On our way to Nepal, we have stopped over in Malaysia. We only went to Kuala Lumpur as we had limited time. I have visited Malaysia before but it was the first time for my parents, AS and Chhori.
In KL, we booked a hotel called The Face Suites and I am so glad we did. Our stay at KL was made better because of this excellent apartment we were in. We booked a 2 bedroom apartment and the rooms were spacious and comfortable with a fully equipped kitchenette. The suite was superb, so tastefully decorated with everything you need and then some. From the master bedroom, we had a great view of the Petronas Towers and the city. The bathroom was huge and clean and they had free Wi-Fi too.
When we checked in, we were given a room on the 15th floors but it was not facing the Petronas Towers so we made a request to change the room and we were given a room facing the towers on the 43rd floor. We were very happy with the room we were given and I have to admit the duty manager was really helpful.
I booked this particular hotel after looking at the photo of their infinity pool on the internet and I was not disappointed at all when we got there. From the pool, there is a great view of the Petronas Towers and the city.
The view was amazing in the morning as well as the evening with the blue lights. We spent most of our spare time at the pool, relaxing or swimming or taking photos. Chhori also had a great time as they have a kids’ pool where she could run around.
For our sightseeing, we used a Grab app (similar to Uber) and it was cheap and convenient to go around. I highly recommend the service if you want to save money instead of booking tours. You do need to do a bit of homework and find out what you want to visit.
We managed to see the Petronas Twin Towers, Batu cave, King’s Place, Petaling Street, KLCC Park, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Merdeka Square, Jamek Mosque, and the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery. I will be posting in detail in another post soon.
Some of these attractions were just walking distance from each other so we could visit a few of them at the same time.
Over all we had a great time in Malaysia. We all found the beautiful country very diverse and at every turn it was a new experience.
Take care everyone.
M from nepaliaustralian
Wow the view from that pool is amazing! You’re so lucky 🙂
I booked the hotel after seeing these photos 🙂
Gorgeous photos and such a lovely experience for you, AS and your Chhori. I loved the photo of you lifting her up in the pool. Those captures of the Malaysia twin towers at night were exquisite!! xo
Thanks heaps, we had a great time 🙂
You deserved a special and wonderful time together. You looked beautiful in the red dress particularly, as Chhori was sleeping in a few I still could see what a pretty girl she is! 🙂
Thanks, you are too kind.
Enjoy dear.really malayshia is d best place for tourists and film’s shooting.
Oh wow, so cool! The infinity pool is just gorgeous. I’ve been wanting to visit Malaysia for a while now – especially for the food 😀
I am big fan of Malaysian food too :). You will love the place as well and our hotel was great plus.
I transited through KL but did not leave the airport, so I’m looking forward to your more detailed posts on the trip. Your new banner photo is gorgeous, btw 🙂
I love Malaysia especially their food 🙂
Thank you, the photo was taken during Chhori’s 2nd birthday. I will be writing about that soon too 🙂
Me too! When we were at the KL airport, my husband and in-laws ate at an Indian restaurant, while I ate at a Nyonya place. Even if I couldn’t see Malaysia, I at least made sure to eat their food! 🙂