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Places To Go For Walks In Penang

SWEAT.....

Hot weather is here in Ipoh as well as in Penang.  I really do not mind the Hot these days, I heard that hot temperature kills the C-virus, yes?  I hope it does!  With this global disease these days, I heard so much on what-to-do and what's-not-do.  Questions like... "Have you store up your pantry?"  Why?  I asked... Do I really have to?  So far, I did not, I only have a few packets of dry noodles which are going to expire soon and a small tub of fragrance rice in my fridge.  That is all...er... . I think Ipoh is still "safe." 

Talking about the hot weather, I went out for evening walks even though the sun has not set yet.  It was still sunny... well, who cares now.... let's go for sun-bathing.... kill the germs!  LOL...
Here comes the sun... and I say... Its alright!!
At the Botanical Gardens at 6pm... 
At the Air Itam dam.... I love taking walks here too...
Walking along the nature and dam area... 
At Bukit Dumbar where I walked three big rounds.... 
Then it is time to fill up the lost calories again!

Comments

  1. wah...u've got good stamina to walk/run...i'm more like a couch potato. Too lazy to even walk!

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  2. I like the first photo with the beautiful clouds. Weather looks good and sunny to take a walk.

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  3. Very nice place for walking. I prefer to walk in the morning when it is much cooler.

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  4. wow! you went to different places to exercise!

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  5. I am aware, that this state has so many interesting sights, but, if you want to visit all the places, you really need much time for it. You should take it into account.

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