The Gardens Hotel & Residences-St Giles Grand Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gardens Hotel & Residences-St Giles Grand Hotel Kuala Lumpur
The single room we stayed in could easily accomodate 3. The rooms are cleaned everyday. The staff are quite congenial. The room is on the 18th floor and the view is fabulous all times of the day. Monorail, KLM Kommuter trains, flyovers, cars ...Most importantly since it is centrally located, it was easy to visit most of the tourist attractions using public transport. Plus the shopping mall in lower floors can keep you happy just staying here :)
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... my flight journey on Malaysian airlines; Auckland to Kuala Lumpur - 11hrs and 25mins. Slightly nerve racking flying with Malaysian airlines after the incidents of late. But the service was very great. It is so bizarre that announcements are made in Malaysian first and then English, but I suppose that is to be expected. Surprisingly, the time pasted rather fast. I forced myself to stay awake ...
... was about 5 hours and the time went quick enough with apps from my ipad to play with. I couldn't find my movies that I had downloaded on the ipad so was feeling a bit frustrated. Took off at 4 pm and arrived in KLIA2 terminal about 9:30. We negotiated the way through customs and onto the outside where we found a bus to take us to Concorde airport hotel. A 15minute drive and we were registered and into our rooms for our overnight ...
The mini buffet was really good! As long as they have the bread and butter pudding - no worries!
John wanted some ice cream, which was missing from the buffet, and our waitress Siti managed
... longer, trying to find the nice bits. But we didn't go to its islands because we'd just done the Thai islands. We didn't go to the Borneo portion of Malaysia as it's too far off our path. I'm sure there are parts of the country which would be amazing, and some Malaysian food hiding somewhere too. But the parts we did see did not inspire, amaze or excite. And so we are leaving and kind of happy about it! Now on to the ordeal ...
... the main building of KL Sentral. We bought two return tickets to the Batu Caves (RM 4 per person) and were ready to depart. We still had to wait for quite a long time before the train reached the platform (between 15 and 20 minutes). On the way to the Batu Caves we had to switch the train once. Since Batu Caves are situated roughly 13km from Kuala Lumpur it took us approx. 2 hours to get there. Nonetheless, we agreed that the site was worth the journey.
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