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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Time s I never forget

Time has passed so fast and we had been together kinda long.. a great understanding of him and my life style had already changed.
he thought me lots of things.. which I really don know.. Programming?? hahaa.. no no… I don think I can capture .. as I had gave up this field long time ago..Fromhim, I learned patience, I learn how to think positive, I learned how to love and more.

With him, we went to more places.. and in this few months we had made my foodie blog from blogspot to .com… which is becoming more professional.. Using his knowledge, he change the view of my blog.. make a difference on everything in my blog.. and becoming more a professional blogger… but though I am not .. haha..

Oh ya. talking on this, need to recommend a bit also ma.. my web is www.malaysianfoodie.com.. haha.. as well he make more effects on the blog.. wahahaa… and that’s a way he make the exploration and all.

In this month, we went too many places which I had blog some- from Kuantan -> Teluk Intan -> Penang -> KL and this week is back to IPOH.. I can see the busiest week of our exploration of the month and we had been round the country.. not the far one .. but we had a happy time together which make a big difference. We see, we snap, we eat and now I blog will be the happiest moment of my life with him.. haha

Life with him is simply nice !! tHANks a lot DEAr

T-shirt @ Body Glove

is a nice t-shirt from Body Glove which I purchased when in Penang Trip.. haha..nice ma? only for the price of RM20… which is great and nice.

Cute Tired Jerry

Monday, May 25, 2009

Dhammikarama Burmese Temple

The temple compound is quite large actually, most often visitors may missed the rear section where the well and other attractions. Unlike the comparing neighbor Wat Chaiyamangalaram or the further away Wat Buppharam, Dhammikarama Burmese temple has a better green and serene environment. Actually, the temple was awarded first prize in Penang State landscaping and beautification Program competition that held back in year 2001.

Throughout the calendar year, the Dhammikarama Burmese temple carries out activities for Buddhist such as Water Festival, Wesak Day celebration, Pali Chanting classes, Observance of Buddhist lent, Festival of light (Soon Dawgi), Katnina, Ordination of monks, nuns and novices, Arahant Upaguttea festivals, Dhamma Discourses, Meditation classes, Sunday schools, offering of food to poor and candle lighting etc.

Kek Lok Si

One of the finest Buddhist temples in South-east Asia. Stands majestically on a hill in Air Itam, this temple built in tiers culminates the beautifully crafted ''Pagoda of Ten Thousand Buddhas''. It took more than 20 years to build which features gardens, a turtle pond, shrines and beautiful sculptures. There are many souvenir shops leading up to the temple which offers good buys. And as for food lovers,famous hawker food are lined up near the Air Itam market.

The temple was begun in 1890 and, from all appearances, construction really hasn't ever stopped. And it's still going on! The temple is supposedly the largest in Malaysia.

The Kek Lok Si project was inspired by the chief monk of the Goddess of Mercy Temple of Pitt Street. With the support of the consular representative of China in Penang, the project received the sanction of the Manchu Emperor Kuang Hsi, who bestowed a tablet and gift of 70,000 volumes of the Imperial Edition of the Buddhist Sutras.

Without doubt the largest and best known temple in Penang, the Temple of Supreme Bliss, better known as Kek Lok Si, staggered on the hillside overlooking the town of Ayer Itam.

Since the olden days, the hills of Ayer Itam are regarded as important geomantically. Known as He San, or Crane Hill, they are recommended as a retreat for Taoist practitioners striving for immortality.

Construction of the temple started in 1893, but it was only in 1930 that the Pagoda of Rama VI, named after the Thai king who laid the foundation stone, but better known as the Pagoda of 10,000 Buddha's, was completed.
This pagoda combines a Chinese octagonal base with a middle tier of Thai design, and a Burmese crown, reflecting the temple's embrace of both Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism.

Opening Hours: Early morning to late evening
Admission is free

Thursday, May 21, 2009


Botanical Garden - Penang

The Penang Botanic Gardens, (Malay: Taman Kebun Bunga also known as the "Waterfall Gardens" because of the cascading waterfall nearby, is a public park situated on Jalan Air Terjun (Waterfall Road) in George Town on Penang Island, Malaysia. The original gardens were established in 1884 from an old quarry site, under the supervision of Charles Curtis, who was the first superintendent.

After the handover to the Penang State Government, the Gardens gradually eroded their role in research and botanical activities. Consequently, most of the herbarium collections of Curtis and successive superintendents were transferred to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, since when the Penang Botanic Gardens function more as a park than as botanic gardens. The Gardens' main objectives include "conservation programmes, provision of a clean, safe and conducive public recreation environment, education and raising of public awareness in the appreciation of nature and gardening".The Gardens continue some research, collaborating with other Botanic Gardens in the development and implementation of botanical and ecological research programmes both nationally and internationally,

The Penang Botanic Gardens Department aims to provide visitors with programmes that focus on the historical and cultural heritage of the gardens, the plant collections, natural landscape and rich diversity of flora and fauna. It also aims to provide professional advice related to botany, taxonomy, horticulture and landscaping

beautiful handmade flower

I love this gift so much and very touched and happy with this gift. Thanks a lot dear.. muaks

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Honey Dew Hand Balm – Skin Food

This Honey Dew Balm I bought fr RM 26.50 at the Skin Food is simply nice to use.. The Balm is not that oily and most of all the smell is great .. when u apply on your skin, u might felt is very oily.. a few minutes later. ur hand turn smooth and the oily feel no longer there.. and it is very suitable to be used in aircond room


Klang (pronounced Malay: Kelang; Chinese: 巴生) is the royal capital of the state of Selangor, Malaysia. It is located within the Klang District in Klang Valley. It is located about 32 km to the west of Kuala Lumpur and 6 km east of Port Klang. It was the civil capital of Selangor in an earlier era prior to the emergence of Kuala Lumpur and the current capital, Shah Alam. Port Klang, which is located in the Klang District, is the 13th busiest transshipment port and the 16th busiest container port in the world.

Majlis Perbandaran Klang (MPK), the local municipal council of Klang, exercises jurisdiction for a majority of the Klang District while the city council of Shah Alam, the state capital, exercises some jurisdiction over other parts of the district (known as Shah Alam selatan).

Monday, May 11, 2009

Trip to Muzium Sg Lembing , Pahang

Our Last place in Pahang during our 3 days visit is the Muzium Bijih Timah which is located at Sungai Lembing, Pahang

The Pahang Sungai Lembing Museum was set up to remember the glory days of Sungai Lembing town as the richest producer of tin when the country, Malaysia, was the largest producer in the world.

However, tin is no more an important ore in the world, having been replaced by plastics, alluminium and other cheaper synthetic resources for what were previously its end products, like tins and containers for foods and drinks.
With the decline in tin production, Sungai Lembing town itself has slowly dwindled in size and importance, but the memories of its heydays are still vivid in the minds of its old residents.

With the establishment of the Museum, it is hoped that the present and future generations can comprehend and see the importance it had played in the economic and social development of Pahang state as well as the country.

me and dear

inside de museum

dear posting

me and carol

the view of how bijih timah is process

things they use and the view

me and dear post

post infront of the museum

And that’s the end of our trip

Friday, May 08, 2009

2nd May 2009- A Picnic @ Teluk Cempedak , Kuantan

On the 2nd day, we stayed half day at home as all of us are lack of rest .. as so then..after our morning oishi breakfast at Hoi Yin, we stayed home till about the evening, we went for a shopping spree at the new mall in Kuantan . Then we proceed, having the picnic or cum water playing at Teluk Cempedak.. a sea shore nearby which is facing the South China Sea.

Teluk Cempedak or Teluk Chempedak (literally : Jackfruit Bay) is a famous beach in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. Teluk Cempedak is located 5 kilometres east from the town centre in Kuantan and is situated in close proximity to the Royal Pahang Golf Club. The white sandy beach and the beautiful casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the incessant waves of the South China Sea. All these combined to make the beach serene and at the same time delightful. You can see the boats of the fishermen at sea during the day, and the twinkling lights of their boats at night.

We snap a few pictures taken during our happy times at the shore.. we din go deep in sea.. as all of us are not pro- swimmers.. hahaha .. jus playing around the shore.

=whose leg is whose leg le?? =

that’s a day… and is a very enjoyable yet tiring moment for us.. Thanks Carol, Ah Lynn, and Carol Mum for wat they have done.. to make us so enjoyable..