Vistana Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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... room than a public service. We then jumped in a cab and headed back to Melaka Sentral where we spotted, to my amazement, a humoungous Tesco of all things!
This was something I'd noticed pretty early on in my trip, that Malaysia (well, certainly where we had been so far) was very modern and somewhat Westernised in many respects which jarred often with it's traditional image. Although most women wore headscarves and dressed conservatively, a lot ...
... knew no journalist would video Mao and ask "who the heck IS this guy??" into the camera, so they let me go after making me delete the poor old lady being assaulted.
Last night I arrived in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and today I went wandering around. It was quite uneventful up until I passed a full set of male organs on the street. It wasnt a deserted street either but most people seemed to be staring in a different direction, chatting away. It was unlucky for me ...
... was lovely - fish cooked in banana leaves and more fab curry. On our walk over to the Towers we got caught in another downpour and had to wait it out in a bus stop this time. When we finally made it we had a wander round the designer mall for a little while before heading over to check in! This was sooo much better organised than the Shanghai World Financial Centre. We showed up for our scheduled slot and then were ushered up to the Skybridge on the 43rd floor in ...
... map of the routes. You get blue tokens now when you pay which you have to touch against the pad on the turnstile- a bit like what you do with an oyster card thing. We were a bit nonplussed on day one as to how to get through with this blue token thing but soon sorted it out and we are becoming pretty proficient now. It’s worth the 20p fare just to watch Tom & Jerry in the airconned carriage. Tom and Jerry the cartoon that ...
... is about £10/$16 so pretty good for the location. Definitely the best hostel we have stayed at to date so a strong recommendation for anyone wanting somewhere to stay in KL.
6) Funny & Unusual Stories
The iPhone Incident
We thought it was the end of the iPhone saga when it was left at Gorak Shep (over 5000m above sea level). We were wrong...
The story goes something like this. We were sat outside a cafe near Chinatown working on our blogs ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services