Hotel Mexico

No.3, Jalan Thambapillay, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Eat, Drink, Sing - Final Thoughts from Beijing

A travel blog entry by lindsaypund


... who lives in San Jose knows, singing is a BIG part of this culture. Eat, drink, and sing: the motto for Chinese business by Benson Tang. And our last Chinese business pointer of the week: face. Showing face means respecting the other person. However, in China, respect looks a bit different than I am used to. For example, we were taught the “face-giving” etiquette of exchanging business cards. In this process, the person with ...

Kuala Lumpur: The skybar!

A travel blog entry by cramow

... up spending a couple of hours in the Skybar, making sure to take plenty of pictures of the views before heading back to the hotel. I was still pretty shattered from all the travelling today so was looking forward to a hopefully good night sleep! Overall a long but brilliant day. If someone had said 6 years ago when I didn't get into medical school the first time, that I would be finishing medical school celebrating in the Skybar in Kuala Lumpur I wouldn't have believed them...but here I am ...

Petronas Twin Towers & Batu Caves visit

A travel blog entry by laurenedwards

... than happy to see the grand architecture that is omnipresent in KL again. The towers are pretty spectacular, standing as the tallest in the world up until 2004, when of course Dubai had to build something bigger and better. They are used as offices for a petrol company, hence the name Petronas, and charge 80RM to go up them to the Sky bar. Admittedly, the views would have been staggering but would I prefer to spend that money on something else, definitely. ...

Goodbyes, Singapore and KL

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura


... now! It started to rain and by rain I mean absolutely smash it down and Amber and Nat had had enough so went back into the centre for a sit down. We went for some Indian sweets and coffee to escape the rain as the reliability of Kez's new rain mac was in question and Rania has got the most useless rain jacket ever without a hood. We did a bit more walking then gave up and made our way to the Suntec city mall to meet Amber and Nat for the night safari. This turned out to be a ...

Malaysian Grand Prix FP1 and FP2

A travel blog entry by lb12


... few air conditioned places at the track). The F1 Gamezone houses the merch and the F1 2013 game racing simulators. To play you have to spend more than RM135 (which isn't difficult to do or buy a F1 cap). The merchandise isn't reduced for the local residents. For example, a Red Bull Ricciardo cap is about $65. Shirts are over $100. Unless you want last year's McClaren stuff. It's discounted as Vodafone is no longer their sponsor nor does Perez race for them anymore. There's also ...


This hotel, located on No.3, Jalan Thambapillay, Kuala Lumpur, is near Menara Telekom Tower, Taman Tasik Perdana, Police Museum, and Asian Art Museum.
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