How was your Malaysia Day holiday? I spent mine took the free GoKL CityBus ride provided by SPAD touring aound KL area. Bus ride? Are you serious ? Ya, I am! Hubby and I did this all because of our beloved daughter ~ Sam. She will request for a bus ride every time she saw a bus on the road and now her wish fulfilled!
There’s no such thing as a free lunch? Yes, there is!
The GoKL CityBus
Free Wifi ~ Connected but it didn’t work >.<
Fully conditioned and everything is spick and span due to the service was just launched on 31st August 2012.
Press it if you want to alight at any stop point.
The bus handle
There are 2 routes for GoKL City Bus ~ Purple Line and Green Line which will pass by different places around Petaling Street and Golden Triangle area. Both journey will took time approximately 20-30 minutes per round trip. Please bear in mind that buses for both lines are in purple colour as shown in my previous photo, don’t try to look for a green bus OK
We got on bus at Klang Bus Station (previously, anyone know what it called now?) for our purple line tour. Let’s see what we saw on our journey
One of the bus stop along the route.
we also pass by Bangladesh! No lah, this is Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock and Jalan Tun H.S Lee which were flooded with foreign workers >.<
Kota Raya buiding which bring back nostalgic memory, I used to “lepak” a lot at this place
Jalan Sultan Ismail
The Golden Triangle area.
The bus was fully occupied after the stop at Mcdonald of Jalan Sultan Ismail. We got down from here and hopped on to the green line bus.
Hotel Mandarin Oriental
The latest Grand Hayatt Hotel
KLCC Convention Centre
KLCC from far.
The last/starting point of green line – Entrance of KLCC.
Verdict: Although the routes don’t cover much places but decent enough since it pass by most of the major shopping malls. This definitely a enjoyable experience for us especially Sam Would you like to have a ride?