Walking from Bussorah to Kandahar Street

As we walked on, this perfume store appeared at Bussorah Street – Jamal Kazura. The store that sells perfume made without alcohol. You can make your own fragrance too.

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Resisted the Turkish, Mediterranean place because Nasi Padang was calling.

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We came across the Children Little Museum which we decided to explore after lunch as we were famished and dehydrated. after being boiled in the noon sun.

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We also passed the Rich & Good Cake Shop, famous for it’s swiss rolls. We decided to walk back here, after lunch.

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Just after Lola was our Nasi Padang haven. We had already passed the famous Minang, and wanted to try something different this time.

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