Thursday, August 13, 2015

Qing Xin Ling Leisire & Cultural Village As Tour Guide

IT HAS BEEN MORE THAN HALF A YEAR since I last visited Qing Xin Ling, the leisure and cultural village here in Taman Saikat, Ipoh.  This morning brought me here again despite the hot weather and I noticed the place has indeed changed.... for better or worse, I prefer not to say.... hahahaha... 

Anyway despite the heat and sweat, we had a great time walking and listening to the golden oldies from the jukebox there....
Ok, at the entrance.. all ready to set out and GO!
The old jukebox that plays the oldies but goldies!
*Chin Tien Putt Hwey Chia*
Trying to imitate some Bollywood scene.... 
The lush greenery.... 
And hey... where are you going, Swanny?
Oh, she is also gazing at what I am doing too.... 
Admiring.....
Added huts for relaxation....
The hidden caves....
The woods....
..... And I....
Acting like a tourist too.... 
Not sure why this is here and someone probably might be thinking the same thing....
Oh oh... something is definitely not so right... 
A more shady area here.... 
But I like these Giant Leaves...
And the last one.... 
Having a FEEL of how the milling is done... 
*A pretentious pose*

20 comments:

  1. Claire, I think the jukebox is a good idea but I hope the music is not too loud. I agree with you, why is the "ship" there? Maybe a sampan will do ha ha! I like the photo of you with the giant leaves. I used to have one in my garden but no more.

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    1. Are those yam leaves, Nancy? The music is nice... no, not too loud cos no loud speakers.. hahahaa..

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  2. Every pix of you looks so stylo. I think you have posted this place once if I am right or is it a different place. Nice place but sad the water looks muddy.

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    1. Yes, I agree with you, Irene.. the water is indeed not clear maybe due to the rain water or renovation...

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  3. wah, the last time i read your post about this place was your first visit there to explore.. and now you are "promoted" to become the guide already, hahaha!! that's cool.. i have yet to go there and i hope it is still under good condition (you know lah Malaysian style maintenance kan??).. and was that just a Ducky instead of Swanny?? :p

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    1. It is still under renovation in some parts... I hope they won't overdo it.. not a very big area and if overdone, the place will look congested..

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  4. I remember you sharing the first post with us and that prompted me to try making a trip there but until today it did not materialised >_<

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    1. hahaha...don't expect too much Merryn...

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  5. You look very yau ying with your bike.. Water looks brown wor, but no swimming, nevermind la..

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    1. Definitely not for swimming... wonder why the water is muddy actually... no indah water perhaps..

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  6. Wahhhhhhh!!!! So nice the jukebox, not like the ones in my time - playing those black vinyl records one.

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    1. Yes, wonder what happened to those juke boxes...

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  7. I prefer hot weather to rainy days, as rainy days, can't go anywhere outdoors, sobsssss...

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  8. wei...you half year tarak pigi but me never been before leh. lagi cham than you leh .muhahaha

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    1. hahahaa... next trip??? Joshua can cycle there...

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  9. I remember this beautiful place which you featured before. I still haven't got a chance to go there yet.

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    1. But I feel last time the place is much more authentic than it is now..

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  10. Nice pose in all the photos. You are right. Hope they don't cram too many things in there.

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  11. Nice to revisit places that we have been before. You have been tourist in the US and now right time to become a tour guide.

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