Summit Hotel Subang USJ
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... this second time around in Kuala Lumpur was different to the first time, this area was more lively with lots of shops and restaurants in close proximity to my hotel. The hotel I had chosen was just off the main road so that I could avoid the noise of the main road and the nightclub's and bars located nearby. Let’s just say that I couldn't have been more wrong about this hotel – from the moment I checked-in it was problem after problem! The first room they gave me ...
... more than usual...which is already a worrying amount. We thought it was best to do another hop on hop off bus tour to avoid all the confusion. There we were dicing with death and sitting on the railings, it was all fun and games until we got punched in the face by a low hanging branch. Ouch! We made our way from China Town to the Petronas Towers, did a bit of shopping where I spent a weeks budget on a pair of flip flops (prudent, I know). After ...
... that 50 saved from the last trip as I don't have time to get to currency exchange. I look at the taxi signs trying to decide which to follow as he sure doesn't look trustworthy, I head left and don't trust what I see ahead of me - yet another jungle of escalators and head back to the dodgy guy - 40 ringgit? We go fast? Ok ok he assures me as we head to the Car park (not out front where taxis park) and I watch frantically as he fiddles in his pocket to find coins before slowly ...
... these studying I was mostly staying in and cooking my own food. I have mastered the skill of cooking only using microwave. Scrambled eggs with spinach is now my signature breakfast option. Also I have totally mastered the skill of making food when the fridge is pretty much empty. For the first time this year my weight has dropped in the 50s (well, 59.7 was the best I got to). I'm very proud of myself and I'm enjoying being ...
... vendor knowing it would be cheap. We sat down and just ordered what we wanted not even looking at a menu. It was a cool street market road but little did me and Sarah know we were in a 'tourist trap'. People came here for the typical street food experience and the locals charged ridiculous money for it. We ended up getting very little dodgy food and paying nearly double than what we were paying for a lovely restaurant in Bali. This annoyed us to the max but we ...