And in KL, I'd usually put up at Cititel Hotel Midvalley, which is like next door to the Megamall where you can find almost everything without having to step out of it. So that actually minimises my train rides.
However, when I was down under in Melbourne, I had to take the train everyday cos that was the only way for me to get to get to where I wanted to go.
It's pretty easy to understand the train system. To know which train to take, you'd need to know where the train stops.
And once you know that, you can check the display to find out which platform you'd need to go to, by looking for the name of the final destination.
The display board will tell you which train platform to go to & the time of departure (if it's on time).
And you'd go where it tells you to go.
You can either purchase that at the manned ticket counter, or you can buy it off this robotic machine.I've always found the buttons too many too fast too furious, too many too confused, so I just get my tickets from the counter. If you're coming from the jungle like me, that makes things a lot less complicated.
With this baby, I could ride anything on the face of Melbourne. It covers anything that moves - trains, trams, buses, horse, ship, helicopter. I like to move it, move it.
And with that, I was on my way to wherever I was going.