Transit Point Bed & Breakfast

49-1 Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur, 50000, Malaysia
Transit Point Bed & Breakfast
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Kuala Lumpur city/ sunway lagoon to Universal Studios, Sentosa, Singapore

by sanjeevj

I would like to know if there is any late evening bus from KL to Universal Studios, Singapore? Which KL Bus service is to Universal Studios.What time it reaches universal studios.

Secondly as I will be visiting both Sunway Lagoon , KL. and Unversal Studios, Singapaore, Can somebody inform me is it Ok to see both the places, or one can avoid one .

Re: Kuala Lumpur city/ sunway lagoon to Universal Studios, Sentosa, Singapore

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Re: Kuala Lumpur city/ sunway lagoon to Universal Studios, Sentosa, Singapore

by joliefish

late bus always there to Singapore.. you can go to BUkit Jalil Station to get the bus to Singapore.
As i know there is no direct bus to Universal Studio. What you can do is. Get a bus to HarbourFront singapore and take the monorail to Universal studio.

Sunway Lagoon is great.. u can go and see since you alrd in Msia.. Sunway Lagoon is more too Water park while Universal Studio is more too shows and great attractions..

if you want a convenient way.. you can take AEROLINE bus from SUnway Pyramid..(same place as Sunway Lagoon) and take to Singapore (stop at HarbourFront) then you can directly take the monorail to sentosa..

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

For Emergency

by cokes

Well if you have to use a public toilet in KL don`t be suprised to find a squat toilet. When I 1st had to use it , I cursed myself as I didn`t go to University to learn on how to use it. Its not so bad , you`ll find a way to use it. Just make sure you bring toilet paper with you just incase you stuck at one of these toilets and there is no toilet paper.

A CITY OF CONTRASTS

by lmkluque

You will see a vivid contrast between old and new. Everywhere you look, the contrast is remarkable.
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I was told that I spoke English like a movie star--because I complete my sentences like they did on TV or at the movies. Besides adding LAH to the end of many words, the Malaysians I met had a tendency to shorten words or sentences to the lowest possible combination. It took a few days to catch on, but once I did, it was easy to understand.

The other half

by robertgaz

As a result of rural migration, many people have made KL their home in search of work and prosperity. A lot of foreign workers have settled here too for much the same reason.

Many people have found themselves in cramped, noisy neighbourhoods in their endeavours for a better standard of living.

National History Museum

by l_joo

National History Museum is one of the most important museum for history lovers. The location is right beside the Merdeka Square which is opposite to Abdul Samad building. The admission is free. This is a place not to be missed especially if you are a Malaysian.

Fingers - a Multi Tasking Tool

by ishi01

I would say eating with fingers is a malay and indian custom. Its awkward if you've never tried it before but somehow, food always taste better when you eat with your fingers...must be the chemical makeup on the skin, i think.
However, over here, we only eat with fingers for certain kind of food - certainly when eating nasi lemak, malay mix rice and the various rotis and tosei. When it comes to chinese food such as noodles and such, we fall back to the fork and spoon or chopsticks.
AT some malay or indian restaurant, it is the understanding that you'll be eating with your hands, therefore cutleries would not be provided... if you really need them, you'll have to ask for them. And...they would probably give you a pair wrapped in paper or a whole stack in a basket. No lessons in table ettiquette here.

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