Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
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Just a 2 hour flight from Bangkok to Kuala Lumpur (KL). I caught the express train from KLIA2 to KL Sentral. It was a saturday afternoon, and KL sentral was packed with people. I had to line up for a metro ticket in the crowds for 10 minutes. I checked into my hotel and had a look around. I went to Mid Valley Mega Mall and had Nandos for dinner. …
... no no!
Did the usual tourist stuff, checked out towers, chinatown market and we mostly hung out in parks! WAS great to be in a normal city, i.e. no desperately poor people about missing limbs etc.
So stayed 3 nights, 2 days so get a feel of the place and avoided the massive shopping centres as per usual!
... and were greeted by Joseph Selvan, Regional Executive for South East Asia and our host for the week. Joseph is from Bangalore, which I am very excited about. It is great to learn first hand about the area I am in.
We had the afternoon and evening to ourselves. We all settled into our hotel rooms, napped, then went to dinner at a local diner. The restaurant was called Konark and served South Indian, ...
... happily accepted the usual delay as it would have meant more time in bed - Malaysia you are far too efficient! With a quick Macdonalds breakfast in our bellies we made our way to our hotel, arriving at 7am and completing our 22 hours of travel between Thailand and Malaysia.
With a day to kill in KL we revisited some of our favourite food spots from our previous visit, enjoyed the brilliant shopping malls and just chilled out before our flight to Borneo the following ...
... of the week and seeing a bit more. Finishing off marking today - very hardworking students out here reflected in marks! Puts mine in cardiff to shame :) marking from the air con comfort of my hotel room for now, will venture out again when a bit cooler xxxxxxx P.s. the Malaysians I've met also don't walk anywhere, take stairs, or like any outdoor activities. The staff here think I'm insane for going to Borneo! We shall see!!! ...