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Window Shopping At Seaport Village

HERE WE ARE AT SEAPORT VILLAGE.... Weekdays or weekends, the crowd is always around at these tourist spots, which is a good thing, of course, to the shop out,ets and the shoppers as well...
It reminds me of A place in Singapore... Marina?
Though it looks sunny, it was not hot..
I called it The Cooling Sun...
The cafe at the sea...
Fascinated by this tree...
And a darker picture emerged...
At the docks... 
Where they parked their yacht ...
A million dollar one, I was told ..
Marriott hotel...
Along the sidewalks..
Souvenir shops all around but no, I didn't buy anything...
Just lingering around ...
To take pictures only...

And more shops....
And I was still resisting the temptation..
The dollar is just too 'Big' nowadays... 


  1. Blue blue sky. so lovely leh. Hahaha....ya lor now Dollar getting bigger

  2. Hahaha, indeed...the rate is so high nowadays, definitely so not worthy....

  3. Lovely place. Window shopping only kah? You bought anything for me yet? Hehehehehe!!!!!

  4. Very nice place to hang out! You are really enjoying yourself :)

  5. Beautiful place, seaport and all. Did you get a visit on board any of those yacht?

  6. The photos are so lovely with sunshine, water front and Ipoh's leng lui.
    That place would remind me of Singapore's Elizabeth Walk or Penang's Gurney drive.

  7. Wah vacationing! So jeles! But why window shopping only? lol

  8. Since's it remind you of a place in Singapore, coming to Singapore next? wink wink hint hint...

  9. nice place.. the first two photos actually look like Gurney Drive to me, but as I scrolled down seeing the buildings, yeah, agree with you the place looks like Singapore harbour front woh~~ :)

  10. Such a unique tree! I have never seen anything like this before. It is indeed difficult to resist the temptation of shopping

  11. Don't know why, I see this place, reminds me of my trip to Turkey

  12. Not a million dollars lah, $956k only. I know, because it is mine. XD XD

  13. Yes..MYR is getting smaller...:(


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