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This Afternoon

With internet, I realise I become a internet geek, forever looking into the facebook for NOTHING!

This is very worse. This afternoon, I am going to
1) Off Facebook (Don't care bout the notification, it just only 2 for one hour, try to open it after one day)
2) Off MSN (Don't try to appear offline)
3) Off Hotel City (Try to give the shift up to 8 hours)
4) Clean my messy room (I have not clean up my lunch plate)
5) Read Twilight (Guess what? I found it in UTM library!)
6) Get some nap.
7) Go jogging. (Lady easily get fat during this age)

Good. My plan this afternoon.

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Losting in Sarawak Day 4

The Cat Status
Riverside Majestic
The view of Kuching city
Tua Pek Gong
Tua Pek Gong

I forget the name of this temple, it is opposite to Tua Pek Gong. The carving is amazing.

Colourful Carving

The 200-plus-year-old bell

We use quite a lot of time strolliing around rapid station, because the bus station is temporarily place at Stadium Bukit Jalil. Joo Ean leaded the way because she is UM student.

Everyone not allow me to go back alone from KL, so I need to go Alor Star first, then transit to Kulim from there.. haha. Finally back home. =D

p/s: I like the purple scarf that my mum lend to me. Looks cool.
p/s 2: Though we did not manage to visit Bako National Park(Lost in Sarawak) and Pottery Factory(Cant find the factory name in GPS), we manage to visit Fort Margerita, DUN, Satok Market, Serikin Market, Fairy Cave, Wind Cave, Sarawak Cultural Village, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Annah Rais Bidayuh Longhouse, Astana at night, the night view of Sarawak River, half of the Sarawak Museum, Cat Status and Cheng Ho Status(called the memorial of Malaysia-China if not mistaken). Also ate Kolo Mee, Kam Pua Mee, Sarawak laksa, pork satay, teh ais C (5 lapis!).

And we found out that Kuching got real lots of roundabout, and very big one with name. Some roundabout even have building on it!

1) The attractions in Kuching should be list out in every junction so that the visitor can find their ways easily.
2) Plan one day free for the unexpected emergency if you go to play without tourist guide.
3) Buy if you feel like buying (I miss that black cat shirt, I didn't buy because I thought I would met the shirt somewhere else)
4) Buy a RM10 map, if you find that the map given is not complete.
5) Make sure you have enough battery for GPS.

*p/s: I miss the moment we lost in Kuching city. And the moment we find our way to Bako National Park (你过了那座桥再问人)And the moment v assume a lot of things.
**I will go Kuching again to visit all the place I have not go through.

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Kuching Losting Trip Day 3

Sarawak Laksa in Abell Road - Chong Choon Cafe - Nice

As Joo Ean said: this pic looks sunshine. Hee~

Giant Orang Utan. Wonder how it climb the tree later.

OMG, An alligator is out!! No la, I just taking the pictures through the cage.

Another picture of orang utan. We could view the orang utan so close, without any cage.

Annah Rais Bidayuh Longhouse: Guess what is this? Brain of monkeys? A type of plants? Nonono, is latex, drying under the sun.

The shortest and the tallest. Haha. Black pepper.

The river is clean.

Tuak processing?

Drying rice i think

A hat made with bark of tree

The floor is made of bamboo, difficult to walk.

The villager said this can be drink with water.

Wei Pin with his Kam Pua Mee, Sibu's famous mee.

Kam Pua Mee also

Tomato Sos Mee

Bird Nest in Sarawak Museum

There is also a replika of Bidayuh Longhouse in Sarawak Museum.

The Spring, after give up the way to Bako National Park

This drink is nice. Available in The Spring

I use polystrene and satay stick to build longhouse. Oh ya, we ate pork satay there, at Jalan Song.

Tha Cat Status, just near to Tune Hotel.

This is DUN, at night.

The gate of Astana

Night view of Sarawak River

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Kuching Losting Trip Day 2

Keropok in Serikin Market


Colourful Hat

Various type of Junk Food

The Junk Food I bought

Fairy Cave

Breathtaking view = Take our breath when climbing up the stairs

Try to figure out what shape is this.


In wind cave. Joo Ean is trying to scare people, but to no avail.

The scary nest of bats

As shown.

Cultural Show

Bidayuh's Long House stairs.
Too bad when we reach the Cultural Village, the village is about to close. And we didn't make it to the Damai Beach because everyone seem to be very tired. Nevermind, I shall visit Kuching one more time the other days.

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Kuching Losting Trip Day 1

Date: 22/5 till 25/5
Accomodation: Hilton Hotel's opposite= Tune Hotel Waterfront Kuching
Transportation: A Rental Wira

I was obviously the planner (not really good one), Wei Pin used "his" GPS phone to guide us here and there plus took pictures, Yuan Jun and Peng Zhi become driver and map reader, Yongli is a really good map reader, and Joo Ean cheered us during our journey.

First of all, why Losting? Because Kuching dont have a lot of direction plate and we spent a lot of our time spinning in the roundabout. The roundabout in Kuching really BIG, and with names. Once you turn into the wrong exit, you have to go through quite a distance before you can do an U-turn. Its tiring.

In Sultan Abdul Hamid Airport

I change clothes.. hehe.. notice?

We fly with Air Asia

View from the plane

We reach LCCT at 935am. Spending time there playing poker while waiting for our flight at 110pm.

LCCT Airport

Boats to cross over the river
Lane to Fort Margeritta
Nice view of DUN (Dewan Undangan Negeri)

Fort Margeritta

Random posing. Nice btw.
Ah Kui Restaurant: Sotong goreng
Satok Market: Big banana!
Purple Colour 棉花糖
Kek Lapis
I dont know how they produce Kek Lapis using this
Satok Market
Souvenir that we bought. Argh I didn't bought the black cat shirt!

Hehehehe, this is the fruit (Asam) we used to fine people when they lost in the poker game.

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