Thanking the lovely ladies at the museum's reception counter for watching over my lil' red, I continued on. The next stretch of sidewalk was under construction. Hence, I had to cycle on the main road which soon lead me to Kuala Lumpur City Gallery.
I've always seen the signage whenever I pass Dataran Merdeka. First thing that caught my eyes was the history section. They have photos of old Kuala Lumpur, from tattered huts to pre-independence brick buildings. I watched the original "Merdeka" reportage from FNM (I think it stand for Filem Negara Malaysia).
Other model that caught my eyes was the scaled model of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
spot that I stood about seven years ago. This time I had my lil' red with me.
I had wanted to have a picnic lunch. Knowing that KLCC Park is actually a private property, I doubted that the lil' red could go in. I parked and locked lil' red in one of the railing barricade. I continued on foot to the park. Instead of just a picnic lunch, I decided to try and see if I could get away with a cook out in KLCC park. Picked a bench and began unpacking my cooking kit.
I initially planned to dip some bread into the "Masak Lemak". Unfortunately I forgot to buy any bread. In my cooking kit was some angel hair pasta. Added a few strands into the gravy. A few minutes later, the masak lemak began to boil.
Once the flame was out, it was time to eat. I could just eat straight out of the pot, but I figured it looked better if I eat out of the stainless steel 'plate'. Plus I didn't think I could finish the small pot of "Masak Lemak".
The taxi ride was the end of the day's adventure.
Over all route:
A little more detailed route: