December 04, 2010

Run 1760 - 4th December 2010

Venue: Bukit Subang
Hare: Avelyn Choong
Co-Hare: William Koh & co.
Scribe: Wolfgang Druba
Comic: Don Cheang


Here is the simple and idiot-proof recipe, using only the best quality ingredients, like the NKVE and Guthrie Corridor Expressway.
If you know where you're going, feel free to modify the ingredients or cooking time to suit your tastes, budget and starting point.

From Damansara / KL / PJ. Get onto the NKVE
- Head south towards Shah Alam and take exit # 103 (the one immediately after the KLIA turning), signposted Bukit Jelutong
- Go through the toll and head under the flyover following signs to the Guthrie Corridor and Kuala Selangor
- Get onto the Guthrie Corridor Expressway (E35) paying the toll as you go
- Exit number # 3505 for Bukit Subang towards Bukit Subang (that's Left if you were coming from Bkt Jelutong or Right if you came from Rawang)
- Go straight, with the new housing estate on your left
- At the first round-about, turn right (3 o'clock)
- At the next round-about, turn left (9 o'clock)
- Follow the road past the Petronas petrol station and all the way to the end - close to the new temple

If coming from Kota Damansara or Sungei Buloh, get onto Jalan Sungei Buloh and follow it towards Shah Alam - past the plant nurseries, rubber research institute, etc.
When you get near the Guthrie Corridor Expressway, go towards and then over the highway.
This should be the Bukit Subang junction, so go over the highway, right at the first roundabout, and left at the second, as described above.

Hare's car BGT 2166

On-On: Choong Foong Restaurant

- Reset your trip-meter
- Go back towards the Guthrie Corridor intersection (right at first roundabout @ 1.5km, left at the second @ 2km)
- Go straight over the highway bridge over the Guthrie corridor traffic lights @ 2.5km
- Take the slip road left @ 3km towards Kota Damansara / Sg Buloh / Kepong
- Turn right at the first traffic lights @ 3.8km into small road with Esso on the corner
- Restaurant is on the RIGHT @ 5.3km

Posted by onsec at December 4, 2010 09:40 AM