The Krystal Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Krystal Suites Bayan Lepas
What a horrible hotel!! It was soooo dirty, I put towels on the sheets, there were hairs everywhere and it was just disgusting. I didn't even shower.
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Today was the day, the day I would leave the resort and continue my journey inland. To end this relaxing part of the trip I went up the Cable Car of Langkawi. Like a skilift without all the snow ;) It went up higher and higher and higher and higher until it reached the middle platform. Here you could see all the mountains in Langkawi and just …
Life is hard! So much to do and so little time to do it in.
It's only lunchtime and already today there's been time for an early morning swim followed by a late breakfast and then an hour and a half of foot massaging! We're just worn out from all this activity!
Went across the road from the hotel to a little massage ...
... friends would fall about laughing.
But it is time to eat and after wandering around we find ourselves in little India once more. There is nothing for it but to go for Biryani the return. We find the restaurant and order 2 mutton biryani and chapattis. But this wasn't straightforward there was no mutton left, so chicken it was. The chapattis were the best we have ever had, and the biryani fragrant and delicious.
A tremendous way to round off the ...
... back to Ada's apartment for our final night in Kuala Lumpur, a vibrant and progressive city and one we liked very much.
On Monday morning, the alarm sounded at 6 and we were packed and on our way by 7. We had 9:30 bus to catch for Penang. Arriving at the train station from where the bus departed in plenty of time, the bus was a double-decker, luxurious and really wonderful
The ride was about five hours on a multi-lane highway equal to any ...
... enough, the city sprang to life on February 2. We used this day to really explore the city, starting with the colonial government buildings and Fort Cornwallis. Penang has a much shorter history than Melaka. The British discovered the uninhabited island in 1786, and made it their first settlement in Southeast Asia, turning it into a thriving port on the Straits of Malacca. (The British focus on developing Penang led directly to the decline of Melaka as an influential ...