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Old September 29th, 2010, 11:54 AM   #121
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I totally agree with u!Its scarry at night too.
yeah... ive been mugged once overthere. Never i have put my foot on that skybridge since then..
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Old September 29th, 2010, 05:54 PM   #122
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Narrow and dirty. And does not connect directly to the stations...
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Old September 30th, 2010, 01:51 AM   #123
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Its the most not user friendly bridge just like the one next to wisma simedarby!!Whats the point of it looking nice from the street level but not serving its purpose.I think they should clear the HUTAN on the bank negara side!
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Old September 30th, 2010, 02:05 PM   #124
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Its the most not user friendly bridge just like the one next to wisma simedarby!!Whats the point of it looking nice from the street level but not serving its purpose.I think they should clear the HUTAN on the bank negara side!
always imagine someone will come and stab me there!!

tht bridge should be revamp,,make it flatter,, at least
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Old October 1st, 2010, 02:15 AM   #125
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I agree with u!I am trying to figure which came first the bridge or the commuter train service?All we need is a simple,practical and well lit bridge thats all.
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Old October 2nd, 2010, 08:13 PM   #126
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the impiana - KL convention centre skybridge rendering is up
will post up photo later. Similar facade as the convention centre
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Old October 2nd, 2010, 08:23 PM   #127
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Old October 4th, 2010, 05:46 AM   #128
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walkways at CM almost complted
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Old October 5th, 2010, 04:12 PM   #129
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this one in Spore very nicee.

wish KL have beautiful and modern skybridge .
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Old October 18th, 2010, 09:30 AM   #130
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upgrading the pedestrian linkage around KL city.
to ease pedestrian's walkway.
to green up the city.

Location : Bukit Bintang

Client : DBKL
Building status : ongoing building work
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Old October 18th, 2010, 10:23 AM   #131
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Old October 18th, 2010, 11:33 AM   #132
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Pavilion Brige

I like the one at Pavilion KL brige, looks modern
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Old October 18th, 2010, 01:28 PM   #133
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OMG..rizal! tats great!
reli green!!
gud effort! izit all over KL or juz BB area?
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Old October 18th, 2010, 04:40 PM   #134
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Wonder why KL don't get underground passage instead of sky bridges. Budget reason?
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Old October 18th, 2010, 04:56 PM   #135
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Wonder why KL don't get underground passage instead of sky bridges. Budget reason?
Try visiting the ones at KTM old station and,Masjid Negara see if anyone uses them
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Old October 18th, 2010, 05:15 PM   #136
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Impiana - KL convention centre skybridge
Such a short distance, what a waste of money. Please do the sidewalks properly instead!!
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Old October 18th, 2010, 05:46 PM   #137
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Please do the sidewalks properly instead!!
I agree. Spend money on the pavements and not allow vehicles to park on them. Also, for my benefit, do something about crossing Jln Imbi at Berjaya
Times Square at night. I've been dicing with death crossing the road and jumping the floral barrier coming from Plaza Berjaya.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 10:00 PM   #138
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Wonder why KL don't get underground passage instead of sky bridges. Budget reason?
Is easier to build in atmosphere rather than mess up yourself to realign the water pipes, telephone lines, sanitation pipes blabla... along the way
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Old October 19th, 2010, 06:08 PM   #139
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OMG..rizal! tats great!
reli green!!
gud effort! izit all over KL or juz BB area?
don't be so over excited,that just an artist impression..believe me,after its done,its totally different... it definitely will be, BREATHTAKING,AMAZING,GORGEOUS WALKWAYS!
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Old October 19th, 2010, 06:20 PM   #140
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Teen menace in Bukit Bintang 2010/10/18
By Noel Achariam
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KUALA LUMPUR: Residents and business operators in Bukit Bintang are claiming that they're being terrorised by groups of teenagers who hang out in front of a bank in Bukit Bintang on weekends.
They say the teenagers would start to gather in the area about 4pm onwards and would turn rowdy and fight, drink alcohol and harass tourists and passers-by.

They also say that it is not safe to walk around the Bukit Bintang area with the rowdy teenagers around.

A Bukit Bintang resident was recently assaulted by a group of teenagers in front of his home after having supper with friends in Jalan Alor. Resident Johnny Leong Ngai Siong, 31, who lives near the Ain-Arabia garden in Jalan Berangan, was confronted by a group of teenagers when he arrived at his three-storey walk-up flats at 4.30am.

Leong said he saw the group of 12 teenagers and young adults kicking and stomping on his father's motorcycle which was parked in front of his home.

"When I approached the teens and asked them to stop damaging the motorcycle and leave, three of them turned on me and started punching and kicking me.

"Fearing for my safety, I grabbed a short iron pipe from my house to defend myself. Seeing the iron rod, the teens fled down the hill towards Hotel Istana. Frustrated and angry, I called Rakan Cop and then proceeded to chase the youths," he said.

After a short chase, Leong said the youths stopped near a bank in Bukit Bintang, where some of their friends were having a drink.

"When I reached them, I recognised one of the youths who hit me. I grabbed him and wrestled him to the ground. The security guard at the bank also helped me detain the youth.

"After a few minutes, the police arrived and told us to lodge a report. They then took the youth in their patrol car to the Tun HS Lee police station at Jalan Stadium.

"After explaining my ordeal, the police officer said that they could not do much and had to let the youngster go. They asked me to wait for the investigating officer to look into the case," he said.

Leong was disappointed that the police did not detain the youth whom he claimed had assaulted him.

"The police should have detained the youth. Do we need to wait until someone gets badly injured before the police takes action?" he asked.


About three months ago, a photographer from a local daily was hit on the head by a group of youngsters in the area. The photographer received four stitches on the head.

Residents living in the three-storey walk-up flats in Jalan Beremi and Jalan Berangan have also complained that the Arabian-themed garden has turned into a playground for rowdy teenagers over the past two years.

The residents also claimed that on weekends, the Ain-Arabia was full of rowdy teenagers making a din. The residents have also complained of thefts, car break-ins, drug addicts and vandals in their area.

Leong said the residents are still not satisfied with the level of security in their area despite police patrols. "The presence of police officers here has still not deterred the teenagers from coming here and misbehaving," he said.

Leong said that the residents want to start a community watch with the police to combat crime in their area. "They have suggested having a meeting with the police officer in-charge of the district every month. We urge the police to place a police beat base at Ain-Arabia," he said.

A manager of a fast food outlet in Bukit Bintang who declined to be named said that he has seen the teenagers, particularly the "skinheads", harassing his customers.

"The teenagers will come into the restaurant and steal my customers' food while they are eating. Some of them will also eat the leftovers," he said. The manager said he has received several complaints about these rowdies and has asked his colleagues to watch out for these troublemakers.

"If we see them in the restaurant, our managers will chase them out," he said.

A front-office staff at a hotel in Jalan Berangan, next to the Ain-Arabia, claimed that her hotel guests were harassed by a group of teenagers at 4am last week. "The Middle-Eastern tourists were returning to the hotel when they were harassed by these teenagers hanging out at the Ain-Arabia garden. The guests complained that several teenagers were shouting and throwing stones at them," she said.

A bakery shop owner in Jalan Bukit Bintang claimed that a group of teenagers had threatened to beat him up two weeks ago. "Some of the teenagers had illegally parked their motorcycles on the road next to my shop. When I asked them to move their motorcycles, they hurled abuses at me and threatened to hit me if I knocked into their motorcycles," he said.

A coffee outlet manager who also declined to be named said that the teenagers have been fighting among themselves and harassing passers-by for years. "Although, there're police patrols here, the authorities won't act until a crime is committed. We hope the authorities will look into this because Bukit Bintang is a major tourist hub in the city," he said.


The Ain-Arabia garden was set up in 2006 to cater to Middle Eastern tourists visiting the restaurants in the area.

Most of the Middle Eastern restaurants in the area, however, have since closed down and the garden has become a haunt for these rowdies.





anyhow,it's quite scary to walk along Jln Bukit Bintang nowadays,those rowdy teen always harassing tourist, students, people, etc..n their fashion so not-up to date,tights jeans, gothic style..disgusting to see those animals roaming around our city
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