I just cannot close my eyes to the fact that visiting to Malaysia which I have been conducted for the last November 16-17, 2009 will not be forgotten.
Time really goes by, and it is really pleased for me to tell some stories again about visiting to Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia during my visit to the country last 2009. There are lots of things, not only exploring the city , but the most important is I got something new especially in the field of business contact, friendship and also opportunity to develop in the future.
It is quite difficult to find out the limit area of this Sepang Airport due to I did not have many opportunity at the time landing at the Sepang Airport in November 16th, 2009. I have heard that there were two major terminals , lost cost carrier terminal (LCCT) and also KL City Air Terminal. Both of them very confusing me though. This can be understood due to that my very first visit to Malaysia.
Begambar sekejap. Opps. Take photo in the Sepang Airport.
The photo taken in November 16h, 2009 by someone
You can watch the short Video too :))
Take a look at this ya. Its simple and funny for me :P
When you were here in the Sepang Airport, you must be patient in queue for checking your air line ticket, and I think you should be. It is a good idea for you , traveler, to go to the airport one hour earlier from the time of departure. This simple tip is very useful to avoid the possible traffic jam you might find on the street. Malaysia is a great country, and I was lucky to see Kuala Lumpur in very close range.
The Sepang International Airport also recognized as the main gate or the main airport all across Malaysia and located in the area of Selangor District.
I have never been actually in the city of Selangor. I was so lucky though when some of officials of the committee of the YES 2009 conference guide me and some other Indonesian team in the airport.
I and also some Indonesian delegates should use Monorail or subway to enter around the airport, and we did it. Not more than 10 minutes, we have been reaching the waiting room before departure to Jakarta, Indonesia.
I took this monorail or subway just for returning home. When I have reached the Sepang Airport, some officials from the YES2009 picked us up to the Malaya Hotel for two days. Its beautiful thing, isn't it?. Just take a look at the photo I have enclosed herewith too.
Unlike in Indonesia where we have to be more careful of the possibility being stolen by thieve or pocket taker, you will be safe and sound during traveling in the heart of the city, Kuala Lumpur. However I was lucky to be there in KL during the YES 2009 conference, but I had very little opportunity to see around the city.
Unlike in Indonesia, whose traffic jam and "macet" can be found very easily , there in the heart of the country, Kuala Lumpur, we hardly find "macet" or any traffic jam around the city. I and my other Indonesian friends would love to see around the market and shopping center of the city within a walk and we basically love to walk around. Walking is a good sport , cheap and easy to do by everyone , right? We did it
So cool city here I have seen it. Kuala Lumpur is a finest city to look at.
So clean here. I hardly find any garbage on the street. Very comfortable city.
I walked through this street with happy, and enjoy those wonderful buildings.
Photo by Asep Haryono
The street is very clean and well organized. I have seen many useful information from traveler like me which need many additional information kit from local people. I have asked some question to KL people about the direction to Petronas Twin Towers, and the KL people so friendly and warm in answering my questions. The KL people would love to help visitors to reach the Tower. Thanks so much to all people there in Kuala Lumpur.
I wish I could reach the top of the Tower. Photo by Asep Haryono
I have seen this Petronas Twin Tower, and I could imagine how they are playing the movie and imagined some stories behind the scenes just viewing this giant tower of Malaysia. The movie also taken in the Bukit Jalil LRT station However, I have never been in the Bukit Jalil, and I wish I could see the Bukit Jalil too someday.
There are lots of side stories during my very first visit to Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia in some other times, especially about the outcome of the Youth Engagement Summit (YES) 2009 in full reports and photos at sometime in the future. The stories next will include some personal experiences in hunting local merchandises, culinary journey, and other interesting stuffs. (Asep Haryono)