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Thursday 1 February 2024

ROAR-some Thursday: 5 Mall Hop

It's Federal Territory Day!

It being a public holiday for Kuala Lumpur and with a new toy to play with we ventured out of our condo at eleven in the morning bound for Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. We caught a free GOKL Red Line bus in front of Sarah Hughes to the Muzium Negara stop.

There we disembarked and took an elevator down two floors to the Muzium Negara MRT station. We caught a train bound for Kajang for a fare of RM1.80 (approximately USD/EUR0.40) and disembarked at the Tun Razak Exchange MRT Station to begin the first of five malls today. The reason? We wanted to capture the Chinese New Year themed decorations at each of the five malls that we hoped to visit today.

All done with The Exchange TRX we hopped back into the train bound for Kwasa Damansara for a fare of RM1.20 (approximately USD/EUR0.30) and disembarked at the Bukit Bintang MRT station. We exited the station and walked a short distance to Pavilion Kuala Lumpur. Here we captured footage of both the exterior and interior Chinese New Year themed decorations.

We then walked out and onto Jalan Bukit Bintang headed southwest. We walked across Jalan Sultan Ismail then took an escalator up and past the Monorail station before we entered Sungei Wang Plaza. The Chinese New Year themed decorations here were quite underwhelming, but it did not matter since we intended to have lunch here anyway. Be sure to catch the upcoming video of Vinh City Vietnamese Cuisine!

A little under an hour later we walked out of the restaurant then rode an elevator down to the surface level and walked across Jalan Bulan 1. We headed southeast before making our way across a footbridge that took us into Berjaya Times Square.

We shot some footage of the Chinese New Year themed decorations here and then walked out onto Jalan Imbi, headed to the final mall of the day.

If you guessed that we were headed to our new favourite mall, LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre (LaLaport BBCC) then you were spot on. We spent some time here shooting footage of the Chinese New Year themed decorations then had drinks at Starbucks. We got the Toffee Nut Crunch Latte & Butter Brew Frappuccino for only RM20.00 (approximately USD/EUR4).

As soon as we took our seats to our surprise a lion dance began, so be sure to catch the upcoming video of this jaw-dropping exhibition!

We left LaLaport BBCC at half past three and walked to the Hang Tuah Monorail station. We took the train for a fare of RM2.60 (approximately USD/EUR0.50) to the Medan Tuanku Monorail station. We walked briskly back to our condo since there were dark clouds rolling fast.

Thus ended our mini walkabout, so be sure to catch our next video where we (hopefully) wake up to enjoy a quiet morning of car-free Sunday!

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๐Ÿ“ Location:
Vinh City Vietnamese Cuisine - https://maps.app.goo.gl/Saxbz4v9U5LEsAGj6
LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Centre

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