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Every time when it comes to the end of the year, toll hike is always one of the major concerns especially for folks staying in Puchong. Puchong is surrounded by so many tolls (LDP Puchong Barat, LDP Puchong Selatan, LDP Petaling Jaya Selatan, Kesas Sunway Toll, Kesas Awan Besar)
This is a new connection that has been opened up in the recent years and normal working class folks like us ought to find ways not just to find ways to save money but to try to find way to avoid the increasingly choking traffic jam at the Sunway toll plaza.
This is a way for you to skip the jam at the toll plaza. It does not really makes much economy sense if you are just looking to save yourself from paying the RM1.60 toll rate due to the extra distance needed on this alternative route.
From Puchong to Subang (Google Map Link)
From Subang to Puchong (Google Map Link)
Just hit on the Google Map link for both directions to study the turn-by-turn information. Have fun commuting!Read More
This is a new addition to the popular post to skip Puchong Selatan Toll posted way back in 2009.
There’s also a way for poor folks like us to skip the LDP Puchong Barat toll heading to or returning from Subang, USJ, Shah Alam, Hicom.
Step-by-step from Puchong to Subang
- From LDP, exit to Puchong Perdana, go straight all the way until you hit a round-about.
- Turn right at the round-about, follow the road as it curves to the left. Just go all the way and you will find yourself joining back into the highway right after the toll.
Step-by-step from Subang to Puchong
- Heads toward the toll and make a U-turn right before it.
- Turn left at the first junction.
- Follow the road until you hit the round-about.
- Turn left at the round-about.
- Go all the way and you will reach the LDP intersection.
- Turn left to go to IOI, turn right to go to Cyberjaya.
This is a calculation on how much you can earn back on spending with your Citibank Premier Miles card.
Calculation and information gathered are to my best knowledge so far, please comment if you would like me to add in or to correct any wrong information.
Enrich Voucher redemption
|Enrich Point||Voucher Value (MYR)|
Citibank Premier Miles to Enrich Voucher
|Spending (MYR)||Premier Miles||Enrich Point||Value of Enrich earned (MYR)||Value earned per Ringgit spent (MYR)|
Citibank Premier Miles to AirAsia e-Gift Vouchers
|Spending (MYR)||Premier Miles||AirAsia e-Gift Voucher||Value earned per Ringgit spent (MYR)|
Travel-related purchases (e.g. hotel stays, airline tickets, cruises, bus and train tickets)
|Spending (MYR)||Premier Miles||Cash Rebate||Value earned per Ringgit spent (MYR)|
Conclusion: Spending and redeeming AirAsia e-Gift Voucher seems to be the best yet according to the calculations above. For every Ringgit spent, we will get back 0.009259MYR (0.9 cents).
A typical credit card would give you 1 point per Ringgit spent. 1 point is equivalents to 0.5 cents.
Spending and redeeming Enrich Voucher on this card gives you even lesser than what a typical credit card would give you.Read More
Why True Move H?
It’s very easily available in 7-11.
What’s the packages available?
There are 2 types. Recurring and ala-carte.
For foreign visitor like us, it’s always wise to subscribe to the ala-carte / one-time-off subscription. And in case you finishes the quota allocated before the time expires, you can subscribe to monthly packages (it’s ok to overlap monthly with ala-carte but you can’t overlap ala-carte with another ala-carte).
Just remember to call to cancel off the monthly subscription when you are leaving the country!Read More