Sun Inns Ipoh
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Inns Ipoh
rooms not too good, old building, old used towles
The guy is cool , he presents you the city and gives you advices for visiting.
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... and one big plate of noodles with another sort of sauce... and it was pretty nice actually! We also shared 1 iced lemon and honey drink (which was HORRIBLE) and 1 iced sugar cane juice which was nice. Ain't no Coke or Sprite over here. We weren't bothered about all the risk taking when it came to pay the bill: 12 Ringgit (£2.17). BOOM. It was official, we had just had our cheapest meals in Asia.
The following day it was like the town had come alive. It ...
Today we went down for breakfast with apprehension, but were met by a very apologetic restaurant manager. He then introduced us to the General Manager who apologized even more profusely. They were good to their word as breakfast arrived very promptly. We also had an interesting chat with the restaurant manager who had worked for 9 years in England. Overall the staff at the hotel have been really helpful.
The hotel arranged a taxi at ...
... of what to do and little research. Just an idea of what countries and a few city names that we wanted to see. A couple months later and we have done it all and then some! We have learnt that the world actually isn't that big of a scary place and travelling can be easily accomplished. it's really nice to be in a small town atmosphere listening to nature and the bugs rattle. Although my ears do really hurt now the sound is so loud. Ear ...
Too excited and impatient to start our adventure we decided not to spend too much time in busy and crowded cyber-city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. We finished some practical errands, checked out the Petronas Twin Towers, the must see destination in KL, and snacked on the classic Malay tiffin: roti canai, unleavened bread and curry, and teh tarik, tea ...
... Most of the rooms cost normally around RM 40 per night but on Fridays and Saturday they charged around RM 80 which we founded ridiculous because none of the rooms we managed to see was anything special.
We ended up in a place called Twin Pines where they offered us quite a clean double room for RM 60 per night. We liked the fact that they maintain the same prices all the week. Once we had a shower we went out to have lunch. Gonzalo desperately wanted to eat pizza so ...