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Cuti-cuti Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

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Cuti-cuti Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

  1. 1. Cuti-cuti Malaysia Kuala LumpurHotels near Kuala Lumpur Sentral http://klsentral.org/hotels-near-kl-sentral/ Train Station.James asks…Kuala Lumpur?My family & I will be in Kuala Lumpur end-November for a week’s holiday. Can anyonesuggest to me what places of interest to visit? This is my 2nd trip. My 1st trip was 3 years ago.One more thing that I can’t figure out. Why taxi drivers some times don’t switch on their taximeters. If you take taxi from Sunway Pyramid, from Mines Shopping Fair to city centre, they askfor RM50. I’m sure if you go by the meter, it wouldn’t be that much. Another thing, some taxiare very reluctant to send us to the zoo. They said very far away. Surely that’s bad.Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Hi. Just wondering, where are u from?Im staying in KL, and yes, i agree with you about the taxis. THe problem is that there isnt agoverning body who regulates how they operate, ie whether or not they turn on their meters orwhether or not they discriminate among destinations.But the sad truth is, these taxis, especially from those areas which you’ve mentioned will mostlikely to have remained the same since your last visit. Places like sunway pyramid and themines are virtually “monopolised” by those groups of taxis.One reason for this is the unavailability of other modes of transportation. For example, in the 1/6
  2. 2. Mines area, there are no buses, the KTM (train) station is quite far away, and also few taxis areavailable.Another reason is that some places like Sunway have their “premier” taxi stations which onlyallow a certain groups of taxis to take customers from their shopping centres. For example,these “premier” taxis will charge you RM 30 to get to the KL city. So the taxis which arescrounging along the main streets (who are not premier taxis) will be asking for RM 25 becausethey know you have no choice!One way to overcome this is.. For example, if you were to go to Sunway again, instead of takinga cab all the way back to KL, take a cab to the Kelana Jaya LRT station. From there, you caneither take the LRT to KLCC (the Petronas Twin Towers, where you can shop some more :p)OR better still, take the free shuttle to One Utama shopping centre or to Ikano Power Centre,where Ikea is!Whereas for Mines, i have really no solution as that are is really lacking of other publictransportation. But one possible alternative is getting a cab to the Serdang KTM station. Bytrain, you can either go to KL Central, or to Midvalley Shopping Centre..And one thing to just keep in mind is that you confirm with the taxi driver that he’s gona chargeaccording to the meter, OR if he’s not going to, at least come to an understanding as to howmuch you will be paying BEFORE you even get into the taxi..As for other places to visit, what about Aquaria? Its situated within the KLCC convention centreitself, with lots of different kinds of sea creatures, as well as a tunnel within the pool which isquite impressive.Hope this helps, and more importantly, have a pleasant holiday!Richard asks… 2/6
  3. 3. What can we expect in Kuala Lumpur during the Ramadanseason?Please help us in planning our trip in Kuala Lumpur since it’s our first time to go there thiscoming week and I believe its already Ramadan. We’re not muslims but we’d like to spend ourvacation there in KL. Please give me some guidelines on food and places to go in this time ofyear. Thanks!Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Salam and welcome to KL (Kuala Lumpur), don’t be unduely worried. Business as usual,except Muslims are observing the fasting ritual from sunrise to sunset. You might want to join inthe fun along Jalan Masjid India and Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman (full of crowd, shopping,shopping what else). The McD, KFC or A&W the fast food chains are always open as usual.You could experience the local delicacies that you can get at bazaar Ramadan, ask your hotelreceptionist, they could point you to the nearset bazaar Ramadan which will normally sprung uparound 4 / 5 pm at many palaces in KL to cater for the Muslims to buy some food for theirbreaking fast around 7 pm. Even some hotel do cater for the breaking fast for the muslims(expensive though).For tourist places of attraction still operate as usual and you will not miss anything eventhough itis Ramadan while you are in KL. Hope this could enlighten you of what to expect during yourstay in KL and have a happy vacation. Good day.Donna asks… 3/6
  4. 4. What is the best way to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Singaporeand back?I would like to know th ebest way to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore and back to KualaLumpur (trains, bus?). I hope to travel by midnight and am looking for the fastest and thecheapest means to travel. I am staying in Chow Kit area and I would appreciate it if you canalso direct me on how to go to the stations or departure areas?Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Bus or Train.Ruth asks…How many hours from Kuala Lumpur International airport toKingsford International Airport Sydney?I want to know how many hours is the flight from kuala lumpur to Sydney Australia. 4/6
  5. 5. Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:7hours and 50minSandra asks…What is the best way to tour in Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia?Hi,I will be visting Kuala Lumpur ( Malaysia ) and will be staying in Holiday Inn Glenmarie Hoteland would like to visit Petronas twin towers , Batu Caves and any other recommended places.Please suggest me the best way to visit these places in Kuala Lumpur. What will be the taxifares between my Hotel and Petronas twin tower and from Petronas Twin tower to Batu cavesand back. Do I keep same taxi for whole tour or hire separate taxis as I move from one place toanother, which will be economical. Is there any other places other than one which I havementioned above which are not to be missed while visting Kuala Lumpur.Please suggest me. Thanks for your answer.Kaki Cuti Cuti Malaysia answers:Holiday Inn Glenmarie provides free shuttle service from the hotel to the KELANA JAYA LRTstation. (check with your hotel receptionist to make sure though) 5/6
  6. 6. Start out at the KELANA JAYA LRT station, take the LRT to the stop KLCC : Petronas Twin Towers (it stops right under the shopping center part of the building – Suria KLCC). From KLCC, take the same Putra Line LRT to Central Market, the stop is PASAR SENI. Check out the nice stuff there, and don’t forget to bargain should you want to buy anything. From PASAR SENI, take the same Putra Line LRT to TERMINAL PUTRA. From there, you can take a cab to Batu Caves, not far at all. Going back, you can either take a cab directly to the hotel(easier), or take the cab-LRT-cab route back. I’d recommend a direct cab coz i bet you’d be beat from climbing all those steps up Batu Caves. Visit http://www.rapidkl.com.my for the LRT and Bus routes. Your hotel receptionist should be able to help you in deciding routes. Or, if all else fails, drop me a line and i’d be glad to help. Enjoy your stay! Powered by Yahoo! Answers Download Hotel Discount Coupon http://hoteldiscountcoupons.blogspot.com/search/label/Kuala%20Lumpur for Hotels in Kuala Lumpur Cuti-cuti Malaysia Vacation Cuti-cuti Malaysia Kuala Lumpur 6/6Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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