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Travel Blogs from Subang Jaya
... National Mosque. Inside the mosque we had to remove our shoes and wear a burqa. Every Friday the Muslims, including the king, go to the mosk and pray from 12-2.30pm, meaning everyone else gets a two and a half hour lunch break. Think we could all do with a break that length on Fridays! Another strange comment was when the taxi driver told us about the weather. He said it is 30-33degrees everyday and rains for an hour between 3-5pm. Funnily enough 3.30pm ...
... it truly is an inspiring view, especially in front of the building where they have built a fountain and a park. Our arrival was also fortunate enough to coincide with a fountain light show, which wowed the kids (... and big kids) in attendance and was a nice way to cap off an eventful day.
Our first full day in KL was spent at the Genting Highlands which had been recommended by a malaysian colleague of Ross'. Situated just an hour outside of KL it's a popular weekend ...
... like we have been away for a really long time yet on the other it feels like it has gone by so quickly. By lunch time the rain had stopped so we ventured out and went for lunch down by the beach. Then we went for another ride on the bike, riding around aimlessly. Something about being on the bike that we both enjoy is the sense of freedom it gives us. We can go where we want and when we want, no dealing with taxis that always try to rip you off, either by not putting ...
... used! It was good to just not be in a hotel and actually have personal space. The view was also nice, you could see the whole city pretty much and also the petronas towers that were impressive at night especially. Bukit bintang was the area we were staying in and it was on another level! There were 16 shopping malls all together so we obviously had to go and have a look! We gave ourselves a budget each and just blew it buying new clothes, shoes and another nandos oops! We really ...
... really possible. 1) to apply for a Myanmar Visiting Visa, you need a travel plan - so there goes my opportunity for absolute culture shock and unknowing. Some might say I could lie, just to get the visa. But I hate lying. It really really stresses me out. And then I will feel obligated to fulfill what I said. 2) I can't find any hostels on-line, so it looks like I am going to have to book into a hotel.
Next step. Lonely Plant... *shudder*
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