say the boat could ...
... food. We found a good spot in a restaurant on the street to people watch and have some food, we also treated ourselves to a few beers as it was Saturday night after all. The beer in Malaysia was almost as expensive as Singapore (to my disgust) so it really was a treat to get a bit merry! Next day it was off to the Petronas Towers which are even more impressive in real life. It was nearly £20 each to go up to the bridge and viewing platform so we ...
... only just setting up. Having the usual noodles for me and soup for Al.
After going back to the hostel and catching up on things online, we headed along a great street in Chinatown which was only food stalls, advise we had been given was if they have plastic stools and everyone is eating on the street, it will be good food. It was incredible seeing all this great food being prepped and made in front of you. Only thing is I ...
A morning call for prayer told us it was time to leave the rain forest and head for the big smoke, literally, driving towards kuala lumpar, or KL. Stopping at the ubiquitous McD's briefly for a coffee and onto Batu caves, a huge cavernous temple for Lord Mugaren. No, not one of our Lords but a Hindu god, related to Ganesh, full of saried women, loin clothed men, joss sticks and marauding monkeys up 250 steps. ...