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Preferred Accommodations in Chow Kit, Malaysia

Chow Kit is an atmospheric, localized area of Kuala Lumpur city Centre, filled with rows and rows of long-established retail outlets specializing in wholesale goods. While it is best known for its daily market, called Bundle Chow Kit by locals, Chow Kit also houses a number of prized local restaurants as well as sightseeing opportunities including Southeast Asia’s largest Sikh temple. Accommodation options here are limited to mid-range and budget hotels, but this unassuming section of Kuala Lumpur is well worth a visit if you are travelling on a modest budget and looking to get a taste of local city life. 

 

Traveling in Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from www.redbus.my .

 

 

Sunway Putra Hotel

 

Sunway Putra Hotel is located opposite the Putra World Trade Centre which is within the city's main commercial district. The hotel is equipped with modern rooms and suites that have been quite elegantly furnished and come equipped with a flat screen TV, a mini bar as well as a tea and coffee maker. 

 

Sunway Putra Hotel Kuala Lumpur features 618 guestrooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Chow Kit and Kuala Lumpur city centre. This four-star property is linked to a shopping mall of the same name, offering a wide range of dining, entertainment and dining options. Fitted with a balcony overlooking the swimming pool and Kuala Lumpur city, guests staying at the Club room can enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, all-day non-alcoholic beverages, and evening cocktails at the Club lounge. The hotel also offers complimentary shuttle services to prominent KL districts such as Bukit Bintang and KLCC while the Putra LRT station is a five-minute walk away. Onsite facilities include three restaurants, with Gen serving a wide range of Japanese cuisine for lunch and dinner. There’s also a fitness centre and a 25-metre long swimming pool with attached kid's pool and Jacuzzi.

 

The Ttanz Hotel

 

The TTanz Hotel Kuala Lumpur is a budget boutique hotel with 130 air-conditioned guestrooms and suites as well as an onsite Chinese restaurant, sky lounge, and fitness and spa centre. This property is a five-minute walk from Bazaar Baru Chow Kit, where travellers can find a wide range of local offerings at affordable prices. Ranging in size from 25sqm to 45sqm, rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar, and electric kettle, with ironing facilities available upon request.

 

Guests can rejuvenate at the fitness centre that has state of the art selection of fitness equipments.  Alternatively you can also take a dip at the 25 metre long outdoor pool. There is also a coffee house located within the hotel which serves authentic local dishes as well as signature Asian and Chinese cuisines.wever, I would recommend you to try out the tasty Western dishes. Other dining options within the hotel include Japanese food at the Gen Restaurant. The other hotel being the Atrium Lounge which serves a variety of coffes and pastries amidst a relaxed setting. 

 

 

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BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN IRELAND

BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN IRELAND



 

 

 

 

 

Ireland is one of the most attractive countries of Europe. Ireland is small in size but offers endless unique and amazing experiences. Spectacular landscapes, Fascinating cities gulped in history and culture and friendliest people are major highlights of Ireland. Holidaying with your own set of wheels is most convenient and enjoyable in Ireland. Rental vehicles are easily available at multiple locations in Ireland, You can get yours too with car4hires. Tourists attractions are available in abundance and variance in Ireland making it one of the preferred holiday destination in Ireland. Best places to visit in Ireland has been listed below, starting from dramatic cliffs of Moher.

 

 

 

CLIFFS OF MOHER – COUNTY CLARE

 

It is one of the major tourist attractions of Ireland, offers the breathtaking views. This nature’s gem is 214 meters in height and is located on the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can experience most spectacular coastal walk here. Cliffs are visited by millions of people every year for their magnificent beauty and scenery.

 

 

 

RING OF KERRY

 

The most spectacular drive or trail in the world, Ring of Kerry is most iconic experience of all. It runs 120 km through pretty fishing villages,picturesque towns, magnificent landscapes and dramatic scenery. Those wants to experience traditional Ireland, drive to Ring Of Kerry is an ideal way to explore Ireland at its best original form.

 

 

 

KILLARNEY NATIONAL PARK

 

It is an UNESCO listed World Heritage Biosphere Reserve and also home to national heritage site, Ross Castle and Muckross House. Muckross Lake here is one of the three most iconic lakes of Killarney. The house and gardens are unforgettable delights of Killarney National Park which should not be missed when travelling to Killarney.

 

 

 

GIANT’S CAUSEWAY

 

Lying at the foot of basalt cliffs, It is UNESCO listed World Heritage Site of Northern Ireland. Giant’s Causeway is mother nature’s most iconic gift to country. It is comprised of nearly 40,000 basalt rocks making a series of gigantic stepping stones and offering the unique opportunity to walk upon this strange pathway.

 

 

 

GRAFSTON STREET – DUBLIN

 

It is liveliest street of Ireland, flooded with buskers, performance-artists, boutiques and shops offering great experiences of being in Dublin. There is plenty of good restaurants and cafes too, perfect for having a short coffee break while shopping and enjoying. Various other attractions such as Kalmainham Goal, The Book of Kells and Trinity College are worth more a visit in Dublin.

 

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SALZBURG’S BEST SHOPPING SCENES

 

Shopping in Salzburg is as delightful as exploring its magnificent fortress, castles, broad plazas and narrow lanes. Salzburg streets are loaded with large number of boutiques running through houses, fashion shops and Some of the bigger Austrian shopping malls are housed here. When you land at Salzburg Airport you enter a city full of fairy tale castles, spectacular scenery and shopper’s paradise.

 

GETREIDEGASSE- Shopping in Old City

One of the world’s most beautiful shopping streets, Getreidegasse is house to nearly 800 stunning shops selling trendy clothes, designer furniture, fashion and craft. There is also a huge number of pretty cafes with sitting. A perfect spot to shop and refuel yourself to continue shopping.

 

EUROPARK SHOPPING CENTRE

In north west Salzburg, Europark shopping centre with its impressive architectural designs has plenty to offer for shopping lovers. Nearly 130 shops selling everything from bags to cosmetics, beauty, jewellery and electronics. Charming small boutiques and alluring art shops are just 20-30 min from Wolf Dietrich with your self drive car hire Salzburg Airport.

 

MARKETS

Salzburg markets are worth more exploring. A huge variety of offer from food to clothes and art. Popular markets of Salzburg are Grunmarket on Universitatsplatz during week, Schranne on Mirabellplatz on Thursdays and every Friday organic farmer’s market on Kajetanerplatz.

 

KIESELPASSAGE

Located close to the Kolping Hostel, Kieselpassage total 20 shops with huge variety of jewellery, clothing, arts, gifts on offer Kieselpassage is one of the must visit shopping centres of Salzburg.

 

DESIGNER OUTLET SALZBURG

Close to city centre offering wide variety of designer brands with rich sophisticated taste. Huge discounts are also on offer. Bargaining for men and women fashion, accessories, sports, shoes and much more.

Still thinking about planning holiday to Salzburg?How to make hotel bookings ? Where to book Salzburg car rentals?Search, compare and get best deals online for hotels and car rentals. 

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Shopping in Salzburg is as delightful as exploring its magnificent fortress, castles, broad plazas and narrow lanes. 

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DUBLIN AIRPORT SELF DRIVE CAR RENTALS

Dublin, the capital and largest city of Ireland is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the world. Dublin lies at the mouth of river Liffey. Dublin is lively city and well known for its vibrant nightlife, classic tourist sights, beautiful bridges and many more delights. Dublin and its nearby area is best discovered via car, so having own set wheels is best decision to have on hand experience of Dublin.

 

Getting a Dublin rental car is not tough or time consuming at all, Car rental companies have their rental desks in arrival hall of Dublin Airport. Having car hire from airport is advisable, because car rental companies with inner city locations are far less in number. Getting a Dublin Airport car hire is one of the most reliable and convenient way to explore and get lost into the beautiful blend of past and present of Dublin. Dublin Airport is considered as main gateway to Ireland. The Airport is located just 10 km from the Dublin city centre in Collinstown, Fingal. Get yourDublin Airport car rental and drive to the viking city and travel with no strings attached.

 

Once you have your car rental you are free to tailor your holidays, drive to the most iconic attractions in and outside Dublin. Dublin has huge number of attractions such as, The Guinnes Store House, St Patrick’s and Christ Church Cathedrals, Trinity College and College Green , Dublin castle, Kilmainham Gaol. Grafton street , Powerscourt Centre, The Loft Market, are most popular for shopping in Dublin. There are so many free museums in Dublin, National Museum Dublin, National Gallery of Ireland, Huge Lane Gallery are some of the famous ones. As known for vibrant night life, Dublin has a plethora of clubs, bars, pubs and micro-breweries. Further you can drive your rental car to nearby locations like, Meath, Wicklow, West Meath, and Kidare.  

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NOTHING EVER LAST

NOTHING EVER LAST

 

Nothing ever last,
Such are graphic remains,
Who once upon a time,
Questions probably the same?
Spinning in my head…

Another legacy of Pol Pot!
I don’t ask for eternity but justice,
Today bones, yesterday vibrant beings,
Tell me such empty logic,
Before my faith choose to let go…

What were their names?
Their dreams, hopes and faiths,
Still under the tortures,
Who was there?
Holding their hands?

Can make any sense of it all,
And history keep repeating itself,
Postcard from Cambodia,
Death, tortures, killing field,
I guess nothing ever last…

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Author's Notes/Comments: 

one of my most powerful trip , when i wqas living in east asia, i love  CAMBODIA

MOTHER INDIA.

 

India runs through my veins,

Middle Asia, give me one last shoot!

A baisé of Shiva, lick my sins,

And I saw your picture,

Pinned in the back of the shop,

Parvati ready to fight me,

Duality, angels and demons,

Ripped me with thousand arms,

Because I ridded Ganesha,

To take me to the feet’s of Skanda.

Shiva, my loving third eyes,

Blue makeup on your nails,

Hermaphrodite and asexual,

Rob me from all my beauty,

Deliverance all of my sins!

Honeys bee sucking on purity,

Whisper the songs of the mystics,

Mother India, chaos in my head,

wrecked to piece my heart,

With all bestiality and beauty,

Children’s legless, blind give me your eyes,

To never forget mother India.
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Author's Notes/Comments: 

flying, travelling, love, sun, spiritual, smile, poverty that i love, and some secret nights!one of my secret place

Journey

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Philosophy

Cold waves mark out the empty expanse of night sky -
thunderous vibrations
sharp, hard blasts of wind and rain
against this, a steady heart and steady hand.

 

The waves rumble onward -
the sound of a thousand mighty horses
waterous hills and valleys
in endless thirst.

 

Home to the ancient heroes of old -
the Spear-Danes in days gone by
by warmth of a hearth stone
by an old seaway.

 

To live a life of endless journey,
the fate of those whose hearts were as big as the world.

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