Royale Bintang The Curve
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyale Bintang The Curve Petaling Jaya
The hotel is rated 4 stars, it's a solid 3 or 3.5 rooms are a bit small for what I would expect for 4 stars and there's no real drawers for unpacking items into, just the closet. I'm by myself so I made the closet work but more floor storage would be nice for two people who might be staying more than just a couple days.
The best feature is the hotels location. Walk to movies, shopping or food.
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So it's Thursday eve after work... Work is winding down nicely with a few loose ends to tie up tomorrow and the last group of technicians to train on what I have changed on the simulator. I'm gonna dump some pictures in here from the past two days and add captions. Wednesday's lunch was a soup place with Thai influences. I had done pork in my soup …
I've finally (at 5 pm) checked into my hotel after a quite successful day at work. I got a taxi straight from the airport at about 8am to the worksite. Perfect terrain around here, some gorgeous large hills on the horizon, and plenty of subtle terrain throughout the city. Being such a tropical climate as you would expect greenery abounds.
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There's a big party going on downstairs for the receptionist's son, who just turned five. He gets all the backpackers to play with him which Is pretty fun to watch. I was even roped in to it for a while before my stomach forced me out of the hostel. In any case, there's apparently free food and drinks which I want to check out. The techno-dance music's been going loud for the past eight hours though; I hope it gets turned off at a reasonable time to sleep though.
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