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Saturday, 11 June 2022
KL Sentral - TBS - Bukit Bintang
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We were planning a short trip next week to an undisclosed destination, and so we caught a GoKL Red Line Free Bus to KL Sentral, then our train tickets from the ETS counter. We then caught a KTM Komuter train to Bandar Tasik Selatan (BTS). If you are in a hurry we would recommend that you instead try the Kelana Jaya LRT Line to Masjid Jamek then change over to the Putra Heights LRT Line.
In our case we were not in a hurry so it did not matter. After a considerable wait our train finally arrived, and after twenty minutes we arrived at the Bandar Tasik Selatan station. The fare was RM2.10 each (USD/EUR0.50).
We walked into Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS), Klang Valley's largest bus terminal looking to buy return bus tickets from our undisclosed destination but found it swarmed, and were dismayed to see that out of the many counters there only five or so were operating, contributing to the unbearably long queues.
We then walked over to the self-service kiosk but discovered that our preferred bus line was not listed. Oh well, we could always purchase our tickets online.
We then walked to the LRT Bandar Tasik Selatan station and caught the Sentul LRT Line to the Hang Tuah LRT Station before switching over to the Monorail to the Bukit Bintang Monorail station for a total fare of RM2.90 each (USD0.70/EUR0.60).
Our luggage bags needed replacing so we walked into Sungei Wang Plaza and visited the Leather Avenue outlet to browse. The prices were however very prohibitive.
Undeterred we then caught a GoKL Blue Line Free Bus back but instead of going home we walked over to Haniffa Department Store to settle another errand. We then walking across Jalan Bunus 6 where we had lunch at Tepui Corner at Semua House, so be sure to catch our next video.
Lunch settled we walked through the famous Jalan TAR Night Market here. We arrived at SOGO and visited the Travel for All retail outlet look at some luggage but did not find any we fancied. The salesperson was also not very keen on serving us.
So with that we headed home. On the way back we stopped by a shawarma stall and got one each for dinner. We ended our vlog here and will probably settle our luggage issue tomorrow.
Lastly, we feel that it is our civic duty to remind everyone that while masks are now optional outdoors, it is still mandatory indoors!
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