At "The Curve", you can find many shopping opportunities. I love the atmospehere here, with themed-courtyards and streetscape malls. On the second level, the Chinese restaurants and Western restaurants are separated. On one side, you can find the "Asian Courtyard" with all the Chinese restaurants and on the opposite side, you will find "Western...more
If you go around the back street where cars parked, you will come across these miniature Telawian Wall Garden. Wall garden is not easy to create unless you know how to take care of them. For this one in photo, we have a banyan and many ferns to form such an affluent choices of visual enjoyment. Those of you who visit Telawi should try this...more
This is a popular destination for locals due to the variety of street food. Good food at a great price. If you want to get a feel of local or even western food Malaysian style, this is a place you want to try. As a backup , just in case the atmosphere is not to your liking , you can get almost the same food at a restaurant called 'Seri Penang' just...more
This is a specialist restaurant for Pancake from the world, can you find different type of pancake present in a non pancake way.. like a american burger using pancake like the pix attached here.... pancake pasta, etc. I have order a pancake breakfast, they have it axactly same like american breakfast, with sussage, ham, beackon, etc. Delicious!more
We had our dinner at Dragon-i restaurant. By looking at the crowd, we knew that this is one of the more popular restaurant here. Indeed, the food served didn't disappoint us. This Chinese restaurant specializes Cantonese and Shanghainese cuisine. I loved the smoked duck roll. We also ordered dessert after our meal.more
I believe that this is the original Victoria Station restaurant in KL. The layout is pretty much the same everywhere. Trains, stations and etc... I know that the one in Ampang and I thought that all of them were the same until I recently went to Damansara branch and find that they're still good as before. Well done to them! Black Pepper Steak and...more
It's the well known name for sate in the whole of Malaysia. It was once located in Kajang and everybody would go there just to have their sate. Now that they have rebrand themselves as a family name, they are more exposed to all walks of life and still serving sate the same original way as in Kajang. Sate Ayam (Chicken), Sate Daging (Beef), Sate...more
LaundryBar that is situated at The Curve is attached to Italianese, a famous Italian restaurant in Petaling Jaya area. Laundry have great music, with great drinks. Certain nights, they'd have a life band entertaining. They have big screens for LIVE important matches too. Whereas, The Sanctuary is located just right above Laundry Bar. It's a great...more
Nightlife in Telawi is so far ranked as number one in the Muddy Estuary. Most Lumpurese love Telawian cultures because it has the atmosphere akin to London or perhaps other big cities. I am not a good kaki nightlife, I don't want to say too much but I enjoy looking at the atmosphere of Telawian nightlife.more
If you don't have any mode of transports while in Klang Valley, opt for the Putra LRT. You can go from Kelana Jaya, as far as to Gombak, where the buses to Genting Highlands are departing from.
From Kelana Jaya LRT station, there's a free feeder bus service to take you to AND from The Curve / Ikano (these are in brackets because they're opposite of each other). You can also go to Sunway Pyramid from the same station. There's sort of a bus station right beneath the LRT stop upstairs.
Located in Bandar Utama, this shopping haven is a must go place to visit or to shop when you are in the capital city, Kuala Lumpur. The departmental store adopts an all-in-one shopping concept, which offers a convenient and comfortable way to shop with a wide selection of retail outlets (specialty) that offers a varied selection of goods and...more
There are at least 2 McDonald's restaurants inside the Megamall. There's more restaurants at the ground floor and at the top floor's food court, don't worry you have nothing to eat while you shop. There's a large size bookshop named MPH which I familiar, other shops are just too many to be listed here in tip, you have to see for yourself.more
Before I leave the temple, I take a last snap atthe big head guard to show to VT. From this picture, I noticed the hand is holding some mace-like thing downwards and I noticed also the mouth has teeth coming out, quite like dracula but of course this is a Hindu godliness figure nothing to do with that.more
Visiting Telawi may be fun but each time when I want to leave, it is a torment. This warning tip is for car owner when parking under the hot sun where the temperature inside the car rise up to nearly 60 Celsius. If you did not aware but sit in straight away, hahaha. You will be inflamed and burned. What I do is to open all the doors to let the overheated air come out. This is a warning.
The moment you get inside a taxi, make sure the taxi driver switched on his travel meter, or whatever you call it. If he doesn't, insist for it to be switched on. Otherwise he'll charge you any amount as he likes. And that usually means more than what you have to pay! If the taxi driver ignores your request, advisable if you just hail another taxi that comes your way.
Don't worry, KL and Selangor alone have almost more than 1000 taxis!
Unique Suggestions: Insist for the driver to turn on his cab meter to make your journey safer and please take note of the driver's three digit identification numbers plastered to his front window - useful if you wish to make a report / complaint / compliment to the taxi drivers' association, or the company that he works for.
Fun Alternatives: If you are travelling during the day, why not take the Putra LRT? You can go from Sunway to as far as Gombak! No attractions in Gombak, but useful if you are going to Genting Highlands. Else, there are also buses going around the cities, STAR LRT, the KL Monorail, or even the train by KTMB or if you have a friend here in the city, this is the time when you can ask them to take a day or two off from work and take you around the city!
Bangsar is not only Telawi, many peoples did not know this. If you have a car to drive towards Jalan Travers from Jalan Maarof, before you turn right to Travers, there's some roads turning to left, Jalan Abdullah is one where it has a small Indian village still exist, here it is.
Imperial culture is available in a big shop here selling mostly furniture of the imperial quality. Tourists if rich enough might want to buy some big emperor chairs table beds etc to place it at home to have fun. You also need some 100 servants to look after these furniture, otherwise your imperialility may not look as grandiose as your ancestors.more