KL 2017 Kuala Lumpur Sentral


On a Sunday, two of my nieces had to take the commuter train back to Kampar from KL Sentral.

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Now, there is shopping mall connected to KL Sentral. Nu Sentral is just a few years old. It has quite a number of eateries. Parkson Grand is the anchor tenant.

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After dropping my nieces off, we went to the KL Sentral Food court to have lunch.

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I shared a Fried Chicken Biryani with my sister. The fried chicken is crispy on the outside and tender in side. The serving is big. This is RM14.90 (about CAD4.50).

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Teh tarik is RM2.50 (about CAD0.75).

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My brother in law and another niece ordered Japanese food.

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My niece had Japanese curry which comes with miso soup and green tea.

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My niece and I just made some Japanese curry at home for her lunch 2 days ago. She seems to enjoy Japanese curry.

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My brother in law ordered a Teriyaki bento box.

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After lunch, we went to Low Yat Plaza to look for a portable speaker for my sister’s use with her notebook. Low Yat Plaza is known as “Malaysia’s Largest IT Lifestyle Mall” as it specializes in electronics and IT products. It’s a man’s shopping haven.

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