Hotel Sri Petaling
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... people waiting on an elevator. Several times our elevator was crowded and
one time the warning light came on and flashed repeatedly ‘overloaded’ until a
man told the last person to get in to go out and come back in again slowly and
the light went off and the overcrowded elevator ascended!! We tried to squeeze
our pram on the escalator every time after that.
On our last day in KL and Malaysia, we visited Batu caves.
Indi got to chase pigeons with ...
... the tourist boat+minivan combo), and yes there are impressive. They look over the city like two big eyes and instantly served as a point of reference to navigate to Chinatown, where we decided we would shop around for accommodation. Why Chinatown you must be thinking? It is true that given our history, this area doesn't sound like a logical choice and I would be more than happy to not have to put up with their rude manners and noise pollution but ...
... but to my knowledge we next went t the national Museum. Someone who's going on 20 probably wouldn't normally say "woop yeah - a museum!" and I'd probably still pick a pint - or 6 - over it had I still been in the UK but this was pretty awesome. Beyond that my time touring the city , seeing the palace and the monuments was pretty cool! Watch this space as more will be coming as I venture and ...
... Very sore necks from looking up at them and very sweaty from the walk we hunted down some cold coffees and AC. And Mr Starbucks obliged. With time against us we walked through a very busy Indian market in little India funnily enough before viewing some impressive colonial buildings at Merdeka square. Feeling we had made a decent effort at taking in the basic sights of KL we headed to the train station to take us back to Klang in order to get ...
... at night, and REALLY froze at the
summit where it was close to 0 degrees!
I have stroked
a number of things off my wish list, and have added at least as many to the
list for “next time”, and I’ve only made it to Malaysian Borneo! One piece of advice I’m very glad I followed
was to not over plan and pre- book flights ...