V Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsV Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Clean comfortable and friendly staff. The hotel is very close to the metro line making it great for transport links.
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Me Christian and the German chick all headed on a Temple treck of the city, we started by going to the Guan Di temple, it was a Chinese temple (one of the oldest in KL). This is where the legendary 59kg copper Guan Dao (Chinese pole weapon) is located. Many have been continuously swarming this temple as they believed that the sword possesses a special power to bless and protect a person if he/she touches ...
... be a struggle. This was an eye-opener for future bus journeys - be prepared, or prepare to have an empty stomach and hope you have strong pelvic muscles.
Golden rule of bus journeys: pick your partner wisely. Do your best to sit next to someone slim who respects personal space and understands stranger boundaries. If your bus buddy looks like he/she will make the journey uncomfortable don't sleep. Don't let slumber take over, you might wake up ...
... T shirt (World Cup Edition - Holland "cos they're still in it"). A swim in the hotel (chemical) pool has left Rans looking like one of the Others from Game Of Thrones, and a tom yum soup I had this evening had the same effect on me.
We are aware we are just at the beginning of a very special time in all our lives.
Den - Kuala Lumpur
... lick our wounds, pack, have a long breakfast and say goodbye to the people we had met at the hostel. Everything in the morning took me ages. Just getting up and sitting down took me a long time with all my aches and pains. The bus was on time and it drove us to the bus station where we then waited for another bus. This bus would be taking us all the way to KL. The bus ...
... so it's not a lot to not get back . I tried another machine and it didn't work again but my my RM10 note was retuned to me this time. So I went back and got the customer service lady to put money onto my card. I should've gone there in the first place rather than trying the machine. When I got back to Masjid Jamek I commenced exploring the heritage sights of Kuala Lumpur on. As I was wearing shorts I had to don a robe to walk around the Masik Jamek mosque. The ...