Written by Edmund
You’ve probably scratched your head countless times thinking of where to go for the weekend, taking into account that driving out of the city isn’t really your thing. No worries! If you’re planning on checking out the places below, consider your weekend plans set.
GoCar has recently extended their service area to the core of the city centre for user convenience. You’ll be able to pick up your GoCar at Menara Worldwide located at Jalan Bukit Bintang which is only a five to ten minute walk from Pavilion.
If you’ve read our previous post, you know the drill. Book, Unlock and drive at your convenience- all from your smartphone, anytime, anywhere.
It was a lovely late Sunday morning when I decided to spend what’s left of the weekend to drive around and it started off with brunch.
1130 hours: Kin Kin Chilli Noodles (Non-Halal)
40, Jalan Dewan Sultan Sulaiman, Kampung Baru, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Now, the word “chilli” might have scared you a bit and I kid you not, it’s pretty intense. Not to worry, you may add the desired amount of chilli according to the level in which you feel adventurous, but I dare say that it shouldn’t be more than a tea spoon! Anything more than that will render excessive sweating and if serious, you’ll find yourself camping in the toilet next morning.
Topped with runny poached eggs and minced meat, this is almost perfection.
1230 hours: Lepaq Lepaq Cafe
Stopped by this cafe to check out the hype here. Massive place and a pretty neat cafe to chill and hangout at.
I like how drinks are packaged in paper boxes here. Insta-worthy!
Their bestseller – The Rainy Day Coffee. You’ve probably seen this all over social media and it’s pretty cool i must say. As much as the concept in this cafe seems appealing, be warned about the parking around the cafe premises or roadside. Parking attendants will collect exorbitant parking fees from patrons unlawfully even if your car is parked outside the cafe premises. What a bummer.
1330 hours: Bukit Bintang
Pavilion, Starhill Gallery, Fahrenheit 88, Lot10, you won’t miss these landmarks while strolling along Jalan Bukit Bintang.
Parked our car in the mall and i’ve managed to escape the ridiculously hot weather (craycray!). If you’re up for retail therapy, you’ll be spoiled for choices here from all the shops in different malls on one single street.
1730 hours: Petaling Street Market
Stomach’s growling and the eating continues. Here you’ll find some authentic local food if you don’t mind eating in a humble setting. Popular among the locals, this market is well-known for selling replica wares.
Chanced upon a beef noodle food cart. The tummy approves.
1815 hours: Homebound
I must say KL at dusk does look pretty.
Till next time,
Edmund 😀 GoCar- Fleet Manager