Puteri Park Hotel
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... but SatNav knew and got to the hotel just before midnight. Thanked the taxi driver who helped me with my bag then drove off without holding hand out for tip. A guy with a trolly came for my bag and I checked in. He showed me to my room, pointed out light switches and features then said good night, again no expectation of a tip. Put the water heater on. Messaged a few friends and family. Had a shower to was off the 20 hours of travelling then went to ...
... appreciated as temp was at least 30 degrees! I was feeling a bit hot and sticky so had a lovely shower. Mum just headed for bed and was asleep before I was out of the shower. It was after 11 local time (about 3 in the morning NZ time). Took a little while to unwind but dropped off & had a lovely sleep in my comfy bed. Woke about 4:30 local time 8:30 NZ time with a feeling I was awake for the duration. Decided to get dressed and headed out for the lobby. I ...
... in KL at 11.30am. Miles and miles to walk through the airport again. I had several questions at immigration about what I'm doing here - not staying 3 months this time (!). Getting my bag and out of customs etc was all quite quick. I left all my bags at left luggage for the day -£9 for a day, quite expensive. The massive advantage of the new terminal - it's now joined to the fast KLIA express train to the city. No more slow 1 hour (or longer) bus faf. The ...
... along the confluence of two rivers, now pretty disgusting. That first day we dodged the afternoon rain by visiting the KL City Gallery which taught about the history of the city and future expansion. It's situated along one of the rivers next to the Sultan Abdul Samad building, which highlighted the older Islamic style of architecture present across the city, including various mosques, museums, and the old train station. We ended our day with a walk ...
... dinner, usually as the appetizer due to its symbolism of "good luck" for the new year. Some would consume it on Renri, the seventh day of the Chinese New Year, although in practice it may be eaten on any convenient day during the Chinese New Year period (the first to the 15th day of the first lunar month). The base ingredients are first served. The leader amongst the diners or the restaurant server proceeds to add ingredients such as the fish, the crackers and ...