LOCAL MARKET IN KUALA LUMPUR – VIDEO
Here you can see all the varied items you may find in Malaysia and how the Malaysians are very nice and funny people!
– Great place for bargain and find clothes, souvenirs, electronic items…
– «Terima Kahsi» means «Thank you», the best word in world.
– Best way to move around Kuala Lumpur is metro and Uber.
– And better than Uber is «Grab», a similar app more used in the area.
– Jalan Petaling Market is located in the Chinatown area with also shops of Indian, Malay and Bangladesh, it closes around 11pm.
– It is totally covered by a roof and the street is pedestrianed.
JALAN PETALING LOCAL MARKET
HOW TO DEAL AND BARGAIN – VIDEO
It is covered by a roof so perfect for rainiy and hot days!
I like colorful t shirts!
You can find many things here. Including backpacks (not sure about the quality…)
I got that cap after dealing a lot!
Finally we became friends from the guy of the shop. Example of watches you may find in the markert.
2.30pm – Sri Mahamariamman Temple
After shopping we walked around to see this temple whis was next.
You have to get into barefoot by paying 20cents of a ringgit to this nice guy.
Inside the temple.
Do you find me?
The nice guy always smililng! Nice people everyone in Malaysia!
4.00pm – Lunch in McDonalds
After lunch we check out in the hostel and got an UBer to the bus station as we are going to Melaka.
5.30pm – Bus Station TBS
We didnt have the tickets (as we couldnt manage by the website) and there was a long line.
The price was 10MYR per person, one way.
Important! If you are traveling by bus from Kuala Lumpur to Melaka, get your bus tickets in advance, as use to be busy and full.
We couldnt get the next bus as it was full so we had to wait in the station couple hours for our bus.
The guy of the tickets. (everyone speaks English here)
The bus station is super big! And there are a lot of options to eat.
The real ticket.
10.30pm – Arrival to Melaka
«Accomodation» in Voyage Guest House (Melaka) for a total price of 99.99MYR (around 20 euros) for 1 night and 3 people. (which means around 6.6 euros per person per night)
We have a private room for 3 people.
Managed by Hostelworld: www.spanish.hostelworld.com/hosteldetails.php/Voyage-Guest-House/Melaka/25770#propname
A sharing room.
The place was good!
11.00pm – Jonker Street
Don’t miss the popular night market in Jonker Street where find varied food, art galleries, shops, from 6pm to midnight.
Very nice little ladies
And this…yes! This is a tuk-tuk! Crazy!
The two babies about to sleep (protected from mosquitos)