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Like most little girls, I believed nothing less than a fairy could make my dreams come true. Plain and simple - enjoys Traveling, Shopping and Reading.

Friday, July 1, 2011

Indonesia: Denpasar, Bali.

26 - 30 June 2011

The life of inner peace, being harmonious and without stress can be found in Bali.

Day 1 & 2: Touring the Culture and Nature
I stood on the ridge named Kintamani enjoying fresh mountain air and a scenic view of active Batur volcano. Great respect for this particular goddess. Proceed to Batubulan Village for Barong and Kris dance and Ubud Village a handicraft village. it takes both rain and sunshine to make me smile. Drop by Tampaksiring a holy spring temple and Bendulu Village for Elephant Cave.

Day 3: Touring the Southern Coast
Worship toward thy holy templeat Bukit Peninsula the holy temple Uluwatu. Amazing traditional and dance music; Kechak or Monkey dance of the Ramayana Story. My favourite, Jimbaran served good grill seafood dinner.

Day 4: Journey of the Northwest
Mengwi Village the Royal Family Temple. Journey continues to Bedugul. It's enduring fresh mountain air and scenic beauty of the Lake Beratan and it's Ulun Danu temple.
Last but not least, Tanah Lot

Day 5: Departing Bali

We're pretty boring. We get good sleep. Eat well. We don't really party at all, which is going to make our tour a peaceful one.


Monday, April 25, 2011

Malaysia: Kuching, Sarawak

22 - 25 April 2011

* Meow * Kuching, Sarawak. Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time. Local Favorites; Mee Kolo: Above Satisfactory, Bihun Belacan: Nightmare, Sarawak Laksa: Good.

Day 1: Kuching City Tour:
Colourful shop-houses and trendy urban architecture. Tua Pek Kong temple, Astana, Sarawak River, Cat Museum, and proudly the one and only Chinese Museum. Jalan Carpenter a must go for shopaholic.

Day 2: Semenggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation, Sarawak Cultural Village Tour & Annah Rais Longhouse:
We visited the Annah Rais Longhouse village, home to the Bidayuh that practice a traditional lifestyle. A simple life highly valued cultural heritage. The ‘Living Museum’ represented here through the Bidayuh Longhouse, Iban Longhouse, Penan Hut, Orang Ulu Longhouse, Melanau Tall House, Malay House and Chinese Farm House. Amazing show from the ‘Land of the Hornbill’s’. Orang Utan; these tailless apes spend most of their time foraging for food, a fragile creature.

Day 3: Fairy & Wind Cave & Ma Zu Temple
This caves is a cool stream. Knocked out. Bats'poo! Slippery Senoirs and Senoritas. OMG! Torch Light; check! It was fun!! Entrance- the gates of the temple are amazing!

Day 4: Home Sweet Home.

Expenses: RM804