• 17
  • May
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Bukit Tabur


ironwulf wrote:

I have always been a nature person. Given a choice if I’ll hang around a mall or the countryside I’ll definitely choose the latter. With my friend already off back to Singapore by bus yesterday, I’m on my own on my last day in Kuala Lumpur. So what am I to do on this city of skyscrapers and railways before I fly out by night? I’ve already explored the Mini-forest at Bukit Nanas near the Menara Tower and been around the malls and parks in the city. So very early in the morning I went to the nearest LRT, bought a ticket and took the first train to Wangsa Maju station since I decided to go a bit out of town to climb Bukit Tabur in Taman Melawati.

can’t believe this is near KL…lol


  • 07
  • Dec
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What Diff between Life in KL and Sing?


Mr. B wrote:

It has been almost 100 days since I relocated from Malaysia back to Singapore. Much has happened…… like…

Singapore vs Malaysia:
There are subtle and non-subtle differences between Singapore(an) and Malaysia(n)…. some of them are:
Singaporen are really Kiasu. Example, at MRT, there is always a big rush to get into the train - disregarding who is coming out. However, it there is a queue, they usually stay in line.

Malaysians: almost never form a queue line. Even if there was one, someone would pretend not to see the line and just slide in front of you. Usually, they jump the queue of ladies. Most of the time, nobody says anything to the queue jumper. In fact, when you make a fuss to the queue jumper, the rest of the people in the line look embarassed and give you the feeling that you are rude and inconsiderate. Hey! Who is the victim here. Man! Once I just tap the shoulder of a guy who slided in front of me at the LRT, and then pointed with my finger for him to move to the back of the line. He looked ’shocked’ as if he did nothing. But when I maintained silent, but firmly staring at him, he move to the next line and slide into the middle of the line!!! And others looked away…

Have to agree on the last part, the last time I raised my voice to let people clear some space for an old lady to get out of the LRT, I get stared at by people trying to rush into the train…


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