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Monday, 7 January 2019

Beef Noodles And "Hop-On Hop-Off" KL Tour.

Two days after Christmas, we took one of the earliest train ride from Ipoh to Kuala Lumpur. Upon reaching KL Sentral, we went looking for breakfast. It was drizzling but light enough for us to walk about without getting wet. A friend recommended beef noodles so we went looking for this place. We found the place and we ordered the following for breakfast.
Beef Soup Noodle @ RM 10 per bowl at Kedai Kopi Lai Foong.
Location: cross junction of Jalan H S Lee and Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock
Beef Noodle (dry version).
The plain noodle with soy sauce and soup were served separately.
Beef soup for the dry version.
We couldn't finish the noodle because the portion was too big for us.
Walking under the drizzle in Kuala Lumpur at 8.40 am.
After breakfast, we went looking for the Hop-on Hop-off pick up point.
It was still drizzling while we waited for the bus.
This is the bus stop or pick up point #16 in Petaling Street or Chinatown.
 Here is how the bus look like.
I didn't snap a picture of the bus we boarded.
 We were issued tickets in exchange for the vouchers a friend bought for us.
The bus routes (city and garden routes) and the bus stops.
When we first boarded the double decker tour bus, it was drizzling as you can see the rain droplets on the glass window. I was trying to snap a shot of the old KL railway station through the glass window.
The drizzle stopped and we went out to the open deck to get better view.
High rise buildings
Places we passed by.
Going under an overhead pedestrian bridge.
Passing by the Mid Valley Mega mall.
Passing by Little India.
Eye catching building.
Passing by KL City Air Terminal.
Hop-on Hop-off bus tour is one of the best way to explore Kuala Lumpur. No need to worry about getting lost or where to park your car.
Nice weather for sightseeing in the city.
Will continue with more photos in my next post for tomorrow.

Don't brag about your plans for tomorrow

- wait and see what happens.

(Proverbs 27:1, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Oh you went KL, i am going to KL soon too

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    1. Just a short one day trip. Hope you enjoy your holiday in KL.

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  2. Thanks for the photos. I have not been on a hop on hop off in KL yet. Lai Fong is famous for the beef noodles though I have not eaten there for a long time because it is always full house so I went to eat elsewhere.

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    1. Our first experience with hop on hop off and Lai Foong beef noodles.

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  3. Seems like a very entertaining trip!

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  4. That must be the well know beef noodle place. Looks like you had quite a nice time in KL riding on the KL-Hop On-Hop Off. I myself have not tried it yet!

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    1. We couldn't complete the whole route but anyway it was quite entertaining.

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  5. Hello Nancy!
    The beef soups look so delicious!
    Wonderful pictures from your tour to KL!
    The buildings are very impressive!
    Like the photos with the rain droplets and the preety bridge!
    Enjoy your new week!
    Dimi...

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  6. Muy interesante Nancy, preciosas fotos. Besos.

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  7. Lovely set of photos thanks for sharing the bus trip with us, interesting. Diane

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  8. I love all the food you post. I'm hungry now.

    What a lovely city to explore.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  9. Me gusta la ciudad. Besitos.

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  10. Oh wow all the food looks super yummy and warm. Thanks for share with us darling
    xx

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  11. You took us on a wonderful tour, a joy to see different places.

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  12. So many interesting things to see.The pedestrian bridge has beautiful metalwork!! I have never seen a bus like this! So cheerful and unusual!! I would love to ride on it. Little India is very interesting! Even the sidewalk! So you have made a very dreary day cheerful and interesting!

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  13. Love your review as always ))

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  14. I have used a hop on hop off bus service in several places around the world and they are, as you say, very convenient and usually quite inexpensive.

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    1. I heard that our city is going to start the service soon.

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  15. That looks like a wonderful city to explore. Some cities around here have the hop on hop off busses, too.

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    1. We are waiting for the service to start in our city.

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  16. I like such bus service. It is a wonderful way to explore the city.

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  17. The hop on hop off buses do come in handy for tourists. We have them here, but they don't operate over the winter.

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  18. Salute to you! Can have the energy to hip hop in KL! hahaha

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  19. Oh I'm a big fan of Lai Foong - like the beef noodles and char siew rice. But haven't been there for many years since I stopped working nearby.

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    1. I will try the other stalls if I have the chance to visit KL again.

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