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Re: where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by albertgarcia

Hi helpful friend,


Thank you for referring me to FOS, REJECT SHOPS, GME FACTORY OUTLET MALL for export excesses. I will be staying in Mandarin Oriental Hotel. I want to know how much is the taxi fare from Mandarin Oriental to the three outlets you mentioned.

Appreciate all your assistance.

Best,
Albert

Re: Re: where in kuala lumpur can I buy NAUTICA & other brand men's polo that are export excesses

by din2x

From your hotel, walk to the nearest lrt station, which is not far. Take the lrt to KL Sentral. in KL Sentral, you can find GME Factory Outlet. Shops There.

In KL Sentral, take KTM Kommuter to Midvalley. In Midvalley Megamall, you can shop at both FOS and Reject Shop. You can also use taxi, the journey take less than 10 minutes.

Thats the easiest way to shop from your hotel. But that's not the only place that have both FOS and Reject Shop in one shopping mall.

Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

Reliable Tour Company

by kensu

we used Tour East who are very reputable throughout Asia and you can contact them on e-mail at "tel-kul@toureast.net"; tel: 2710 0108 and street address 10th Floor, Amoda Bldg, 22 Jalan Imbi, KL.
Hope this helps. Looking out of the hotel room window and seeing the Petronas Towers. What a magnificent sight.

A good guide

by diageva

We where a bit lost in Kuala Lumpur, after the first hours we where a little confuse about what to do in KL. Mr. Mohan was there to help us to love KL and to manage to move in it. Mr. Mohan is an indian Taxi driver. He is really nice and nows how to make someone laught. Call him at 017-390 2051 or email him at anpalagan_mohan@aleypatai.com.my
He also have tour for Melaka, Port Dickson or helps you to make any reservation.

LanguageS in KL

by backpackerbaby

KL is a city of mixed culture. Before my arrival, I heard that most people can speak Malay, Mandarin and Fu Zin Language. After my arrival, I found that most Malaysians speak fluent English. Moreover, lots of Chinese live in KL. I could always hear people talking in Cantonese, although with strange/funny accents. At some places like when eating out, I even used Cantonese to communicate with the locals. The feeling was so funny. Locals look cool but once you smile to them, they will immediately give you some welcoming warm smiles. Lovely!

shopping, lcct, mapdoo, lrt, monorail

by amangoo

hi there judi.. i'm a malaysian hence i gotta help :)

there's no train service from the airport from LCCT, you could catch a bus, 9MYR, to KL Sentral and then a taxi, bus or train to city center... i would somehow recommend u to take aiport taxi directly from LCCT which costs around RM100 to city center.

location map of LCCT: http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab126569

Concorde Hotel is a decent one and the main thing is it is well located at the heart of the city. Famous pubs/bars are all within walking distance.

location map of Concorde Hotel: http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab123987

KLCC, Mid Valley Megamall & The Curve are very famous and safe place to go for shopping.

KLCC: http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab126119
Mid Valley: http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab126506
The Curve: http://mapdoo.com/?id=aab124207

Monorail Info here: http://www.rapidkl.com.my/int_map.htm

or u can browse the local roadmapping website Mapdoo for restaurants, bars, shopping malls.. local info etc.

http://mapdoo.com

welcome and have a great one!!

Dress Advice while in KL

by therealsupa

Although your not likely to be arrested for not wearing correct attire, sometimes its just a really nice sign of respect for Muslim religion to cover up a bit.

I recommend just a t-shirt and jeans/cargo's.

Some restaurants, temples etc will not let you in wearing singlets or shorts - so be prepared.

I found that i just felt more comfortable walking around wearing a tshirt and cargos - most of the women can sometimes be covered from head to toe! So this is just a helpful hint so your stay in KL is a little easier.

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