Prescott Hotel Kajang
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... but what there is is well worth it. A chimney that was built in the early 1900's, that no one really knows the purpose of, the beaches are good, the war cemetery is moving, more than 3000 graves and over half contain remains that are not identified. Pretty sad really. Attempted to go to the bird park but it was unfortunately closed on Fridays. We duck back into town to grab a couple of beers ...
... is a public holiday here as well. Odd considering this county is a strong Muslim society. We finally find a map of the island and decide to hire a car tomorrow so we can venture further. For today it is a quiet night after a feed of whole fish, rice and vegetables. I buy myself a vodka cruiser on the way back to our hotel from one of the many duty free shops for 5 ringet, it is impossible for me to get a drink in a restaurant here as they only sell beer. Lack of alcohol will not hurt ...
... we left. Monorail back to our hotel and time for a nap. When we got up we parted ways for a bit. Rhiannon went and found dinner, Susan went and found her favorite place - the reflexology row. Had a great massage, then wandered down Jalon Alor taking in the sights and sounds and *smells*. Found a vendor selling a lovely coconut ice cream so that made my dinner. Here are some highlights from our day at Batu ...
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The plane arrived late and set off late which made me quite uncomfortable give that I had just booked my return flight and coach journey back to Newcastle.
The aircraft soon took off despite being late. We flew right over BSB and all the sights of the last few days could be clearly seen including the Sultan of Brunei's palace in the ...
... up tall buildings everywhere you looked. We walked through the centre to the front of the towers, such an amazing sight and so so bright. The twin towers are nearly 452m high and when you're stood next to it they feel even bigger! We got the standard tourist photos after everyone got out of our way and headed to a view point Laina knew of about 20 minutes away! It was a street food type restaurant, we had a beer whilst watching the stunning view of the city and headed back. ...