After coming to Petaling Jaya/Kuala Lumpur here, I didn’t really have time to move around the city or around where I live to check out the places. I have been like not at here for the past weekends and it’s pretty hard to move around without a car. KTM and LRT station is far, the problem is going there. I haven’t tried taking the public bus, Rapid KL yet, wonder is it the same like my Penang’s Rapid Penang or not. I like to take the public bus in Penang because the bus stand was just right in front of my house and the buses come like very frequently, I am not sure about here.
So last week, after class, my lovely housemate, Ju Siong from Ipoh drove us around to buy stuff. We wanted to go to Sunway Pyramid and to the laundry but without any reason, we went to Empire Shopping Gallery which is somewhere new to walk and check it out.
The shopping mall is pretty new and there’s still many shop haven’t open yet. Located near to Subang Parade and I don’t know want how to describe the location, it’s small but it’s cool. There’s many nice shops selling not very low price stuffs. Although I hardly afford stuffs at there but I feel like walking at there because of the new-ness and not very crowded. I like malls that are not super crowded like Mid Valley Megamall or Sunway Pyramid in the weekend. It’s an ocean of people during weekend at there. Big city, WOW.
Went to check out the toilet of course. Haha. A good toilet is not all about the design, it’s about the cleaniness and the available of tissue at the WC area. =D LOL. Do you realise that Malaysian’s toilet doesn’t like to give people tissue paper? Sucks right.
I found Material, a Muji-copycat at there too. This store is so much smaller compare to the one in Queenbay Mall, Penang though.
Walked around the whole mall, nothing much to see, no cinema and we went into pet shop to see dogs. Haha. I realised that in Penang, there’s no pet shop in the shopping mall but they do have here. Cool. Can see dogs and puppys, but no pet snake.
After seeing dogs, taking photos of the cute little dog, we waited Han Tek, housemate from Penang, to do his haircut at those RM13 quickcut shop and I want to tell you something, the quickcut was so not quick. Luckily I had my haircut in Penang. Woo.
Small mall but cool place. Hopefully there’s a cinema!