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Homestay At Come Back Love, Pasir Pinji

AFTER OUR SATISFYING LUNCH, we asked permission from the lady boss to have a Look See upstairs.  We wanted to look at the homestay rooms, who knows, we might need to book this place some day.  Without hesitation, the lady boss led the way up, there is a separate sidedoor leading up to the rooms.
One of the doors leading up to the room on top of the stairs... 
For one night, it is RM600 for 5 rooms.. 
Can be booked individually too.. but not sure how much per room... 
Come Home Love rooms...
I like this 3-D craft painting...
The living hall with 5 rooms.. 
One room is for Karaoke wannabe singers!

And for those who want to relax in the evening.. 
The Rooftop area...
Overlooking the greens and houses opposite...
And of course, the famous Chee Cheong Fun along the same row...
Not bad for a gathering here in the evening....
Beachy feeling... LOL....
We ladies like it...for sure....
Will Come Back Home Love one day!



Comments

  1. I love these 3-D art works! They are expertly done! And the beautiful view from the rooftop! And the table made from logs and one big slab of wood. This place is large and pretty, a perfect place to book for a relaxing stay. And only have to come downstairs to eat meals!

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    1. Yes, right.. can relax in the evening after touring the city..

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  2. Nice homeestay and friendly lady boss.

    Wow! 3D art. That is a guitar but is that jeans?? Look like pants or fabric.

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  3. Lovely place. So did you have a gathering at the roof top?

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  4. I wonder how much per night for the homestay. have a good weekend!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this place, you were home finally, Claire.

    You stay fun and happy.

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  6. Looking forward to visit this place and taste the homely food! Happy weekend!

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  7. Lots of homestays mushrooming up. Sometimes I like to browse through Airbnb just to admire the different interior designs ;)

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  8. The beauty about this place is that they give you a somewhat blank canvas where you can create the wedding you envisioned, etc., which will be different from others. The staff at wedding venues NYC is incredible and professional.

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