15 July 2009

Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Don't mind, some of the pics are not very focused, due to the fact they were not taken by me, as well as they were taken in a rush due to the lack of time. Enjoy the pics!

In the Super VIP Coach by Transtar.

Personal TV.

What I was impressed was the fact they served lunch, as well as not one, but TWO service crew, dressed like "cabin crew", were on standby to serve passengers.

Excellent service! Kudos to Transtar!

After a long and boring bus ride, we finally arrived at Berjaya Times Square KL!

Picture taken in my suite

View from my room

Swimming pool area

Big Apple Restaurant at the Berjaya Times Square Hotel

The Cosmo's World Theme Park, an indoor theme park at Berjaya Times Square

Dinner at Sushi King

We all wondered what this is

Touted as one of the best Doughnuts in the world, Krispy Kreme is now in KL!
Shopping at Bukit Bintang

Pavillion, a new high-end shopping mall, something like the Paragon of Singapore, but bigger and more luxurious.

Gucci, Coach, Marc Jacobs, Prada, Chanel... the list goes on...

Irene getting herself comfortable while we shopped!

Lunch at KLCC

The highly recommended Madam Kwan's.

Everything on the menu looks yummylicious!


The super expensive prawns, I cannot remember exactly how much it cost, but I remember there were only half a dozen prawns.

Our dinner at Madam Kwan's cost us close to RM$200for just 4 of us.

Malaysia's Ed Hardy has also opened in KLCC.

Outside KLCC

Various angles of the Twin Towers

Clubbing at night!

A visit to Cosmo's Theme Park again.

Carts Express

Didn't get to visit the Haunted Chambers as it was closed that night. Boring...

Giant corn

Bumper Car! We had hell of a good time here as the group of 12 of us had the luxury of having 10 mins to ourselves.

The roller coaster in Cosmo's Theme Park

Dinner at Kafe Rasa Utara

Wanted to dine at Johnny's but it was full

More view from my hotel room

Wendy's fast food. Too bad we don't have it here in Singapore. The first time I had Wendy's was when I was in Manila, Philippines.

HUGE lollypops.

The meal on the way back from KL to Singapore wasn't as good as the one provided from Singapore to KL.

I miss KL already!

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Jayce said...

Nice post. I am going there too next month. Looks like got lot of things to play. ^_^

Marc said...

Jayce, thanks! Enjoy your trip!