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Sight Seeing And Villa Seafood At Kampong Koh Sitiawan

WITH HEAVY TUMMIES, WE PROCEEDED to visit a landmark here in Kampong Koh, it is called Tua Pek Kong, just along the coastal area.  Using the Waze, we keyed in the name and it was just five minutes from where we had our lunch.  So easy and convenient.  One thing with Waze, I notice that it avoids traffic lights, somehow it goes through the small roads.... wonder why it operates this way...

Back to the tourist spot, we parked our car in front of Tua Pek Kong Temple and despite the hot weather, we sacrificed ourselves to take some photos....
The bay near we parked our car....
Very quiet on a weekday... 
Should have brought a hat or umbrella... 
So HOT!
Believe it or not... 
I only wanted to point at this electrical station...
But the photo ended up like I was "carrying" it...
Not meant to look like SuperLady!
Just that it reminded me of the new Astro On Demand series...
Over Run Over...

Then we quickly walked to the shaded area....
....where we quenched ourselves with these fragrant coconuts...
After spending some minutes and buying some dried noodles, we proceeded for lunch!
Oh my goodness, I was still very full... but then...
We couldn't leave Sitiawan without having another meal, right?
We stopped at Villa Seafood, never tried it before.... 
We ordered some fried fish....

And a small portion of yellow noodles with clams....
Just two dishes and it came to RM38 with drinks....
With really super heavy tummies, we took a slow drive back to Ipoh....
Journey took one and half hours... 
Along the way, we admire the greens...
Malaysia is actually a very nice place to stay... 
if only.... 


Comments

  1. If only.....but I do agree we have beautiful places, good food and friendly people.

    Haha. Super Claire carrying the tower.

    I love that fried fish. Coconut good to take on hot day.

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    1. Yes to the above!! I love coconut and this one was very fragrant..

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  2. Bet that plate of clam noodles must be so sweet, so good!

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    1. Yes, it was nice but we were too full to eat more than 2 dishes..

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  3. So nice the road, double lanes, four lanes altogether...ours two only - one going and one coming, so narrow and the condition is so bad. Sighhhhhhh!!!! Now they are building the "highway" - dunno if I will live long enough to enjoy it or not.

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    1. You must!! Enjoy first.. anyway, with highway, have to pay toll so you might want to take back the old trunk road..

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  4. It's a nice place to eat but i never been there.

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  5. It's a nice place to eat but i never been there.

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  6. Malaysia is indeed a nice place..if only...yes I think we share the same thoughts too, and our motherland can be way better.

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  7. Can see that it was very hot when you were taking all the photos with the sun glaring down on you. Wow, all of you must be very full then.

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    1. Yeah, all of us need to exercise more before eating again...

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  8. Claire, you are always on the go, jalan jalan and cari makan, I so envy your retirement life. Enjoy your life!

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    1. Cos I worked too hard last time..perhaps! hahahaa

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  9. Super Claire carrying the tower, so hebat! That is my favourite fried fish!

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