Let’s go to Chelsea (ish) and eat at Flex Mussels (154 W. 13th St) before watching dance at the Joyce Theater (175 8th Ave). You can take the 1,2,3 to 14th St to get here.
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We took the bus from Medan Selera to Kota Kinabalu (took about 5 hours) which was pretty painless. You get water on the bus, which is comparable to a nice greyhound bus, as well as entertainment (random malaysian movies playing on a large screen at the front of the bus). The bus also stops at a place for lunch at the middle of the journey, where you can get all kinds of snacks (prawn crackers!). In Kota Kinabalu, we stayed at the Hotel Shangri-La (not to be confused with the Shangri-La chain, which is way pricier than this hotel), which was close to the markets downtown and provided a clean and large room for only $50/night. We ate at Twin Sky Seafood (in the Sedco Complex) for dinner where you choose the seafood you want and your host can recommend a way of preparation. We had a very delicious meal of steamed fish and lots of local vegetables. The aftermath of the meal is shown below. The next morning for breakfast, we went to a cafe that I can’t remember the name of (but it was about a block and a half north of Yuit Cheong and they have a bao holder in front) and consumed many tasty pork baos and kaya baos. They also made a very good hot tea with milk and sugar and were super friendly.
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