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The Climb At Youth Park, Station 3, Penang

I did The Climb during my two days stint trip in Penang.  We went to the Youth Park cos I need to "shed" off the extra calories... Calories from the hawker food, the abundant apom I have consumed, laksa, fried lobak, fried koay teow, etc ... etc... all the food I have input had to be churned into energy for this hill hiking.  With an umbrella in hand, I was all ready to CLIMB!  Lead the way, please.....
Hello Friend....
He was at the car park to greet us....
The serenity of nature...
The spot where we started our CLIMB...
Initially it was all steps....
Gradually.... the steps changed to rocks...
We have options... either to take steps or use the natural rock way to go up...
we chose the latter... 
Halfway through... paused for a breather...
But after thirty minutes or so... I was quite exhausted...
Thank goodness I have my "walking stick" with me...
But the Climb was worth it when I saw this...
Did I really climb that high??  Or should I say.. "walk"...
Yes, we reached the Station 3 out of Station 5.... 
Got Facebook some more.. don't play play... 
A place where we can rest our weary legs... 
Around the Station 3 vicinity....
Well, I know I am not a Great Climber... 
But I realized I could still Walk the Climb...
Walking up is not a problem... I just have to look up..
The real problem came when I have to go downhill...
I slipped several times... but overall, it was Fun ...
Especially when I think of the calories lost 
And the food which was waiting for me for dinner!
hahahaaa...

Comments

  1. Reminds me how long i haven't been to the park but i'm afraid of those mosquitoes :x

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    1. Oh, I was not bitten cos I wore long pants... If I wore shorts, I would have lots of scratches now from the slips and the falls... :)

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  2. Indeed a great climber. Thumbs Up for walking up till Station 3. At least shed off few kilos of calories.Nice place.

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    1. Few kilos of calories?? YEHHHH!!! true or not wor?

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  3. Always lost calories while climb up, but later on eat again to "gain" back the calories, hahaha!!! =]

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    1. Yeah, after that ah...eat also feel not so guilty... hehehee..

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  4. hey, not bad lah this park, can have a nice jog and also some trekking.. sure can burn away the calories from the feast you had earlier on.. errr, but do you know it's easier to absorb after exercise?? :p

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    1. Exactly.. so ended up eating more than usual... but at least consoled myself that I have sweat a bit... :p

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  5. Good exercise and nice view of Penang..

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  6. Hiking is indeed a good exercise! It's been a while, for me... Hehe, prefer jogging :p

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    1. Oh, I cannot jog liow... can only have brisk walk...

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  7. Where is this place ? Near bukit bendera ??

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  8. I have been to this youth park a long time ago but I didn't know that there is this climb. Now I am interested to go and try it.

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  9. Nice hiking adventure, Reana.
    Too bad there were no snakes, wild boars, monitor lizards!
    I've encountered all these on my walks or around my home :-)

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  10. LOTS of monkeys in Penang hor? Botanical there, so many!!!!

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  11. This place is quite interesting..with lots of monkeys too. Like the Bukit Melawati in Kuala Selangor

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    1. Yes, Penang is famous for their botanic gardens and of course, monkeys too.. they are everywhere swinging from one tree to another in the parks..

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  12. Youth Park is just next to Botanical Gardens, so the monkeys fly across the trees!
    Aiyo, you so tired how to climb mountains in China? I am more uncle than you dei...

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    1. TM, surely I get more tired than you leh... you and I.. a decade apart? No la.. I dont think I can climb the mountains in China.. I see the height also I pengsan liow...

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  13. I didn't know there are places like this in Penang!

    We nearly stayed at a boutique hotel (of sorts) at a durian orchard though. Haha!

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  14. such nice place. I haven't been to this place. Maybe I should try it one day too..

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    1. Yes, do try... we can organize a trip one day! :)

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