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A Drive To Sutera Mall, Johor

What do we normally do each day in our new place here?  It is almost like a routine now... and I really do not want it to end soon... It is like a new life here in JB... change of life, much different from Ipoh cos we are new here and there are much to explore each day.

Few days ago, I met up with my JB friends and they took us to Sutera Mall for lunch.  To my delight, this mall is just ten minutes drive away and it is so easy to remember!  Straight road all the way... how could I not remember?  hahahaa.... 

The next day my girl and I ventured out on our own to Sutera Mall ... even my sons were so "proud" of us... they themselves never been there before on their own... hahahaa.. 
Lots of ample parking from where I stood.....
This year's decoration....
CNY atmosphere at the entrance....
Reminded me of my grannies' houses...
The houses were so simple and yet we never complained... 
Brings back good old memories of the yesteryears....
Nice.... I like them decorated this way....
Inside the mall....
After a couple of hours or so, we had our hands full....
Time go to home and prepare dinner...
This is the life of a "unpaid maid" aka "a MOM"
hahahaa...


Comments

  1. wah, i am indeed very impressed by the second photo.. the CNY decoration looks so grand and i think i have not seen anything like this before in KL.. and those kampong houses decor, i wonder how big are they?? cos the photos you showed macam looks like small miniature houses only, very nice woh..

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    1. Not very big... nor small... they are miniatures around two feet by one feet like that.... not bad hor...

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  2. Eh the decorations here not bad wer... I particularly love those small kampung houses!

    I have been to Sutera Mall a few times, the hosting managers from our CM loves to bring us here, there's a Chinese restaurant that I think is quite expensive hohoho!

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    1. Is it expensive? Yes, there are a few restaurants here.. Called Beijing or Peking? Been there once during a Christmas Church dinner last few years ago.. :)

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    2. Yes, that is the one, Peking! It must be expensive, or maybe they ordered all expensive dishes hahaha! To me personally, my favorite Chinese restaurant in JB is the halal Chinese restaurant of Puteri Pacific Hotel (old Pan Pacific). The chef is a Chinese Muslim from Yunnan, China.

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    3. Oh really! Then I must try it one day.... maybe another trip cos I will be going back to Ipoh soon.. very soon!

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  3. Sutrea Mall area has lots of foods there...

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    1. Yes, indeed there are lots of shop houses .. a happening place at night especially...

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  4. I have never been to Johor so now can see Johor through your eyes. How big are the grannies houses? I can't figure the size out from your photos, they seem like miniature houses.

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    1. Yes, they are decors.. miniature around 2 feet by 1 feet... not big nor too small...

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  5. This must be a big city! So colorful and lots of space, kind of modern

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  6. Wah so pannai ahh, drive ownself to Sutera Mall, nice.. Yeah have to explore and remember roads lor, else takkan sit at home look at four walls.. Love those colourful decor houses..

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  7. Now you are starting to explore JB. Love the decoration especially the grannies house. Bring back sweet memories to me too. At least you are one happy unpaid maid, hahaha!!!!....

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    1. Exactly.... not only unpaid... but must also pay... hahaha..

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  8. I love this new life of yours! Wake up late, shopping, eating! Nice nice!

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    1. After working for 30 over years? Yes, life should be like such... hahaha..

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  9. But the unpaid maid is having fun hee..hee...

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  10. This unpaid maid so good looking. ;)

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  11. A unpaid maid so willingly and lovingly doing her job...and also got lots of chance to explore new places....jalan, jalan, cari makan & some more can go shopping leh.

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    1. Unpaid ma.... so time is flexible.. hahahaa..

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  12. Very creative..love the CNY mood over there..

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  13. Goodness!!! i am now reaching your CNY posts!!
    What unpaid maid! You look like a high class nanny or mammy who enjoys life to fullest now.

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