Sekeping Serendah Retreat

67, Jln Tempinis Satu, Lucky Garden, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia
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The nearest Arowana fish store in KL

by souken

Hello

My name Souken came from Cambodia .. i am going to KL at 10 of this month with my mother .. i want to find the nearest shop that sell alot of good Arowana fishs in KL ...i want to buy this fish so much but in my country this fish so expensive .....so can anyone tell me the adress St .. when i get there i will tell the texi bring me there .. i'm looking forward for your reply! thanks!!!

Re: The nearest Arowana fish store in KL

by ranger49

Somebody with a name similar to yours posted a question like this yesterday .
Copy and paste the URL below into your browser to see the replies.

http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-551075-1-1-Travel-0-1282074-Kuala_Lumpur-discussion.html

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Shopping Locations

by amangoo

pre-paid sim is easy to get anywhere in kl... Maxis has arguably the best quality but Digi seems to be cheaper in plans...

as for shopping... KLCC and Mid Valley (http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab125542) are very popular and safe places to go. or u could try to use local search maps and browse through http://mapdoo.com

anyway ritz carlton's location is http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab123955
bet u should knew it though :)

'The Muddy Confluence'

by M0B1US

To my mind 'Kuala Lumpur' is one of the nicer sounding names for a capital city in the world - it has a magical quality, rolling sensuously off the tongue and hinting of far eastern exotic delights...

OK, perhaps I'm getting a little carried away but imagine my surprise when I found out that 'Kuala Lumpur' is Bahasa Melayu for 'Muddy Confluence'!!???

What a delightfully unimaginative name, after so much promise...

The aforesaid muddy confluence is the similarly unspectacular concrete sheathed meeting of the Sungai Klang and the Sungai Gombak in the centre of town and a short hop from Merdeka Square.

This locations one saving grace is that as well as being the place where KL's founding fathers first set foot and where supplies were landed for the first tin mines, it is also the site of the spectacular Masjid Jamek or 'Friday Mosque'...

Personally I love the meaning behind KL's name as it is a wonderfully practical and straightforward name, belying the no nonsense approach of this young and ambitious city...

Visit KL Tower. KL Tower is a...

by jin_jin

Visit KL Tower. KL Tower is a new sign for Kuala Lumpur besides Petronas Twin Tower. You can see the whole KL city in the KL Tower. There is a restaurant in this tower but the food is not really good and also expensive. If you think want to have a romantic dinner then think about it.

Chinatown

by l_joo

My introduction may not suit your taste because I'm a local Lumpurian but I try to help you with what I think is good for travel in Kuala Lumpur. If you ask me, my favourite thing is people watching. What I do most was to wander around and snap photos on peoples. People watching is my favourite. Sometimes I like to snap back street photos as well, I also snap less attention objects and scenes. Taking photos on peoples is not easy job as most peoples will turn their head away or if you snap at wrong peoples.

don't put your legs on the table...

by nataliasarani

well, maybe this is not a big problem,but i'v been noticed this for a long time and it is just keep bothering me for years...maybe is just me? i don't know, but for a local custom, i think most of asian countries think the same, my experience with foreign friends, they used to put their legs on the other chair or table when they chilled out, so better take note guys, keep your legs down, i'm sure u don't want people to give some kind of that 'look'....cheers guys..

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