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Souvenirs At Laketown Waterpark

We checked out around noon on Friday and on the way, we stopped by at Bukit Merah Laketown Resort for a short while.  It has been more than ten years since I last came and so much has changed since then.  I could not recall at all, perhaps this has not been built then?  I really cannot remember...
This is new to me definitely...
Good to come by once and for all....  
Not sure what this is all about....
  Perhaps some wedding deco....
Anyway, a picture to remember....
This is more interesting.... 
Bought something from this place... 
How come ladies cannot resist buying unnecessary stuff??? 
Maybe this sweet lady "lured" me to them.... hahahaa...
In front of the souvenir shops before we entered the Waterpark....
I really wouldn't want to dip in such a hot weather...
Just walked around and took some pictures before we left...
Something like Sunway Lagoon, only not so thrilling ...
Small kids might love coming by here... 
Soon it was time to go....
Something to remember by when I retire... 
It took us an hour plus to reach our office...
Tiring no doubt but not a fruitless trip after all... 

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  1. Oh this place... it has been nearly 18 years for me i think LOL, i remember i went there when they first opened....

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    1. I also cannot remember when I went... but those days, dont think it is like this...

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  2. long time never been here already, quite nice bukit merah :)

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    1. This was the first one, then Sunway Lagoon opened up in Ipoh...

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    2. Same old word, if go SP, can look for Nick, he can be your tour guide, kakaka....

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  3. I had my share of such working trips before I retired - CHOGM, we called them. No, not the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting...ours mean Cheap Holiday on Government's Money. :D

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  4. I would love to come to this water park but no dipping for me. I am scare to go into water.

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    1. Me too, Irene and I dont like to get wet too...

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  5. haiyoh, more than 10 years already leh Leng Lui, and you still expect the place to look the same?? haha, you think the place is you meh, still look the same after more than 10 years, kekekekekeke!! i thought you bought that BMR1 car as your souvenirs~~ :p

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    1. hehehe... I really dont have any impression how it looked like those days... BMR1... ? If made of paper , then maybe I can afford... hehehe.

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  6. Never really been there. Maybe I bring my kids there next time.

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  7. I have never been to this place. Thanks for sharing the photos Claire. What did you buy?

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    1. Some souvenirs here and there.. spent some money then only satisfied.. hahaa...

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  8. I LOVE the elephant with the water coming out of his trunk. Show us what you bought!!

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    1. Small things.. .keychains and stuff.. as usual, Ginny..

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  9. I agree when you said how come ladies cannot resist buying unnecessary stuff.. Really, dump us at the store for about 15 minutes, and we can buy this that in no time.. Just like yesterday, after lunch at a foodcourt, there was still time and we didn't wana go back to the office so soon, so we detoured to the supermarket, just to spend some time.. BUT, ended up, I bought RM50 worth of goods - cheese, wraps, chips, cookies, baby food... "lui yan chin ying yi zhan"..

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    1. Then we are normal, hor?? People buy, we also must buy otherwise like something missing one... funny geh, we ladies.. hehehee....

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  10. 10years...that's very long time ago... sure can't remember anything...but for me anything happened yesterday I also can't remember, hehe!!!

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  11. Never been here before, but looks like a nice place... Maybe can plan for an outing there for my children.. :)

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  12. Lol...nice...ya lor..me too always end up buying some thing punya

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  13. For you, not some... but lots! hahaa....

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