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Dessert Moments At Taman Pelangi, Johor

ONE FINE AFTERNOON, I called up my SIL and told her to show me the way again to Pelangi Garden... suddenly I felt like having some desserts at the stalls there... When it comes to directions I am really "hopeless"... I think she has shown me a couple of times already but if I were to go by myself, I doubt I could be able to find the way....!   GPS?  No, till today, I do not have any Waze.. papago... or whatever "S" in my phone... all directions come from my own "hardware" called Grey Cells... hahahaa...
After a half hour drive, we arrived....
Thanks to my SIL...
Something like the Perak Stadium stalls in Ipoh...
We "attacked" the first stall....
Crowded... no joke about it...
Yau Char Kwai in rojak sauce...
Taufu Bakar...
The Pelangi Rojak...
How to finish them all..... ????
But I could drink two bowls of this easily......
Just gingko nuts....
Lastly and not least... Ice Kacang with Cocoa syrup...
Careful here... need at least two or three persons to finish this up!
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  1. Same here, I'm hopeless with directions.. Psst I've been working here for 4.5 years and been to the same place for lunch at least once or twice a week and I STILL dont know how to go there by myself *pengsan*

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    1. OH my... Louiz! You are consoling me, is it? hahahaa...

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  2. wah, cannot blame you also leh, it seems like this place is not easy to find also.. even Waze would have gone confused, haha!!

    FUYOH the rojak and taufu bakar look so so so yummy lor, I want leh!! I can imagine the sauce and peanut abd the crunchiness in my mouth now.. and the iced ginkgo dessert, nice choice!!! it looks so cooling~~~ thumbs up!!!

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    1. SK, you really sound like you are eating them here!! hahahaa

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  3. U come JB more often, you will be more familiar with the directions liao, hehe...

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  4. When we next meet in JB, bring me there, hint hint...

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  5. You're still in Johore? Catch a flight here. My Singapore friend showed me that day - RM8 only. So so cheap! Cheaper than bus, Sibu to Kanowit!

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  6. so cheap, ask him send u one ticket lar... sure u go one eh??!

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    1. hehehee... why so thick skin must ask... RM8 I can still afford.. if thousands, then ask for sponsors...

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  7. All your desserts look so mouth-watering. I think I also want to go JB....hahaha

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  8. hahaha....I always go Taman Pelangi as my church is located there.

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    1. Then you should try this and let me know.. :)

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  9. Oh YUM! The last one with the cocoa syrup looks divine!!!

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  10. Pelangi rojak looks good. Gingko nuts desserts for me too. Very refreshing.

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    1. Always crowded.. must be good to the locals too..

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  11. I am also bad at directions. Can get lost very easily hah..hah... Very nice food, I always love hawker food like rojak.

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    1. If we take over the wheel maybe it will be easier to remember...

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    2. Agree.. If we are the one driving, we will remember. But if we are always the passenger, we can't be bothered to remember anything, hehe..

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  12. Ohh Taman Pelangi, I know I know, quite near KSL Mall liao! There's quite a few makan places too here, but the prices are slightly on the high side because quite close to the causeway already! Of course your SIL probably knows much better than me hahaha!

    Yau char kwai in rojak sauce, that sounds like genius!

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    1. Yes, you are right.. been to KSL mall once... lots of stuff being sold there...!

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  13. Ooo, I'd love to have some of the Yao char kuey with rojak sauce!

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  14. Wow! Everything looked nice and my liking too.
    How do you eat so much and not get fat? Please teach me.

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  15. I have never tasted yao char kwai with rojak sauce. They are sure creative with food there.

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