Quality Hotel City Centre
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Today when we woke we were in Malaysia. Port Kelang, Kuala Lumpur. We had a bus booked to take us all into the city to a theme park called Kidzania. We passed thru customs and waited at the marina. After sometime of waiting without any sign of the bus, I called the bus company to be told the bus had broken down and there was no ...
Our first stop was the Heli Lounge Br, which is actually a helicopter landing pad on the top of a building in the downtown by day, and a happening place for a drink and snacks after 6 p.m. to watch the sun go down and to see the Petronas Towers and the KL Menara Tower lit up in all their glory. Basically, you go to the nightclub on the 34th floor of the building, purchase one drink, then they allow you up on the roof where they set up tables ...
... later in the day I stubbed the big toe on my other foot TWICE. No breaks in skin there either, thankfully. This is what happens when you walk around in sandals all the time...
So my first stop today was (new) Little India. The city apparently 'moved' Little India to a different section of time a few years ago. The purpose of my visit: to see Little India, but mostly to buy a sari. It has been one of my life goals to buy (and wear) ...
... was yummy!
The Petronas towers my night was one of the most wonderful sights of the trip. The architecture plus the lights made them such a statement piece in the skyline. We took countless photos of the towers and just had a seat on the grass to sit and stare at them. Even though we didn't get to experience a long amount of time up on the observatory decks, I still enjoyed every minute of the day!
By the time we got home, we ...
Woke up in our suite at Raffles and went down for a breakfast reception to meet some of our fellow guests. We had some spare time to wander around the hotel and take a few more photos before being taken from Singapore over the border into Malaysia to board the Eastern Orient Express, which is to be our home for the next 3 days. We are in berth J4, which is a very compact berth with a settee and tiny wardrobe, and an upper bunk which folds down at night. The ...