Tuesday, December 7, 2010

I want to fly with Firefly Airlines!

I've never been to Kuching, Sarawak even though I'm a Malaysian. I hope I can win a pair of return flights ticket to Kuching.

If i got the chance to visit Kuching, i want to go :

Their Sunday Market!

  • Sunday Market (Pasar Minggu), off Jln. Satok (between Esso gas station and Wisma Satok). A Kuching institution, starting every Saturday afternoon and winding down by noontime Sunday. Very much a workaday market, with tourists few and far between, the emphasis is on fresh food of every description. Be sure to try some apam balik (pancake with nuts and margerine, very filling, absolutely delicious and only RM1 a piece). Bring along suitable footwear plus a tolerance for heat, crowds and powerful odors.
  • Two other local markets, more conveniently located and open daily, can be found at the west end of Jln. India. 
Kuching Shopping Mall. :)
The Spring, located at Jalan Simpang Tiga (between the city centre and airport). Opened to the public in January 2008, The Spring is Kuching's largest and 1st true lifestyle shopping mall. Shiny and new, it offers many international brands like Esprit, Elle, Mango, Charles & Keith, Starbucks, MAC and Quiksilver etc. The mall is spread over 4 stories including a carpark basement. The main tenants are Parkson @ tHe Spring, Ta Kiong Supermarket, Padini Concept Store, and MBO Cinemas.

I want to enjoy various sightseeing activities. Among them are visiting temple, sightseeing of Kuching city and sightseeing for nature lovers.So i choose,

Tua Pek Kong Temple, Jalan Padungan (east end of Main Bazaar). This temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Kuching and located strategically at the heart of Kuching. It was just at the opposite of Chinese Museum. It was built in 1843. Various festivals are held here for example The Wang Kang Festival (to commomerate the dead) and Ghost Festival.

Of course, awesome food cannot left out!!!Hahahah! i choose this place because they got my fav food, LAKSA!they sell typical Sarawak laksa! i wanted to give it a try :D:D

Choon Hui, Jln. Ban Hock (near Grand Continental Hotel). The other famous laksa joint. Spicy and popular, get here before 10AM.

and the 5th place i want to go in Sarawak,

Bla Bla Bla, Wayang Street (a few shops down from The Junk). A Chinese restaurant which is opened by the same restaurateurs as The Junk. It quickly became an institution for fine Chinese cuisine in Kuching shortly after it opened in 2005. The interior is designed with a Balinese theme and some of the dishes they are famous for are the Ostrich-rolls, Soft-shell Crabs, and Drunken Duck. Bookings are advisable.

There's so much place i want to go in Kuchingggggg ahhhhhhhh.
and people, please popi popi me or pray hard for me! hahahaha :D

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