There is nothing appetizing about this ramp.
File photo dated December 29, 2007.
Photo by Wuan.
Sooka Sentral is one of the newest landmark in Kuala Lumpur. It is located opposite the Stesen Sentral departure entrance. Both Sooka Sentral and Stesen Sentral are part of the Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) project that is being promoted as Malaysia’s largest transit hub.
This is the ramp leading to Sooka Sentral. This is an example of building a ramp for the sake of building a ramp. It does not serve any purpose except to show that there is a ramp leading to the building. No wheelchair user can get himself up that ramp, not even with assistance. Besides, there is no curb ramp from the road to this particular ramp. Wuan had to lift my wheelchair up a six inch curb to get to it.
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