Hotel Sri Petaling
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... I think it was monkey urine)... and we were lucky there weren't many tourist. What a horrible place... it was so bad I just can't understand how people can worship there and to the men wrapped in a sarong strutting around half naked!!!! no no noooo it was just all wrong on all levels. We didn't stay long, just enough to get some photos so we wouldn't forget!!! I didn't get a rabies shot before Ieft but I swear those monkeys looked potential carriers, I saw one bite ...
... on the 23<sup>rd</sup> floor. A roof top infinity pool looking out over KL was a nice way to end the afternoon and despite the fact that the kids didn’t like because it was 'salty’…we had great fun splashing around and cooling off. A quick change and off to explore a bit of the heart of KL. We headed to Bukit Bintang, which is the night life centre of KL. We didn’t have roaming ...
... she had me try was pretty cheap and a lot of street food, so it was awesome to try many different foods although we did not eat any Malay. From what I understand it is nearly the same as Indonesian. Only for this reason, I did not ask for too much more because I will have plenty of time in Indonesia to get my fix of Indonesian style food. It can sometimes be difficult to find good Indian food so when I do find it, I make sure to enjoy ...
... the focus of everyone's attention because there were also owls, hornbills, Nicobar pigeons, flamingos, parrots, vulturian parrots, emus, ostriches, many many other birds we don't recognize and even the very aggressive and out of place monkeys. We enjoyed the canopy of nets and local fauna as well as the beautiful waterfalls within the park. After the bird park we visited a free hibiscus and orchid garden. My mom and aunt would have been very jealous of ...
... bit of a whistlestop, the area just oozed with sleaze and I wasn’t too comfortable with it. As a safe bet myself, dad and Peter went to the only place we knew the food wouldn’t kill us, the Hilton hotel (I know, cultural right?!). After a quick meal and flag find we then shot back to the shuttle bus, I can’t say I’ll miss the city too much, it was a real reflection of the dirty and busy Thailand I had been warned about. Those who had gone to Bangkok said much ...