all in all, aku kena tukar 3 train untuk sampai ke stadium dalam masa 2 jam.. gosh! baik aku balik ipoh je.. adoyaii..
- Stesen Padang Jawa - KL Sentral = 1 jam (KTM Komuter)
- KL Sentral - Stesen Masjid Jamek = 15 minit (LRT Rapid)
- Stesen Masjid Jamek - Stesen Bukit Jalil = 20 minit (LRT Star)
- plus-minus the duration of time for walking distance
i don't mind changing trains to get to the destination.. what i want to complaint about is in Klang Valley, using the train seems very not relevant and inefficient..
too time consuming.. it only takes 35 minutes from shah alam to the stadium by car (if the road is clear).. since i take the train, i have to go to KL first before heading to Bukit Jalil.. semuanya adalah kerana stesen pertukaran tren hanya ada kat KL.. dah la tren Komuter sangat la super duper annoyingly SLOOOOWWWW!!!
i miss the subway train in Beijing.. it is very efficient.. there are many trains and many options of inter-changing stations.. tak payah la pergi jauh2 semata2 nak tukar tren.. cuma penat jalan kaki je la.. sebab tu la orang kat sana kurus2 kot.. hehehe..
yup, i miss Beijing a lot especially their train system.. i fall in love with the system since the first time i ride the trains.. i imagine my car will be rusty at home if we have one here..
and i now come to an agreement of a statement once i heard and long denied; China lagi canggih dari Malaysia.. at least, as far as i can see, the citizens benefit a lot from their country much more from us here..
i think i should put in my travelling itinerary to try out other countries public transportation.. mesti lagi best kan ^_-
~my parents and i in the train heading to dongdan station~
~my parents and i at dongdan station.. changing train to line 1~
~this way to line 1.. heading to the forbidden city~
want to see beijing subway map? click here.