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Bali Good

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Thanks to AirAsia, I got to go on another one of the low fare flight, this time heading to Bali island in Indonesia.

Arrived at Ngurah Rai airport around 2pm. Our driver picked us up to our hotel in the centre of Kuta town and it is free and easy for the rest of our day. We walked around Kuta town trying to absorb in the happenings and environment as much as possible. Things in Bali are not that cheap exactly and it very much depends on your negotiation skills. The price that they first sell to you was way much higher than what I think that merchandise costs. You can negotiate a price 70% cheaper than the price that they offered and they were still willing to sell it to you. Try negotiating is what I suggest when you go shopping in any part of Bali.

We walked around town until we came upon the Bali bomb memorial where it used to be the site of Paddy Pub and Sari Club.
Bali Bomb Memorial

Bali Bomb Memorial


It was bombed by terrorists on 12 October 2002. The chaos and the terrors still remained in the memories of those who witnessed it. Our driver was one of the drivers who helped to fetch all the tourists to the airport back and fro. He told us that day itself he earned around 30 million Rp fetching all the tourists who wished to cancel their trip to go to the airport. However, that 30 million Rp will last him for one year as tourists arrival to Bali dropped drastically after the incident.

The next day, we had our breakfast at the hotel and off we went to our first destination, the Barong and Kris dance show. In my opinion, it was a little bit overpriced and not really worth to go. However if you are a first timer to Bali, then it wouldn't hurt to see what is their show all about. For the first half of the trip, our driver took us to all the shops where tourists shop such as the Batik centre, Sliver shop, wood carving shop and coffee plantation. The merchandise at all of these shop are somehow expensive and you could get much better prices at other places where you could bargain and negotiate, for example in Ubud and Kuta. However, it depends on different individual on what is classified as expensive or cheap items.
Balinese Food

Balinese Food

After all the shopping, we went to the paddy terrace at Tegalalang where the view was spectacular and peaceful to the eye.
Paddy Terrace view at Tegalalang Bali

Paddy Terrace view at Tegalalang Bali


It's amazing to see the hill full of steps and steps of paddy fields. After photo snappings, off we went for our lunch at a restaurant where we had a good view of the Kintamani volcano.
Kintamani Volcano and the largest lake in Bali

Kintamani Volcano and the largest lake in Bali


According to our driver, it erupted around 10 years ago and a lot of people died. You can still see the area around the volcano that is black and could tell the area where the larva of the volcano had destroyed until as the other area was as green as the forest. Still it is a sight to behold of the amazing mother nature.

Later we stopped by a temple at Tampaksiring and then to Ubud town for some shopping.
In the temples at Bali

In the temples at Bali

In the temples at Bali

In the temples at Bali

The next morning, we went to the Nusa Dua beach.
Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach

Nusa Dua Beach


That day it was so sunny, we felt like lying around and doing nothing. Abit uncomfortable with the people trying to persuade you to join all sorts of water activities when all you want to do is sit around and do nothing. We walked along the beach and we encountered about 15 to 20 people approaching you and asking you whether you want to play their water sports. Refusing them all politely and we went back to the place our driver dropped us off and we head to another place called the 'Water Blow'.
Water Blow

Water Blow

Water Blow

Water Blow


The place where the currents of the ocean splashed high against the rocks of the cliff in Nusa Dua. A beautiful place just to sit down and feel the ocean wind. There was a park there where it could get pretty crowded during peak time in Bali.
Padang Padang Beach at Bali

Padang Padang Beach at Bali

After our lunch, we visited the GWK. Entry fee is at 50000Rp per person.
at GWK

at GWK


Later we visited the Blue Point. The purpose of our visit was to see the famous church in there. However, if you tell the guard there that you wish to look around, they will not let you enter the premise. We had to tell the guard that we want to eat in the restaurant in order for us to get inside the premise. Once inside, of course we had to order something to eat before we could go around to see what we wanted to see...a really nice place indeed.
In a restaurant at Blue Point Villa

In a restaurant at Blue Point Villa

In a restaurant at Blue Point Villa 2

In a restaurant at Blue Point Villa 2

Blue Point Villa & Spa

Blue Point Villa & Spa

Next stop was the famous Uluwatu temple (3000Rp pp) and the sunset dinner at Jimbaran beach.
Uluwatu

Uluwatu


In Uluwatu, you need to wear a sarong to enter as a respect to the holy temple there. Beware of all the monkeys around you as they will snatch your items such as glasses or plastic bags. So becareful to remove all you dangling items before you enter. There was however, an old local there with a long stick and a bag of fruits standing there waiting at the temple. In case any tourist's items are snatched by the monkey, he will use the fruits to pursuade the monkey to bring it down and then charge you for a fee of returning the items snatched. Sunset at Jimbaran is indeed a romantic experience if you are there with your loved ones, but the food there were expensive and not fresh to the taste. Who cares...as long as you get to sit there on the beach having a lovely evening watching the sunset with your partner.
Sunset at Jimbaran Beach

Sunset at Jimbaran Beach

The fourth day, we visited the Bedugul lake temple at Ulu Danu (3000Rp pp)
Bedugul Temple...same as the money note

Bedugul Temple...same as the money note


and the Taman Ayun temples (3000Rp pp).
Temples at Taman Ayun

Temples at Taman Ayun


Lunch was at a restaurant named Pacung which is priced at 84000Rp per person for a buffet lunch. Tanah Lot was next on our destination with the entrance fee of 12500Rp per person.
Tanah Lot Temple2

Tanah Lot Temple2

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On our last day, we toured around Kuta town, Denpasar town and Seminyak town. We visited the unique structure of the Bali musuem and lastly bought some Kek Lapis before heading to the airport for our flight back home.
Sanur Beach

Sanur Beach


Bali Musuem

Bali Musuem

Posted by puileng 06:05 Archived in Indonesia Comments (0)

Journey in Taiwan

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Back from my trip almost more than a week and now it's time to recap back my journey to Taiwan, a place which I really enjoyed visiting, with all the wonderful and great sceneries, friendly people and convenient transportation accessible to most tourist places.
Welcome to Taiwan

Welcome to Taiwan

Jan 24 2010

Depart from LCCT airport at 9.55am to Tao Yuan airport. Arrived at Tao Yuan airport around 2.45pm. We were quite excited to have arrived and anticipated the days of exploring Taiwan ahead of us. After claiming our luggage, we bought bus tickets (NT220 per person) to Tai Chung scheduled at 4pm and two and a half hours later, dropped off in front of Sogo, Tai Chung. We literally had to dragged our luggage down a flight of stairs through an underground tunnel over to the opposite side of Sogo to get to our hotel, PC Hotel, next to a five star hotel.
bus counter to purchase tickets to Tai Chung

bus counter to purchase tickets to Tai Chung


inside bus heading to Tai Chung

inside bus heading to Tai Chung


View near our hotel at Tai Chung

View near our hotel at Tai Chung


Hotel at Tai Chung

Hotel at Tai Chung


Our room at Tai Chung

Our room at Tai Chung

Our hotel in Tai Chung was booked with help from a friend in Taiwan. Although we had a long day, we went straight back out of the hotel after we checked in and dropped off our luggage at our room. We took a taxi which costed around NT140 per taxi to go to Feng Jia Night Market. The hustling and busy street in Feng Jia confirmed that we had arrived at the famous night market in Tai Chung. I was already starving by the time we got to the night market and the first thing that I hunted for was FOOD!!! There were many food stalls all over the street and we each went to different stalls to buy food to fill our stomach. Actually, choosing what to eat was also an issue for us...haha... those stalls that had nice looking food and smells usually had a long long queue to go with it and those without queue left us wondering if it was worth to try...but our stomach was practically shouting and urging at us to get any food as long as it is food. So we ended up trying their 'stinky tofu', some sausages and chicken fillets with salads (which we got after a long queue). Stomach satisfied and we proceeded to the other stalls selling other than foods. We bought a lot of clothes, some boots and accessories. I like their nice design and the cheap price tag to go with it. :p Well, some clothes were cheap but some were quite expensive....so you have to really walked through the shops at the night market. It was 11pm before we decided to call it a night and took a taxi back to our hotel. Charge for taxi on the way back was NT160. Reached our hotel and need to pack a day clothes to spend a night at Qing Jing Farm tomorrow.
Some of our meals at Feng Jia night market

Some of our meals at Feng Jia night market

Jan 25 2010

Had buffet breakfast which was included with the room rates at our hotel. We checked out and left our heavy luggage at the reception before heading out to the streets. We intended to take a bus to Qing Jing Farm but instead a taxi driver approached us to take us up there (NT4400 for 6 persons, journey to and fro from Tai Chung to Qing Jing with some stops at Pu Li). The taxi can seat 6 people and fit our backpack as well. Higher than the price of the bus but shorten the journey and a comfortable ride directly to our cabin villa (I like to called it cabin although it is not really a cabin but it gives me a cabin like feel :p). Transportation decided and we were on our way to Qing Jing. The journey was almost 2 hours and we reached our cabin villa at Qing Jing. Our accommodation is called Top Cloud Villa and it costed us NT3360 for a four persons room per night and NT1960 for a two persons room. Dumped our luggage at the reception and out we went to the Qing Jing Farm nearby. By the time we arrived, it was already noon. There was a farm show at 2.30pm, and in the meantime we walked around the huge farm. In the farm, the sheeps were roaming freely and tourists could get up close and feed the sheeps. This farm had an amazing landscape and with lots of sheeps dotting here and there, it made me feel as though I'm in some countryside. hmm..maybe IT IS a countryside...
Qing Jing Farm

Qing Jing Farm


Qing Jing Farm

Qing Jing Farm


Qing Jing Farm

Qing Jing Farm


sheeps at Qing Jing

sheeps at Qing Jing


castle at Qing Jing

castle at Qing Jing

Again, our stomach was screaming at us and we went to some food stalls nearby to fill our stomach. Most of their meals were either pork or beef, occassionally chicken which was quite rare. Had a beef noodle for lunch and we went back to the farm show scheduled at 2.30pm. It was raining and we had to stand with an umbrella to watch the show. The show let us glimpsed how their dog herded the sheep into groups and in the direction that they wanted. They got some of the audience to be involved in their show by doing simple farm tasks and games.
Farm Show at Qing Jing Farm

Farm Show at Qing Jing Farm


Audience participating in a farm show

Audience participating in a farm show


Qing Jing Farm

Qing Jing Farm


The show ended about half an hour later. We walked back to our cabin villa while enjoying the fresh air and scenery along the way. Stopped by at Qing Jing Tourist Center for some souvenirs and tidbits. I bought a dorayaki with red wine and grape flavour ice cream in it and it was nice eating cold ice cream dorayaki in the cold weather. :p Reached back our cabin around 5.30pm and after we freshen up, we decided to stay in and eat instant noodles instead of going out. For your info, the road to the cabin at night is not very well lit. Although it was safe, but it's some distant away from food stalls. Still within walking distance though. The bed and the toilet bowl in our room has heater because the temperature there was very cold.
Top Cloud Villa

Top Cloud Villa


Jan 26 2010

view from our balcony at Top Cloud Villa

view from our balcony at Top Cloud Villa


view from our room balcony at Top Cloud Villa

view from our room balcony at Top Cloud Villa


The place was so beautiful, we were snapping photos all the way from inside our room to the hall to the reception and finally to our destination, the buffet breakfast table...breakfast was simple but was very fresh especially the vegetables, it was crunchy. After breakfast, it was outside the building snapping photos again until our taxi driver showed up at the doorstep around 10.00am. He brought us around Pu Li town and stopped by at a wine brewery tourist center.
PuLi wine brewery center

PuLi wine brewery center


Pui Wine Brewery Center

Pui Wine Brewery Center


We bought some peanut candies with different flavours, some milk nougats and walked through the history panel of the wine brewery center. On reaching Tai Chung town, we requested the taxi driver to bring us to buy the Tai Chung local products, suncake and pineapple pastries. He brought us to the shop where the suncake was first originated in Tai Chung.
Shop selling suncakes and other pastries

Shop selling suncakes and other pastries


Suncake

Suncake


This suncake was quite nice although I like another pastry that I tried more. Too bad the people there said the other pastry would not last very long until I'm back home. However, the suncake they said will last for a month. So, I bought some for my family to try (NT200 for 10 pieces of suncakes). By the time we reached back to our hotel, it was already 2.00pm. Haven't had lunch since breakfast. So, we went to a nearby McDonald for some food. Nearby, we went to explore the National Musuem of Natural Science. There were many sections in that musuem. We only explored 3 sections after 3 hours.
motorbikes

motorbikes


path leading to National Musuem of Natural Science

path leading to National Musuem of Natural Science


price and schedule

price and schedule


price and schedule

price and schedule


Dinner was at a steamboat restaurant near Sogo. Had a terific time there with my friends. Waiters there were quite friendly. The steamboat had a time limit of 90 minutes of eating and unlimited adding of beef, pork, vegetables or other ingredients.
steamboat restaurant

steamboat restaurant


Steamboat Restaurant

Steamboat Restaurant


At the Steamboat Restaurant

At the Steamboat Restaurant


With a full stomach, we decided to go to Feng Jia night market AGAIN....as we didn't managed to cover all the shops there on the first day :p As I was waiting for my friends to select some accessories, a small advertisement in a shop caught my eye...Tarot Card Reading, NT150 for 10 minutes. Since me and another friend of mine have nothing better to do, we went up to the place and enquire about our future...hehe :p
Sogo

Sogo


nice clock at Sogo

nice clock at Sogo

Jan 27 2010

Woke up early in the morning to have breakfast at our hotel at 7am and at around 8am, boarded a taxi (NT140 per taxi) to the bus station (Chao Ma Che Zhan). From Tai Chung, we headed to Kao Shiung. Bus tickets costed NT200 per person. The journey took around 3 hours until we reached the Kao Shiung Bus Station.
bus station

bus station


Alighted the bus and walked to an MRT station. We bought a MRT ticket that we could use for a whole day in Kao Shiung for NT200 per person. We proceeded from Kao Shiung MRT to San Duo station to reached our hotel for the night at the '85 tower'. The person in charge brought us to our rooms and we were in awe when we catched a glimpse of the rooms. Each of us was like 'wow'.... Three of the rooms was decorated with different design and was facing an awesome view. After a brief introduction of the surrounding area from the person in charge, off we went to take the MRT to another station and reached a shop to rent bicycles for the rest of the day. If remember correctly, the price for renting a bicycle was NT80.
our bikes at Kao Shiung

our bikes at Kao Shiung


view in Kao Shiung

view in Kao Shiung


left or right?

left or right?


view from CiHou fort

view from CiHou fort


We cycled to the harbour to board a ferry taking us to Qi Jian island. At the island, we cycled around to some landmarks, the Cihou Fort and Cihou lighthouse. Cycled along the sea and wished to cycle to the windmill but was too far and it was getting dark fast. We give that place a pass and hope to be able to see it next time. We cycled back to the harbour and board the ferry back to Kao Shiung. We returned our bike and walked to the Liu Ye night market. We enjoyed some dumplings, sausages, otoyaki, and others for our dinner. We walked further along the night market street until we reached the Love River. It was quite a romantic place although nothing much to do there except observing the bridge over the river lighting up in colourful lights.
Love River

Love River


Quite a nice place for couples to stroll along. We walked to a nearby MRT station in search of a unique restaurant in Kao Shiung. It is called New Taiwan @ Original (translated from chinese coz dunno wat's called in english). Inside this restaurant was a lot of old style design from a few decades back. Here, you could find those old shops streets design, replicas of old bus station seats, old cinemas, postbox, even an old train on the second floor. While waiting for our orders of desserts to come, we took the opportunity to snap away.
New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant menu

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant menu


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original restaurant

New Taiwanese Original restaurant


Train at New Taiwan Original Restaurant

Train at New Taiwan Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


New Taiwanese Original Restaurant

New Taiwanese Original Restaurant


Around 10.45pm, we quickly rushed to the MRT to avoid missing the last train back to San Duo station. Back to our hotel and after freshening up, we began snapping photos of the incredibly lovely hotel. It wasn't until around 1pm that we had some sleep. And the next morning, we woke up at 4.30am!!!
nice design at one of the MRT stations

nice design at one of the MRT stations


Room at Kao Shiung

Room at Kao Shiung


Room at Kao Shiung

Room at Kao Shiung


Room at Kao Shiung

Room at Kao Shiung


View from our room at Kao Shiung

View from our room at Kao Shiung

Jan 28 2010

Bullet Train from Kao Shiung to Taipei

Bullet Train from Kao Shiung to Taipei


Woke up early at 4.30am to get ready to gather at the lobby at 5.30am. Dragged our luggage along the deserted pathway along Kao Shiung streets and boarded the MRT to Zuo Ying Station. From there we took the 7.06am bullet train which costs us NT1265 from Kao Shiung to Taipei, as we missed the earliest train. The journey took about 1 hour and a half to reach Taipei. On reaching Taipei, we bought an Easycard with a value of NT500 for easier access to MRT and bus transport in Taipei. Taipei MRT station was indeed a very busy station. There were people all over the place and the machine that lets people in and out with a beep keep beeping all the while we were waiting to purchase our tickets. We took the MRT together with our luggage (thank god our luggage got wheels =.=') to Xi Men Station. Found our hotel 'Paradise Hotel after a few blocks and rows of shops. Dropped our luggage at the reception as we couldn't check in early, and off we went to our first destination in Taipei, the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. Nothing much there except to snap photos in the large area and to watch the exchanging of the security guards at the memorial hall.
Freedom Public Square

Freedom Public Square


Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall

Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall


Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall

Chiang Kai Shek memorial hall


Boarded the MRT to go to Loong Shan Temple. A lot of people but somehow we managed to placed the joss sticks in the 10 places designated for joss sticks.
Loong Shan temple

Loong Shan temple


Next we went to the underground mall 'East Metro Mall' in between two MRT station (Zhong Xiao FuXing and Zhong Xiao Dun Hua stations).
East Metro Mall - underground mall between 2 MRT stations

East Metro Mall - underground mall between 2 MRT stations


After some shopping, we again used the MRT and public bus to get to the Taipei 101, the tallest building in Taipei. Had our late lunch there in the foodcourt. Prices per meal at the foodcourt cost around NT130-NT160. The inside of the building looks quite similar to KLCC...with all the expensive brands in there... We then boarded a bus which was supposed to get us back to the MRT station, but however we got on the wrong bus and got down at the next station. While waiting for the right bus to come, we suddenly saw a full view of the Taipei 101 and was actually quite lucky that we got the wrong bus. We got a good view of the full Taipei 101 and without wasting time, we snapped away...
Taipei 101

Taipei 101


Taipei 101

Taipei 101


Bus Stop

Bus Stop


Back to the MRT, we were now heading towards 'Hou Shan Pi' station to go to 'Wu Fen Pu' - Taipei's largest wholesale market for garments, where hundreds of stores offers clothes of many designs at low prices. We shopped a lot here and went back hands full. On our way back, stopped at 7-Eleven (there were a lot of 7-11 shops here...about 500km you'll see a 7-11) to buy food and snacks for the night.
Wu Fen Pu

Wu Fen Pu

Jan 29 2010

inside a public bus

inside a public bus


Had our breakfast at 9.00am at a nearby shop. Took the MRT and boarded a bus No 260 to Yang Ming Shan. The journey took around 1 hour to reach Yang Ming Station and from there, we needed to board another bus No 108 to reach the park. The place was cold and very picturesque. Walked along the park and saw some couples taking their wedding photos there. Pity the bride must be very cold because despite the cold weather, she need to wear strapless gown for her photos.
Yang Ming Station

Yang Ming Station


Bus Stop at Yang Ming Shan

Bus Stop at Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


Yang Ming Shan

Yang Ming Shan


After the trip, we again took the bus back to town and took MRT to Xin Bei Tou for our hot spring spa. The MRT to Xin Bei Tou was very unique and colourful. They even had a screen in front of the seats introducing the attractions at Xin Bei Tou.
MRT to Xin Bei Tou

MRT to Xin Bei Tou


MRT to Xin Bei Tou

MRT to Xin Bei Tou


our room for a relaxing hotspring

our room for a relaxing hotspring


hot spring spa

hot spring spa


Spa center

Spa center


After a relaxing hot spa, we enjoyed our Italian meal at the center and proceeded to Dan Shui for the night. Dan Shui has lots of pastries and souvenirs to buy back for your friends and families.
Street at Dan Shui

Street at Dan Shui


A handful of these and we still have time to go to the famous Shilin night market. this night market was abit too crowded for my liking. We didn't get much things around here. Reached Xi Men around 11.30pm and had a late supper...desserts (tong shui) at a nearby shop.
Xi Men Ting on a rainy day

Xi Men Ting on a rainy day


Xi Men Ting on a rainy day

Xi Men Ting on a rainy day


Xi Men Ting on a clear day

Xi Men Ting on a clear day

Jan 30 2010

Morning breakfast at McDonald. Tried their pork burger which was not available in McD Malaysia. Around 10.30am, boarded bus No1062 heading to Jiu Fen. The journey took around 2 hours if not mistaken. Went up there and walked along the originals streets from ages ago.
viwe from Jiu Fen

viwe from Jiu Fen


view from Jiu Fen

view from Jiu Fen


Had our lunch at the famous fishballs shop. Indeed very big and delicious.
Famous fishball at Jiu Fen

Famous fishball at Jiu Fen


Jiu Fen

Jiu Fen


Jiu Fen

Jiu Fen


Walked through a lot of shops here and then took another bus up to Jin Gua Shi.
a nice police station

a nice police station


view at Jin Gua Shi

view at Jin Gua Shi


view at Jin Gua Shi

view at Jin Gua Shi


view at Jin Gua Shi

view at Jin Gua Shi


Walked around the area and also visited the gold musuem. Took bus back to town and then MRT back to Xi Men Station. By the time we reached Xi Men station, it was already dark. We were looking for food around Xi Men Ting when we bumped into this restaurant that we saw in the internet many times by chance. The restaurant was called 'Modern Toilet Restaurant' and the theme of this restaurant is as per its name. We were sitting on toilet bowls and our tables was a big bath tub with a clear glass on top of it. Our meal was full of shit. Meals came in toilet bowls and some drinks came in flush bowls. Ice cream was in the shape of shit and we practically licked it clean...Gross...but we had fun nonetheless. The food there was nothing to shout about but the theme here was quite creative.
Modern Toilet Restaurant

Modern Toilet Restaurant


Modern Toilet Restaurant at Xi Men Ting

Modern Toilet Restaurant at Xi Men Ting


Later we again went to Wu Fen Pu which we haven't had enough shopping yet. We shopped until we missed the last MRT train and needed to get a taxi back to our hotel...haha...

Jan 31 2010

Some of our meals in Taiwan

Some of our meals in Taiwan


Tao Yuan Airport

Tao Yuan Airport


Breakfast at a local shop nearby and walked around Xi Men Ting area before taking a taxi to the airport for our flight back home. Departed home at 3.55pm. Goodbye Taiwan...Reached our homeland at 8.35pm. Miss our food so much...muacks...roti canai satu!!!

Posted by puileng 21:38 Archived in Taiwan Comments (6)

HatYai

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Headed to Hat Yai for my company trip this year. All of us gathered at the Puduraya bus station to board our bus, a VIP coach with 18 seater and an entertainment system in front of every seat.
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(Our comfortable bus seater)

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(Bus infotainment system)

There were a lot of movies and music to choose from the system during our 7 hours journey to Hat Yai....not bad. We departed at 10.30pm and arrived at the Malaysia Thailand border at 6am the following day. After all the immigration document processing had been done, we proceeded around 6.30am to our stop in Hat Yai. A local tour company picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel (Lee Garden Plaza Hotel) to check in before continuing with our half day city tour.
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(Hotel room)

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(Streets of Hat Yai)

Our half day tour includes places such as the four face Buddha temple, Kuan Yin temple, a shop selling local products and lunch.
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(Buddha statue in the distance)

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(Birds are set free)

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(Fire Crackers are set off to thank the Buddha when wish are granted)

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(Four Face Buddha)

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(Large Buddha Statue)

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(Laughing Buddha)

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(Kuan Yin Statue)

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(Kim Yong Market)

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(Fruits stalls at Kim Yong market)

After that, we requested that they dropped us off at the Kim Yong market for our leisurely shopping before going back to our hotel. Nothing catched our interest much at the Kim Yong market. The prices there were not really cheap although there were a lot of variety of products to choose from. There were bags, shirts, fruits, souvenirs and many more household items available there. On reaching our hotel, we tried the pork burger and broccoli pie at Mc Donalds nearby as McDonalds back home don't have either one of the item.
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(Broccoli pie at Mc Donalds)

For our dinner, we ate at a restaurant recommended on one of some websites, Kan Eng Restaurant. It was located within walking distance from our hotel and near BP Grand Tower. The food was definitely recommendable. After a satisfied meal, we strolled along the streets browsing through some items of the night hawkers. After tired of walking, we stopped at a massage centre for foot massage. The price was around 200 baht for an hour of massage.
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(Mango sticky rice)

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(Elephant on the street)

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(Tuk Tuk)

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(Night view from hotel)

The next morning, after our buffet breakfast at the hotel, we hired a van (1000 baht for 10 person) to take us to Songkhla city. We stopped at the Tang Kuan Hill Station and the famous mermaid statue.
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(Tang Kuan Hill Station)

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(Royal Pagoda)

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(Wishes and Blessings at the Royal Pagoda)

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(Mermaid Statue at Songkhla)

We wanted to visit the aquarium there too but unfortunately, it was closed on that day. Founded out that the aquarium was closed every Tuesday. After stopping by a centre for souvenir shopping, we were dropped off at one of the market near the clock tower. Ahhh...this market was where we shopped a lot and for hours. There were a lot of variety of bags and shoes until we were spoilt for choice. We bargained, bargained and bargained and managed to get a few bags, cashewnuts, tid bits and some souvenirs. After endless shopping, we filled our growling stomach at a stall selling mango sticky rice. Delicious...
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(Mango Sticky Rice)

Carrying all the stuffs that we bought, we get on a tuk tuk for 20 baht per person back to our hotel.

At night, we headed up to the 32nd floor of the Lee Plaza building for the sky buffet dinner at 149 baht per person.
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(Sky buffet dinner)

Later, it's shopping again at the streets and plaza nearby the hotel.

The next morning, we boarded our bus back to Puduraya station.

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The Wonders of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh

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After this trip, I felt in love with Siem Reap and would definitely go to this lovely country again anytime. The people were wonderful and friendly. The Angkor Wat is the most majestic thing I had ever seen and one can't help but wonder, how on earth do those Khmer people built these temples from a thousand years back...

Our trip began with the earliest 2 hour AirAsia flight from KL to Siem Reap. This filght was booked half a year in advance for only RM105 (return flight KL-Siem Reap, Phnom Penh-KL)....cheap... We arrived at Siem Reap International Airport around 8am (Siem Reap local time and will be referring to local time in this blog). The airport was beautiful and it looked like a holiday resort if not for the aeroplanes outside this lovely building.

Our tuk tuk drivers, Mr Sen and Mr Salim, from Palm Garden Lodge was waiting for us at the arrival gate. They were friendly and we felt at ease as one could speak in Malay and one could speak in Mandarin. Riding in a tuk tuk was quite an experience due to the not so good condition of the roads. large_IMG_2755.jpg
It was quite a bumpy ride but we enjoyed it nonetheless. The roads were dusty, so we had to wear sunglasses and mask to protect our eyes and face.

We finally reached our guesthouse after around 20 minutes. The first impression of this guesthouse was that it is quite cosy and tranquil. IMG_2742.jpg
What surprised us was that they served us welcome drinks and cool towels. Never expected these services before in a budget accommodation. They let us checked into our room even though it's way before the check in time.
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Felt at home right away. Mr Kam Po or issit Mr Mao..., explained to us the itinerary for the following 4 days that we were there. After agreeing on the fees and itinerary plan, we set off to our first destination...The Tonle Sap Lake.

We arrived at the jetty and paid USD15 for a tour around the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia. There was a voluntary guide following us on this tour of the lake, explaining the sights and history of the lake. We appreciated his efforts although we had a hard time understanding his English. He brought us around the village on Tonle Sap. There's even a basketball court on the lake...cool...
vendor on Tonle Sap lake

vendor on Tonle Sap lake

villagers collecting their fishes

villagers collecting their fishes

Tonle Sap village

Tonle Sap village


basketball court on Tonle Sap

basketball court on Tonle Sap

After the tour, we headed back by tuk tuk to the old market to fill our stomach. Our first taste of Khmer food at Khmer Kitchen Restaurant.
Khmer Food at Khmer Kitchen Restaurant

Khmer Food at Khmer Kitchen Restaurant


We tried the Amok with chicken and other local dishes. Finished our meal and off we went to the old market nearby to check out their local products. One can test their bargaining skills there. Never ever agreed to pay on the first price that they offered. Try to bargain abit and you can get some good products for a cheap price.
old market at Siem Reap

old market at Siem Reap

Around 4.30pm, our tuk tuk drivers picked us up from the old market and proceeded to Angkor area to purchase our passes to the temples. A 3 day ticket pass costs USD40, which you can visit any temples within the Angkor grounds free of charge for 3 days. After purchasing the pass, we went to the Angkor Wat temple to catch the sunset. The lights of the sun shining on the majestic Angkor Wat is definitely not to be missed.
serene moat surrounding Angkor Wat

serene moat surrounding Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

the majestic Angkor Wat

the majestic Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

lion guards

lion guards


For dinner, we went to the Angkor Mondial Restaurant for our buffet dinner with a traditional dance performance by the locals. Such enchanting traditional moves in each of their dances.
traditional dance

traditional dance


We called it a night after that.

The next morning, we again proceeded to the Angkor Wat temple to explore further. All over the temple, there were bas-reliefs and sunken reliefs that never failed to capture the attention of the many tourists flocking to the temple. The carvings were of such detail that some even depicted their history and daily life on the walls of the temples. We explored in awe all of these wonderful historical sites. Most of the Buddha statues had missing heads and hands. This according to some books and guides, was because of some people stealing their heads to sell due to their historical value and worth. Some of the structures were damaged by the Khmer Rouge people. By now, the Angkor Wat temple is strictly guarded to ensure it retain its historical value.
Apsaras carving

Apsaras carving

carvings on the ceiling of the temple

carvings on the ceiling of the temple

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat temple

Angkor Wat temple

nice carvings

nice carvings

Sanskrit on the wall of Angkor temple

Sanskrit on the wall of Angkor temple

carvings on the wall

carvings on the wall

missing Buddha heads

missing Buddha heads

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

steep staircase

steep staircase

steep staircase leading to the highest point at Angkor Wat

steep staircase leading to the highest point at Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

the missing lion guard

the missing lion guard

missing tails of the guard lions

missing tails of the guard lions

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Next stop, Bayon, famous for its many Bayon faces on the temples. Before we reached the Bayon, we stop by the entrance walkway leading to the gate of Angkor Thom.
gate of Angkor Thom

gate of Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom

Angkor Thom


There were many stone guards lining the walkway leading up to the Angkor Thom gate with the Naga (water serpent) leading the line up on each side. Angkor Thom which means 'Great City' is a Buddhist monument built during the time of Jayavarman VII (AD1181-1219). At the Bayon, you could see a lot of faces on the temple. Some said that the faces resembles the Buddha and some said that they resemble the face of Jayavarman VII himself.
smilling Bayon looking down upon us

smilling Bayon looking down upon us


Inside Bayon, there was only one steep staircase leading to the higher towers of the Bayon. steep staircase at Bayon

steep staircase at Bayon


One can't help but wonder on the marvellous artwork of the temples.
Bayon

Bayon


These Khmer people are really amazing.

Thoughout your trip to the Angkor temples, you will be approached by kids selling all kinds of things, from books, handicrafts, scarfs, shirts to drinks and food. Be sure not to buy all of your stuff from one kid as once you buy from one kid, all the other will come chasing after you. To be fair, the products that they sell sometimes are even cheaper than those that you buy at the market. However, their approach of selling during your visit to the temples are abit annoying. I brought along a packet of sweets to be distributed to the kids though. If you do not buy from them, they will instead request sweets from you. Some will even request your country's currency note, for their collection, as they informed. Oh..and remember NEVER to promise the kids that you will come back 'later' to buy because they will remember you and you will have a hard time going out from the temples 'LATER'...just say 'NO' whenever you are approached, if you do not intend to buy from them.

Phimeanakas, built in the second half of the 10th century, is accessible by four axial staircases. Durnig the Khmer Empire times, each night at the top of the tower, the King has to sleep with a representation in the form of a woman of the nine-headed serpent who was master of the land of the Kingdom. Failing which meant the end of the King's life.
temple

temple

At Prasat Suor Prat, there are twelve identical towers which are used to settle legal disputes. The contenders are placed in one of the towers for a few days, and the one to emerge in ill health is considered loser, guilty by divine decree.
12 identical towers at Prasat Suor Prat

12 identical towers at Prasat Suor Prat


It is located just opposite of the Terrace of Elephants.
Terraces of elephants

Terraces of elephants

Later, we climbed up the hill leading to Phnom Bakheng to catch the sunset. An alternative up the hill was to take the elephant ride up there. The place was a bit crowded with all the people waiting to see the sunset.
sunset at Phnom Bakheng

sunset at Phnom Bakheng


Watching the sun setting slowly was definitely something not to be missed during your trip here. After the sun had set, we climbed down in the dark with the help of a torchlight. After we freshen up at our guesthouse, we ride on the tuk tuk to the Pub Street for our dinner.
Pub Street at Siem Reap

Pub Street at Siem Reap


There were a lot of food available there, from western to the local food. There was one food that I saw but haven't dared to try, maybe you would want to try it when you are there...the barbeque frog...
Angkor night market

Angkor night market


lights of the water boats at Siem Reap

lights of the water boats at Siem Reap

Early the next day, we departed from our guesthouse at 5am to catch the sunrise at Angkor Wat. By the time we reached there, the sky was slowly brightening up.
Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

ancient building at Angkor temple

ancient building at Angkor temple

We had our breakfast at some food stalls near Srah Srang (a reservoir). Srah Srang

Srah Srang


Then, we visited the Ta Prohm, the temples famous for sights of trees roots growing over the temple. Magnificent sight and great work of the restoration group of people. Nature is taking a stand on the the temple of Ta Prohm.
Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm

Ta Keo

Ta Keo

countryside

countryside

children walking to school..some without shoes on

children walking to school..some without shoes on

Kbal Spean - famous for its detail carvings on the rock of the waterfall and river. the detail carvings on the rock at Kbal Spean

the detail carvings on the rock at Kbal Spean

waterfall at Kbal Spean

waterfall at Kbal Spean

Banteay Srei

Banteay Srei

our tuk tuk shadow against the countryside

our tuk tuk shadow against the countryside

Preah Rup

Preah Rup

Recommendation from one of the staff of our guesthouse, we ate at a local restaurant, Phsa Chas Restaurant at the old market. The food is cheap compared to the other restaurants that we ate earlier. The taste is nice too...
Khmer Food at Phsa Chas Restaurant

Khmer Food at Phsa Chas Restaurant

The fourth day of our trip, we visited the Rolous Group of temples, Lolei, Bakong and Preah Ko.
Rolous Group - Lolei

Rolous Group - Lolei

Angkor children enjoying ice cream

Angkor children enjoying ice cream

Rolous Group - Bakong

Rolous Group - Bakong


Ta Som

Ta Som

plank leading to Neak Pean

plank leading to Neak Pean

Neak Pean

Neak Pean

drawing of local artist

drawing of local artist

Detail carving

Detail carving

Preah Khan

Preah Khan

Preah Khan

Preah Khan

Preah Khan

Preah Khan

library ruins at Preah Khan

library ruins at Preah Khan

library ruins at Preah Khan

library ruins at Preah Khan

Mystique

Mystique

Traffic at Siem Reap

Traffic at Siem Reap

We had our last dinner in Siem Reap at Happy Herb Pizza Restaurant near the Central Market. They had normal pizza, happy pizza, medium happy pizza or very happy pizza. On why they segregrate their pizza these ways, take a wild guess... :p

The next morning, we bid farewell to the wonderful staff at our guesthouse and boarded a bus (USD6 per person) heading to Phnom Penh at 7.30am. The USD6 bus fare also included one mineral water and cool wipes on the bus. There was a toilet in the bus as well, convenient since it's a long journey to Phonm Penh. We stopped once along the way at a food court. After a few more hours of travelling, we reached Phnom Penh around 1pm. As the road to the downtown bus station was blocked due to their water festival, we were dropped off at a point abit further out of town. A lot of drivers were crowding our bus door waiting for us.
drivers crowding our bus door at Phnom Penh

drivers crowding our bus door at Phnom Penh


It was quite an unpleasant experience as they took the opportunity to charge exorbitant fees just to get you to town. However, we managed to get to our guesthouse in Phnom Penh safely, despite the blocked road, heavy traffic of vehicles and PEOPLE, and the hot weather near the river. room at Fancy Guesthouse

room at Fancy Guesthouse


Fancy Guesthouse at Phnom Penh

Fancy Guesthouse at Phnom Penh


After freshening up at our guesthouse, we took a walk down to the riverside and watched their boat racing competition. Many vendors are selling all kinds of things along the road by the river.
market near the river

market near the river

boat racing competition during the water festival at Phnom Penh

boat racing competition during the water festival at Phnom Penh

corn

corn

cockroaches??

cockroaches??

Egg delicacies

Egg delicacies

lady selling a kind of coconut filling delicacies

lady selling a kind of coconut filling delicacies

insect delicacies

insect delicacies


For our dinner, we found a secluded place 'Home away from Home' along the road to alot of backpackers hostel at St.93. The daughter of the owner there was friendly and helpful as we asked about some travel info around Phnom Penh. She was of mixed parentage, Chinese and Cambodian. The food was delicious, so we decided to come for dinner again the second night.
Home Away from Home

Home Away from Home

Home Away From Home at St 93

Home Away From Home at St 93

Our second day began at the 'Cheung Ek Killing Fields'.
Choeung Ek Killing Field

Choeung Ek Killing Field


This was the spot where a lot of Cambodians were executed during the Khmer Rouge. A 'Stupa' was built to store the skulls and clothes of those sacrified.
Stupa that stored all the skulls of those executed during the Khmer Rouge

Stupa that stored all the skulls of those executed during the Khmer Rouge

skulls and clothes of those executed

skulls and clothes of those executed


There was a musuem at the grounds of the killing field where images of the brutal killings of the people were shown. Museum

Museum


We saw the tree where babies were once smashed against, the pitholes where naked women and children were buried, and the massive burial sites where some were buried alive. We were standing on the grounds where once there were a lot of suffering and execution. The remaining of those died were exhumed and buried together, now with a plank showing detail of those sites. Until today, there are still a lot of burial sites that they haven't exhumed. There were 1.5 million people sacrified during the Khmer Rouge-Pol Pot Regime, about half the population of Cambodia.

Not far from Cheung Ek Killing Fields was the Tuol Sleng Museum, where the prisoners were kept and tortured here. There was a 1 hour movie showing the times during the Khmer Rouge-Pol Pot Regime. After the movie, we walked around the area.
Tuol Sleng Museum

Tuol Sleng Museum

prisons at Tuol Sleng

prisons at Tuol Sleng

gloomy atmosphere at Tuol Sleng Museum

gloomy atmosphere at Tuol Sleng Museum

view of the prison from the window

view of the prison from the window

prisons at Tuol Sleng Museum

prisons at Tuol Sleng Museum

The corridors of the prisons at Tuol Sleng Museum

The corridors of the prisons at Tuol Sleng Museum

Tuol Sleng Museum

Tuol Sleng Museum

Torture room at Tuol Sleng Museum

Torture room at Tuol Sleng Museum

graveyard at Tuol Sleng Museum

graveyard at Tuol Sleng Museum

Shackles to chain the legs of prisoners

Shackles to chain the legs of prisoners

Russian Market at Phnom Penh

Russian Market at Phnom Penh

Wat Nom

Wat Nom

Wat Nom

Wat Nom

the crowd at Wat Nom

the crowd at Wat Nom

At night after dinner at 'Home away from home', we rode on a tuk tuk to the Independant Monument and the NagaWorld Casino despite some warnings from the daughter of the owner at 'Home away from home' that the road and place will be incredibly packed with people. After we reached there, indeed it was packed to the brim. The roads leading to the two places are filled with tuk tuks, motors, cars, and very very full of people. All of the above was stuck in the traffic jam on the streets. Imagine people being part of the traffic jam with the other vehicles on the road. Damn unpleasant and dangerous too. We gave up heading to the Independant Monument and went to Naga World Casino instead. Another jam packed place too but we managed to get into the casino where they only allowed foreigners or members inside, which was a great relieve to be away from the crowd. They only allowed the locals to go through one pathway, for them to have a look inside the casino. The decoration inside the Naga World Casino was quite grand and they had the ceiling painted similar to a sky, kind of like the one in Macau casino, although abit smaller but grand nonetheless. A pity they don't allowed photograph to be taken inside the casino.
fountain in front of Nagaworld Casino

fountain in front of Nagaworld Casino

Nagaworld Casino

Nagaworld Casino

Nagaworld Casino

Nagaworld Casino

the lights of the Royal Palace at Phnom Penh

the lights of the Royal Palace at Phnom Penh

After our breakfast at some local stalls,
Cambodia breakfast - bread with ham and some vege

Cambodia breakfast - bread with ham and some vege

Cambodia breakfast - noodle soup pork

Cambodia breakfast - noodle soup pork


we visited the National Musuem (Ent Fee USD3),
National Musuem at Phnom Penh

National Musuem at Phnom Penh

Central Market and Sorya Shopping Mall. Sorya Shopping Mall is considered a modern shopping complex in Phnom Penh with air-conditioning and escalators. We had lunch at 'Lucky Burger', trying the Shrimp burger and pork burger which is not available in Malaysia. yummylicious....
Shrimp burger at 'Lucky Burger'

Shrimp burger at 'Lucky Burger'

coconut pie at 'Lucky Burger'

coconut pie at 'Lucky Burger'

The next day, we paid USD6.25 and entered the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. The Royal Palace grounds are vast but they only allowed the visitors to enter certain parts of the palace. They blocked entry for some of the places inside. It's our last day here in Phnom Penh and we took our time exploring the palace grounds until it was time to get back to our guesthouse and depart to Phnom Penh International airport.
Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Napolean III Pavillion at Royal Palace

Napolean III Pavillion at Royal Palace

detail carvings on the gate

detail carvings on the gate

drawing on the walls of Royal Palace

drawing on the walls of Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

Silver Pagoda

Silver Pagoda

Royal Palace

Royal Palace

The one thing I noticed was that I seldom saw the children in Siem Reap beg for money. Yes, they will chased after you to sell their items but they seldom beg for money. Whereas in Phnom Penh, the children and adults are everywhere begging for money. Roads in Siem Reap are cleaner although both are dusty. Tourists going out at nights should be wary of their surrounding and alert at all times, especially females.

It was a wonderful and enjoyable experience travelling in Cambodia, albeit a few unpleasant setbacks and I'll definitely be going back again to Siem Reap in the future. Really enjoyed the sights, the food, and the hospitality of the people especially from our guesthouse at Palm Garden Lodge. Recommended guesthouse at Siem Reap...Thumbs Up and keep up the good work.

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Cameron Highlands

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Advice for travellers to avoid if possible, travelling to tourist spots on peak season. Went to Cameron Highlands on Hari Raya holidays and the place was so jam pack with cars and people that I don't think I ever wanna go anywhere during the Malaysia public holidays.

The journey started at 8am from Selangor. Smooth and so far no traffic jam as a lot of people already reached their hometown on the first day of Hari Raya. We took a longer route to Cameron from Ipoh as the Tapah road was quite winding and dangerous. The jams started at the first stop for plantation, fruits and vegetables stalls. This place can be given a miss as there were a lot more other stalls and plantation along the way.
Traffic Jam

Traffic Jam


Market

Market


Flowers

Flowers


Flowers

Flowers

Hotel Jasmine Room

Hotel Jasmine Room


We checked into Jasmine Hotel located in Brinchang town. Luckily we have booked and made payments earlier. Otherwise, there would be no more room in Cameron for us as most of the rooms are fully booked. The location of this hotel was quite strategic albeit its look from the outside. It was just walking distance to a row of steamboat restaurant and eatery. It was also walking distance to the night market nearby. The downside is that it is harder to look for a parking space especially during peak season.

We went to the Smoke House which was very nice. Entry to the smoke house were not allowed unless you are staying there. Thus, we can only be satisfied by looking and taking pictures outside it.
Smoke House

Smoke House


Smoke House5

Smoke House5


Smoke House2

Smoke House2


Smoke House3

Smoke House3

Next, we stop by a Chinese temple, Sam Po Temple.
Sam Po Temple

Sam Po Temple


Sam Po Temple

Sam Po Temple


View from Sam Po Temple

View from Sam Po Temple

Later in the evening, after we freshen up abit at our hotel, we head to the night market which was just within walking distance from our hotel. There were all sorts of things available in the market, from fresh vegetables and fruits, accessories, cushions, bags, shoes, key chains and food.
Night Market

Night Market


Fried Ice at night market

Fried Ice at night market


Fried Ice at night market

Fried Ice at night market


Honey

Honey

Fresh Honey at night market

Fresh Honey at night market

We ate our breakfast at a local shop selling noodles nearby our hotel and went to the 'Big Red Strawberry Farm & Gift Center'. Alot of strawberries products can be found here, from fresh stawberries to strawberry shampoos, lotions, sundaes, ice-cream, waffles, t-shirts, hats, sweets, chocolates, sauce, and many other strawberry made products.
Strawberries

Strawberries

Butterhead plant

Butterhead plant

Strawberries

Strawberries

Strawberry tarts and cakes

Strawberry tarts and cakes

Strawberry sweets

Strawberry sweets

Strawberry snacks

Strawberry snacks

Strawberry Shampoos

Strawberry Shampoos

Strawberry jams

Strawberry jams

Strawberry cushions

Strawberry cushions

Strawberry wollen hat

Strawberry wollen hat

Strawberry chocolates

Strawberry chocolates

Strawberry with cream

Strawberry with cream

Strawberry with honey and yoghurt

Strawberry with honey and yoghurt

Strawberry Sundae

Strawberry Sundae

Strawberry waffles

Strawberry waffles

Strawberry washroom

Strawberry washroom

Last stop of our trip at the Sungei Palas Tea Centre.
Tea Centre

Tea Centre

Sungei Palas Tea Centre

Sungei Palas Tea Centre


Sungei Palas Tea Centre

Sungei Palas Tea Centre

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