Travel Blogs from Muar
... A wonderful day.
That was Saturday.
Sunday was departure day for Paris - at 23.35. So Rachel and Emily (plus Nicole for lunch) looked after us, frequently getting us lost both on the road and walking in China Town looking for a place to eat. What else do you do in KL - but eat. Lunch was more of last night's style dinner but these hosts had learned about our inability to handle ...
... From our vantage point we could see the smallest old Portuguese fort, a water wheel, a bright white colonial house that looked fake and small tourist boats.
At night we joined the weekending Malays and Singaporeans at the night market and sat through a terrible covers band at the local bar.
Malaysia was drawing to a close and we were heading off to Singapore the next ...
... and offerd us a ride.
After a relaxing afternoon at the guesthouse, we ventured out to find some dinner.
The next day we caught an early bus to Kuala Lumpur and said our goodbyes to Simone, who went to Melaka. We found some cheap accommodation in china town.
Taiju met up with an old friend for dinner in the evening, we went to the hospital to try and find an out of hours dentist due to Gareth's nasty tooth abscess. He got some anti-biotics and had to wait until ...
... quite enjoyed it but I wasn’t a fan. I think the concept of sweetcorn as part of a dessert was troubling to me not to mention the green and black things that were inside.
The next day after a much-needed sleep-in, we resumed our sight-seeing and found that we took many photos in this photogenic city. Many of the buildings built by the Dutch had been painted a deep red by the British when they arrived so the buildings had a distinctive look. It was interesting to ...
... St. Paul (or St. Paul Hill) Christ Church, the Sultanate Palace, St. John's Fort and the Sultan's well. This may sound like a great deal of sightseeing in one day but the fact of the matter is that this is all contained in a 1 km sq area and you can do a lot in a very short space of time.
One of the highlights was the Sultan's Well. We hired a trishaw (2 of them) to take us there as it was out of the 1km radius. A trishaw is unique to this city and ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking