Showing posts from September, 2013

Melaka | Malaysia

What To Do In Malacca(Melaka)??? Started Our journey With 8 of us from early morning of The saturday Before sunrise  [05-10-2013]...Our plan was 2 day 1 night It's Take us About 1 Hour and 45 minute from petaling jaya to Malacca...everything goes smooth and perfect,all the way pi li pa la pi li pa la.... Once We reach Malacca,we had our breakfast at this famous coffee Shop Along Jonker Street.... Jonker 88 <======= Click Here ================================ After We Finish our breakfast at  Jonker 88  ,We Start out walk to Malacca Red District.... Christ Church&The Queen Victoria Fountain <== Click Here ================================ After finished visit RED DISTRICT ,we take a 7-9 minute walk to EYE OF MALACCA To get a wonderful view of full malacca..... Menara Taming Sari <==== Click Here ================================ After Visiting Menara Taming Sari,Just Walk Apposite to Maritime Musuem Maritime Museum <==== Cl

Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple(观音洞), Ipoh | Malaysia

After we had our breakfast at 忠记兵如港口大树头炸料粉   we continue our day trip to Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple,just a 15 minute drive from there.... Kwan Yin Tong of Goddess of Mercy Cave Temple is located at Gunung Rapat. The limestone hill here has the highest number of cave temples in Ipoh.  There are about 75 statues of Kwan Yin here. Kwan Yin is the bodhisattva associated with compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists, usually as a female. The name Guanyin is short for Kwan (observe) Shi (world) Yin (sound) which means "Observing the Sounds (or Cries) of the World". It is generally accepted (in the Chinese community) that Guanyin originated as the Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara, which is her male form. Another attraction at Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple, Ipoh is this water feature. The area is designed like the Japanese wishing fountain. So make a wish while you step on the stones and cross from one end to the other.