Resort Hotel Genting Highlands
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... with visitors to his country. We boarded a bus with a limited agenda, as we only had six hours in this port (Kelang, Malaysia) and it was over an hour's ride into Kuala Lumpur. Our first stop was at a working batik factory, and though we quickly decided against buying much, as the prices were exorbitant, we walked into the artist studio to observe them working on various projects. As I was engrossed in the artistry and technique, Vikki was looking elsewhere and ...
... while to go up what felt was like being on top of the city, eighty six floors up (370 meters high), stopping off to spend ten minutes on the double deck bridgeway on the forty first floor. Malaysia refers to the Towers as ‘a symbol of Kuala Lumpur’s progress and achievements’ and they really are a marvellous creation by man of stunning gleaming steel and glass construction which stands proudly in the heart of the city at ...
What I didn't realize was I was being filmed ( No I wasn't drunk I really thought the women was playing on her phone not filming me)
It wouldn't surprise me if its on utube by now she must have forwarded it to most of the complex ha ha ha
The fun went on until 8pm but I was shattered and wanted my bed, but am sure the locals partied until midnight. Hard Core Malaysians...You should be proud!!!!
... long 4x4 vehicles left over from the days of US rule that have been pimped out with all kinds of decorations, both inside and out. And in the place of heavily clothed inhabitants who often look away at the first sign of eye contact we saw friendly faces, huge smiles and a surprisingly large number of people (almost everyone we met) speaking English. We were also lucky enough to be picked up by a guy who, spending the past twenty years working in ...
... to the sky bar which is housed in the Traders hotel for sundown cocktails and views of the Twin Towers. We then headed to the rooftop bar at the Reggee Mansion hotel for more drinks and to enjoy the fireworks marking Malaysian new year. On Monday we headed to the Batu Caves which are huge limestone cave systems which house Hindu statues and are a significant place of worship for the community. The caves were spectacular and as well as the huge hords of tourists there were plenty of ...