Fly with Sri Lankan to Kuala Lumpur
The city has grown from a small sleepy town, to a beautiful metropolis — which is the capital city of Malaysia. Every year, the city welcomes legions of tourists who come to spend their holidays in Kuala Lumpur. If you want to experience the real taste of modern Malaysia, then make this sparkling city your destination.
Amazing beaches in Malaysia, you can get to them quite quickly from the capital (Kuala Lumpur).
Shopping in the city:
Those who love shopping will find a haven while spending a holiday in Kuala Lumpur, as it has lots of shopping arcades to enjoy. Some of the most popular shopping places are located outside Golden Triangle. They include MidValley Megamall; The Gardens; Bangsar Village; Chinatown; Central Market; and Bangsar Shopping Center.
Malaysia’s AirAsia and Singapore’s SilkAir are two low-cost carriers that can fly you cheaply from many destinations around the world to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore respectively. (From Singapore, you can take a bus or train to Kuala Lumpur). For details of the flight schedules and fares of AirAsia and SilkAir, please check their websites. Another Malaysian budget airline is Fireflyz which caters mostly to domestic destinations in the country; however, it links Kuala Lumpur with Medan and Bandar Acheh (both in Indonesia) and Phuket in Thailand.
As part of its commitment to the Sri Lankan government, Emirates contracted to undertake the management of Air Lanka for a 10-year period, during which time it would establish programmes to stimulate renewed growth and profitability. Primary among these considerations was the development of Bandaranaike International Airport, Colombo, as a major passenger and cargo hub, linking east and west.
The business plan put forward by Emirates centred on the appointment of a new board of directors drawn from the Sri Lankan government and Emirates Airline. Pertinent to this, the chief executive officer (CEO) was to be seconded from Emirates. To help achieve its objective of raising Air Lanka’s profit margin, a thorough overhaul and analysis of the airline’s infrastructure was completed. This resulted in Air Lanka adopting a whole new approach to airline operation. Cost-effective strategies were introduced; new pro-active management teams were put in place; computer technology became the basis of everyday activities; a reappraisal of the airline’s network was made; product enhancement became part of airline philosophy, and a fleet renewal programme was activated. But to raise awareness and underline its new ideals, the airline set into motion a re-branding programme.
Log on to http://www.mysrilankan.co.uk and you’ll find everything that you need for flights to Kuala Lumpur.
[SriLankan Airlines Limited is the current name of Air Lanka, discussed in the above article –GHGB]
Solo, my Medan Shama
Here’s Solo having his flight time in my living room. He is having a confrontation with a video of Slick on Youtube.