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Cooling Trip To Genting Highlands

UP THE MOUNTAINS....

From the island Pearl of the Orient, our next destination is Gentings Highlands!  Because of the free room stay in First World, we took the opportunity to get some cooling air during the off peak season.  No driving up, just called and booked for the van driver on that specific day.  So easy, sit back and relax and in three hours, we were 8000 feet above sea level. 

Our free rooms allowed us to have a two night stay, four of us squeezed into the small room with two beds, one single and one queen size.  Yes, we managed to sleep comfortably throughout the night with just the fan blowing from the ceiling.  We did three things during the day.. Eat, Walk and Play...

At one of the Hongkong restaurants... 




Simple food and each meal cost around RM100 for the four of us... 
Then at Go Noodle Shop... 
Each of us ordered a bowl of their special Mee Xian Noodles... 
Weather was cool... and so were we!!
LOL... 


Comments

  1. I am also want to go. Eat, sleep and play only. Hahaha.

    Delicious dishes in Hong Kong restaurant.

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  2. yea, it was cooling...I was there last Tues/Wed...

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  3. Nice photos of everyone bonding over food. Enjoy!

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  4. I love cooling weather, I like the steam chicken with salted vegetables, nice!

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  5. It all looks very good. And I bet the cool mountain air made you even hungrier!

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  6. What a lovely outing for your girls!

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  7. I remembered sleeping in a very cold room when I was there. I can't remember us using the fan....

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