Sharing the joy at Pantai Kempadang, Kuantan, villagers and nearby went there to a good harvest of clams. Some gets starfish this is more happiness a kid could get it.
After having breakfast at Toh Soon (多春) Cafe, we go to the nearby famous Tau-Sha-Piah makers at Xin Hing Hiang Biscuits (成兴香), buy few boxes of green bean biscuits at 6.60RM per box, then go to nearby famous dumpling maker at Taman Harbour View, bought 4pcs dumpling at 40RM (12RM + 8RM, x2). Went go... Continue Reading →
Although there are many people waiting, but it is not "crowded" and messy as people are waiting outside instead of standing beside "you". Luckily my wife get the sit very fast and we could start ordering our food. The overall food here are delicious. However, food processes quite slow especially the eggs we order 6pcs... Continue Reading →
At about 2.30pm, we checked in at Sim CityStay, by paying cash 88RM + 2RM as CityTax fee for one night stay. This hotel is reserved via booking.com before we departed from house. You can book your hotel from here, via booking.com The places is so near to the town and street art however it... Continue Reading →
Arriving Penang via the 2nd penang bridge, the Jambatan Sultan Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, our first visit is the Penang War Museum. Arrived there around 12.40pm. There the war museum entrance fee is 20RM per adult and kid for 10RM each. Both rate are for MYcard holder "Malaysian". Luckily this war museum also have the... Continue Reading →
This weekend is rather special as this time we tried to have a sudden holiday without hard time in planning. Say go (holiday) then go (holiday). Happy holiday. We departed from house at 7.30 morning and using the new tallest highway to reach at Tanjung Malim. Along the way road is clear with some traffic... Continue Reading →
Arrive at departure hall and get ready for checked in. Not much problem using traveloka, yet you can enjoy additional discount apart from buying the lowest possible price ticket. Checked in 3 units baggage with less than 30kg in total. After then queue for passport verification, and heading towards to waiting area. Assigned at gate... Continue Reading →
The Vinasun Taxi, could be the best taxi services I encountered. After we had some tea break at Highland Coffee located at 187 Phạm Ngũ Lão, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam, walking distance about 6 minutes from the Blue River Hotel, we went back to the hotel location to take our checked-out bag, at... Continue Reading →
We go to the nearby famous coffee franchise, the Highland Coffee. Price is slightly cheaper than Starbuck, and much more delicious too. Its cold coffee taste is unbeatable, one cup can fill your eagerness for the coffee.
After buy something at Ben Thinh market, we walked to The Cafe Apartment, for about 12 minutes. Mid way we go to change currency afraid if it couldn't enough for the expenses. Bear in mind that our 100RM currency note has more exchange value compared to the 50RM. The 5RM, 10RM, 20RM, has different exchange... Continue Reading →
Late evening about 7.50pm we visited the Tan Dinh Market (Chợ Tân Định) by taking bus from Co-OpMart (Nguyen Dinh Chieu Co-OpMart). I give 20,000 đ to the ticket seller, and he returns me the balance, one more thing, HCMC citizens are so honest. Good. 3 of us just 6,000 đ only. Nearby there we... Continue Reading →
Visited the supermarket for 2nd times at different branches. This time at Nguyen Dinh Chieu Co-OpMart, found something here where I feel very curious because the same brand item with two different product philosophy. Looks carefully the potato chip packaging, smaller one with Malaysia Halal institution certified, and the bigger one without this. Wondering if... Continue Reading →
A huge waiting room. Quotes from the info board: "In the first of the two presidential reception rooms, the President's chair is placed on a platform in front of a striped panel symbolizing the flag of the Republic of Viet Nam. Facing the President's throne-like seat is a chair intended for the guest of honour.... Continue Reading →
An office for president. Quotes from the info board: "Nguyen Van Thieu was born in year 1923 in Tri Thuy village, Ninh Hai district, Ninh Thuan province. He was trained at national officer's school at Da Lat and subsequently in USA and France. Having taking part in coup detat against President Diem in November 1963,... Continue Reading →