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Getaway To Gentings!

WENT UP THE HIGHLANDS FOR TWO NIGHTS....
Early morning, our van driver came and fetch both of us to Genting Highlands for a two nights stay... One room was free of charge, courtesy of the Resorts World for being a Rewards member and I booked one extra night for RM40.  Quite affordable I would say when it comes to lodging but not so affordable on the meals... LOL...

Anyway, just a short trip getaway and this post is pretty short too...
Our mini size room at First World...
TV and bathroom also mini size.. LOL..
Yes, Sky Avenue is opened already.... 
My first time here at this section... 
So much to see!
The screen changes every now and then....
Suddenly someone closed my eyes from behind with her hands!
My friend!! 
She noticed me despite the crowd!
And we didn't even plan to meet...
What a coincidence!!
She was going back on the day I arrived... 
Let's take some pictures!
Yay!! 



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  1. Wah, what a coincident to meet your friend all the way up there.

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  2. Indeed, coincidence and saw from the background, mountain people, mountain see, she notice you...

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  3. You look like a teenager with that top and jeans, I heard the Sky Casino is opened, I don't really like to go up to Genting because of the traveling time, takes about more than 5 hours from SG

    The room looks cozy even though mini size

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    1. Thank you, from far like teenager.. and when near, many times older! hahaha..

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  4. I can't wait to see more pictures of this!!! Yes, the room looks very small, but it has a nice big bed.

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    1. Yes, as long as clean and comfy, I am fine with it..

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  5. Been a long, long time I have not gone up to Genting.

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    1. Nearer to Klang valley than Ipoh, I think...

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