The 5 Elements Hotel

Address: Lot 243, Jalan Sultan (Chinatown), Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lot 243, Jalan Sultan (Chinatown), Kuala Lumpur, is near Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Ampang, Dayabumi Complex, and Agricultural Park.
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      A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Feb 27, 2015

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      ... and only had a few stops on there! We had a brilliant day in KL and it is why we love the city! Our final day in KL and we chose to not wake up as early as the previous day! Colm's cold had seemed to get worse so we needed to find a Watsons pharmacy to stock up on some remedies. We decided we would go to the Perdana Botanical Gardens as it looked quite close to KL Sentral. Well we were wrong or just completely having a dumb moment. We could not figure out the way there ...

      Bright lights, big city

      A travel blog entry by timandvikki on Jan 17, 2015

      ... drove by the Petronis Towers (now the tallest twin towers in the world) and the KL Needle, a massive communications tower that dominates the Kuala Lumpur skyline. We then had to make our way home, being regaled along the way by our informative guide, Mr. Nadeson. A very rush-rush trip to a very large and interesting city. Once back to the ship we were faced with the fun task of packing up and preparing to disembark in the morning, the last of 6 weeks of cruising coming ...

      Shaken, not stirred

      A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Jan 11, 2015


      ... instead of an aftershock then. We found this out from an Australian at the airport while waiting for our delayed plane. Our very delayed plane. But even before the delay there was a typical Filipino problem. We arrived at the airport with practically no money knowing we had to pay a terminal fee of 8 each. No problem, there's always an ATM. And there was. And at 5am it swallowed the cash card and didn't spit it back out for what seemed like at least five minutes. Without the cash ...

      A Start To Another Pilgrimage

      A travel blog entry by venoth on Oct 12, 2014

      It has been some time now since I blogged about my travels, perhaps more than two years now and I definitely have lots to catch up on. At some point in time, I was thinking of giving this up due to my workload but I have a loyal group of followers who have incessantly written to me and coaxed me to get back into writing again.

      With that, before going into my previous travels, I am ...

      Going Balik Kampung in Malaysia

      A travel blog entry by jakepaul on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... see the twin towers from pretty much everywhere you go in KL. On a clear day anyway. KL and the surrounding areas have a real problem with air pollution, caused by controlled forest fires in Indonesia. However, it's rather ironic as the fires are the work of large Malaysian companies who are clearing the land for their own commercial purposes. It must be causing a big impact on health in the country.

      During my time in KL I had one other memorable ...