Suria KLCC is degrading, it was a high class mall and soon to be take over by other new mall popping up in Kuala Lumpur. It was so crowded, so many people until they have to charge people for the toilet on the ground floor. =) I think it’s a kind of work for reducing crowds getting into the toilet.
I was having a stomachache, looking for the nearest toilet to clear my stomach and when I saw this I was like “Holy shit”, then I moved up a floor, the toilet was occupied and I “Holy shit” again, fed up I took the lift up to the higest level in the mall and the toilet was lovely, quiet and nice for making an “afternoon business” or so call shit.
On the other scene, no filming activity is allowed in the mall. I was thinking that I can help promoting the mall if I am allowed to take photograph in it, though there’s actually nothing nice for me to shoot inside.
The only photo I got in the mall which was not confined to the ground floor was the above. I had nice afternoon late tea meal at Starbucks Coffee, I was just too bored so I went to Starbucks Coffee to surf the net for a couple of hour while waiting mom shopping around the mall. I wanted to watch a movie there but then the line was too long and time was limited to me.
When we were done with everything, it’s time to go somewhere else in Bukit Bintang. We thought taxi in KL is metered and if it is, it will be nice to move around in Kuala Lumpur but damn that it is not. A taxi driver even quoted us RM60 for 2 person to Bukit Bintang, it was so near and frankly, nobody will even board a such expensive cab.
The notes above will never leads you to a metered taxi. Instead, we took the subway and the skyway (monorail) to Bukit Bintang, not even RM10 for 2 person but it sucks. I gonna talk about the train in Kuala Lumpur soon to share my experience on it. Sucks.