d'Garden Hotel

No. 45, Jalan Jejaka 5, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur : the developing city

A travel blog entry by peanutspoppy


... about the city and it's independence with an aspiration to keep the cities heritage alive. The vision of the cities future is also present in the gallery's ongoing city model which would certainly give the Model Village some inspiration! Next up was neighbouring Merdeka Square, where independence was declared in 1957. Old Tudor buildings edge this old cricket field including the Royal Selangor Club where I have just found out ... Only men are welcome!!! From ...

City Life

A travel blog entry by david-victoria


... and penance. Many worshippers were carrying Kavadi which is a physical burden in the shape of a pot of milk carried on their head, or a canopy carried on their shoulders. Considering there were 272 steep steps to reach the shrine this was no mean feat.

The smells, the noise and the crowds of people attending the festival hit all of our senses and an experience that will linger long in the memory.

Tomorrow we are heading up North to the Cameron Highlands.

We're all going to the zoo tomorrow!!

A travel blog entry by spicerrtw


... to go local for our evening meal. There is a bistro directly opposite the hotel called The Lighthouse. When we have looked before it has not been that busy but last night it was packed but we managed to get the last table for 2. We asked the waitress why it was so busy and she said it was the Fisherman's Night which is the first Friday of every month. These people (most of them retired) were all seafarers of some sort and met each month and got either a jug ...

Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by new_lands


... tea and get packed up for the road, it can be more tiring camping by the time you put the tent up and down and cook, clean etc. but it's my security and actually the way that I want to travel. The road down to Melacca is ups and down and wynds and straights but I end up taking the wrong road at one point and when I pulled in for my lunch stop of local 'Laksa' I was told I had to turn around as I was heading towards a military base which I wouldn't be allowed through. ...

Dubai without the sand.....

A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome


... for the desk selling your destination, then shop around all the desks, competition is high here, especially in KL, so you can get a good deal. My ticket to Tanah rata was 30 MYR, a five hour journey. Then to make it even more interesting the buses depart from the basement. So it might be a good idea to get to know your way around the bus station.

So one of the guest I spoke to first was pensioner from Scotland, spending the winter months travelling. ...

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This hotel, located on No. 45, Jalan Jejaka 5, Kuala Lumpur, is near Berjaya Times Square, Putrajaya Bridge, Jalan Petaling, and Canopy Walk.
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