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2157 Date 14 July 2018
Venue: Dengkil - Jalan Dato Dagang Mondok, Kampung Lalang
Hare: Pui Saw Hua
Co-Hares: Pang, Peter Cann, Guillaume (the French Representative!)
Scribe: Dave Kamikaze
Comic: Lim CL

Storming the Bastille the Malaysian Way - GE14 Run

Please wear Bastille Day Run Hash T-shirts from previous years on this 14 July run for ambiance, thanks!

GPS: 2.86290 N 101.70580 E

Detailed instructions from MEX/MAJU (see alternative routes further below):

a) Take the MEX/MAJU Highway to Putrajaya till you reach the PutraJaya toll (set trip meter 0.0km)
b) immediately after toll, exit left (Exit 2005)
c) 2.6 km exit to Dengkil (B11)
d) 3.1 km follow signboard Dengkil (B15)
e) 8.1 km continue straight on B15 (ignore exit to Dengkil), direction Salak Tinggi
f) 12.9 km at traffic lights, turn left towards Bangi (on B18)
g) 13.3 km traffic lights turn right (follow H3 sign boards) towards Kampung Lalang
h) 14.0 km right turn
i) 14.2 km turn left
j) 14.9 km cross a railway bridge 15.0 Turn left onto dirt road and continue to usual site on left.

From Elite Highway to KLIA: take Exit 607 to Putrajaya, go straight past MEX/MAJU interchange (trip meter here if you like) and follow from "c)" above.
From LDP: go in general direction of Putrajaya. Once past the Kajang exit follow the signboard for Dengkil (B15).
Once past the interchange flyovers follow "e)" above.


Dengkil Seafood Restaurant

GPS 2.85957N 101.678871E
or Waze Dengkil Seafood

Set trip meter at run site and turn right onto tarmac road then cross the railroad.

At 1.5 km turn right
At 1.7 km turn left
At 2.4 km at traffic light turn left and join main road (B18) towards Dengkil
At 2.8 km at traffic light go straight towards Dengkil
At 4.6 km at traffic light in Dengkil town turn right
At 4.7 km immediately after traffic light park on left

Dengkil Seafood Restaurant is the corner lot across the road.
Go upstairs (aircon section).
Warning by Restaurant that vehicles parked across the road with bags visible in vehicles have recently been targeted for break-ins