How I missed you, KL ❤

I missed KL so much. The last time I went to KL was the time I had my 17-hours transit bound to Haneda. The huge urge of having a trip to KL was high. So why not I make another trip? There’s quite a handful reasons to be there. Muahahaha! I made a friendship with a lady (via Lonely Planet) who does solo-travelling as well. Thus, we met during this trip since she stays at Damansara, Selangor.

I took WTS travel during this trip. Anyway, it depart at Tampines MRT which is convenient to me. However, I need to make a transit at Big Box, Jurong East as the coach that I boarded in the morning was meant for passengers who are going to Malacca. The bus took about 5 hours to reach which inclusive of custom immigration. Very smooth, afterall (both inbound & outbound). I’d recommend people taking this coach if you’re willing to splurge $70 on a return trip.

Look at the legroom!!! Spacious, ain’t it? 😀
Just a random shot whilst I was in the bus
When the bus stops at Yong Peng (I guess?), I had this delicious Egg Tart although it’s oily. Yummz!

By the time the bus dropped a few of us at Furama Hotel, it was 12:45pm and I still have lots of time before I could officially check-in the hostel that I booked. Since my bag are bulky, so I thought of placing my bags at the hostel counter first. However, when I reached at the hostel, the lady receptionist told me that I can officially check-in. Woohoo!!!

My hostel stay for the next 2 nights hehe!

I’m glad that I stayed here. Everything reminds me of the trip that I had to Bangkok last year. From the bunk bed to the storage area. The female bathroom is very big. Can’t believe that they had bathtub as well xD I love it when a hostel have books/pamphlets for travellers to read. Plus point is when they installed TV so that life won’t be so mundane. This Twenty 5 by Ohana has a good view of Berjaya Times Square. If you’re lucky, you might catch the fireworks at night! :p

Boat Noodles’ fluffy bread with kaya jam


5 small bowl for one. But it’s very goooood!!

Frankly speaking, I had a good time of my life eating away at Boat Noodles. The last time I had Boat Noodles was last year but it was Amphawa that I had. But I find this much better for their broth. After I had my late lunch @ Boat Noodles, I went to shop at Kenanga Mall for tudung (headpiece for the Muslim ladies).


I managed to go Tapak – Urban Street Dining to hunt for supper. In case you don’t know, Tapak is merely a place where there are lots of food trucks gather in circles and sell their food business away. They sell fusion foods like churros, shakes, Nasi Kerabu – to name a few…

Kidz & Creme! Lovin’ their Nutella Cheesetart!!!

The next day, I met a friend that I made via Lonely Planet. She brought me to Shah Alam since I’ve always wanted to try out Kidz & Creme. Finally, my wish was granted. The spag that I had was very yummy. Now I know why people have been raving their Nutella Cheesetart. Gracious goodness!!!! This friend of mine brought me to places like Publika & One Utama Shopping Mall. My favourite place that I discovered is Publika!!! 😀

Random shot @ one of the station under Sungai Buloh-Kajang MRT Line

Soon, it will be very convenient for people (like me!) to roam around at Damansara just to cafe-hop or to window-shop with their new MRT line. Even if it’s inconvenient, there’s always Grab/Uber to book on their respective app! How convenient! 😂 (For more info, you can read here)


Pavilion with CNY vibes. Better than the ones in SG. Literally, really.

Well, it was a 5-minutes joy ride inside the train thinking that it would brought me back all the way to KL. But I was wrong. Thus, I travelled back to Sungai Buloh station & took the Komuter. The Komuter train will only bring me back to KL Sentral. 30 mins ride afterall. My first time heading to Low Yat Plaza – a shopping mall full of electronic gadgets. Similar like Sim Lim Square. After which, went to Pavilion, thinking that I could visit FashionValet but due to my health condition at that point of time, I’ve to abort my mission. I even decided to take Grab home (hostel). It costs me about RM5!


Since the hostel has a cable TV channels, I thought I should catch some movies all alone in the wee morning. Well, I did –  successfully woke up as early as 530am. At 6am, I managed to catch a movie which I’ve watched it at the cinema before. Nevertheless, I felt home in this hostel. Everything seems complete. No less. Anyway, why I woke up early was because I’d love to catch the sunrise (if that was even possible) and to settle some unfinished business (shopping, I mean!) since my departure en route to SG was at 2pm. The photo above did some justice that I successfully caught the sunrise as early as 8am.

KLCC is lit af! 😍

So I decided to go KLCC in the morning. I can’t believe how enchanting KL can be in the morning. Reminds me lots of my Japan trip. So much misses. I’m gonna spam few photos below.

How cute that they have these plushies at the counter!!


Twenty 5 by Ohana really serves a homely-vibe hostel for you backpackers. Friendly counter staffs and cleaner. Having TV is always a plus point for me. Not only that, there’s PC to surf the net and variety of travel books for the like-minded to read & research. I’d love to come here over any accommodation that I’ve ever stayed in KL. Definitely, recommendable to any solo-traveller like me.

Till then… Kuala Lumpur ❤


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