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Golden Triangle & KLCC

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Golden Triangle & KLCC

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Getting the most out of the KLCC, by heading to the Petronas Towers observation deck, dropping by Galeri Petronas, Petrosains and Aquaria KLCC, and exploring the imaginatively designed KLCC Park.

Enjoying the great eats of Jalan Alor and the bars of Changkat Bukit Bintang.

Creating your own batik print at Kompleks Kraf Kuala Lumpur and My Batik.

Shopping for international and local brand bargains at Pavilion KL and the other malls of Bukit Bitang.

Making an appointment to view the private art gallery Ruang Pemula RuPé;.

The intersection of Jln Sultan Ismail and Jln Bukit Bintang marks the heart of the Golden Triangle, Kuala Lumpur’s premier shopping, dining and nightlife district. Studded with office towers, condominiums and glitzy shopping malls, such as Pavilion KL where you could spend all day, the district actively courts Middle Eastern visitors with its sidewalk cafes at which patrons puff on shisha pipes.

Changat Bukit Bintang is the city’s most raucous nightlife area and has several good restaurants, while nearby Jln Mesui is more laid-back. The icing on the Golden Triangle’s edible cake remains the food street Jln Alor and – our favourite reason for getting up early – the breakfast stalls at Imbi Market.

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Orlando & Walt Disney World® Resort

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Country Map

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Friesland (Fryslân)

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At first, Friesland seems typically Dutch: it's flat, it's green and there are plenty of cows (the namesake black-and-white variety). But explore a bit and you'll find its differences. For one, the province has its own language, as you'll see on road signs.

Even by Dutch standards, Frieslanders are a very self-reliant bunch. Here they didn't just have to build dykes to protect their land, they had to build the land as well. North Friesland segues into the Waddenzee in such a subtle way that the transition from watery mud to muddy water is elusive – albeit Unesco recognised. Across this shallow body of water stretches what is arguably the country's supreme summertime destination: the slender Waddenzee Islands, each an appealing combination of forest, dunes and glorious beaches, ripe for exploration and threaded with many miles of cycling paths.

At the province's centre is Leeuwarden, the sort of beguiling old Dutch town where you soon settle in and have a favourite cafe. Elsewhere, craggy old fishing villages like Hindeloopen are finding new life as evocative tourist destinations.

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The Lake District Map

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