Hotel Sri Petaling
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... ranks right up there with Laos as a 'must go to' if you are ever in the area.
But I'll finish where we started and where we are about to leave now. Malaysia has many attractions even if it doesn't quite have some of the scenery of the other places mentioned. The crystal clear waters of the Perhentian islands, like swimming in a Harrods tropical fish tank, Georgetown, Penang, well worthy of heritage status, Pangkor island where only the Malay seem to go ...
... we head off to Chinatown. Somehow the date seems to have slipped the mind of the Chinese; just like yesterday, no celebrations, just sell, sell, sell - counterfeit, counterfeit, counterfeit. It's a 5am taxi tomorrow, so dinner in yet another Jalan Ator Thai eatery, before a reasonable early night. Friday morning, 4am the alarm goes off. How cruel is that? Checkout, and we are presented with a little breakfast box each. Into the taxi, and off to the airport. Farewell ...
... nowhere. We found two other groups that were also looking for the temple and decided to see if our collective powers could reveal the elusive temple - they couldn't - we found the cemetery, university, palace but no temple. We wandered around and around and eventually realised that the two groups were looking for different land marks. Hot and bothered, we surrendered and eventually walked the half hour to Chinatown to console ourselves with ...
... room was unoccupied anyway, he made us pay for half a nights stay. We were a bit annoyed as the room was a bit dearer than what we were used to but we were so tired we really didn't have any other option. Starting a day of sightseeing that early when you've not got the energy would have just been a waste of a day. We agreed on a 90 minute power nap... 3 hours later "Gemma! Get up! We've overslept!" In a sleepy haze I asked Gemma if she wanted to sleep a bit longer.. ...
Sleeping in dorms can sometimes be noisy experiences. Last night, the snoring orchestra had me awake really early.
Undeterred, I got up early in order to explore Kuala Lumpar. The first thing to note is that in the same street outside the hostel, there was a huge Sikh temple right opposite a Buddhist temple. It seems that all the major religions cohabit this very modern city.
Last night, coming in on the ...