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Forum Posts

music CD shops in KL

by bangdong

Are there any shops in KL that buy and sell secondhand CDs? I'm not looking for bootleg copies or MP3 recordings, but the actaul original CDs. I've been to Tower Record and Rock Corner, but I'd like to find a shop that sells used CDs also.

Re: music CD shops in KL

by din2x

Flea Market @ every sunday at Amcorp Mall is famous for their original CD and vinyl.

TO get there, take LRT (Kelana Jaya Link) and stop at Taman Jaya Station. It is a minute walk from that station.

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Coin Operated Laundry!

by Orpheous

I used the laundry service at one of the hotels that we stayed in while traveling through Asia, and aside from charging us a total of nearly THB2000 (AU$70) they also wrecked some of our clothes.
So, after nearly 2 weeks of travel, we decided to search for a laundromat in KL. By cross referencing
our map and phone book, we found THE ONLY coin operated laundry close to public transport in Kuala Lumpur!
They have several excellent imported "Maytag" machines to wash, and several BIG coin op dryers,
The best part is, that each large load only costs around MYR3 (AU$1) plus a little extra to dry.
So, for around MYR10 (AU$3.50) we had 3 big loads of fresh, clean laundry to continue our journey with!
Oh, and the guys who started the business are Aussie ex-pats, who are absolute characters, and gave us some excellent advice on how to survive in KL etc...
Thank you Wash And Save!
http://gallery.washandsave.com/index.php

Just before you get to the 7-Eleven near the laundromat, pick up some Pisang Goreng, or banana fritters from the hawker stand on the corner, they're the best in KL!

well,... usually travellers...

by edachsund

well,... usually travellers will have a city walk, to enjoyed the view and the heavy traffics when its come to the peak time. Snap a few picture at KLCC building, KL Tower, or maybe at Sultan Abdul Samad building (I like this place)as Kuala Lumpur known as 'Kuala Lumpur Bandaraya Bercahaya' mean 'Kuala Lumpur The City of Light' heheheh if you like lights, you gonna like those building. ermm... there is to much to explain about my fondest memories. come and experience yourself.

Budget Hotel, Tune Hotels Malaysia

by amangoo

have u heard about Tune Hotels? think no further if you are talking about new budget hotel that costs u only as low as RM9.99... well i don't work for them.. so go figure it out ok...haha. The founder of Airais, T. Fernandez invested heavily on Tune Hotels too..It is very new... btw there is only 1 hotel at downtown KL now. Location is at Jalan Sultan Ismail.

Tune Hotel KL location map: http://mapdoo.com/?id=tun999001
Tune Hotel Kota Kinabalu location map: http://mapdoo.com/?id=tun999002

you could use the local online roadmapping website http://mapdoo.com to get around too. Welcome and enjoy yourself in Malaysia.

Chinatown

by phil_uk_net

With a new roof, some palm trees and the removal of stalls selling copied CDs and DVDs, it appears that the authorities are satisfied with their 'cleaning up' of Chinatown.

However, the disgusting buildings are still all there. It is a very superficial makeover.

Cover up in the Mosque.

by hennanights

We spent a lovely hour at KL's Nation Mosque (Masjid Negara). At the entrance you are greeted by a lady who helps you in to a smock like Galabaya and head scarf. Men too are to dress appropriately so its best not to wear shorts as you too will have to wear the smock. The Qur'an dictates that Muslims should lower their gaze and dress modestly, hence the galabaya. Inside there are pamphlets about the Mosque, its community and Islamic teachings.

Masjid Negara,
Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia,
50480 Jalan Perdana,
Kuala Lumpur.

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