Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Rich, or so very rich in architecture:)))))))
I read that on Friday evenings they have a spectrum of colors crossing the buildings, just for fun. I can imagine the lights would look wonderful? Its a lovely place to walk around with a few water fountains, other tourists and a medium size grass area that would be great for cricket.
Did you know Malaysia has only been its own country for 57years, previously its was part of the ...
So, wifi access has been somewhat limited this past week, so this post has been a bit delayed!
In our week after Melacca we spent a lovely few days back in KL with Kah Peng, Huson and Chrystal (Peng's older sister) we enjoyed fabulous hospitality from Chrystal's in-laws and an incredible pool party/BBQ at their new house. At the weekend we made a trip to Seramban to visit Kah Teng (Peng's oldest sister) and enjoyed celebrating the ...
... of Indians, Indian shops, colourful buildings, purple road side arches and of course Indian restaurants. Luckily there wasn't as many people as the real India, not as many stares and thankfully we escaped with no Delhi belly! That night we was to meet up with a Malaysian girl we met in April in Vietnam called Melissa who lived in Kuala Lumpur. Her and her boyfriend picked us up and drove us to another local food place to try some ...
... wollten. Die Besitzerin wird sehr schnell hysterisch und aggressiv. Ein normales Kommunizieren ist nicht mehr möglich. Ich bleibe aber ruhig damit die Lage nicht eskalierte.
In Kuala Lumpur fallen uns beiden die vielen Inder aufgefallen. Es sind gefühlte 50% der Bevölkerung. Gegen Ende fühlte ich mich in Indien, wegen den grossen kulturellen Unterschieden zwischen Indern und Schweizern, ...
... flakes out of a plastic cup with a tea spoon and headed out. Our first stop was The Batu Caves and after Internet research we decided to get the train rather than spend valuable fake Cath Kidston money on a taxi. The journey was ok (when we realised we were going the wrong way on the train, oops) and Rania made friends with some equally stupid Flemish people who had done the same thing. When we got there is was really hot, we had no suncream and the monkeys were stealing people's ...