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Souvenirs And Dumplings In Kampong Koh, Sitiawan

 After our lunch, we went to "Tai Pak Kung San" ... my friend wanted to go there to look see look see... The blind seems to lead the blind... the four of us did not know the way, just follow the sign board and somehow after some turnings, we managed to find it... LOL...
Souvenir shop...
One of us started to buy a hat....
And eventually all of us bought the same thing!
Only RM12 each...
Shaded us against the hot sun at least.... 
hahahahaa..
And talking about souvenirs, wonder if they have edwin jagger here...
I was impressed by Jackie Chan caricature here...
I wonder why they used his image for toilet sign...
Anyone can give me a good reason? :)
My first time wearing this tee... and probably the last...
hahahahaa.... 
Bought it in US last time and never wore it before till now...
Any more teasing, I will chuck it back into the cupboard.... 
 Next... we went to this shop called Yee Si....
Heard this shop is famous for its dumplings...
Open at 3.30pm, we were told....
 Many fresh dumplings to choose from.....
 We tried a few types only cos we were very full then...
 There and then they cut up the dumplings to serve the patrons...
 I like the peanuts pau best.... bought a few home....
We were told this is Hockchew Pau.... 
Layers of peanuts...
Only 90 sen each....
Yee Si is very easy to locate... 
Just next to the Maybank at Kampong Koh.

Comments

  1. That hat looks stylo milo.. Very nice, I like too. Thats why I say ahh, lui yan chim yung yi zhan.. One buy then all buy liao.. haha.. Yee Si shop? sounds like 'ear residue' in cantonese.. haha..Yummzz is that butter+kaya pau? I think I can finish 3..

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    1. hahahaa.. I never thought of our ear shit... hahahaha...

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    2. Its 'easy' pao, open mouth and um easy easy haha

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    3. yeah yeah!! You always have the best answer!! hahaha..

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  2. I must say in the first photo your angry bird really stood out with its angry eyes. I think you can let your son wear this t shirt.

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    1. oh no... how can my son fit into this tight tee! hahahaha...

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  3. Must buy the hat. Cannot get too much sunshine unless you wear sunblock all over.

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    1. Yes, after all I don't have this type of hat....only caps..

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  4. What about paus did you all try other than the peanut pau?

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    1. Peanut and the red beans we tried.. the char siew we didn't try cos we ladies are very easily filled up...

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  5. Go find Tai Pak Kung, got minta 4 digits anot? I think the butter and kaya one looks best hahaha

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    1. We went there to look see the souvenir shops only.... yes, the butter kaya not bad..

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  6. oh those pau look very nice!! and somemore cheap leh.. and some that i have not seen or tried before, like the butter & kaya (i assume) and also that peanut layer one.. so happy right your trip, nice food, nice company and managed to take a photo with the superstar Jackie Chan~~ :p

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    1. hahahaa.. not real also not bad, huh... wonder why they painted his picture there... the owner must be a real fan of his!

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  7. Haha cute tee!!

    Eh I wonder is the toilet clean? Last time I went, so so dirty and smelly!! Hope they did some improvements to it already....

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    1. Oh, I went to the ladies.. not too bad.. maybe when I went, it was quite quiet there.. no tourists..

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  8. Wah .... murals everywhere now.

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    1. You must go look see... find Jacky Chan.. hahaha..

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  9. The hats are very cute! But why do you not like the angry birds shirt, you look so cute in it!! Well, I just noticed that the bird's eyes are actually in a private place, ha ha!! Still fun.

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    1. hahahaa.. yeah.. I didn't notice till you all said it.. hahaha..

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  10. Wonder why Jacky Chan was painted on the wall? Any motif? I don't think I ever come across peanut pao. Most commin would be char siew, tausa, minced meat & veg, pao. And you do look cute with the angry bird T shirt & hat.

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    1. I didn't try all also.. didn't buy all types too.. maybe just too full after our afternoon tea there..

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  11. Hahahahahahaha!!!! Nice tee leh? Very colourful!!! Poor Jacky Chan, reduced to the role of toilet jaga! Kesian! Paos look good!

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    1. I am also curious why.. next time must go and try other paos!

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    2. Ummmm...the pao seller did not ask you where you bought your t-shirt? Muahahahahaha!!!!!

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    3. Not everyone is observant... hehehe... my first time wearing it...

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  12. Jackie Chan for the guys toilet, how about the female one?

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    1. It is a lady actress too but I cannot recall her name... I should have taken a picture of it and let you all guess..

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  13. Tai Pak Kung San"? errr....am i getting it right coz my side here if that word means cementary wor?or maybe differnt tone?

    anyway..nice T-shirt leh

    wahhhh d pau looks so good. so much inti. plus the roti so much inti too. eh very cheap at that price

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    1. Yes, so very cheap..if you go, sure borong lots lots!! I think the name is correct.. you know la.. my mandarin so geng.. sure forget one or two words.. or maybe all.. hahaha..

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  14. See the pao, I must go and hint Ching and her hubby liao, lol...

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  15. Lol! Jackie Chan cleaning the toilet.

    The angry bird tee look good to me.

    Wow! I want to taste the pau too.

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  16. hahaha so cute!!! Matching hats. :)

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    1. Now it is kept in my car... for sunny days but seems its raining most days now..

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    2. Yalah... here always rain in the evening also

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    3. Cannot complain much.. let it rain, let it rain... let it rain.. .hahaha..

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  17. That a platypus tee you wearing? Looks like one.

    Cute like. I like that tee!

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    1. Next time if I come across any, I get one for you.. .hahaha..

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  18. OK, won't say anything about the tee hee..hee..I like hats,but too shy to wear one. Somehow, I don't quite like pau with peanuts. I only like with meat, kaya or tau sar filling.

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    1. Oh, I like pau with coconut fillings, peanuts.. whatever in fact.. hahaha... as long served hot and nice...

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  19. wow, nice place to cari makan..

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  20. This T looks actually very adorable ler. Hahaha :D

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  21. Wow...relatively cheap huh the peanut pau for only 90 cents. :)

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  22. Wow! The hockchew pau is calling me!! I heard my friend bragging this before but I had never seen the photo until now. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hey, you better make a trip there one day!! Jalan Jalan cari Makan!

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