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  • Arthur Daley
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    Labuan and its capital Victoria looks well worth a visit when tourism returns to these lands.

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  • Nitcha
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    There's a lot of Toyotas, Hondas, BMWs, and surprisingly quite a few VWs Peugeots and Citroens around the place.

    The occasional Jag Bentley and Aston Martin too.

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  • sabang
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    I'd catch the bus too if I had to drive a Proton.

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  • Nitcha
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    Something good I've noticed is the middle classes here starting to use public transport. Quite a few comfortable looking people waiting at the front of their nice housing estate for the MRT bus.

    Presumably people with cars will still use them, but perhaps those with aging cars are deciding not to renew them as there's no need to.

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  • Nitcha
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    I first came as a long weekend visa run in the noughties and didn't think much of it, but that's because I stayed around the busy tourist areas. Get out into the suburbs and it can be a joy.

    Heading here tomorrow. Vlog of typical locals. A much nicer accent than Thais speaking English IMO.

    Last edited by Nitcha; 03-08-2020, 06:28 PM.

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  • Palace
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    I haven't been to KL in years (except for the airport) and was somewhat surprised to see this thread title. But after viewing the photos, it seems KL might have changed for the better. A short trip may be in the offing!

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  • Nitcha
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    It's a misty morn.

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  • Nitcha
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    Originally posted by lamphun View Post
    I lived in the centre of KL for a while and it was common to see monkeys running around in the trees and gardens. Bangkok lost it when they went for high density china town type development and chopped down all the greenery.
    Yep quite a few monkeys in the trees around my area.

    This city is literally carved out of the rainforest, and they always leave plenty of it intact between residential areas.

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    It's more like the more spacious areas of Hong Kong than anywhere in Bangkok.

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  • Nitcha
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    Cheras. Relocating to PJ / Mont Kiara soon.

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  • lamphun
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    Originally posted by sabang View Post
    Compares very favorably to Bangkok, gotta say.
    I lived in the centre of KL for a while and it was common to see monkeys running around in the trees and gardens. Bangkok lost it when they went for high density china town type development and chopped down all the greenery.

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  • sabang
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    Compares very favorably to Bangkok, gotta say.

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  • lamphun
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    Originally posted by Nitcha View Post



    Anyway
    This morning's view

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    I don't recognize the area, is it PJ?
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  • lamphun
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    That's a great view.

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  • Nitcha
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    It doesn't bother me, and was entirely predictable. I would have thought the mod would want to keep such pollution off such threads though.



    Anyway
    This morning's view

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  • harrymsmarkle
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    Originally posted by Nitcha View Post
    Another on the viewing list. Link bridge to the MRT.

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    ...so, the bridge has been swallowed up by the foliage then...

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