Prescott Hotel Klang
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... KLIA via KLIA Express from KL Sentral (RM35 per way, 28 minutes). I was so excited that I'm not giving a chance for eyes to shut off. Along the 35 minutes ride, I saw green trees, houses, oil palm plantations and a glimpse of one of the top local universities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM).
From Nilai KTM Station, I decided to go to KLIA 2 by bus (the Airport Liner). I also asked the taxi driver about the fare if I took taxi from there. The taxi fare is RM40 ...
... Balik Kampung', which translates approximately to 'return to village'. It's a phrase which describes the period, during Hari Raya, when all of the families head back to the small rural villages where they have their roots and use their grandparents' traditional wooden houses as a base for the celebrations.
Clothes are a big part of the celebrations as well. The Baju Malayu is the traditional outfit worn by men. It consists of the Baju (long sleeved tunic) ...
... phone numbers and got Julia on kik. It took a while to get out and even longer to find the right bus but eventually we found the right bus that headed straight to china town. We found our way back alright and hopped straight into bed to have a rest. Dad said we would go get dinner in 5 more minutes but we both fell asleep instead. Goodbye to whoever is reading ! I've started updating in the morning so if I don't update I might in the morning because i've started a habit of skipping ...
... centre is a photo advertising one of John's beloved bookshops, Kinokuniya. Because he'd purchased 4 books at Mid Valley Mega Mall, this visit was just for a look. The designer shops are of ...
... The fantasy began to rapidly dissipate once we discovered that beer started at $9 USD a can. Oh, and that we were the only westerners in the whole airport who were "camping out". Although I was covered from neck to toe in baggy clothing, I was the object of much fascination to (what I can only assume to be) the locals who had set up camp in cosy groups (just like the ones I had once imagined being a part of, except we ...