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Pulau Pinang | Malaysia (2014)

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OH Yeah!!! We ARE In PEnang AGAIN!!!

This time we was 7 people in a group and ride with 7 seaters car that makes us HAVE a comfort ride all the way...Thank to my friend that provide us the ride...I really appreciate It
As normal,I was the driver....huhuhu :)

Our sTART point at petaling jaya heading to North south Highway...

After 2 n half hour of , we turn in Ipoh For late lunch as our 1st pitshop , I bring them to my hometown famous noodles place around Ipoh Historic Old Town 

Chung Kee "Dai Shue Geok",忠记兵如港口大树头炸料粉

After Fill Up our tummy , next station I bring them for Desert , The Famous Soya Bean In Ipoh.....

Funny Mountain Soybean & Tau Fu Fah

Back On North-south Highway to our destination After Desert...And It takes Another 2 hour drive for it


Reach and Check in 4p.m...some bad comments i'm gonna say about this Hotel....(Limited Parking)
I bought this Hotel at agoda.com,it show 2 star hotel,for me i will 1 star only..the picture that shown in agoda is different what I sa…

Jonker Mamee House , Melaka | Malaysia

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I am here to introduce you guys their new Mamee Jonker House which is located at the Jonker street in Melaka.

inside the Mamee jonker house, they have an awesome cafe selling a wide array of delicious and scrumptious Malaysian delicacies



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Jonker Night Street , Melaka

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Jonker Street – the centre street of Chinatown – was once renowned for its antique shops. However over the years it has turned to clothing and crafts outlets as well as restaurants. The best part of Jonker Street is the night market on Fridays and Saturdays that sells everything from tasty treats to cheap keepsakes.


Jonker Street is a small street in Chinatown in the city centre. Along Jonker Street there aren’t a lot of sightseeing opportunities unless you count the noisy Chinese New Year song-and-dance show that takes place this time of year.


In fact the only attraction worth getting a quick glimpse of is the historic mausoleum of Hang Jebat – named after the second most skilful of a band of five warriors. The exact age of this grave is unknown but its Acehnese design shows that Jebat was given a warrior’s burial despite his murderous rampage and inglorious death at the palace.


The Friday and Saturday Jonker Walk Night Market in Malacca City’s Chinatown closes down Jalan Hang Lekir to …

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple , Melaka | Malaysia

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The Cheng Hoon Teng Temple (青云亭; "Temple of Green Cloud") is a Taoist temple. It is the oldest functioning temple in Malaysia.


























Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is one of the most notable landmarks in Malacca. Set near the Hindu temple Sri Pogyatha Vinoyagar along Jalan Hang Lekiu (in Jonker Street) this Chinese temple is billed as the oldest Buddhist place of worship in the country. Built in 1646, it is also known as the ‘Merciful Cloud Temple’.



The temple is dedicated to Kuan Yin, Goddess of Mercy. A black, gold and red-robed statue of the goddess stands in the central prayer hall. 



Cheng Hoon Teng temple was constructed by Chan Lak Koa, son-in-law to Captain Li, Malacca’s second Chinese kapitan (a mediatory position created by the Dutch East India Company which made it possible for a non-white to govern Malacca’s diverse ethnic communities.