LOG ENTRY 53
Kuala Lumpur - Port Klang - Sepang - Port Dickson
Distance: 160 kilometers
We were hipped up after the awesome views of Kuala Lumpur and decided to visit the Petronas Towers again in the morning to go up to the top floor as we missed that a day before. Even thought the price was hefty since we are here we shouldn’t miss it so went to the towers with the bikes this time but the earliest ticket was at noon so we gave up on it. 
Next we headed to Port Klang. The port is the largest in Malaysia and one of the largest in the world in container traffic. As our next destination would be Sumatra Island in Indonesia we thought finding a ferry from Port Klang would be easy. Port Klang is an easy 50 kilometers ride from the towers and as Kuala Lumpur has great highway system which can be used with motorcycles we got to the port fairly quickly. Finding the ferry was not as easy thought.

We rode around and asked every transport company’s office and ferries but none would take us with the bikes. Originally we planned to go down to Singapore and find a ferry from there but it worth the try. Also, online we found a ferry company but that either was willing to take the bikes.

Bad luck we thought, still many opportunities ahead of us to find ferry, it was just a try. One good thing about Port Klang is the food. As many Indian and South Asian workers employed at the port, we had our best Indian food so far on this trip in one of the small dirty canteen. The selection was more than we ever seen in any restaurant we been to in India and the price was also really low. We paid 10 ringit, around 3 dollars for two huge portions of meals, a water buffalo stew and butter chicken. 
Picture
The main straight of the Sepang Circuit
With full bellies we headed down south towards Singapore when I noticed the sign to Sepang. Being a huge MotoGp fan and missing the GP which was won by Gabor Talmacsi –also Hungarian- in the 125 ccm category a week before we had to go and visit the race course.

Not being a big detour Dad quickly agreed and we headed towards the most famous track in Southeast Asia. We have bought fake press cards in Bangkok so entering the closed circuit for free was not an issue. We got a free pass at the entrance to wander around and ride with the bike as well. To be honest I was really sad as we missed the race a week before. I really wanted to steer our trip to the direction of visiting the race with Mom but we ended up staying a bit too long in Koh Samui. 
Picture
Port Dickson
As big part of the day passed we knew that reaching Singapore is unrealistic so instead we headed towards Malacca, an awesome old port know from one of my childhood travel novels. To get there we had to drive towards the coast on the number 5 road which, as soon as it reached the ocean turned really nice. Being early afternoon with a very nice looking town, Port Dickson, we decided to catch the last shines of the sun and enjoy the big waves of the Indian Ocean and the sunset here. Rooms weren’t cheap to be honest but we managed to find a decent bungalow for 90 ringit. Since the town was really quiet after sunset we ended up chilling in our rooms and searching for ferries in an internet café. We expected to receive my Australian visa within days as Dad got his weeks ago already so we can cross the sea to Indonesia without the worry that we wouldn’t be able to continue towards Australia after that. 
 


Comments

08/07/2015 3:22am

Fantastic write-up!! I ought to thanks for writing on this matter, pretty useful data you've given by means of this web site regarding training sector. I'll visit again to get a lot more facts.

Reply

Hi, We enjoy your stunning website and remember to really don't halt!

Reply
08/09/2015 2:58am

Thank you :)

Reply
08/26/2017 1:15am

They say that if you are planning to have a vacation trip in any part of Asia, you should consider Malaysia to be part of your list. Aside fromm the rich culture and tradition this country has to offer, beaches there are so magical that it will make you stay and think of spending your time there for the rest of your life. I don't know, but there is something about this country that's worth falling in love to.

Reply
08/07/2015 5:31am

Hi, This something what is attempting to find a long time. Many thanks for these types of nice put up.

Reply
08/07/2015 9:45pm

You're commonly thus generous! my associate and that i just adore getting attractive As well as practical freebies like this

Reply
12/03/2015 10:11pm

i like it .

Reply
12/20/2015 10:02am

I hope you guys had got a very nice view by the top floor of that tower and you had enjoyed you trip to beautiful Malaysia. The picture of see side is really looking very nice and these boats are looking good. I think other picture you took at port and that is also looking very good.

Reply
01/25/2016 5:54am

whenever we are located the flexibility, is usually probably outstanding to understand to get a niche site together such libraries wonderful web page.

Reply
01/25/2016 6:37am

We have been at this time create a completely web page so that you can deepen truth, is it feasible anyone to assist all people? because of the fact My, individual loved one along with my family in addition to we seen people web page amazingly outstanding

Reply
01/29/2016 4:43pm

Now i am intending an individual continue being well-balanced to assist you continually display most of these data a result of people web page again, amen.

Reply
01/29/2016 5:29pm

source all people the flexibility moreover less complicated creating a web page, We have been taking in people web page to get a very good web page much like any person ^^

Reply

I'm hoping an individual transpires throughout add-on clarify males and females had been currently being awaiting a very discussion inside your internet site that happen to be every person basically motivated.

Reply
04/18/2016 10:26am

What a great place! Looks amazing!

Reply
07/05/2016 12:18pm

I am regular reader, how are you everybody? This piece of writing posted at this web page is in fact fastidious.

Reply
09/11/2017 11:51pm

Stay at that port for sometime would be a preference.

Reply
09/12/2017 12:46am

Have a safe journey .

Reply



Leave a Reply

    Picture
    Aurel Jr. and Sr.

    The Riders:

    Aurel Maracsko and his son Aurel Maracsko jr. 

    We are a father and son duo who loves riding motorcycles. Aurel Jr. or Tom is an enthusiast enduro rider and Aurel Sr. is more of the adventure rider. 

    Me, a combination of Tom Sawyer and the Little Prince, adventurer, dreamer and a crazily enthusiast rider. Jules Verne was the ultimate hero of my childhood, his foresight's of the future and exotic adventures fascinated me to a level which still influences me today. I believe the constant thirst for exploration and the need for learning is the key engine for every adult just as for every child.


    Click on the flag to read the LOGS from that country. 
    Picture
    Hungary
    Picture
    Romania
    Picture
    Bulgaria
    Picture
    Turkey
    Picture
    Iran
    Picture
    Pakistan
    Picture
    India
    Picture
    Nepal
    Picture
    Thailand
    Picture
    Malaysia

    Archives

    September 2015
    August 2015
    July 2015
    June 2015
    May 2015
    April 2015
    March 2015
    February 2015
    January 2015
    November 2014
    October 2014
    September 2014
    August 2014

    Categories

    All
    Adventure
    Around The World With A Motorcycle
    Bike Trip
    Motorcycle
    Motorcycle Lifestyle
    Tom Sawyer
    Travel Blog