Commonly referred to as LYP, Low Yat is an established commercial shopping centre specialising in electronics and IT products in Malaysia.
Located at lot 7, Jalan 1/77, off Jalan Bukit Bintang, LYP stands out by offering a greater range and variety of a single product by having a collective of inter-chained stores.
The business at Low Yat also bustles with crowds comprising mostly of youngsters.
I went down to the lower ground floor where eateries are centred. There, a large variety of foods is offered for food lovers to sample and indulge in.
At Old Town Kopitiam, I ordered a cup of thick kopi-o at only RM2.50++. Served with a traditional porcelain tea set, it was not pricey, considering the high living standards in KL and the ambience of the kopitiam.
Thick and aromatic, the kopi-o was of superb taste, so much so that it made me feel like going back for another one.
The picture shows the front portion of Low Yat Plaza.
We checked out Capitol Hotel at 13:00 and proceeded straight to KL Sentral where we took a bus transfer to LCCT (Low Cost Carrier Terminal) for AirAsia's 18:25 flight back to Sibu. This ended my fruitful three-day trip to KL .
The picture shows the skyline of KL.
LCCT was crowded with waiting passengers. As I skipped my lunch, so I started surveying the only two eateries there for something to fill up. McDonald's was doing brisk business - in fact, it bustled to the extent I had a hard time to find a seat. Eventually, I was forced to ask for permission to share table with a lady. I ordered something both to satisfy my stomach and to kill the time since the boarding was still hours away.
The picture shows LCCT.
(The above pictures are downloaded from Wikipedia and LCCT website respectively.)