The Friday (Day 12) morning was rather dull. I was waiting for 12.30PM on Friday to do my supervised ART before my departure to Singapore. I used an app to do the test.
On Saturday morning, I heated up the frozen glutinous rice with chicken and mushroom that I bought from Mandarin Oriental for breakfast. Check out the IG’s post below for the photograph of the gigantic glutinous rice. I should have put some chicken floss on the glutinous rice, but I did not because it seemed messy.
Supervised ART using CLEA app
I used the CLEA app to perform my supervised ART. Indeed, it is an easy app to do the test. The customer support team was friendly and spontaneously answered my questions. No issues to use the app for Malaysia and Singapore custom clearance.
The result came back about 2 hours later, and I downloaded the softcopy of the result. Also, I printed it out if the airport staff or immigration required them. Actually, the airport staff would check together with my vaccination details and flight booking information.
I was unfortunate on Friday noon when I was about to pick up the lunch takeaway from Mandarin Oriental, KL. I noticed it when I was about to lock the front gate of my house. The front tyre went flat, not totally flat, but you know it is something that needs to be fixed before continuing the journey.
Just nice, a group of workers from my neighbour setting up the automated gate. I went over and asked for the men to assist me further. A group of four strong men came over and checked out the tyre. And their Chinese boss came around too to check out if we needed other tools.
It was totally a blessed Friday. Without them, I would not know who else could help me. We spent an hour getting it fixed. I took four cans of drink, gave them, and thanked them. Next, we headed to the petrol station to add air to all the four tyres. According to my aunt, she did not do that for almost two and a half years.
Very late lunch
On Friday, there was another problem when I headed to collect my takeaway; the Mandarin Cake House at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur missed my paid orders. They made us wait for another 20 to 30 minutes to get the food ready. I wrote a review on Google review. My guess are they bo chap about any non-positive reviews because of being a 5-star hotel?
Their food is delish and generous in portions. My aunt and I shared the nasi lemak and the fried carrot cake with XO sauce as our late lunch. I like their sambal udang and rendang ayam.
On Saturday, I went to Aeon Maluri to takeaway my lunch, and I bought some pieces of bread for my Sunday breakfast before my departure. My aunt could not decide whether she wanted the burger from KFC or Texas Chicken. I guess she has not tried Texas Chicken before, so I suggested that we buy one each and share it. I let her choose the burgers based on her preferences. Read below for my food tasting.
Then, I went to one of my favourite bread shops, Lavender, which opened in Aeon Maluri. Sorry, I did not take photographs of the bread that I bought.
KFC Zinger burger vs Texas Burger
Food tasting: half of both burgers.
Last day of cooking
On day 12 dinner, I prepared the classic fried onions with eggs and the stir-fried cauliflower. It looked meatless, but we still have the overnight KFC fried chicken.
Here are a few more photographs that I took before I left KL.