I have encountered many misleading road signs as I travel more on the roads lately...
Just to quote a few examples here:
1.Just after the toll from KLIA, the direction to KL is on the same signboard as the direction to Shah Alam. It should be on the same signboard as the direction to Seremban and Johor Bahru. Any foreigners and those new comers to KLIA will surely be misled.
2.Multi-layered interchanges have problems to tell motorists of the directions of destinations.One example that I usually get lost is the one near Ikea next to One Utama.
3.I noticed that there is not enough road signs to public buildings.When I was in Ipoh yesterday to see someone at Ipoh City Hall,I only saw one sign as I checked out at Simpang Pulai and another about 10km away when I was about to arrive.From Ipoh City Hall, I had another appointment at PKNP,next Ipoh Railway station.I had no clue how to go there and no signboards at to assist me. Luckily,I had my GPS device to guide me and we arrived without getting lost.
From the above and previous experience ,before I go to new places or places that I seldom go ,it is better to study the map first and plan my journey.
May invite fellow readers to share your observations/experience regarding misleasding road signs. Thank you.