Movement Control in Kuala Lumpur

As the Malaysian government try to get some control on the Covid-19 pandemic situation with an alphabet of plans and procedures, we only adventure out to buy groceries once a week. We walk 1.5 km to 2 km to one of the shopping centers. All shops are closed except those deemed essential. Lately our preferred route is along a six lane highway. It is noisy but the walkway is well maintained. Another plus is that hardly anyone else takes this route. Occasionally, with a small detour, we can find a fruit stand with Durian. If you stay in SE Asia, you either love or hate this fruit. The smell is so strong we find a motorcycle rest stop to sit and eat the fruit before returning home.

Trees blooming along the pathway by the motorway.
Taking a break with Village Durian

About c_in_b

The journey of a single step begins with ideas of a thousand miles.
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1 Response to Movement Control in Kuala Lumpur

  1. You are in KL currently? Welcome! But definitely curious why anyone would want to be here during the pandemic 😂 Hope you are all well and stay safe 🤲🏻

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