Monday, June 13, 2011

Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang [20 May 2011]

The journey to the temple by Rapid Penang compromised of senior citizens it seemed...

Upon arrival, we made our way there by walking.

Tallest building in Penang Island, KOMTAR.

Taking incline lift...

Views inside air-conditioned inclined lift.

The bronze statue of Kuan Yin. I bet it looks stunning during the night!

My chinese zodiac, Dragon.

With broken tongue.

Going down.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Funny Mountain TauFuFah & Soya Milk, Ipoh, Perak

Thanks to Kah Keong, for the ride, we had chance to travel all the way to Ipoh for breakfast on 5 June 2011 with another two friends. One suggested we should try...

Soya BEan Milk and TauFuFah.


The business hour. Be early to avoid disappointment!

The busy workers.

The queue at 11.17 a.m.

Newpaper cuttings about the shop.

So-called Drive Thru service available.

I was walking proudly after purchasing 2 x 1.5 litre of soya milk while looking at the cars who were still queueing of for trademark servings from the shop.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Checked Out! Thanks Danish House Sdn. Bhd.

For the past three years of my Degree life, thanks to Danish House for providing adequate accomodation...
I still keep these rental receipt, deposits and etc. for three years.

On 30 May 2011, I checked out and returned resident's handbook, resident ID and keys to you.


Friday, June 3, 2011

No Concept

Bo Concept.

This shades has no concept.

Found in Queensbay Mall, Penang

P.S. Click here.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Penang Trip [19 - 22 May 2011]: The Journey

The journey from Kampar, Perak to Butterworth, Penang consumed almost 4.5 hours of my brother and my life by train.

Stopped at Ipoh KTM station for 30 minutes.

Wonder which culprit would want to steal the coach air freshener.

I don't understand why some railway station approaching to northern peninsular Malaysia doesn't seems to be railway station to me.

Another "replica" of Penang Bridge.

Took a ferry to Penang Island.


He knew how it felt being a dog sitting inside the car with the face outside car windscreen. Breeze!

That's the real iconic Penang.