Prescott Hotel Kajang
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... Market and then wandered around this area and Petaling Street. We headed to the helipad bar for sunset and amazing views of the Petronas towers and other sights of KL. Went for dinner in the Petronas towers and then to the park below to see the fountains and view upwards. After dinner we went for drinks at the skybar which also had amazing views of KL all lit ...
I woke up, took a shower and grabbed some breakfast. Packed my bag and map (typical tourist!) and headed out to explore the city. It was a beautiful clear day and the sun was shining (well until the afternoon when it absolutely poured down with rain!) First stop merdeka square where I checked out the sultan Abdul samad building and the iconic I love KL structure! Also noticed the Masjid Jamek mosque but unfortunately ...
... had a Nanna nap. A huge thunderstorm came through with spectacular lightening and giant claps of thunder......an amazing sight from our 17th floor room! Tonight we wanted to get high..........so as we could get a view of the Petronas Twin Towers. We all caught a taxi to the Menara KL Tower (where I had been on the previous trip) we all agreed, when told the price, that we'd rather find a rooftop bar with a view and buy a drink. So we again headed off in a ...
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As we were crossing the street to get better pictures, we met an older than us couple from
Austrailia, got to talking with them and they were headed to an aviary . So we followed them .
this place was a lovely nature walk , we spent about 4 hours meandering thru all the paths,
And waterfalls . They boasted 31 different kinds of egrets and 300 ...
... Recommended by a girl at Cam and Jim's house in Napa, who said Krabi was more about enjoying nature than in Phuket-a more popular beach town, but it's known for parties and craziness). After booking, we boarded the metro and rode it to the complete end: Batu Cave. This fully operational Hindu temple is open to the public. Climbing 272 steps past a massive gilded statue, we enter the large cavern with massive stalactites. Pigeons and monkeys dot the ledges as we watch a ceremony ...