The last trip we walked a lot. This trip we took a lot of car ride. Both trips I ended up with backache. L But this trip we were with the local, moving around and looking for nice food is definitely much easier.
This time our accommodation was arranged by my future sis in law’s family. We reached KL in the afternoon and took an hour ride to our resort. The excitement over our accommodation dies off once I saw the place we will be staying for the next 2 days. I miss Berjaya Times Square. Anyway now, this is history.
The last trip (3D2N); we have visited places like Sungei Wang, Lot 10, Berjaya Times Square, KLCC, Central market and Chinatown. This round we don’t have a lot of time to shop. We only got a half a day on the second day of our trip for shopping, thus my future SIL brought us to MidValley, the mega mall in KL.
I like this mall as compared to all the malls I have shopped during my last trip. This mall is the largest mega mall in KL. As I said we don’t have much time to shop, I headed Jusco Baby dept to get something for Yvette. Jusco is just like all shopping dept where you can find in Singapore. But there is one section really catches one attention. There is an edutainment centre, Megakidz inside the mall. COOL!
After getting what I need for Yvette, 5 adults and a baby went ahead to have fun in this edutainment centre. We (I and hubby) took ride with Yvette. Yes Yes YES. Adult is able to sit with baby, toddler inside the rides. This is not possible in Singapore. (I always have the wish for to take ride with Yvette whenever we pass by any.) And my wish is realized in KL. MALAYSIA BOLEH!
The nursing room in this mall is “unique” too. A cot is attached to the room. Hmmm, well thought.
We had seafood for dinner after our R&R. But getting there, the place for our dinner is really a distance. No wonder ppl in Malaysia need a car. :S This make me like Singapore (SG). :S:S:S Yvette was very cranky during the car ride. Baby really can’t stay in a car for too long.
On coming back from KL, clearing Malaysia custom is a nightmare. This is the first time; we nearly “missed” our flight. The queue for the foreign passport is OMG. And there were only 6 counters open for service. Let me not go into details on this. Not a pleasant experience. Fortunately the plane was late, if not… =.=!
P/S: If yr baby is taking Nestle Gold Oats with prune, it worthwhile to buy a few boxes back to SG. It only cost RM 7.20 in KL (S$3 using 2.4 exchange rate.) SG is selling at S$4.30 to S$5 in all supermarkets.