Quality Hotel Shah Alam
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... business stage. Yes, there are allegations of corruption within the government and yes, the Chinese Malay people pay more tax than any others, but it is a brilliant soft landing into an area of the world where corruption, inequality and illegality is rife: for its location in the world the country isn't doing too badly. The greenery, the beaches, but predominantly the Malay people help to create a beautiful place, and should be on everyone's bucket list! GB ...
... The thought of missing the wedding really upsets me. So I would have to spend basically all of the remainder of my money to get home, back and then home again...
But, as I always say (to myself at least) worrying about it isn't going to change anything. I won't know till Monday at the earliest so I'll concentrate on exploring and enjoying a little more of Malaysia. I have another 5 hr journey ahead so its bye for now... ...
... having fun with all the balloons ....including Sylvia. So overall it was great fun and very Christmassy, they even played proper Christmas music. Earlier in the day, we were checking at reception to see if a Christmas card had arrived that Jessica had sent from UK, no joy. There was a couple there an Englishman and his Thai lady. We got chatting and he was from South London. So we agreed to met them in the evening. We arrived at 8. Oh we have been here since ...
... ash on the foreheads of those there to receive blessings and then you take with your finger red to put on with the ash to finish the puja blessing.
Here also people bring offerings such as lighting small candles, bring bags of milk, fruit and flowers. Again we were welcomed to be part of the ceremony and were also able to take pictures.
After the puja, we went back through another section of Chinatown and stopped by a ...
... of the other tower, I think they look like darlics (lol). It is a global icon and is probably the most recognisable building in KL.
In the evening we put our washing in the laundrette and then decided we needed some more familiar food so headed to pizza hut for some home comforts. I had read in a guide book about this bar called the "Sky bar" which has a great view of the city. So we decided to find it, it was at the top of the Traders Hotel and ...