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Hilton Petaling Jaya Exterior

The Hilton Petaling Jaya is located a few kilometers outside of Kuala Lumpur in a rather residential area. While I didn’t love the location, I generally liked the hotel. It’s not the best hotel I’ve ever stayed at, but the value for the money is hard to beat. You can find more content about …

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The Andaman Langkawi Beach Bar

The Andaman Langkawi is one of the newest resorts under the Luxury Collection brand. The Andaman Langkawi is located in a beautiful and peaceful setting next to amazing beaches and the stunning rainforest. The hotel itself offers different rooms and suites with modern interior and a wide range of activities to relax and recreate! …

Skyline Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia, is a real melting pot for any kind of culture or religion. During the last years, more and more skyscrapers have been built and are still planned. With an average temperature between 25 and 30°C (77-86°F) and a humidity about 83% all year, discovering KL feels like exercising in …

Public transport in Kuala Lumpur. For tourists, that isn’t the most common way to come along. Most information is not available in English and the communication with drivers is often a real problem. Anyway, the public transport network of the Malay capital is really good. There are buses, a railway network, a subway, taxis …

Nobody wants to stay in a broom closet for a few days or spend a night in a room which is not cozy at all. There are many possibilities which make a room a real desaster – but on the other hand, there are also many ways to make it awesome! Well, we’ve been …

KL International Airport

In the growing market of air traffic in South-East-Asia, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport strengthened its position by upgrading the facilities with a second terminal. The first one is used for the flagship carrier and most ordinary airlines, KLIA 2 is a so-called Low-Cost-Carrier Terminal. Check out our guide of the airport to learn …

Looking Back

History of Malaysia, hotels and Schiphol Airport on this Week 9 on traveluxblog. As usual, we give you a little summary of the last week. Also, we want to thank everybody who stopped by, liked or commented! If you missed something this week, have a look at this post and enjoy our content! Interested in history …

National Museum Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia is a very multi-cultural country. In Kuala Lumpur are even living more Chinese than Malay people. For us this was one reason why we decided to visit the National Museum KL. Learning more about the history of the country that exists for 57 years as the independent state Malaysia was very interesting. We …

Bird Park Kuala Lumpur

Even though this may not be a world-famous tourist attraction, it is the world’s largest walk-in bird park: The bird park in Kuala Lumpur (yeah I know, we experienced pretty much in the capital of Malaysia! – Feel free to have a look at our city review). If you’re interested in seeing some pretty rare and exotic …

Looking Back

Another week is over. That does mean that it is time for our look back on the last days. Even though we were very busy with moving to a new flat, we are delighted to see that our loyal followers keep checking out our content. Thank you a lot! If there was anything that “dominated” …