We slept really well, not waking until our alarm went off at 7.30 a.m. despite the five hour time difference from Qatar. Breakfast was served in the large, airy restaurant on the first floor, a little too airy perhaps as on future mornings I planned to wear a cardigan! There was a large variety of both Western and Asian dishes to choose from and I opted for the latter sampling some noodles with butternut squash and aubergines which tasted delicious. Coffee was from a self service machine and although the cappuccino tasted reasonable it lacked its usual frothiness.
Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur
On returning to our room we applied sun cream and insect repellent before heading outdoors, making use of the free GO KL bus service towards the civic district of the capital.
The Royal Selangor Club, Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur
We started our tour at Merdeka Square (Independence Square)…
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