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Laluan Pejalan Kaki Berbumbung Siap Februari Depan, Kata Raja Nong Chik

KUALA LUMPUR, 28 Sept (Bernama) — Projek laluan pejalan kaki berbumbung fasa pertama yang dibangunkan di sekitar ibu negara, akan siap menjelang Februari tahun depan, kata Menteri Wilayah Persekutuan dan Kesejahteraan Bandar Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.

Beliau berkata laluan itu yang turut dilengkapi kemudahan untuk golongan orang kelainan upaya (OKU), dibina bagi menggalakkan orang ramai menggunakan pengangkutan awam bagi mengurangkan kesesakan jalan raya.

“Alhamdulillah, saya tengok progres yang dibuat oleh Prasarana (Syarikat Prasarana Sdn Bhd) serta yang dibentangkan oleh Petronas, adalah menggalakkan,” katanya kepada pemberita selepas melawat projek itu yang terletak berhampiran Pasar Seni di sini hari Selasa.

Raja Nong Chik berkata laluan pejalan kaki dari Stesen Transit Aliran Ringan (LRT) ke bangunan Pasar Seni, kini siap 90 peratus manakala laluan dari bangunan Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur di Jalan Raja Laut ke stesen Bandaraya, siap 40 peratus, manakala dari stesen Bandaraya ke Medan Tuanku pula siap sebanyak 10 peratus.

Beliau berkata, selain itu, laluan pejalan kaki berbumbung dari Pusat Konvensyen Kuala Lumpur (KLCC) ke Hotel Impiana yang dibina oleh KLCC (Holdings) Sdn Bhd, sebuah anak syarikat Petronas, juga dijangka siap Februari tahun depan.



Food heaven at Golden Triangle: part 1

You’ll find any kind of food that you ever wanted to try in the Golden Triangle. For budget streetside food, there is Jalan Alor (although the area is becoming a little too touristy), while expensive restaurants line Changkat Bukit Bintang. Jalan Imbi and the roads running off it have many Chinese restaurants. Jalan Bukit Bintang near the intersection with Jalan Sultan Ismail is becoming the focal point of KL’s Middle Eastern restaurants. All the malls in the Golden Triangle have foodcourts where you can try local and international fare in comfortably air-conditioned surroundings.



Budget restaurants, and “street stalls” are located almost everywhere in town, and these are good places to try the “real” Malaysian food, though hygiene can be sometimes an issue.

  • Lot 10 Food court, Lot 10 Shopping Complex basement – Provides an excellent spread of Malaysian food in hygienic and air-conditioned comfort at prices that are only slightly above those outdoors. (Note: As of 1 Nov 2009, the basement of Lot 10 now has a supermarket, not a food court. The food court at the Pavilion may provide an alternative.)
Lot 10 Food Court

Lot 10 Food Court

  • Sungei Wang Food court, on top floor of Sungei Wang, one of the cheapest food courts in the area, big selection of Chinese rice dishes, plus other stalls selling Chinese, Indian and vegetarian dishes.
  • Signatures Food Court, 2nd Floor, Suria KLCC – Very good selection of Malaysian specialities from throughout the country. During lunchtime very popular with the employees of the Petronas Tower.
Signatures Food Court

Signatures Food Court

  • Laksa Shack, Second Floor Suria KLCC – Specializes in nothing but the many forms of the Malaysian laksa noodle (all RM8.60), but the sour Assam Laksa is usually the top seller.
  • Nasi Kandar Pelita,  149, Jalan Ampang (opp Corus Hotel) – A huge outlet of Malaysia’s largest nasi kandar chain, with long queues snaking out at lunchtime. Ordering is easy, just choose and point, but be sure to ask for their specialty kuah campur (mixed gravy), meaning that you get half a dozen curry sauces splashed on top. Air-con available upstairs. Open 24 hours, most servings RM5-10.
Nasi Kandar Pelita

Nasi Kandar Pelita

Mid range

  • Asian Flavours Food Court, 4th Floor, Suria KLCC – A collection of restaurants offering both Malaysian and international fare. Among them are:
    • Madam Kwan’s, Lot 420/421, Fourth Floor, Suria KLCC – Very popular restaurant with excellent local fare in a pleasant ambience. Try the nasi lemak (RM12.80) or the meltingly smooth beef rendang (RM6.80), and wash it down with a bowl of sweet green chendol (RM5.50). Get there early to beat the queues.


  • Bijan ,  3 Jln Ceylon – Modern-styled décor in a home-like setting with outdoor verandah-garden compliments the well prepared (though perhaps slightly overpriced) Malaysian food. Classy patrons and impeccible service however make it worth a try. Around 60-90RM per adult.
Bijan Restaurant

Bijan Restaurant

  • Seri Angkasa,  Atop KL Tower – A revolving restaurant that has a good reputation, but is (inevitably) fairly steeply priced. The RM65++ lunch buffet is comparatively good value. (RM40-45 for afternoon tea, RM140 for dinner accompanied by piano either 6-9pm or 9-11pm slot, reservations almost essential for evenings)



  • Jalan Alor stalls – This is now one of KL’s busy food streets and coffeeshops with chairs and tables placed right on the sidewalk line the entire street. You’ll be able to find the usual coffeeshop fare like Hokkien fried noodles, wantan mee, char koay teow, bak kut teh, grilled seafood, chicken rice and the works. All places sell bottled or canned beer. The prices may not be the lowest in KL but certainly still affordable.
Jalan Alor stalls

Jalan Alor stalls

  • Super Noodle House, LG-001, Lower Ground, Sungai Wang Shopping Centre, Jalan Sultan Ismail. Tel: +60-3-21424729. Location: 3°8’41.39″N ; 101°42’41.21″E – One of the best Hong Kong-style restaurants in KL. Menu includes porridge, wantan mee or chicken rice. Good food with reasonable pricing.

Mid range

  • Hakka Restaurant, 6 Jalan Kia Peng. Tel: +60-3-21431907 or +60-3-21431908 – There are many restaurants serving Hakka food in KL, but this is the only one named “Hakka restaurant” . Located within a stone’s throw from the newly-opened KL Convention Centre the Hakka Restaurant is now at the junction of Jalan Kia Peng and Jalan Bukit Bintang near the Pavilion shopping complex. Hakka Restaurant has been serving up its famous dishes for more than 40 years in KL. Try the chicken, sharksfin and shiitake wrapped in lettuce or the ever-popular stewed pork with steamed mantou dumplings. Patrons may opt for indoor air-conditioned seating or enjoy the breezy night air at the el-fresco section with a cold beer. A definite must-try for the ex-pat, most dishes RM10-20.
  • Overseas restaurant, 84-88 Jalan Imbi, Tel+603-21449911

This is one of the most popular Chinese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur attracting a clientele ranging from local billionaires to middle class families. The reason is the food is outstanding and if you care to take a little time and book a day or two earlier you can order any number of special dishes that are typically but not necessarily more expensive. Service is haphazard and as prices are cheap, a discrete tip to one of the Captains and the waitress however, will change everything. Favorite dishes here include the ‘Har Lok” which are large river prawns cooked in a thick soya based sauce(order well before you arrive at the restaurant), the suckling pig sandwich, the asam fish (your choice of fish, usually pomfret cooked in tangy sauce, Char siew (honey roasted pork- very popular so order at least before you arrive), Ngow Lum (Beef Brisket in Clay pot-advance order day before), Double boiled chicken soup(advance order), Belly of pork braised with salt fish in a clay pot, steamed fish, Roasted baby Duck.The Beggar duck, sweet and Sour Pork and the double fried rice are also delicious although many of the dishes are meant for plain steamed rice.

Have fun at the famous Golden Triangle

Although the main thing to do in the Golden Triangle is shopping and savouring its nightlife, you can also indulge is some cultural activities like watching performances both local and international, and maybe even try your hand at batik painting. Several five-star hotels in this district are starting to offer spa treatments, albeit in urban confines. You’ll also find Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park here.


  • Dewan Filharmonik Petronas, Petronas Twin Towers, KLCC – The home of the well-regarded Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra is nestled at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers, offering performances of classical music most Saturdays at 8:30 PM and Sundays at 3:00 PM, with tickets starting at just RM25. Advance bookings are possible online. Note that a strict dress code applies: long sleeve batik or lounge suit for gala and evening performances, “smart casual” (no jeans, shorts, T-shirts, sneakers and slippers) for other performances.
Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

Dewan Filharmonik Petronas

  • Saloma Theatre Restaurant, 139, Malaysian Tourism Centre, Jalan Ampang. Tel: +60-3-21610122. Fax: +60-3-21629122 – Yes, its does have a manufactured, dinner-entertainment quality to it but this may be your only opportunity to see the full colour and splendour of Malaysian cultural performances. Shows are held between 20:30 and 21:30.

Theme Park

  • Cosmo’s World, 4th to 9th Floor, Berjaya Times Square (Monorail Imbi). Noon-10PM. Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, located on the upper floors of the giant Berjaya Times Square mall and particularly notable for its hair-raising seven-story indoor roller coaster. The park is divided into two sections, one geared for small children, the other for those who want a little more excitement; one ticket gets you into both. Adults(Foreigner;RM38 on weekday, RM43 on weekend and holiday , Children(Foreigner;RM28 on weekday, RM33 on weekend and holiday.

Cosmo's World

Cosmo's World

Arts and craft

  • Karyaneka, Jalan Conlay, off Jalan Raja Chulan – A government-set up which showcases Malaysian art and craft. You can get the chance to dabble at batik painting or basket weaving here.




  • Pamper Zone, Unit 6-8-2 Plaza 393 Queen Park Ave. Starhill Gallery, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Tel. +603 9287-3933 – An impressive cluster of spas whose services offerings range from world class, all day treatments (RM600), to affordable facials and one hour long full body massages (RM100).

Marine Park Experience

Aquaria KLCC Presents Marine Park Experience

Date     :     May 30 – Dec 31, 2009
Time     :     11AM – 8PM (last admission 7PM)
Venue     :     Aquaria KLCC
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Concourse Level Kuala Lumpur

Organiser     :     Aquaria KLCC
Phone     :     +6 03 2333 1888
Fax     :     +6 03 2380 0069
Website     :
Category     :     Arts, Culture and Entertainment

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

From May 30 till December 31, 2009, Malaysians, expatriates and tourists can now enjoy an experiential time and learn more about Malaysia’s marine parks at the city’s only 60,000 sq. ft. aquarium.

Interesting information about the beautiful islands from Payar Island, Perhentian Island, Redang Island, Tioman Island, Tinggi Island, Rusukan Islands and clusters, includes the land and marine facts as well as the important role of Marine Parks Malaysia, the governmental department that manages and protects the natural beauty and marine life surrounding these islands.

With a fresh makeover to its popular ‘Journey of Water’ theme, the entire aquarium is now featuring new wall-to-wall superb images of various island views showing the beauty of our Marine Parks with new exhibit sections covering the Electric Corner, Reptiles, Butterflies, Moths, Beetles, Turtles, Seahorses and many more.

Audio visuals that have remained a key component providing valuable knowledge and information about the exhibits to visitors have been further enhanced to feature the Marine Parks. Systems in place included wall projections, plasma TVs, interactive kiosks and voiceovers.

Visitors and especially children will also be amazed with life sized models of the Barracuda, Anglerfish, Hammerhead, Great White Shark and Sun Fish at the Discovery Zone.

Partners in this program include Marine Parks Malaysia, Museum Negara and Johor National Park.

Aquaria KLCC is open daily from 11AM till 8PM (last admission at 7PM). Entrance fee is RM38 for adults and RM26 for children (3 to 12 years). MyKad holders get a cheaper rate of RM28 for adults and RM22 for children (3 to 12 years). Senior citizens (60 years and above) are charged RM22 per pax, and infants (3 years and below) get in free.

Entrance fee for the Aquazone Fish Therapy Centre is RM30 per adult, RM22 per child (3 to 12 years), RM22 per senior citizen (60 years and above) and free for infants (3 years and below).

For more information, check out their website at, or call them at +6 03 2333 1888, or fax them at +6 03 2380 0069.

Aquaria, KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Big Sales~! .:part 4: Guess & Hush Puppies:.

Ok! Now we’re getting to part 4. Hmm.. I guess the sequence is not proper, please pardon me about that.

Who don’t know Guess and Hush Puppies brand? Well, only people who don’t like branded stuff don’t know. These 2 names are widely known and people are waiting for the sales. And if that happen, you don’t even know where to start shopping because everything is so cool and too many people in the shop. So, don’t waste your time and start ‘f1ing’ your way to the shops.

There are so many of them in KL, and you can find them in the map below.

1. Guess 50% off Sale

Sale : 26-Nov-2009  To 30-Nov-2009

Enjoy 50% off every 2nd item at GUESS. (Additional 10% off nee purchase if you’re a HSBC Credit Cardmember.)


1. Weld shopping centre

2. Mid Valley City & Megamall

3. Suria KLCC

4. Bangsar Village II

5. Pavillion, KL

6. The Gardens, Mid valley

2. Hush Puppies Warehouse Sale

Sale : 27-Nov-2009  To 06-Dec-2009

Sale in section: Apparel, Footwear, Bedlinen and Luggage


1. The Gardens, Mid Valley

2. Bangsar Shopping Centre

3. Suria KLCC

4. Lot10

5. Mid Valley Megamall

Hope you enjoy the shopping! Or, enjoy your window shopping! ^_^

Big Sales~! .:part 3: Isetan:.

Do you know that Isetan is having big sales right now? hmm.. well, it’s time for year end sales rite? Actually, I was looking for some tableware for my house and I just found out that Isetan is having year end sale, and I wanna share the info with you guys. The prices are quite ok, plus they cut the prices till 70% off. That’s quite a percentage rite?

The location, most of us know where Isetan is, –> KLCC, Lot10 and The gardens (Mid Valley). The Sale is just in short period, so why wait till last minute? Lets grab them now! Or you will regret it!

Living & Gift Fair

Jewellery Fair

Branded Tableware

Watch Fair

Men’s Apparel, Footwear & Luggage Fair

Lingerie Fair

Supermarket Value Buy

Supermarket Confectionery Fair

Children Wear Clearance

Casio Watch Fair