Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Resting Between Travel Days

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The flight from Clark in the Philippines to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia was one of the most turbulent we’ve ever had!  Other than that, it was pretty uneventful.  We arrived in the city we know and love in the afternoon, took the bus into town, then the metro train to the area we stay in, Bukit Bintang.  Also known as the shopping & finance district.  Here you’ll find great nightlife, skyscrapers, delicious food and many malls and markets.  We checked into our usual hotel, Pondok Lodge and made our way to our favourite little Arabic/Indian restaurant, KC Corner.  They serve some of the best food (roti channi, naan breads, many types of curries, byriani, fried chicken and other noodle and rice dishes), at a very low cost.

so many delicious curries to choose from

 

fried chicken at KC Corner

 

delicious tandoori chicken at KC Corner

The next day was spent wandering around the streets, popping into the malls and electronic shops trying to decide if we should buy me a new laptop.  On our second to last day in the Philippines, I opened up my laptop only to discover that it had been sat on or stood on!  The screen was completely mangled and I can only see out of the bottom left corner of it.  In the end, we decided to wait to buy the computer once we’re settled somewhere for a while.  We enjoyed our downtime in Kuala Lumpur (as usual) and needed it after the last few days of travel.  After 2 days there, we were on our way to the airport, again!  This time we were heading to the bustling City of Hong Kong.

Nick waiting patiently for our flight to depart to Hong Kong

 

figuring out which plane to get on

 

passport is stamped, all ready to go…Hong Kong bound

 

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Resting Between Travel Days

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Nick Wharton

Nick is the co-founder, editor and author of Goats On The Road. He contributes to numerous other media sites regularly and shares his expert knowledge of travel, online entrepreneurship and blogging with the world whenever he can. He has been travelling and working abroad since 2008 and has more than 10 years of experience in online business, finance, travel and entrepreneurship.

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