Documenting My Journey~

Category: Travelogue

Procrastinating…at Teluk Segadas, Pangkor Island @ Perak.


Well, actually this is a veryyyyy old post till I really can’t remember exactly when is the date we go there, lulz~ But anyway, just for a record purposes, I decided to publish this post.

I went there with my housemate and all three of us went there by a night train from Kuala Lumpur Sentral station. To cut things short, we arrived at Lumut Jetty at 9.00 AM. Then after we bought our ferry ticket *The ferry time frequency is every 1 hour*, we went for breakfast at the stall nearby.

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Makanan Laut Terbaik di Selangor!! @ Restoran Aroma Ikan Bakar, Kuala Selangor.

Or in English, Yummy Seafoods @ Aroma Ikan Bakar Restaurant, Kuala Selangor, Selangor.


Yeah guys, finally have the time to update this blog. Okay this time I want to blog about one good Halal Seafood Restaurant in Selangor. Okay2, I know it was too overated for me to described this Restaurant as “Terbaik (The Best) di Selangor”. I believed there are more good Restaurant out there, but this restaurant did impress me not only with their food, but something else. I will tell more below~

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Malaysian’s First Speed Train, ETS KTMB – Part 2.


Okay, I’ve explain to you some about this ETS service in the first part of it. You may refer it HERE. I think the post is too long, so I will continue here.

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Panoramic View of Ipoh Train Station waiting area. *click to enlarge*

The train interior.

In the train, they have TV set. They show some cartoon programme and sometimes I see some new movie trailer being shown. This was quite nice I think.

They also give you the power socket. So if it happen some of you want to use your laptop or want to charge your drying batteries, you may do it.


The toilet was very neat. It has a good scent also. =) Train also clean, and new. But I don’t really like the seat, It was like the Rapid KL busses seat, huhu.


 The train was new and it’s very comfortable during the trip.

However, I would like to suggest them some other features they could offer. Please have Free WIFI. Please, Please, Please. I know it would be possible to do it.

I believe that’s all for now that I could review for this ETS service. Enjoy some picture below after the break.

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Malaysian’s First Speed Train, ETS KTMB. – Part 1


Last time, on my other blog, I had wrote on my experience taking the ETS train from Ipoh to KL. I had the great experience though. But now, I want to, sort of, made a review on this great service offered by the KTMB.


So, what is ETS?

ETC stands for Electronic Train Service, launched in 2010. It first route was between Ipoh (Perak) to KL Sentral (Kuala Lumpur) to Seremban (Negeri Sembilan), but will be extending throughout the west side on Malaysia to Padang Besar and Johor Bahru.


About the Train and Service.

It fast. Actually it not lah as fast as the one in China, but we Malaysians had small country so this train was already good enough for us. It can go about 160kmph on top speed. Maybe because the design of the train and the rail was not made to go too fast.


Mostly it runs between 140 to 160 km/h.

It also very accurate in time yaww. Normally, it will only late for like 5 minutes and below. However, I’m not guaranteed this okay, you know, even in country like Japan, problem might happen~who knows~Every ticket will stated the time you’ll depart and time you will arrive. And also the time estimated for the journey. And I’ve been riding for 3 times all are very sharp in timing

There are 2 types of train available. Express train and Shuttle train. Obviously the Express train will be faster than Shuttle train rite?!haha~Because the Express train will stop to other stations lesser in its journey. The estimated time for Express is 1 hour 45 minutes, Shuttle 2 hours and 15 minutes.


Comparisons with other public transportations.

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Malaysian’s Premium @ JW Marriott Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.


OMG I’m so excited to blog about this yaww. This is my first hotel review. Last week I get to experienced one of the exclusive hotel franchise in the world, which is the JW Marriott Hotel Group. As some of us know, JW Marriott is a quite famous hotel group, they have so many branches in the world, ie Indonesia, Malaysia, US, and many more. Apart from having a lot of branches, they also offer a 5 Star hospitality to their hotel guest. But, mostly they are famous with the bombing attack at their’s Jakarta Hotel. Hope this will not happened in Malaysia.

The JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur is located at Jalan Bukit Bintang, just in front of Pavilion Mall main entrance. So the location is a very strategic location inside the KL’s golden triangle. Anyway, I’ll give the detail location map and GPS coordinate at the end of this post.

Talking about my stay here, I’m just amazed with this place. Yeah, I’ve never get the opportunity to go such an exclusive place like this before. But this time it came as my father had to go for some training here. The stay was sponsored, so there is no such thing for you to get jealous with me okay, hehe~ :blublublu:

The Hotel

JW Marriott is located on the same building with Starhill Gallery. There are a lot of exclusive and expensive boutique here. So if you are a type of person who has a very high taste you will love this place. But if you don’t, just make sure you have a lot of money to go here, every items here is above RM 500 for sure. ok kidding2~

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DSC02655 [EatzMe]Swimming Pool View.

Enjoy more picture after the break. There are some nude interesting pictures I managed to take, like the condition of the room, the view from the room and also the toilet. So please read more~

P/s: Warning large amount of picture ahead.

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