Thursday, January 15, 2009

Morning Walk to Tsun Jin School

Instead of walking on a machine in a confined room, I had a different form this morning and took a 5km to and fro walk (Dataran Merdeka to Tsun Jin High School) and enjoyed the morning happenings of heavy traffic, peoples going places rather than a monotonous atmosphere with only FM radio wave on the air and senior ladies on other equipment. These are the places I enjoyed passing by....Do you know what ENE stands for? EMPAT NOMBOR EKOR !!!
The begining of Jalan Petaling (Petaling Street) or also known as the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur. There are these two very old Chinese temples seen here. This is Klang Bus Station. The first bus station we landed in when we first came to Kuala Lumpur to start a new life as student. We were greeted with a big "slaughter" on our first venture of Bak Kut Teh meal in this very Bus Station. Our first Bak Kut Teh costed us a lot of money. We were definitely being "slaughtered" ....damn that Bak Kut Teh seller....

Malaysia has a lot of eating places everywhere, in the shops, at the car parks, at the back lanes, at the public parks but this one underneath a road flyover (Jalan Kinabalu) and I picked the stall with the longest queue for food and the stall sells nasi lemak. Well, time for breakfast after all the walking and the site visit. My RM4.00 (about US$1.30) breakfast with a glass of warm lime juice. Another heritage building of Malay Architectural. Kuala Lumpur oldest wet market now converted into a retail complex selling local handicrafts. An old form of transportation of yesteryear, a bullock cart found outside the Central Market.
Backed to Dataran Merdeka, a common place for tourists to come here and enjoy the unique view here.

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