Shah's Village Hotel
Photos of Shah's Village Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Shah's Village Hotel Petaling Jaya
Travel Blogs from Petaling Jaya
... forward to going to sleep tonight. We had a wander through a local shopping center and food court and I was places where I could buy Nasi Lemak (one of the traditional Malay meals) for 5 MYR. Amazingly cheap - dinner for $2. Downstairs at the restaurant you could pay 29 MYR. We are sitting in the "sky lounge" at our hotel having a drink and looking straight across as the Petronas Towers - awesome ...
... middle of woop-woop and having to hope another bus would come to take me back!! It wouldn't be an adventure without a little hiccup from time to time, would it?!! ;)
All ended well though - I made it to the hotel, got some dinner and took the time to relax a bit before my flight home.
... we got on the plane we saw the family of four being ushered down the back to their seats, I'm not 100% sure what happened with them but I didn't like their chances when another staff member came over to tell Hans and Shirley that they were unable to change their seats and they had to sit where they were originally allocated. Which left us standing there. By this stage it was midnight and the flight should have left 5 minutes before. Indy was basically asleep on my hip with ...
... hostel! I was very excited to stay a couple of days afterward.
Since I slept most of the next day, we worked out with a croup of 10 people we all knew, that we should have a rooftop party that night. It was pretty awesome, beers vodka, good folks, and a group of filipinos that showed us a traditional muslim princess and tribal courtship dance. ( A bit awkward but overall very cool) Then after smoking one of his very common spliffs, my friend Sudhir, showed us ...
... been an unforgettable experience from exploring the local markets to being chased by monkeys. It has been a blast. I am going to miss this place but look forward to seeing the rest of Malaysia.
It was an enjoyable time in KL been able to do things you can't in NZ. The best things in KL was the markets. The food was a lot different but still good.
Other then the fact that most of KL smells like a toilet it has been ...