Resort Hotel Genting Highlands
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- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
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Outside the towers is a lake with dancing fountains and a lush green park, perfect to relax in and watch the world go by. This place was reminding us of Ho Chi Minh City, with palm trees and parks interspersed with the modern city landscape.
Ness was excited to be in Kuala Lumpur. Initially I thought it was because she was eager to see how it had changed since her ...
... along with some luxury for my birthday.
But without those extra expenses the cost of living and moving around Malaysia can be comfortably achieved at 100RM a day for a couple, less with a bit of planning.
Total spent (everything, flights in/out, dentist, one years insurance, injections) 12400RM / £2400
Normal Expenses (food, transport - buses only, lodgings - not including Air BnB gift) 3000RM / £560 or £18/$30 a day
... the snacks to eat whilst I'm backpacking if I get peckish, so I hopefully get them thru customs. Otherwise no lose. It was very surreal for me flying into KL. It made me realise there is a whole big world out there that I have no idea about. I'm sure I will be enlightened to a small section of the world over the next month; the European adventure awaits. Time to board my next plane!! Until next ...
... rice paddies. The taxi ride passed too quickly. We we're eager to get to the airport, but in no hurry to leave Vietnam. Time has gone by so quickly and yet at the same time it's felt like one of those dreams that in reality only lasts a few minutes, but feels like its lasted for months. It's been so fun to wake up sometimes and not realize what foreign city you're in or what you did 2 days ago because it feels like it was 2 weeks ago. While in Asia we ...
... the transfer to the City centre as the Low Cost Terminal is an hour bus ride away. You win some, you lose some. At one point on the bus, one of the passengers got up out of his seat and started screaming at the bus driver in Malaysian. Then he sat back down again. No idea what was said but it was a message that read Welcome to Kuala Lumpur. As soon as we stepped off the bus it was like what we had experienced when we flew to Kuala Lumpur for 3 days from Bali, when we ...