Subang Airport Hotel
Travel Blogs from Subang Jaya
... road where there was a lot of road works going on building new MRT stations. Found the nearby LRT station (monorail) but kept going as i was specifically looking for the famous Jalan Alor street where the whole street is food stalls, my cup of tea! After a short walk I found Jalan Alor and it was just like I imagined it to be, completely full of stalls selling food, stall after stall after stall – was foodie heaven – better then any hawker centre I’ve ever been ...
... Frozen, but it was every bit as painful as I'd predicted. Also Ive just realised while writing this that if the music kept me awake the first night then the entire hostel must have been able to hear me screeching "do you want to build a snow man" at 3am. Wonderful. Moving swiftly on...after traipsing around China Town till 6 in the morning looking for a non existent mcdonalds we got to bed ready for our flight to Indonesia! ❤️ Kuala ...
... 50 ringgit and Australian dollar, no I don't want to pay you Australian dollar , your not a taxi and I can't believe you've just wasted my precious time!'
Running, running, running, sweating, sweating, sweating, ducking around the car park barrier to the surprise of the attendant trying to find my way back in. I jump into a lift, the man remarking 'very hot, very hot' and as the door closes behind us I see only car park options. I mutter to him how I'm going to miss my ...
... The Royal palace cost over half a billion MYR to build and it's massive but there is also an undercurrent of resentment of such excess when there are so many poor and it's a developing nation.
Malaysia has 14 states, 9 are run by " sultans" that literally rotate leadership every 5 years in a closed non democratic process. The other 5 states are based on a democratic process, or as close as possible based on the fact the country does not have ...
Early start this morning heading off to Singapore Zoo for Breakfast with the Orangutans. . As with everything else in Singapore it was well organised and spotlessly clean. Looking cool in our bright green ponchos, hastily purchased as the torrential rain set in for a few hours. Fortunately, the storm was soon over and we were able to ...
Other places to stay in Subang Jaya
Jalan SS12/1, Subang Jaya | 3 star hotelfrom $83
No 9 Jalan SS12/1, Subang Jaya | 3 star hotelfrom $71
Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1, Subang Jaya | Hotelfrom $61
Jalan SS16 / 1, Subang Jaya | 4 star hotelfrom $78
The Boardwalk, No. 2 Jalan Taylor's, Subang Jaya | Hotelfrom $51