Sunday, August 11, 2013

KL (?)

In two weeks, I'll be going to watch another Blue Moon Concert in KL. It'll be my 3rd time and I still can't get enough of those blue lights, guitar-bass-drum sounds, a little scream here and there, and let myself loose into fangirling world for 120 mins non-stop ;)

The big question is... What should I do for the rest of my trip in KL? I'll be going on 23rd of Aug, catch up with Blue Moon on 24th, and flying back home on 26th.

The last time I went to KL on 2010, I visited Putra Jaya, KLCC, and Bukit Bintang shopping area. I won't be able to slip a journey to another city (e.g. Johor for Lego Land T.T) and neither have any plan to stroll around many shopping malls, so some things that already came up in my mind is IKEA and find places to eat, eat, and, eat.

After dug into some foodie and travel blogs, these are my plan so far.


Well, it's like an unwritten obligation to visit this Swedish furnishing store.
It's located in Damansara. I should take the train (LRT) to Kelana Jaya then catch a bus or free shuttle bus to reach IKEA.
I keep my eyes on these sweet little things.

2. Yut Kee Kopitiam

I heard it's the oldest kopitiam in Kuala Lumpur, located in Dang Wangi. Better not to be missed. 
Famous for its Roti Babi. Ugh, tough choice.

3. Marafuku Japanese Udon

Never say no for Japanese food. Especially if the review said it's good!
It's gonna be a long trip to Petaling Jaya, but I think it'll be worth to try.

4. Lot 10 

Somebody said it's a food paradise in Bukit Bintang. 
Hakka noodles, hokkien mee, come come to mommy :)

5. Nasi Lemak @Village Park Restaurant

Nasi Lemak. What can I say? It's a must in Malaysia.
Another trip to Damansara Jaya,  I hope I can make it.

Still got no clue for coffee trip or dessert journey. Let me dig another hole for a while :) 


  1. All the things you want to buy at IKEA are sooo
    cute, I really have to go there again soon, too. ;)

    1. Hello Laura! Greetings from Jakarta! I looked up your blog, are you in England right now? It seemed like a lovely trip! :)