Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... at Woodlands and ran to find a bus to take us from a Woodlands subway station to Woodlands train station. I was positive we missed the train but we decided to go anyway, just in case. We arrived and yep, our train had left. Oops! So we got tickets for the next train from Singapore, to Kuala Lumpur that left later that afternoon. We had time to kill so we went back to the main train station and walked around. Score, another ...
... spending 4 Hours in a terminal that only has chinese souvenirs and ****** food? No I don't need a miniature jade dragon than you. -leaving from Woodlands train station (Singapore). The first station in the planet in the middle of nowhere with no shops, no toilet and complete with roaches and smell of Durian fruit (similar to strong garbage smell). -Enduring 16h in a sleeper train Chiang Mai-Bangkok complemented by bugs and sweat (no AC). -Toilets in Malaysia. These guys are ...
... please have a window seat. At this point I look down and she is printing boarding passes and stacking our passports. She then replies in semi broken English "No window. You (points at me) row 29, he 37. No seats together, flight is too busy." Now let's break for a sec while you catch your breath! You can only imagine the shear horror on our faces. We weren't even seated together let alone have a seat between. The next part is almost a little bit of a blur for me. I ...
... and I need more time to get the proper farewell to KL people, to our home and to Viv. So after some negotiation with BA, I was flying in 3 days instead. And during these 3 days I had some proper goodbyes to my old life. We visited pretty much all of our favourite KL eating joints and some new ones. Plan B with kimchi chicken burger, kimchi chicken pasta and chicken wings, Devi's corner for roti canai and mutton curry, chicken laksa place from the dodgy stalls in the ...
... 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 ...