Prescott Hotel Klang
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Klang
... into any of them when I came across a jump on, jump off bus service just around the local area of Klang town. This was perfect as I just like to explore on my own.
I jumped aboard a half empty bus and took off for the first stop, the largest shopping mall in Malaysia. Was I interested in that? No way.. I stayed onboard for the next stop, a wholesale market. Great! Did I need cheap new shoes? Not really, I stayed onboard again.. As it turned out they were ...
... have to give up my passport for up to 5 days while they processed it, thereby making me stuck in Bangkok.
Soooo, I am determined to go to Vietnam, so I applied for an approval letter, and while that was being processed, I figured I'd head down to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.....
Okay, this has already been a long entry so ending it now and starting another one to discuss my awesome couple of days in Kuala Lumpur!
... with a big moustache, he walked round the house blessing things and giving out lucky hugs to people! After a few days of visiting we were shattered, there are so many people to see that we were driving and walking all over Klang in a day! On the last day we met my parents at the airport and took a refreshing dip in the pool at the Royal Klang club. We did some more visiting in the afternoon and finished off the day at a big family ...
... to return to the airport two hours ahead of boarding. At KL Sentral, I bought my train token to KLCC and boarded the local train like a pro, joining the morning peak hour throng. Looking around, I felt a little underdressed, but of average height (finally!)... until I was dwarfed by the Caucasian giant who must've been 195+cm. Once outdoors, I was greeted by the warmth and humidity trapped by the overcast conditions, while the intermittent rain provided some ...
... so they don't have to deal with the people lingering forever. On the plus side, we were the first group for the 2:15-2:45pm tours, so we got to experience both the skybridge and the observation floor without numerous other tourists around.
Since I wanted to see the towers at night time also, we went back to Bukit Bating to buy some warmer clothes from H&M for Japan. Then went to Jalan Alor Street, which was supposed to be famous ...