Option number two to get to the LCCT is to use a combination of the Express Rail Link (ERL) to get to KLIA, and from there, catch a shuttle bus to LCCT. While this isn’t exactly a very cost effective option, its an option nonetheless. I include it here for its novelty. Those who have never been on the ERL before might like to take the opportunity to try it out, especially when their flight arrivals or departures are scheduled for midday and they have plenty of time to spend catching trains and transits. It is not recommended if you’re on a tight schedule.
Archive for March, 2006
SKYBUS Direct Transfer
A new direct bus service between KL Sentral and LCCT. Tickets can be bought at the bus platform or inflight on Air Asia flights. This is by far the cheapest means to get to the LCCT. However, the journey may take a while depending on traffic conditions.
Well, as many would have heard by now, Air Asia arrival/departure has been moved from KLIA to a Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) located quite a distance away. Today is its fifth day of operation and getting there might be a hassle for first timers (myself included). Since I’m going to make that trip sooner or later, I’ve dug around and came up with the following short guide on getting there, including options, costs (for those on a shoestring budget), and travel times.
As mentioned before, one of the legs of PIKOM PC Fair 2006 (I) will be held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). This is happening between 14 - 16 April 2006. The floorplans for the fair is already out and available at PIKOM’s website as well as on Boredworkers.com. Taking that a step further, here’s the unofficial list of exhibitors that will be participating at the KL leg.
Last updated: 12 April 2006
Well, this doesn’t really have anything to do with anyone else. Unless of course you’re heading out to Cambodia in the near future. Its more of a personal bookmark to various resources that I can still remember before they fall off the edge of my memory.
Last update: 07 April 2006
I was out for drinks last night when a friend of mine passed me an orange coloured promotional flyer the size of postcard. On the front was a hodgepodge picture of a mannequin holding a book, wearing a nurses’ cap, patting a crying girl doll that’s missing an arm and playing a piano that has a heart shaped photoframe on it, while sitting on a fish with a newspaper in its mouth that was in turn lying on something with fungi growing out of its sides that was speared through by a fork. Very morbid. I stared at it for a moment in total confusion before reading the title which explained everything (almost).
The story about this place is that it started out as a little stall in a shophouse facing the LDP. Its business bloomed to the point where the owner decided to open up his own shop. So they shifted behind, to a shoplot located opposite Damanansara Uptown open air carpark, next to Uptown 1.
Attended a surprise birthday bash at SOULed OUT Cafe & Bar located in Sri Hartamas. That place seems to be the defacto spot for surprise parties. A friend of mine was even making a joke about it which went something like this:
A trying to get B to go to his surprise birthday party.
A: Let’s go to SOULed OUT Cafe & Bar tonight.
B: Holding a surprise party for me, right?
A: Yup ‘-.- [bengang]
I was sieving through my picture archives yesterday. I came across a cute photo captured during one of my stints through the long crowded spaces of Mid Valley on a slow Sunday afternoon.