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SkyBar - Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


When we were in KL for six months back in 2010 (which seems an absolute lifetime ago now!) one of our main go to places was the SkyBar, at the Traders Hotel, right opposite the famous Patronas Towers.

The SkyBar is on the 33rd floor and has the most amazing view of the Patronas Towers. It is also the hotels indoor pool and has really cool Cabanas around the outside.

We always used to stop off for a drink (or two!) when we went into the city. I don't think we ever ate there mind, but one of the below pictures is proof that the Champers and Rosé were good! Their cocktails were very tasty too!

From memory it can get quite busy especially in the evenings, so it's best to book yourself a Cabana, which is the place to sit!

Sadly we haven't got too many photos, as it was the time before I started blogging or really uploading many pictures to social media sites!

Hopefully the pictures I've dug out gives you a little idea of the spectacular views to expect.

If you're planning a trip to KL, I definitely recommend the SkyBar. It's a total must!







♥ Heather



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  1. Wow, if only!!!!! Looks absolutely gorgeous and you are so lucky to have travelled to all these amazing places in the world xx

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