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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Grr. Kuala Lumpur has just confirmed my dislike for Malaysia. Its the most boring, characterless city I've ever seen! And its so frustrating. You cross the busy road in a raised walkway and end up in a mall. You walk along the pavement, suddenly it cuts in and you're in a mall. You want to get from A to B, you've got to go through malls from A to beyond Z! Its maddening. Its cultureless. The capital city is just like one huge shopping ...
... of the city it stopped apparently it rains once a day here because it is coming towards end of the Rainey season As we approached the city the difference between here and Bangkok was noticeably not as crowded or as hectic and much cleaner maybe it is the English influence. Not as hot as Thailand either. We got a good result inour hotel and got upgraded to the top tier ...
... aren't beggars in this area, or ramshackle shops with the proprietors asleep on mattresses at the back. People wear shoes. Pushchairs are common and there is currently a mother and baby expo in the mall- people have the cash to splash. It's all beyond our budget. I know the rest of Malaysia isn't like this, and we'd love to explore it all some day, but it feels safe and familiar for a few days. We are quite looking forward to a bit of stability from now on. Although we will ...
... They will build something fantastic at a crazy cost but then not invest any further money to maintain it and keep it in working order. That's a shame as it seemed to be one of the more well known 'tourist' hooks to draw people in. The nightlife is limited but I enjoyed that in a way as it had a more laid back feel in the places I did go out to, certainly more so than Kuta currently does.
What I did enjoy the most though is getting to know the people ...