Lives in malaysia
Since Jan 2006
50-64 year old male
The older generation, Australian..Do not spend much time there now.Probaly places just as good elsewhere in the world. But I love Asia. The people, the food, the culture and the scenery. I love Cambodia and find the people the nicest in Asia. Any questions just ask and I g=have friends, who have tuk tuk in Phnom Penh and Seam Reap.
Sacred & Religious Sites, Caverns & Caves
Observation Decks & Towers
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Monuments & Statues
Neighbourhoods, Flea & Street Markets
Price is good, position is great.3 minutes walk and you are in the middle of Bukit Bintang.\15 nutes to Chianatown. 10 minutes to Puda Raya bus dstation.Busses from here go all over Malaysia and also interstate. Get the VIP busses, only 3 seats across and very cheap.
Not really hard to get to Monorail is good way and is really good Indian Vegetarian.This is a very busy restaurant and the food tends to be spicy. Make sure you say if you do not want too spicy
One of the must go tourist trips.And again wear verycoolest clothes you have. In case you decisede to climb the stairs.
Apart from the view it has a good restaurant.Also souveneirs stc
This is a nistoric reminder of the British times. Beautifully maintained buildings. Plenty of pictures to take hers.
All the colours of the rainbow. If yew stand still not unusual to have butterflies land on you
Malaysia has had a varied history and this is well maintained and well presented.
This is in the KLCC and has something for all ages.
Hard to give a description but just say go and see.
This used to be the mainstaion for KL, but with the increasing number of trains and people it was retired. Trains do dtill go through and stp here. But the attraction is the building itself.
great for the sherlock Holmes followers.goes way back to British days.
Very close to Bukit Bintang. 16 minutes walk.Really old buildings and poley hotels and lots to eat.
This is a well laid out market both in and outside. Inside is air conditioned and plent of sellers and a liitle different to Chinatown. Outside stalls also.
Just about 10 minutes walk from Chinatown ..upstairs and aircon. Owner is generally always there. Food great. Has his own farm and has his own lamb.
This is authentic Indian. Time has taken a little toll on some of the exhibots here But nnot on the service. A valet to welcome you in gthe carpark and it gets better,Comfortable seating and sometimes music. Good englis spoken here.Seek help with the menu. This is disfferent to many as the menus spans a plthora of food. Some some expensive, but If you combine, quality, service, decor???
This is only a few years old. Basically circular. Big wide walkways and has something for everyone.
This was a very well planned government centre a billion or more ringitt spen on this virtual city. All the buildings are different and an attempt has been made to copy different bridges from around the world over the lake.