Seri Pengantin Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So we left Pt Klang and started heading down the freeway and as the batteries in Skippy had been flat, we had to do a bit of driving to charge them. We were motoring along when all of a sudden Des slammed on the brakes and yelled something unintelligible and everything in the cabin went flying, all I could hear was "bang, bang, bang" as we hit the first speed hump on the highway, then the second and came down crashing onto the road. "What ...
We were up and packed pretty early, left our bags at the front desk and wandered out. It was disappointing how much construction was underway on Bukit Bintang and surrounds. Strangely we found a french restaurant and had a really nice breakfast and fantastic coffee from a - of course - french press.
... arrived across the river and the Mutiara, and put our luggage into a luggage trolley that was winched up the very steep hill. Not so lucky for us, we had to take the stairs :)
We checked in and were shown our rooms, which were our own guest chalet- very cute, included a nice little porch, very nice washroom and large A frame rattan roof. Lovely little place!
After freshening up, we walked up to the park ranger building ...
... however manage to find a really nice guesthouse that was just a short walk away. The staff here are really nice and helpful. Time was getting on so we decided to head out for dinner. There are mostly Indians living here, so that is what we had for dinner. It was a delicious traditional indian meal served on a banana leaf. We ordered to much but did manage to finish it after a struggle. That night we headed back really tired after being up so early and all of the travelling. Night ...
... famous hawker street for some of the renowned pork wonton noodle soup. This fuelled me to walk the rest of the city blocks to the KLCC mall found inside the twin towers. I first saw them from behind and was wowed. So I then walked through the mall and out the other side but didn't look back until I had reached the end of the fountains. The view from the front was unreal. Their height, symmetry and the even more impressive sky bridge was so impressive. I took too many photos ...