Smile Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSmile Boutique Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Loved the stay at the smile hotel. Staff were great and went out of their way to help us. Room was basic but good for the money we paid (£6) - only location could be better
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... checked out the "best roof top bar in KL" - great fun and ended up staying until pretty late...nice to be able to stroll one floor down to our room (not sure our poor roomie enjoyed our arrival at 3am though...). Today has been a walking tour of pretty much everything in the city. We started off in the direction of the Petronas towers, the tallest twin towers in the world after 9/11 happened. So nice to be back in the warmth of +30°C and sunshine ...
... and for some unknown reason then dropping off your bag, we were all gathered to watch a safety video. To make it interesting and different they decided to rear project the video on to a wall of steam which you later walk through which was a cool touch. After this we jumped in the lift and headed up to the 41st floor (170m from the ground) and the location of the glass walkway between the towers. The lift on the way up was walled with large ...
... out of the plans for more time in Myanmar. We decided 10 days in Myanmar would be sufficient for what we want to see there. Also, during the two days we paid visit to China town, and the KWC fashion mall where Breanne picked up two baggy Asian pants. However, most of our time was spent at our luxurious hostel, BackHome which we stayed in a dorm room that housed queen sized beds. For the price of 80rm($27)/night, this was by far the nicest hostel we have stayed at ...
... of my way. I managed to get a cheap ticket for the weekend and it also meant that I could meet up with Kirsty in her way back from New Zealand. All in all a good week planned.
My first night was very uneventful, some noodles at a restaurant just up the road that were super cheap and to bed. (The bed was amazing, I could have spent most of the week wrapped up in my big white duvet with the aircon blasting out cold, but that's not really the point ...
... card a bit of a workout!
KL isn't just about shopping though, we were even more excited about getting back to eating street food which we've not had much luck finding since leaving Thailand in January. Our guesthouse was just around the corner from probably the most famous street food market in KL, Jalan Alor, so that was our dinner destination for the next three nights where we indulged in satay, noodles, malaysian carrot cake (not the same as carrot cake at home) and plenty ...