Travelling Plan : Kuala Lumpur (5 days)

It’s a bit late but I am here to fulfill my promise to post the actual Itinerary I made for our 5-day Malaysian Trip.
I hope it helps!!
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Created by : Shiela Smc

Date : 16 Oct 2016 to 20 Oct 2016

Cities : Kuala lumpur

Day 1 :
Start Time of Journey : 10:00 am

16 Oct 2016
10:00 am

Aquaria klcc

Address : Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Complex, Jalang Pinang, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 10:30 am I Close Time : 8:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Starbucks Cafe NZ
  • Ticket Price : 64 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-323331888 )

16 Oct 2016
1:38 pm

Klcc park

Address : JalanAmpang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Cafeteria Food stalls

16 Oct 2016
3:56 pm

Bukit bintang

Address : Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
  • Time required to see : 04 hrs 00 min

16 Oct 2016
7:05 pm

Berjaya times square theme park

Address : Berjaya Times Square, 1, JalanImbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 12:00 pm I Close Time : 10:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 03 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : McDonald’s De Asia Cafe
  • Ticket Price : 38 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-321173118 )

16 Oct 2016
9:30 pm

Arenaa star hotel

  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min

Day 2 :
Start Time of Journey : 9:00 am

17 Oct 2016
9:00 am

Sultan abdul samad building

Address : Jalan Raja | Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Time required to see : 00 hrs 15 min
  • Eatouts : Spring Garden restaurant
  • ( Contact No. : +60-322678088 )

17 Oct 2016
10:21 am

Masjid jamek

Address : JalanMahkamah Persekutuan, City Centre, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 4:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Citin Hotel Bhakti Woodland – best cafe for vegetarian food McDonalds
  • ( Contact No. : +60-326933708 )

17 Oct 2016
11:27 am

Kuala lumpur city gallery

Address : No. 27Jalan Raja, DataranMerdeka,, 50050 DataranMerdeka, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 6:30 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 30 min
  • Eatouts : Cafeteria Precious Old China Gingers Restaurant
  • Ticket Price : 5 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-326983333 )

17 Oct 2016
12:59 pm

National textile museum

Address : 50050, 26, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 6:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • ( Contact No. : +603-26943457 )

17 Oct 2016
2:04 pm

Central market

Address : Jalan Hang Kasturi, 50050 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 10:00 am I Close Time : 10:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 00 hrs 30 min
  • Eatouts : Restoran Zing Kong Rasa Kelantan
  • ( Contact No. : +60-322746542 )

17 Oct 2016
3:10 pm

Sri mahamariamman temple

Address : JalanTun H S Lee, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 6:00 am I Close Time : 9:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 00 hrs 30 min
  • Eatouts : Old China Cafe Happy Meal
  • ( Contact No. : +60-320783467 )

17 Oct 2016
4:12 pm

Guanyin temple

Address : Kuan Yin Temple, JalanMaharajalela, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 7:00 am I Close Time : 5:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 00 hrs 30 min

17 Oct 2016
5:19 pm

China town

Address : Jalan Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 10:00 am I Close Time : 10:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Old China Cafe Restaurant Kim LianKee

17 Oct 2016
7:28 pm

Betel leaf

Address : 77a, Leboh Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Cuisines : Indian
  • Near By Attractions : China Town, Menara Kl Tower, Aquaria Klcc, Islamic Arts Museum, Petronas Twin Towers

17 Oct 2016
8:13 pm

Arenaa star hotel

  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Cuisines : Indian
  • Near By Attractions : China Town, Menara Kl Tower, Aquaria Klcc, Islamic Arts Museum, Petronas Twin Towers

Day 3 :
Start Time of Journey : 9:00 am

18 Oct 2016
9:00 am

Batu caves

Address : BatuCaves, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 6:00 am I Close Time : 9:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Batu Caves Restaurant Gombak star Hotel
  • Ticket Price : 3 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-322879422 )

18 Oct 2016
1:17 pm

Menara kl tower

Address : Jalan Punchak, Off Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 10:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Chinese Restaurant
  • Ticket Price : 47 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-3320205444 )

18 Oct 2016
2:44 pm

Petronas twin towers

Address : Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 9:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 30 min
  • Eatouts : Starbucks cafe NZ Shakey’s Pizza
  • Ticket Price : 85 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-323318080 )

18 Oct 2016
4:31 pm

Klcc park

Address : JalanAmpang, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Cafeteria Food stalls

18 Oct 2016
7:05 pm

Suria klcc mall

Address : 241, Jalan P Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 10:00 am I Close Time : 10:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 03 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Inside the Mall Hard Rock cafe Chinese restaurants
  • ( Contact No. : +60-323822828 )

18 Oct 2016
8:13 pm

Arenaa star hotel

  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min

Day 4 :
Start Time of Journey : 9:00 am

19 Oct 2016
9:00 am

Perdana botanical gardens

Address : JalanKebunBunga, TasikPerdana, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 7:00 am I Close Time : 8:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : The Perdana Botanical Gardens Cafe- inside the garden has fresh and quick refreshments. Hilton Kuala Lumpur

19 Oct 2016
11:12 am

The bird park

Address : KL Bird Park, 920, JalanCenderawasih, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 6:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 02 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Hornbill Restaurant & Cafe – The best refreshments served Sandwich Bar
  • Ticket Price : 50 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-322721010 )

19 Oct 2016
1:21 pm

Kuala lumpur butterfly park

Address : Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur JalanCenderawasih Kuala Lumpur
  • Open Time : 9:00 am I Close Time : 6:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min
  • Eatouts : Hornbill restaurant Hard rock cafe
  • Ticket Price : 20 MYR
  • ( Contact No. : +60-326934799 )

19 Oct 2016
3:33 pm

National mosque

Address : JalanPerdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Open Time : 6:30 am I Close Time : 7:00 pm
  • Time required to see : 00 hrs 30 min
  • Eatouts : The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf Woo Lan
  • ( Contact No. : +60-326937905 )

19 Oct 2016
4:05 pm

Arenaa star hotel

  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min

Day 5 :
20 Oct 2016

Start Time of Journey : 9:00 am

( at this point we just did some  last min shopping at Central Market, visited the church, ate at Mabuhay Fil Restaurant and  headed to the airport- all of these are near the hotel )

20 Oct 2016

9:00 am

Arenaa star hotel

  • Open Time : 12:00 am I Close Time : 12:00 am
  • Time required to see : 01 hrs 00 min

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This is the Itinerary I created at TripHobo Site. If you read my previous blog, I spoke about this website/ app that has been helping me create a really efficient travel plan. It was cool because I just copied and pasted the printable version of the itinerary here.

Please note that we sometimes exceed in times and other places we switched but we were able to follow almost all of these.

I really wanted to show you what the actual IT looks like, but this blog will not do justice, please visit this site instead and let it speak for itself:  Click Here

Disclaimer: I was not paid by Triphobo for this blog, this is me sharing my own experience.

2016: A Year that Was!


2016 was indeed a great year! I have lots of reasons to celebrate and to be thankful for.  Friends, Work, Family and Love , I think I nailed them all this year! Yeah!

As I sat in front of my laptop tapping keyboards while contemplating on what to write as a year – ender piece. So many things wander around my head. Argghhhhh.. I’m beyond thankful for all the blessings that came my way this year. I know the best is yet to come. 2017, I am so ready, but in the meantime, allow me to give you a glimpse of what my 2016 was through these snaps:

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Promotion at Work – March 2016

I'm a first - time aunt - July 2-16

I’m a first – time aunt – July 2016

5th anniversary at work - August 2016

5th anniversary at work – August 2016

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Camaya Coast Bataan – November 2016

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Stilts Batangas – July 2016

New baby in College Barkada - Sept 2016

New baby in College Barkada – Sept 2016

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Circle of Excellence Awardee- December 2016

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Malaysia with MOO – Oct 2016

Malaysia with MOO

Malaysia with MOO – Oct 2016

Kidzania with

Kidzania with ‘lilman Liam

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Kidzania with ‘lilman Liam and the best bru

Monasterio De tarlac  - July 2016

Monasterio De tarlac – July 2016

Alot of things happened in between, sooo many stories to tell, so many challenges I conquered,  a number of times i failed and rose up strong; I failed, I prayed hard,  I succeeded . I lose some, I won some. I fall, I rose, I laughed, I cried.  Some stories I opt to keep privately!  All I could say, is i survived 2016 with a happy heart.

See you next year!

Malaysia Itinerary

How I Managed a Well- organized Trip?

I met a new travel buddy and I plan to keep it my travel companion forever.

I just got back from my 5 nights/6 days Malaysian trip and I must say, I have achieved a seamless and my most organized trip so far. I was able to make plans along with duration, distance, mode of transportation and suggested locations because Triphobo made these all so easy.

I first stumbled upon this trip organizer online when I was checking for suggested itinerary for Malaysia and my upcoming trip to Hong Kong. In my quest for a detailed itinerary sample, Google brought me to TripHobo (https://www.triphobo.com/) .

So what sets this apart from other trip planners I found? Let me give you top off my list:

  • Travelers could opt to make their trips public so other travelers could check it out
  • This app could be downloaded in your mobile ( yup, I have it in my Android now)
  • Free trip plans are available
  • It gives you suggestions on where to go and how long are you ideally spending in one location
  • It gives you the liberty to move around your plan depending on your pace and your desired location for the day
  • It gives information about the attraction that you want to go to
  • It gives suggestions on the nearby location of your destinations
  • Map and printable version of a plan is available

I could go on telling what I like about this application, but I want you to discover more of this by experience. Please go ahead and check the link or better yet download it on your mobile.

To give you a snapchat, here’s  the link to the itinerary I made via Trip Hobo for 6 days in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. https://www.triphobo.com/tripplans/kuala-lumpur/itinerary-from-kuala-lumpur-57c9e4c94e8231214400097a

I’m now planning my next out of the country trip and surely, Triphobo will guide me all throughout.

Oppss, don’t get me wrong. This is not only for abroad. I also see trip plans within my own country. Look at yours too.

Disclaimer: I am not paid by Trip hobo for this blog. I just felt the need to write this because I want to share how this app helped me a lot in my recent travel.

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Why Malaysia Made Me Cry?

 

It was early February when we planned our Malaysia Trip. Joan and I   ( my childhood friend ) and one of her friends are set to go on  April 29 , 2016.

Everything has been planned out.

  • MNL – KUL tickets – check
  • KUL – MNL tickets – check
  • V garden hotel reservation – check
  • Plane tickets fro KUL to JB ( where Legoland is) – Check
  • Our bags – check

Everything seems complete except for one thing – my passport is expiring on Oct 12, 2016. – That’s a few days less than 6 months.  And I was not allowed to travel. Yes, I was at the airport , but I was not allowed to go.  I know it was my fault, I didn’t check.  I just counted the months – April to Oct is 6 months but I didn’t mind the days which turned out to be so important.

I couldn’t fly, that’s it. I tried begging at the Department of Foreign Affairs Office to extend my passport but I found out that DFA no longer gives passport extension to tourists now. You will only be granted passport extension for emergency reasons and that requires supporting documents. So my poor self couldn’t do anything – I was so helpless and hopeless. I went back to the airport and beg again at Cebu Pacific check in counter, talked to the supervisor if they could let me go obviously, to no avail.

I felt so doom, I felt so hopeless, my flight has left, and Joan and her friend have left. I knew she was a little worried that she will go out of the country without me.  We have been travel partners for ever.  I know we both hoped that I could still follow.  I did everything, but my best wasn’t good enough. Deep inside me, I was breaking down already. I had nowhere to go but the airport chapel.

OK, why was I overly reacting to my vacation being cancelled?  Why my heart was bleeding because I couldn’t go? I could always renew my passport and visit some other time, right? My best bru  will be ok with her friend anyways. Why did I have to beg at the airport to just let me go even if the risk of being sent back from airport to airport is there? ( Yes, I would have been willing to stay at KUL  airport  if that’s what it takes).

Why?

My prince surprised me and made a quick plan to travel to Malaysia to be with me. His flight was scheduled a few hours ahead of ours; hence he arrived at Malaysia first.   And I couldn’t bear breaking his heart because I wasn’t coming.  And that’s the sad reality. I didn’t come.