The Malaysia Hotel

67-69, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 55100, Malaysia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur

Nana's Friday Adventure Prt. 4

A travel blog entry by nana.koranteng


... Watch Asia Pacific). After the presentation we were able to have lunch with the staff at IWRAW including their executive director. It was so cool and uplifting to be around so many motivated and strong women, all activists in their own right, Most of IWRAW's work surrounds CEDAW implementation and this very international group of women had a lot to say about their lived experiences and issues with current CEDAW ...

Kuala Lumpur

A travel blog entry by mcstorey

... Perinaise you offer me. Dan had booked a haircut for 4pm which timed perfectly with Connor and Charlotte finishing their romantic lunch. Next stop was Petaling Street, Chinatown. Rothman dropped us at one end, directing us to row upon row of stalls selling fake designer gear. From moody Mulberry bags to knock-off Nike trainers and shnidey sunglasses, they sold it all, and at ridiculously cheap prices in many cases. After a ...

Off the beaten track - didn't quite make it!!!

A travel blog entry by bonniewag


... We made many new friends whilst sitting on the plane in Penang, whilst they re-fueled it. One even teaching the kids some Chinese and treating them to lolly snakes. We managed to ring Australia to try and get a message to Scott, Paul's brother, who was waiting to meet us at Ho Chi Minh airport.

We were finally flown back to Kuala Lumpur, only to spend the next 2 hours trying to find out what AirAsia were going to ...

Malaysia - rain forests, orang-utans and tea!

A travel blog entry by lisaptraveller


... was Batu Caves and the huge golden statue guarding the entrance. It is safe to say it lived up to its legend. It is incredible. The walk up the 272 steps is a different story altogether.   After KL, a mix of modern vs old, we headed for Taman Negara; the worlds oldest rainforest. We stayed here for three nights on an organised trip, which was nice but in hind sight it would be a lot cheaper and not too much more difficult to arrange your own itinerary once ...


A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour


... Big thrill, our room on 11th floor gave a front row view of it. Traders is another posh high rise with a sky bar on the 33rd floor so a bit of a shorty compared to the Lebua in Bangkok, and suffered a bit in comparison in other ways.. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but we were so spoiled there.

Breakfast is a truly international affair with 5 different cultural early starts on offer. It's brash, brisk and good once ...

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This hotel, located on 67-69, Kuala Lumpur, is near Bukit Bintang, Little India - Kuala Lumpur, LaZat Malaysian Cooking Class, and National Museum.
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