How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... buy us a few cocktails in Bali. Once we were back at the hotel we got showered and ready for tomorrow. We had to back our bags properly this time, no trainers hanging off and towels hanging out. I swear these bags get heavier each time, or we're getting weaker. All packed up we hit the pillow for an early night in the hope that we're not tired tomorrow. Second to last country for our trip tomorrow, time really does fly out ...
... little is mentioned about the Thaipusam festival - I spotted a notice board with newspaper cuttings stuck on it, but I am sure most people wouldn't see it.
Every year in January, a million Hindu pilgrims visit the Batu Caves during the 3 day festival. Just see the photos I took of the newspaper article - you would think those skewers through their cheeks or tongues and those fish hooks would hurt!
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... for global success - we were transferred to a small motel on the outskirts of KL, as Andy and his family were headed to Penang to celebrate Chinese New Year with his family. The Sun Inns Hotel was a quaint 2.5 star hotel, clean and comfortable with the basic amenities, and seemed to cater mainly to a local crowd rather than international tourists. Dining needs were serviced by a number of local hawker outlets next door, which gave Harry his first taste of such ...
... informed us, not a good start and it got worse. Their names were Len and Tin. Tin used to have a Thai restaurant in Herne Bay, where of course she met Len. The evening became Len telling me about well about everything and anything and Tin telling Sylvia about her daughters and grandchildren, who they were off to visit in Bangkok. Later that evening I ordered a chicken sandwich, won't say anymore, well it was our last night in KL. Which unfortunately didn't end on a ...
... was pretty empty so everyone was confused. There was about 10 of us standing around each person. Everyone saying what should we do, someone help? We had to tell the security of the museum to ring an ambulance. The man had blood coming from his ear and mouth which was bubbling. Lauren and I realised he couldn't breathe as he was on his back so told someone to turn him over or he'd choke. No one wanted to move him for obvious reasons but we kept telling ...