Saturday, December 10, 2016

First KTM ride

This has been on my to-do list for the longest time.  As hubby isn't keen on such things, this was planned for one of his trips (with his buddies) out.  Finally made it last week when he went to HK.

Actually I was dithering around the whole morning whether to go.  Felt very lazy hehe.  Finally decided to just bite the bullet.

The kids were so excited!  Here we are waiting for the train...

Is the train coming?

It was a weekend so frequency was 45 mins.  We had to drive there, park, walk to the station, buy tickets etc, so I didn't bother to plan for timing.  It was a half hour wait eventually with the kids asking non-stop, Is the train coming yet?

Finally it came.  The kids were so thrilled to be in the train!

We're in the train!!

Actually the train was the whole purpose of the trip.  We went straight to Nu Sentral, had lunch there and hung around a bit.

Take photo!

For the return journey, I mistakenly queued up at the crowded LRT (we needed KTM) counter and wasted about half an hour.  Luckily after that we only had a 15min wait for the train.  But it didn't move for over 30mins after we got in.  Arggh.  Overall, it was such a long trip.  We set out just before lunch and got home only at 5pm with all the waiting and delay.  OK item crossed off the list, DONE and no more.


  1. A day worth spending for the girls, especially when you see their excitement and joy. Mummy is the best! Lol!

  2. The time spent is worth it to let SE and JE experience a train ride. A good memory for them is priceless!

  3. When my boys were small, we took them on all the trains available, KTM, LRT , Putra and Monorail.

    Wow, the KTM wait is really long. Glad you gals have a fun day out.

  4. Nancy, thanks haha.

    Mun, only wish didn't have to encounter the all-too-common public transport delays!

    Magictree, yeah it was so long and the train journey itself is 30mins too. I was rather regretting it near the end...