Friday, April 22, 2011

The Leaning Clock Tower of Teluk Intan

Leaning Tower - one of the main local attraction in the state of Perak.
When comes to night, the light will be change into different colours - Blue, Purple, Green and white if I'm not mistaken. Not quite remember of that.

   That's the 2 days and 1 night short trip.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Night at Teluk Intan

Dinner for the night... Which is superb Awesome! Unfortunately, did not manage to take all the food pictures that we had on that day.  

 Yee Sang ! 

 Right! It's sharp fin soup with crab meats.
Unlike those KL restaurants would mix with imitations sharp fin.

Midnight - Supper! 

 By the time I and cousin went there was around 12am. And It's still open. 

This is the original chee cheong fun (Rice Rolls) From the Liew Kee Factory.
With only preserved vegetables - dark brown bits, aromatic shallots, dried shrimps and served with pickled green chillies. Okay. I have no idea what's the ingredients till I searched from the googles. Lolx! Anyway, is a MUST to eat this when you are at Teluk Intan. The next morning, without keeping it inside the fridge, it still taste good. 

Monday, April 18, 2011

RoJak Ah Chai

13th February 2011 
Went to Teluk Intan with my cousins and their family for two days and one night trip.
Been keep eating for the whole journey. Most of the pictures not taken by me as I wasn't feeling well on that day. Anyway, I had fun with them! You gotta eat this ROJAK when you are going to visit this place.

And "AIR KELAPA"  - coconut drinks. Perfectly match well with RoJak.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Day 2 - 6th July 2010 - Manly Beach [Sydney]

Next day My cousin and his family brought me to Manly Beach.
We took train from Artamon Station to Townhall Station. And again, we travelled for 30 minutes from Circular Quay to Manly Wharf through ferry as one of their main public transport services. Overall, it cost AUD2.50 as I were travelling with family on Sunday.

 BridgeClimb. It's very pricey but someday, I will try it if there there's a chance.

Love the scenes while on my way to Manly Wharf.


Every tourist attraction places, there must be a visitor centre. It's convenience for every tourists to check out more information about the attraction on that specific areas.

My cousin and his family. Thanks for providing free accommodation and dinner meals. =)
Had a great stay.

And we had our lunch here.

Sunday Market


Coincidentally, three street dancers were performing there.

On My way back to the Circular Quay wharf

This is the train in Sydney.Completely different compared to Melbourne.