Kuala Sepetang... anyone heard of this place? It is 11 km away from Taiping, it was my first trip to Kuala Sepetang. Made two phone calls for directions and PRESTO! We Arrived Safely!
According to my "sources," Kuala Sepetang is a L-shape town. Yes, true enough, itis a very small town where even 11 year old boys zoomed about in motorbikes without wearing helmets. And the best thing is, the police station was just meters away. Living in a small town has its advantages, I presume that everyone knows everyone there.. hahahaha..
Monday, March 22, 2010
A Trip To Kuala Sepetang
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ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT.... gently down the sea.... Royal Caribbean, it is my second time following this giant vessel, the first time was fro...
wow...i love this place!! I like the simple village life and the nice boats. Beautiful!! And, Im the first one to comment :)ReplyDelete
hahhaa... like striking lottery hor? so when coming back again? i still owe u money la..ReplyDelete
alamax.. reminds me of pangkor last time when i used to wait for the fishermen to balik too.. :DReplyDelete
Nice shots! Looking forward for the food shots... huhuhu! ^0^ReplyDelete
thanks for the warning...tmw wont come to your blog with empty stomach..kakakaReplyDelete
Yea..agreed with smallkucing. tomolo makan sebelum baca...kekkekkeReplyDelete
wow I luv the scenery..nice mini port..heheheReplyDelete
I love this place. 'Something' unforgetable and nice happened to me on my first visit to Kuala Sepetang! I guess it was fated how I ended up in there! LOL!ReplyDelete
I am fascinated by the boats and the docks. Will look forward to your "food photos"!ReplyDelete
Lovely place! The seafood must be heavenly!ReplyDelete
merryn: so far, this is my up close and personal shot with the fishermen.. first time in my life!ReplyDelete
alicelawA: tonight is the night! hahaha..
kathy: dont worry, the food pics are not so good.. can come with empty stomach one..
mommyling: both of u can eat another round la. so slim.. i jeles both of u..
liza: yes, indeed it is a minisize port.. :p
pete: u went there before? can tell story about it?
cheryl: thanks.. i m looking forward to posting them too!
stp: my pics are not so clear. hope to make u all drool.. hahahaa.. but i would love to go back once again.. it is really "kampong-ly" .. i like it!ReplyDelete
did you buy any fresh fishes home??ReplyDelete
i love kampung...ReplyDelete
2ma: i didnt.. cos my boys are not home and my girl doesnt take prawns. they were sold at 24rm per kilo..quite cheap i can say..ReplyDelete
manglish: me too!
So, this only to remind us that sister no need to go shanghai or tokyo, when we have our own tourist attractions here,that we have not been too,kekekekekekekekekek....ReplyDelete
have you been to Muru cave?
eugene, mulu caves? or muru? niah caves i have been.. gua tempurung i have been.. but i still prefer to see these type of villages.. going to caves is not for me :)ReplyDelete
looks like a quaint little place, nice for a weekend getaway.. I likee...ReplyDelete
Used to be called 'Kuala Sepagi' becoz majority of the tourist got lost just like your need to make two phone call can merely arrive in the afternoon. Those days no cell phone yet even worst to get there in time so the Penghulu renamed it "Kuala Sepetang". :PReplyDelete
Presume you will be eating extra fresh seafood, nice sceneries. tQReplyDelete
elaine: yes, i wanna go there one more time too.. :)ReplyDelete
bananaz: u and your theory! :)
Beautiful. Looks like a very quite and calming town. Never heard of this place, but if given a chance, would love to visit. Very far away from Seremban la.ReplyDelete
nice place! should pay a visit there sometimes. :P
the pictures remind me of the water color paintings I tried to paint when I was a young boy. Images of floating boats anchored to the jetty is always delightful and soothing at times; it can be in water color, oil on canvas or just good ol' snapshots, all are equally striking.ReplyDelete
Ohhh... fisherman village... so nice. I love fisherman village. Hehehehhehehe.... I'm the daughter of the sea. Wonder when can visit a fisherman village again!ReplyDelete
The seaside smelly or not? :DReplyDelete
mNhL: it is a very small L shaped village..interesting to go again to snap some shots!ReplyDelete
medie007: next time post u there, wan or not? hahhaa.. touch wood!
gus: yes, yes, u got it right.. now it reminds me of the art I used to do when i was small... hahha...
cleff: if got time and u come visiting, i might be able to take u there.. now i know the way already. hahahaa..
slavemom: dont worry.. i smell only my food! :)
Wow...so many beautiful shots of the place. :D I miss the days when I visit those places too.ReplyDelete
I like the last picture of you standing by the rail... looks very relaxed and happy :-)ReplyDelete
tekkaus: thanks.. why dont u visit them now...ReplyDelete
boeyjoey: thanks.. i was actually.. waiting for the food patiently :)