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Half Way To Hakka Village, Balik Pulau

MY NEIGHBOUR TOLD ME THAT I SHOULD VISIT HAKKA VILLAGE IN BALIK PULAU... Oh, I didn't know there is such a tourist spot up on the hills, all I think of is Durians when one mention Balik Pulau or Laksa.  Since I am in the travel mode, I suggested to my friend who willingly oblige to go and have a look at the place.

Using Waze, we managed to go through some village and ended up at a small lane leading up to Hakka Village.  But the road was so narrow, we were having some second thoughts whether to go or not to go.... and while contemplating, we spotted something more attractive and eventually we aborted our idea of going up and up...
The road leading up to Hakka Village....
Looks kind of narrow, just enough for one car to go through.... 
Isn't this something more attractive?
We saw this crowd while on the narrow road and quickly we parked our car at the side...
The durian trees just next to the stall....
With the durian family looming above our heads.... 
This is a much better adventure!
Ladies do know how to enjoy Life, eh... 
I also WANT!
Beautiful on the inside..... 
Durians brings us together!
Let's eat and be merry!!

Comments

  1. I know you get durians any way and any how you can. But this is the first time I have seen you get them straight from the tree! The best and freshest way!

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    1. I understand that those exported are mainly frozen.. yes, over here, all fresh.. :)

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  2. My! My! look at you now, so well-rounded. Very soon, saya pun kalah liao. Muahahahahahaha!!!!

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  3. Ha ha....I should make a trip to Balik Pulau before the durian are all gone.

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  4. hah..hah...see durian only, quickly diverted!

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  5. Good decision to abort mission and stop for the durians! I will do the same too. :)

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  6. wah ...so many durians but then, Penang is also famous for durians! I gotta have some this week.

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  7. Hmm.. I think now still not the best time yet. Wait another 2-3 weeks, then the liu lian season in full swing, all species of exotic liu lian also you can eat! :P

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  8. Heard that Durian will be more expensive over here...

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  9. You are really a Durian Queen too! You always enjoy the best!

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