Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... their masters in global medicine and had finished their first year of medical school. They knew Dan’s brother—Adam—who happens to be an ER doctor through rotations they had done in prep for medical school. Adam would also be meeting up with us, but not for a couple days. We shook their hands and got to know each other a little bit. We were all hungry and so we decided to head out and go sample one of India’s finest ...
... being steamed in bamboo and then rolled into coconut and I couldn't resist trying it. Jason was happy I chose to taste this, as we both ended up really enjoying it.
Next up, we went to the most famous market among tourists in KL on Pitaling street in Chinatown. This market is a lot larger that Central Market and it's outdoors. This is where it is easy to find fakes of all kinds of brands and of course there is more food. We really ...
... restaurant. Races are held once a year up the stairs to the top. The KL Tower is the highest point open to the public in Kuala Lumpur. I put the pictures of it here in this post, also. The old Central Market has been around since 1888. While exploring it, I saw a sign announcing a free martial arts show tonight at 9 P.M. I made a point to go back to watch the young martial art students perform. I hope you enjoy the videos I made of them. Next: Monkey ...
... though it was freaking hot. We passed by the KL tower which was very impressive while we were looking for the famous Kuala Lumpur City Centre which are 2 huge skyscrapers with a bridge/lookout between them. You would think that it would have been super easy to find skyscrapers but you would be very wrong ahah. The streets in KL are all like criss crossed and hard to follow so it took us aka Jord a wrong turn before we actually found it but it definitely ended up being worth it ...
... in KL were so greedy. Then I walked a bit for the station, but when I asked a Malaysian the directions to the station, the kind man gave me a ride on his motorbike. When he dropped me off near the station, he just tried to leave me, so I quickly gave him MYR10, because I really appreciated his favour.
After I came back to KL Sentral, it was too early to go back to the hostel, so I took a ...