Malaysia Airlines yang Gw naiki mendarat di KLIA tepat pukul 7:31 waktu Kuala Lumpur.
Menuju Pintu Keluar KLIA
Setelah pesawat mendarat mulus, Gw diturunkan di Arrival Hall H KLIA lantai 3. Biasanya begitu turun dari pesawat yang Gw cari adalah drinking water station untuk mengisi botol minuman tetapi Gw tidak bisa menemukannya hingga keluar bandara sekalipun.
Kiri Atas : Gw berjalan sepanjang arrival hall H menuju konter imigrasi
Kanan Atas : Proses pengecekan passport di konter imigrasi
Kanan Bawah : Melewat baggage conveyor belt….tapi Gw kan ga bawa bagasi, ya jadi dilanjut ajahhh
Kiri Bawah: Sampai juga di pintu keluar bandara
Menuju Shelter Airport Coach
Begitu keluar dari pintu bandara tentu yang Gw cari adalah dimanakah letak Airport Coach menuju KL Sentral. Nah Gw melihat petunjuk ini di KLIA:
Karena Gw masih berada di lantai 3, berarti Gw harus turun menuju lantai 2 untuk mendapatkan Airport Coach yang akan mengantarkan Gw ke KL Sentral (Kuala Lumpur).
Kiri Atas: Kemudian Gw berjalanan menuruni escalator menuju lantai 2 KLIA
Kanan Atas: Dan Gw selalu mengiIkuti tanda itu untuk menuju shelter Airport Coach
Kanan Bawah : Sesaat kemudian Gw melewati sebuah koridor yang berada tepat diatas jalan mobil.
Kiri Bawah: Gw sampai di ujung koridor yang berbatasan dengan area parkir mobil, belok ke sebelah kiri adalah escalator menuju shelter Airport Coach sedangkan ke sebelah kanan adalah lift menuju shelter yang sama. Ternyata shelter Airport Coach tidak terletak di lantai 2 tetapi di lantai 1.
Kiri Atas : Area parkir mobil KLIA lantai 2
Kanan Atas : Toilet di ujung koridor sebelum keluar ke area parkir mobil, sangat bersih dan Gw sempat bersih-bersih beberapa saat disini.
Kanan bawah : Awalnya Gw mau turun ke shelter Airport Coach lewat escalator ini tapi ternyata sedang dalam perbaikan,
Kiri Bawah : Akhirnya Gw harus menggunakan lift ini menuju shelter Airport Coach. Di ujung koridor dekat lift adalah arah menuju hotel transit yang terkenal di KLIA (Hotel Sama-Sama) .
Kiri Atas : Begitu turun dari lift langsung terlihat konter tiket Airport Coach menuju KL Sentral
Kanan Atas : Airpot Coach yang akhirmya Gw naiki dengan harga tiket 10 Ringgit untuk dewasa dan 6 Ringgit untuk anak-anak.
Kanan Bawah : Yoyo Express Bus yang juga mengambil penumpang di KLIA dan KLIA2. Bus ini memiliki tujuan ke beberapa kota di luar Kuala Lumpur seperti Johor Bahru, Ipoh dan Taiping
Kiri Bawah : Akhirnya Gw menaiki Airport Coach menuju KL Sentral. Jarak yang akan ditempuh sekitar 60 km dengan waktu tempuh sekitar 1 jam perjalanan.
30 March 2018- This was Malaysia Airlines flight from Soekarno Hatta International Airport (SHIA), Indonesia to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Malaysia using Boeing 737-800 aircraft with capacity about 166 passengers. This 2 hours flight occurred from 04:25 Jakarta time to 7:25 pm Kuala Lumpur time.
I issued ticket on October 7th, 2017 or 5.5 months before departure on price about Rp. 605,000 without seat choosing. Seat choosing add-on would be charged seat fee about 11 Ringgit or Rp. 40.052 (yes …. I choosed a seat 3 weeks before departured).
Left: e-ticket was earned when issued ; Right: seat fee
At 00:30, I headed towards Soekarno Hatta International Airport (SHIA) by Grab Car service at cost about Rp. 136.000 and got off at Terminal 2D. Upon arrived at airport, I couldn’t go directly to check-in counter because I must wait screening gate was opened. Finally screening gate was opened at 02:00. Some foreigners were disappointed because of it. I also didn’t know why the gate didn’t open for 24 hours.
Screening my backpack was smoothly then I went to check-in counter. Apparently I still had to queue and waited for 10 minutes until counter was opened. Actually I already had a boarding pass through web check-in process that I did independently, but when I asked to check-in staff what I could go directly to immigration counter, he said it was better for me to re-printed my boarding pass using paper from check-in counter. Yes finally I must queued
Left: boarding pass from web check-in result.
Top right: boarding pass from Malaysia Airlines check-in counter
Bottom right: cabin baggage tag
Finished check-in, I must wait again for 30 minutes to went to immigration counter, I saw immigration officers wasn’t standby in their posts.
At 3:00 pm I finally went to immigration counter. It was smoothly without any meaningful constraints.
Going to gate D4, I directly could enter 15 minutes before boarding time.
At 3:55 pm finally I was boarding,
Since 2013 Malaysia Airlines had joined Oneworld, an airline alliance aimed to made alliance members be first choice of world travelers
Top left: Business Class seats
Top right: Economy class seats
Bottom left: In-flight entertainment
Bottom right: Left plane winglets
For menus, during flight I got a glass of apple juice and Low Fat Meal as my request when issued ticket.
Mineral water, crackers, peanuts and low fat meal (potatoes, carrots, egg, broccoli all were boiled)
The steward asked to me “Would you like to ate now or later?” Because I replied that I would eat later, then he gived me a plastic bag with Malaysia Airlines logo to brought my food when arrived at KLIA.
After 2 hours trip I landed smoothly at KLIA.
I had captured headquarters of Malaysia Airlines
Malaysia Airlines base in KLIA
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March 18th, 2018-This flight was my first time to used service of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. And KLM became the 19th airline I had ever rode during my traveling. Every traveling I always tried to found different airlines to felt their difference services, but my priority was still the cheapest one.
I issued this ticket on September 18th, 2017, exactly 6 months before flight.
Ticket price was 224.10 Ringgit or Rp. 768,748, very affordable for European airlines
Airport Coach drops me to KLIA at 14:00. I went straight to check-in counter.
I was the first check-in yet passenger…. lonely at counter
Based on my ticket, I must go to gate C3. Views of KLIA when I moved from check-in counter to Gate C3 didn’t tell here, guys. I would tell later when that I came by Malaysia Airlines after this trip.
Oh yes, this was my first time visited Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 1 (KLIA), because I often visited this neighbor country and always landed at KLIA 2 (it was Air Asia base). Seeing the building, KLIA terminal 1 looked like old building …. similarly like Soekarno Hatta International Airport Terminal 1 and 2 at Jakarta
Gate C1 was Saudia Airlines boarding gate
Gate 3 view was building for POS Aviation – Malaysia’s Ground Service.
Waiting for 1.5 hours finally my plane came.
(Left): Saudia Airlines aircraft was adjacent to (Right): KLM aircraft
KLM flight from KLIA to Soekarno Hatta International Airport (SHIA) was operated by Air France. Some KLM flights from KLIA-SHIA was even operated by Garuda Indonesia. Actually this flight was a transfer flight from Amsterdam to Jakarta that transited in Kuala Lumpur. While waiting for loading process, there was a bonus for passangers:
Several minutes before boarding …. Liliyana Natsir came …. She was Indonesia’s mix double badminton world champion.
Okay …. didn’t wait for long, finally I boarded to European class airplane.
Plane interior was common…. just very happy for rode Air France’s plane.
Along flight, I got a warm wet tissue for face cleaner, vegetarian pie which was enough to replaced my dinner menu (saved my budget) and a glass of apple juice.
And along flight I saw “Dunkirk”…. I didn’t know why I like this movie. I had watched it three times before. Even on my previous trips, I also watched it in Thai Airways when flied to Kathmandu, Nepal.
It was the coolest view on this flight.
Pretty enough flight. I would tell you my another flight in different article.
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For International flights, I always tried to came to airport 3 hours before flight. Because KLM flight from Kuala Lumpur to Jakarta was at 16:30 then I would try to KLIA 1 (Kuala Lumpur Internatinal Airport Terminal 1) at 13:30.
Time was 11:15 at Bandaraya Station. Actually I canceled trip to Batu Caves because of transportation route changing. It was unfortunate although I could make it happen 2 weeks later on different trip.
To reached, I would use cheapest transportation mode i.e Airport Coach. Well, to boarded Airport Coach, I must go to KL Sentral first because Airport Coach base was there.
From Bandaraya Station, I went to Masjid Jamek Station (both stations are located at Sri Petaling Line). From Masjid Jamek station, I continued to used Kelana Jaya Line and got off at KL Sentral. Simply paid 1.8 Ringgit for all this trips. Just bought token at Bandaraya Station and returned at KL Sentral.
Before boarding into bus …… When arrived at KL Sentral, I decided to Dzuhur pray and continued to lunch.
Panettone …. The owner was Indian and the noodles was very nice…. worthed to tried
Original view Vs menu view
I was so enjoying the noodles but the time was at 13:00. Even though my target to reached KLIA was at 13:30, so it was certainly late for 30-45 minutes depended on Airport Coach waiting time in KL Sentral.
Before going downstairs, I bought a softdrink on a vending machine near escalator towards Aiport Coach counter and I would drink it while sightseeing at bus. Understandably because the Airport Coach would be quiet and there wasn’t TV or music. Not bad for 1 Ringgit per cans, very cheap if was compared to minimarket around KL Sentral.
Prices are different for children and adult
The journey covered distance about 60 km within 1 hour.
During trip through highway, I saw very well organized and patterned settlements. This made Kuala Lumpur was impressed in city landmark.
Highway to KLIA during I visited Kuala Lumpur four times never jamed. it was OK for their transportation system. For me, It didn’t need to be ashamed to admit their excellence on spatial and transportation system because my traveling purpose was learnt from other country, opened my insight and appreciated the differences.
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After 5 hours trip in Malacca, I would stay in Kuala Lumpur because my flight to Jakarta would departure from Kuala Lumpur on tomorrow afternoon. In addition to got time for explored some places in Kuala Lumpur, I also felt more calm because I was near KLIA.
I’ve booked Hotel Pudu 88 near Puduraya Bus Terminal.
First step, Of course I must go back to Melaka Sentral to got bus to Kuala Lumpur. To returned to Melaka Sentral, I used easy way …. I went back to starting point when I dropped by panorama bus at Bangunan Merah, Malacca. Long enough waiting for the bus …. almost 30 minutes, a bus actually came.
Surely this bus took me around Malacca first then got back to Melaka Sentral. So during in bus, I could use the time to saw hustle-bustle of Malacca.
New model panorama bus …. when departing I rode old model one
By paying 2 Ringgit, I long enough rode around Malacca with this bus. After 45 minutes finally I arrived at Melaka Sentral.
When arrived at Melaka Sentral, I directly headed to Inter City Bus Terminal.
I just followed this sign to found a bus to Kuala Lumpur.
No long searching, finally I found intercity bus ticket counters.
Didn’t worry…. a lot of buses options and prices …. just choosed …. Bus would departure every 30 minutes.
I got out of terminal room to saw some good buses to rode. Actually all buses were similar and I thought all buses were comfort. So I decided to grabbed fastest bus that would be departed.
Finally I bought Mayangsari bus ticket that would depart at 15:15. I must be hurried by bus timer because bus would depart in 2 minutes. Pity man who queued behind me, he couldn’t get a ticket and must wait for half an hour again.
I ran to bus and finally got a backseat, the seat number that I got wasn’t matching with seat number on ticket. I asked to ladies who sat on the middle seat….then a gentlemen behind them told me to sat anywhere …. It was free. Oh, that was the rule. Because available seat was at back, so that was my seat.
Left: The inside of Mayangsari bus that had route Melaka Sentral-Kuala Lumpur
Right: Mayangsari Bus when arriving at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur
Cheap…. only 10 ringgit could move from Malacca to Kuala Lumpur
I didn’t know which way this bus was passed…. actually 2 hours later I arrived at Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS).
The first impression of seeing TBS was very amaze, for fist time I looked a large and clean bus terminal. Also LED information board was very large size for bus terminal standard.
Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, Kuala Lumpur. Left Top: arrival hall Left Lower: ticket counter Right top: Arrival and Departure Information Board
Right Lower: A guide sign to LRT network and KLIA Express train
Because this is an integrated bus terminal and train line to down town, So my eyes were carefully sweeping all information boards to get direction to Bandar Tasik Selatan station that was integrated with Terminal Bersepadu Selatan.
Both Terminal Bersepadu Selatan and Bandar Tasik Selatan Station are connected by a bridge aisle above road.
Top left: Bandar Tasik Selatan Station
Lower left: Connection bridge between Bandar Tasik Selatan Station and Terminal Bersepadu Selatan
Top right: Terminal Bersepadu Selatan
Bottom right: a sign in bridge hallway towards Bandar Tasik Selatan Station
After arrived at Bandar Tasik Selatan Station, I bought ticket at an automatic ticket machine for 3 ringgit towards Plaza Rakyat Station because Hotel Pudu 88 is near it. LRT that I rode was Sri Petaling Line.
Got off at Plaza Rakyat Station, I must turn around UTC (Urban Transformation Centre) Pudu Sentral through a long hallway.
Left: Plaza Rakyat Station
Right: Long hallway from Plaza Rakyat Station towards Pudu Street.
UTC Pudu Sentral is a building where several government institutions such as Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM), Malaysian Immigration Office etc.
After reached end of block, I turned to walk through Pudu Street. After short walking, I saw Puduraya Bus Terminal at right side.
Puduraya terminal on right side of road
After passed Puduraya Bus Terminal along 250 meters finally I found Hotel Pudu 88.
My afternoon trip to Kuala Lumpur stopped here. A cheap and comfortable hotel to stay overnight.
5 hours opportunity was very precious time for me to enjoying beauty of Malacca, Malaysia.
Because didn’t want to lost this moment, then I well prepared itinerary from Jakarta.
After struggled to got a bus from KLIA2 to Malacca and after successfully swept some landscapes around Malacca Dutch Square, then I would continue my adventure to visited other places in Malacca downtown by walk.
Departed from Melaka 0 Mile point, I spent little time to saw lines of Portuguese Wall at t-junction after Melaka 0 Mile. These ruins were well hedged for site maintenance. Malaysia government is seriously working on their tourism that ably contributes revenue about 18 billion dollars per year.
Malacca city wall is Malacca defence wall in the 16th century
Oh yes …. My main visit aim at the moment were St. Paul Church, A Famosa Fort, Malacca River Cruise and Jonker Street.
Okay, I will tell one by one.
Towards St. Paul Church
To found this church, I found direction sign that made me easily where to took a direction. This direction sign is at t-junction south of Melaka 0 Miles.
Walking in Malacca must skillful to find a sign like this. This can make tourists easily to explore Malacca.
Walk about 100 meters, I found Muzium Senibina Malaysia (Malaysia Architecture Museum).
Established by Dutch Colonial in the 18th century, this building was used as office of Malacca Water Board.
Walked straight through this museum about 50 m, I finally found a sign to St. Paul Church that directing me to turned left through a small open door on edge of Kota Street.
This row of stairs is one of several accesses to the church
A number of stairs were high enough waiting in front of my eyes. There wasn’t other way except climbed stairs one by one ….. Just did it, hahaha …. Many tourists who exhausted and rest at edge of stairs.
As soon as I reached to upper stair, I was amazed to a view of ocean and white neat rows of houses and stores.
If you want to see beauty of Malacca from above … just need to ride that Malacca’s Menara Taming Sari ….
Finally I reached top of St. Paul hill and started to entering courtyard outside St. Paul Church. Intentionally I didn’t directly get inside of church to enjoyed beauty of this building from outside.
Left: St. Paul’s Church front view ; Right: St. Paul’s Church back view
After satisfy enjoyed outside of building, I started to got inside. Here’s inside of St. Paul Church.
Above: Inner wall of church
Below: Gravestones were laid against church wall
After explored inside of church for 20 minutes, I decided to got down soon because I realized that my times wasn’t much. I got down stairs to got back to Kota Street.
Towards A Famosa Fort
Continued trip along Kota Street which had been interrupted by visiting St. Paul Church. After walked about 15m, I passed Muzium Islam Melaka (Malacca Islamic Museum).
Originally the building was office of Malacca Islamic Council.
Walked again about 75m, I found some following museums:
UMNO Museum (United Malays National Organization), Malaysia’s largest political party that dominated power since Malaysia’s independence
Malaysian stamp museum
This museum explains spread of Islam in the world, important Muslim figures and some important Islamic buildings.
It didn’t take longtime to reached the A Famosa Fort. It was only about 300m from St Paul’s Church entrance.
Here is the beauty of A Famosa Fort:
A Famosa Fort left front view
Fort A Famosa Fort front view
Entering fort inside, tourists are welcomed by singer with live western songs. His performances was quite entertaining in middle of sun heat.
I talked to Mr. Yusuf, he was a local tourist from Sabah who was on work duty to Malacca and he took a time to picnic.
The natural peeling fort wall shows how it is sturdy as 507-year-old building.
Some informative parts make me amazed for a moment
Actually this fort was built by Alfonso D’Alboquerque who originally came to Malacca just for free captives.
D’Alboquerque itself is very famous in Maluku, Indonesia because once sent a troops to found spices there.
It was already 12:10, it was time for me to left A Famosa Fort for Melaka River Cruise.
Towards Malacca River Cruise and Jonker Street
Moving from Fort A Famosa, I just realized that this fort was opposite a mall
Dataran Pahlawan Mall is a popular place for shopping at Bandar Hilir, Malacca
Walking along Kota Street that was built from pavling block arrangement in daylight required me to drank lots of mineral water to keep my body from dehydration.
Walking along 200 m, I found Taman Kenderaan Sejarah Melaka.
I think it’s a paid playing park for children in Malacca.
After walking for 10 minutes, I reached the edge of Malacca River. Before enjoying the beauty of Malacca River, I took time to visit Bastion Middleburg.
Built by British colonials, this building had function as trading supervision centre in Malacca at the time
And at next to this building is Malacca River.
This river is an important trade route in the 15th century
After seeing Melaka River Cruise activity, my stomach began to rumbled and it was time to had a lunch and ended my adventure in Malacca.
Intentionally I would search lunch menu on Jonker Street. After crossing the bridge that connects between both Malacca river side, I passed this point
In Dutch period, Jonker Street was settlement of Dutch officials. But after Dutch didn’t govern, Jonker Street became settlement of merchants and wealthy businessman.
I began to focus on finding halal food. It was hard to found halal food on Jonker Street but that didn’t mean it didn’t exist.
After 2 blocks I found a food stall owned by a Malaysian Moslem and plastered halal logo. Finally I got inside to ate and closed my trip in Malacca.
Lunch for 10 Malaysian Ringgit
Well, my 5 hours trip in Malacca was over…. It was time to return to the capital of Malaysia i.e Kuala Lumpur for continued my exploration of Malaysia.
Here are sights that can be found in Dutch Square, Malacca, Malaysia.
This map is a 360 degree spot where you can see several venues directly without moving
1. Bus Dropping Point
March 17th, 2018. My travel reached Malacca Dutch Square already told in article “Bus from KLIA 2 to Malacca, Malaysia”.
Panorama Bus No 17 from Melaka Sentral drop me here:
Tourism buses and city buses drop off passengers here.
Because this point is a crowdest point, so many police standby here to make sure cars or buses don’t stop too long here.
Resident names this area as Bangunan Merah. So you just say to bus driver “drop me at Bangunan Merah “. All colours are red, from building wall until brick road.
2. Malacca Clock Tower.
After getting off the bus, first stands out is the tall red tower. This tower is known as Malacca Clock Tower. It has three tiers of building with big clock on all four sides. The tower was built by a Chinese Malaysian millionaire.
132 years old, this building still looks sturdy
3. “I Love Melaka” Spot
Queue for long time here …. the queue was always snatched by impatient tourists….
It is located below of Malacca Clock Tower and it’s always be a tourists target for picture hunting. Taking picture in this spot, can prove that you are in Malacca.
4. Queen Victoria Fountain
This fountain was built to commemorated the 60 years of Queen Victoria holding the throne of British Kingdom. The construction was done 4 years after 60 years of Queen Victoria became king i.e in 1901.
Arguably this is a original trace of British Colonial in Malacca.
5. History and Ethnography Museum
This building is a Dutch Colonial relic. Was built in mid-17th century, this building was once used for Dutch government buildings in Malacca. The original name of this building is Stadthuys and it’s a mark of Portuguese conquest by the Dutch in Malacca.
6. Malacca Christ Church
Goverment strategically, Christ Church was built to commemorate centenary of Malacca conquest from Portuguese Colonial by Dutch one. But functionally, Christ Church was built because the active church was very old at that time. That’s St. Paul Church on St. Paul hill.
Numer 1753 above church building shows the year of construction
7. Balai Seni Lukis Melaka (Malacca Art Gallery).
This two-tiers building is used for 2 different museums. The first floor is used for Muzium Belia Malaysia (Malaysia Youth Museum), while the upper floor is used for Balai Seni Lukis Melaka (Malacca Art Gallery).
AD 1931 …. In that year the building was originally an Anglo-Chinese school building.
8. Malacca Dutch Square Windmill
Windmills has size less than 1/10 of normal size. It was also built as a mark of Portuguese conquest by the Dutch. Such as the historical function of Stadthuys.
9. Melaka 0 Mile
It is the center of Malacca. So all distance in Malacca city is measured from this point.
Okay …. other spots in Malacca city, I will tell in next article ….
This was my latest traveling, exactly 1,5 months ago. For departuring, I entrusted to Malaysia Air Asia AK 383 with Airbus A320. Thankfulness was I would taste Departure Hall Terminal 3-Ultimate (3U) Soekarno Hatta International Airport for first time.
Finally, I had arrived at Terminal 3U on 11 pm after 1 hour trip by DAMRI bus from Kampung Rambutan Bus Terminal, East Jakarta. Because of web check-in yet, then I directly went to Gate 6. This Gate before used by AK 383 at 00:50, was used for China Southern Airlines boarding to Shenzen, China since an hour earlier.
Plane looked old aircraft. But I believed to AirAsia maintenance. After flied 2 hours, I landed again at KLIA 2 for seventh time. Indeed KLIA 2 succeed to captured passengers for transited or visited there.
Before I departed to Malacca, I had breakfast at NZ Curry House in 1st floor. MYR 9 was enough for paid fried rice and Malaysian O tea
After Subuh prayer and toilet activities, I immediately looked for Transnasional bus tickets on 1st floor:
Not a Transnasional bus that I got ….. but Star Mart Express with price about MYR 24.3.
You needs to know that gates for waiting a bus in KLIA2 consists 3 doors i.e Door 1, Door 2 and Door 3. And after exit from door, you will find some shelters i.e A01, A02, A03 etc … B01, B02, B03 and so on. And for my trip to Malacca, I needed to waited on Door 1 Shelter A01.
Bus came at 07:45 (late for 15 minutes) and bus departed at 7:55 to Malacca.
Before entering into bus, bus staff would tear tickets one by one.
Bus interior are very convenient. consist of 3 chairs per row.
Along the way, amount of passanger would be checked by timer staff in certain area wasn’t far from KLIA2.
Traffic was arguably very fluent. Trip about 135 km was covered within 2 hours.
Then where will you be dropped?
Yup , you would dropped in Melaka Sentral, exactly passengers will be dropped here:
Then just walked to nearest door, then you automatically got into Melaka Sentral building.
This is one of Melaka Sentral corner:
Iconic view inside Melaka Sentral
Then looked for waiting room of City Bus Terminal . This is city bus lounge in Melaka Sentral i.e Panorama bus:
Quiet but comfortable, air conditioned and clean rooms
And Panorama bus that leads to center of Malacca is panorama bus no. 17. If you rush to Bangunan Merah, I suggest to takes immediately a bus that already standby. Because I was preoccupied taked some photos here, I let Panorama bus no 17 went away, and finally I must wait next arrival bus for long time, almost 30 minutes. You should wait it near this number sign:
And you have to pay MYR 2 only for a trip from Melaka Sentral to Bangunan Merah (Malacca’s Clock Tower).
Then how is excitement in Malacca? 5 hours of very memorable adventures.
I would write in next article…… thanks, guys.
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