Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Trip to KL & Bukit Tinggi.

LATE POST. i think it happened three weeks ago.

Headed down to KL for NO-REASON lol.Hai Subang Dai lou. :DI was staying in Ming Siang house but he has to work on that day and i arrived in one utama kinda early.The subang dai lou came all the way from subang to one utama teman me for few hours before Ming Siang came and pick me :)
Went to Sunway Giza after i settled down everything. The dinner was so so because i don't really know to enjoy hakka food even though mummy is hakka-yen! haha.I told Ming Siang there's no snowflake in penang and so we went there for dessert. i know i'm kinda outdated but to be honest this is my first try haha. the taste almost same like meet fresh and i actually prefer meet fresh! :)

she is Ming siang's friend yo. haha. hello pretty.

Me and Ming Siang! :)

I think this the highlight of this blog post. :)ming siang brought me and two of his friends for a breakaway to Bukit Tinggi, Pahang.
It's located slightly further away than Genting. If it takes 45 minutes to Genting, this takes 1 hour drive from KL and it's 2,500 feet above sea level.This is not anything like Genting, where it's all lively and busy. This is just a tranquil, peaceful place where you can just relax from the city, have a good and relaxing vacation. This is where you can experience both French and Japanese culture here. The East and the West.The entrance fees cost MYR 12 per adult. #1 Just keep calm and snap photos!

Love is in the air!

have a break, have an ice-cream!my fav ice-cream all the time :D

The entrance of Colmar Tropicale.

looking good? because i was the one who took this photo for him! :P
here's some information for you guys if anyone of you interested to visit Rabbit park/horse trails or Japanese village.this is about colmar tropicale and sports complex. :)

We left there around one something? i forgot the exact time but i went to I-city,Shah Alam.i-City also known as city of digital lights which is the first lightscape tourism destination in Malaysia equipped with state-of- the-art LED technology displays.Basically, all the display use LED (light emitting diode) lights. So, when you are taking pictures close to the displays, you can feel the heat generated too. 

It is very difficult to capture those scenery here during night time. It's either you choose a clear subjects (human) or background. Taking pictures with coulourful i-trees. my legs look so fat in this picture because my photographer are very unprofessional. ;p;p

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