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

Day 208 Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by elliotgamble


... and I can never cross the road without following a local so it is safe. Despite the road we made it to the towers in one piece. They were very impressive. Extremely tall with a really good look. The metal on the building and the frame just looks fantastic. While taking photos of the tower we bumped into Erica; our friend from Whitsunday and Cairns. It is amazing how small the travelling world is. She was staying at the ...

Watching cars going round in circles

A travel blog entry by elgraham10


... museum which we went for a look at. The museum was OK, quite good as Asian museums seem to go. After we thought we would head into town for some food again. The rain however had other ideas and we got soaked just crossing the 3 metres to the cafe. Rain in K.L. is ridiculous, everyday at about the same time, it comes down with amazing force. Not something you can go out in really even armed with raincoats and unbrelllas as we were. It does have the benefit ...

The bad, the ugly and the GOOD!

A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda


... the noise that Fraser was making at 11am in the morning with such tools as drills that were being used - god knows why - to fix things on her personal property which was not even a part of the project while she, meanwhile, nursed her hangover in bed! Not surprisingly, Fraser had had enough very quickly. For some reason, despite early signs of insanity such as her placing a dead cat wrapped in a blanket on the doorstep for everybody to say goodbye to, I didn't want to ...

Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur V

A travel blog entry by daveandjenna


... Jamek. This time, we managed to get through the gates. Built in 1907, the Mosque is a Haven in the middle of a very busy part of KL. The Mosque was beautiful; immaculate symmetrical prayer rooms provide welcome shade from the sun for Muslims to pray, and the attention to detail was amazing. While it's certainly no Shah Alam or Masjid Negara, it was certainly worth taking the time to visit. Jenna got to wear another hajib and spent the entire ...

Crazy Indians celebrate Thaipusam

A travel blog entry by colochisima


... but the largest festival takes place in the Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur. For this multi-day religious festival, hundreds of thousands of Hindus gather together inside the Temple Cave to thank their deities for answered prayers. Thaipusam is the culmination of a month of prayers and other ritual preparations, such as a vegetarian diet, no sex or sleeping on hard floors. Day and night, people flock to the Batu Caves and climb the 272 steps to the temple.



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