Selesa Inn Hotel

285 - 287 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50100, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Nothing says Happy Valentines Day like free food!

A travel blog entry by charlyhurford

3

... man at immigration who decided that we were now best friends and travel partners. Yes, I am a girl travelling on my own... no I don't have nor do I need a boyfriend... Thanks but I'm perfectly capable of looking after myself! In the two immigration lines I had stood in at this point in my trip, the first going into Thailand in November, this was the second time I had attracted such attention and the second time I had to turn down an invitation to a strange man's house... Why do I ...

The Two Towers

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers

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... by interesting historical architecture (some of the more ostentatious buildings inspired by Moghul architecture) on all sides.

We then walked to the Islamic Arts Museum, a first-rate museum showcasing Islamic art from all over the world but focusing especially on Southeast Asia, India and China, areas of the Islamic world that are sometimes overlooked. The museum held four floors of beautiful art and treasures. Our favorite gallery might have ...

New country

A travel blog entry by djgoes

25

... as we were leaving. A very interesting experience. There are 272 steps up to the entrance of the cave and all participants chant, bring offerings of milk and incense, carry small children in slings and assist elders up the major stairway. It is a pilgrimage for lots of these folks and it felt a bit voyeuristic to be there and watching. I normally have a low expectations of large crowds but everyone was peaceful and respectful to all. Refreshing from ...

Botancial gardens

A travel blog entry by janerob55

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... proceeded to walk to the KL tower where at the base we hopped into a bus which even though it was full could not leave till 6 pm. Having walked around the parks and streets throughout the day I was glad we took the bus up the road to the tower. At the tower we settled for the bridge level on the 41st floor. We could have gone to the 64th open observation deck but decided against it. It was great walking around the bridge as you get a full 360 view of the ...

Day 61

A travel blog entry by louise-jack

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... henna tattoos. We then headed back into China Town to the market on Petaling street which literally sells everything from fake handbags and watches and perfume and souvenirs. Pretty funny walking though it all and seeing them trying to get you to buy something. After we walked through more of Chinatown past various temples and a really nice little pottery shop. By then we were worn out and we headed back to the guesthouse. In the evening, we went ...

Location

This hotel, located on 285 - 287 Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur, is near Menara Telekom Tower, Islamic Arts Museum, Taman Tasik Perdana, and Police Museum.
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