I am waiting for my bus numbered 403. I have lost hope from my couchsurfing host. Now I am going to a hostel. I had booked this as a backup plan. From here I will get a bus. Fare would be about 1 Ringgit. And from there a bus to KL Central for 3 Ringgit. They call Indian Muslims as ‘Mama’. They like the food cooked by ‘Mama’. It would be great if we could have a system similar to here in our country. Where we get to know the timing of the next bus. This facility is available in Kuala Lumpur I didn’t see this even in Prague. There was an app which indicated the timings of the buses. But here you can see the bus timings live! Our bus will be here in 4 minutes. I’m learning Bengali slowly! While travelling in these type of buses in Kuala Lumpur, always give loose change to the driver Avoid giving bigger denominations of currency notes. This is because if they put the higher value note in the machine, it won’t give out change. I had to pay 2.5 Ringgit. But when I gave 3 Ringgit to the driver, he did not give me change. Never travel without a ticket! It will take 4 minutes. The place is 350 metre from here. I think I found my hostel! I’m not sure what’s the name of this place. Nevertheless it looks good! Even here, people have a habit of spitting on the road while walking. ‘Shree SagarMatha Restaurant’ The way it is written reminds me of Kathmandu. This font style is used for writing in Nepal. Found another one! Not sure what’s it about? This bus is different Here a person will come to give the ticket This is a ticket worth 1 Ringgit. If you face a problem in understanding English You can ask people around you who look like Indians. Probably they would be from Bangladesh or Pakistan. The person sitting behind me is from Bangladesh. And understands little bit of Hindi. So if you face problems in understanding English You can take help from our brothers from Bangladesh and Pakistan. In fact, there are some people from Nepal as well who understand Hindi well. Train is expensive because it takes you faster unlike the bus. This place reminds me of South India I think this place is ‘Little India’ I didn’t know that I was so close to ‘Little India’!