Subang Airport Hotel
Travel Blogs from Subang Jaya
... and the windows were splattered by rain drops, but the view gave an initial impression of a neat, modern city below. Even from the train, I was struck the amount of construction works that were evident; it was almost impossible to look up or down without seeing a crane. On my endless walk to reach immigration at the airport, I encountered a large group of men sitting on the floor, seemingly corralled into a corner. Their appearance was of either Indian or ...
... to Oz. They did offer their tour guide services when we got to Melbourne at the beginning of January though and were really nice so I'm sure well take them up on their offer! The music was really good in the bar but it wasn't very busy. We ended up playing a couple of games of pool and drinks and left Ellie and Jess to their second night out! I'd say it was an early night for us but we didn't get home until 1am, knowing we had another journey tomorrow we sensibly went to bed for ...
... Vi in Taiwan. I have decided to a “Treat Yo Self” day at a five star hotel with all the spa amenities one could ever want when I land. It’s needed as I have spent the last 10 nights in some pretty rustic accommodations that consisted of only a mattress, a mosquito net, and an outdoor bathroom shared with 3 other Aussies who still can’t remove the zinc off their faces from a life time spent in the water!
... just so lovely to sit outside and drink and be warm!! The leadership team from school joined us which was nice so we got to see them a little more. Al l the newbies seem really friendly and embracing of experiences ahead of us so that’s really reassuring. We are already plotting a long weekend in Singapore for the first long weekend we have.
Today the car hunt starts...well, it started yesterday for me actually. I went ...
... returned from Bangkok in the evening with a new passport, and we ran into two of our Kellogg friends who happened to be staying in the same hotel. While I didn't see much of it, I did like the city of KL itself: of everywhere we visited it was the cleanest and most organized (some might say "westernized", but you would never confuse it for the US or Europe). It definitely doesn't feel like the rest of SE Asia, but on a long trip that can be a nice change of ...
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Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1, Subang Jaya | Hotelfrom $61
Jalan SS16 / 1, Subang Jaya | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Taylor's University Lakeside Campus, The Boardwalk, Subang Jaya | Hotelfrom $51