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Tuesday 5 April 2022

100th Video Special: To LAKE GARDENS and Back

нello everyone! we are caт and нarold. welcoмe тo oυr blog, creaтed ιn нonoυr oғ oυr devoтιon тo тнe everyday ғood ғor тнe everyday perѕon, aѕ well aѕ тo caтalogυe oυr мeмorιeѕ, lιғe'ѕ evenтѕ, and тravelѕ wнere oυr 'perυт' (тυммy) leadѕ тнe way!

It's our 100th vlog on YouTube!

To commemorate this auspicious occasion, and to also celebrate the 1st anniversary of our channel we decided to give all of you a treat.

We noticed that most, if all not all of our previous walkabout videos were centred entirely around malls and other ‘urban jungle’ type places. We realised that most of you might not know that Kuala Lumpur has a lush green area literally within walking distance from where we live. It is an area that will be the focal point of this video, a place that we will proudly showcase.

And so with that in mind we began our walkabout as always along Jalan Tuanku Abdul headed south for a little while before turning right along a small alley onto Lorong Gombak before walking west along Jalan Palestin.

We then got onto Jalan Raja Laut headed south walking across Jalan Parlimen before arriving at Jalan Raja. We walked past Dataran Merdeka, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Zero Miles Kuala Lumpur milestone, the Tallest Flagpole in Malaysia as well as the Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, to name a few notable landmarks here.

We continued south along Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin past Jalan Bukit Aman until we turned right onto Jalan Cenderasari. We had arrived at the green lung of Kuala Lumpur!

We walked northwest past Tanglin Health Clinic and turned left still on Jalan Cenderasari past the Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park until we arrived at the Taman Etnobotani.

We walked across Jalan Lembah onto Jalan Tembesu and arrived at the gates to Lake Gardens!

Verdant, peaceful Lake Gardens is home to the Perdana Botanical Garden, a sprawling park with tree-lined walking trails, orchid and hibiscus displays, as well as a planetarium.

We continued walking down along Jalan Tembusu and arrived at Jalan Kebun Bunga where we turned left. We walked along the pathway along the lake circling it before crossing a bridge that took us to the Bamboo Playhouse. 

We crossed another bridge that took us back to Jalan Kebun Bunga, here we walked northwest past the Oasis Garden Waterfall until we reached the Fantasy Planet & Dinosaur Park where we turned right and headed to the exit.

We walked north along Jalan Cenderamulia past the Royal Lake Club until we got to Jalan Cenderawasih. We walked across onto Jalan Parlimen and walked across again. We headed northeast past Padang Merbok until we got to the pedestrian underpass underneath Bulatan Dato Onn.

From this point onwards we walked back along Jalan Raja Laut and stopped by our favourite Mamak (Malaysian Indian Muslim) restaurant, Sithique Nasi Kandar Pulau Pinang along Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman to take away some Roti Canai with Mutton Curry. It rained soon after, I kept the camera safely away in my water proof pouch and ran all the way home.

The entire walkabout was 7.31 kilometres, and by the time we got home we were knackered, but in a good way.

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📍 Location:
Kuala Lumpur City Hall -
Sultan Abdul Samad Building -
Tallest Flag Pole in Malaysia -
Zero Miles Kuala Lumpur -
Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park -
Perdana Botanical Gardens -
Bamboo Playhouse -
Oasis Garden Waterfall -
Fantasy Planet & Dinosaur Park -
Jejak Pahlawan at Bulatan Dato Onn -
Sithique Nasi Kandar Pulau Pinang -

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