Sunday, 26 February 2012


Main Entrance of  Poring Hot Springs
Facts : Poring is a small town 19km east of Ranau and 39km east of Mount Kinabalu in the state of Sabah in MalaysiaIt is mainly visited for the Poring Hot Spring and Nature Reserve which houses both open-air and private cabin baths whose water contains sulphur that is known for its skin-curative properties. The natural hot spring is perfect to soothe tired and aching muscles after the long climb up Mount Kinabalu.

How to get in there ? Public buses from Kinabalu Park are available but make only one trip daily. Alternatively take a taxi from Ranau at about RM30 for the ride (thus, travelling in a group this can be cheap). From Ranau there are very few, if any, public buses making the run to Poring. For those who are self-driving, the Hot Springs are accessible via Ranau. The road is sealed with adequate sign posting. There is ample free parking inside the main entrance. An entrance fee is charged to visit the Hot Spring Park. If you think this place has the feeling of your basic tourist trap, it is a tourist trap complete with all the tackyness.

Poring Hot Spring Map
Description of PHS
My journey begin ~ my sun-burntlook
you will pass the bridge before you go in further

beautiful waterfall

Bathe in the Japanese-style baths. The thermal pools are available as open air style tiled baths with taps to fill with fresh water. For those who are modest or are wanting privacy, enclosed baths inside little chalet-like shelters are available.

Visit the Butterfly Farm, a short walk with in the park en route to the canopy walk (entrance fee). Note this closes at 4pm, earlier than the rest of the park.
Try the canopy walk and experience a bird's eye view of the surrounding rainforest from about 30-40 metres above the ground (entrance fee). The walking path from the ticket booth to the beginning of the canopy walk is about 1km up hill and is moderately aerobic. It is supposed to be a circuit walking path but damage to the trail means the visitor must double back (July 2007). This pathway is not suitable for those who have mobility restrictions. If you are afraid of heights then do not attempt this Canopy Walk as you will be at risk of getting stuck.

For those keen to explore, trek through the lowland forest to the two waterfalls. Kipungit Waterfall is the nearer and smaller one and can be reached in about 20 minutes, while the bigger Langganan Waterfall ~ No time to stop by to far inside and  takes an hour's hike to get to.
Kepungit Waterfall
I only managed to reached at Kepungit waterfall that's good enough :-). This is part of my traveling story while am in Kota Kinabalu there is more to shout but I can only share in the next entry till then stay tuned and have a good weekend with your beloved ones.


Saturday, 25 February 2012


SS2 Murni Restaurant Front View
Dear Peeps,

If you happened to be in SS2 Petaling Jaya, don't forget to stop by at SS2 Murni Restaurant to  fill your stomach with their good food. I have tasted their food especially their signature dishes. I can tell you it is really tasty and delicious. 

Wednesday, 15 February 2012


Lake Of Dreams

Immerse yourself in Lake of Dreams, a unique musical extravaganza which combines the dramatic effects of water, fire and state-of-the-art laser technology. This free public attraction is performed nightly in the centre of FestiveWalk. 

There a few retail outlet at The Forum area but Candylicious is our favorite to stop by. Just look at the wall color combination simply awesome to attract people attention.

 I knew you like it the phrase :-)
These is my favorite spot ~just look at the candies hanged up there
Peeps, thank God finally I managed to finish writing about my journey and fun experienced story in USS. Thank you so much for your support and patient to stay along with me . However I still have more story  about Singapore which is I can only blog out about it later. 

Oh ya just wanna share with you I'll be flying off to Mabul Island tomorrow morning for another vacation. As usual I will share my travel story plus wonderful pictures with all of you after am coming back ya. Till then take care and have a nice day everybody.


Tuesday, 14 February 2012


Hello !

Happy Valentine's Day !

Good day, good weather and good feelings to everyone. I am going to continue and share with you again my story telling about my Singapore trip. Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium now OPEN to public. 

Waterfront Entrance ~  link way to MEMA
The way to Historic Ship Harbour
Another view at waterfront

From this place you can watch a panoramic sea view
KLM Cruise
View from the waterfront ~ such of amazing view huh...
Historic Ship Replica
A must-visit for all visitors - Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium Historic Ships Harbour - where replicas of 5 Historic Ships are berthed. On display are the Chinese Fuchuan Junk; Indonesian Borobudur; Indian Dhow; South China Sea Vessel and a Javanese Jong. Learn more about the navigation technology and the seafarers who used to ply along the maritime trade routes in these ships.

Embark on the amazing voyage of discovery at the Maritime Experiental Museum  ! At this multi-sensory maritime museum, take an interactive journey along the Souk ports of the Maritime Silk Route, uncover precious artefacts, experience a shipwreck in the 360-degree multi-sensory Typhoon Theatre and much more!

Purchase Maritime Experiential Museum tickets and enjoy 15% off at Fish & Crab Shack

Fish & Crab Shcak, fresh seafood by the waterfront. Sail into a fresh seafood fiesta at the Fish & Crab Shack, where you can dine al fresco while enjoying a panoramic view of the waterfront. At weekends, indulge in the popular BBQ Dinners accompanied by live jazz every Friday and Saturday.

*The Aquarium - Coming your way in 2012

To purchase USS admission ticket please log on here

To purchase MEMA ticket log on here

To many to write actually but for the time being that's all I can share with you guys till then will see you in the next entry 'Part II'. Stay with me and  have nice day peeps.


Sunday, 12 February 2012


MATF 2012

Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair 2012 Returns 

With Value-For-Money Deals

Subang (09 February 2012): The Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair (MATF), an annual event with best prices and value deals for their air journeys, is back again this year with more special offers for economy and business class journeys on both domestic and international routes of the national carrier’s network.

After eight successful annual promotions, the MATF this year will reach out to customers in Malaysia from tomorrow 10 February 2012, till 17 February 2012 offering up to 500,000 seats for travel.The offers are valid for travel from 10 February till 31 July 2012, except specified peak periods. For some routes, the offers are also restricted to lean flights on both the international and Malaysian domestic network. For the convenience of customers, fares offered will be all-inclusive, incorporating air fare, fuel surcharges and airport taxes.

The domestic travel offers cover 15 routes between KLIA and destinations in both East and Peninsular Malaysia as well as 6 routes within East Malaysia. One-way economy class domestic travel fares start from as low as RM134 for Kuching-Sibu, RM 144 for Kuala Lumpur-Alor Star and RM224 for Kuching-Kuala Lumpur while the maximum is only RM 279 one way for Kota Kinabalu-Kuala Lumpur. The domestic one-way business class fares start at RM359 for Kota Kinabalu-Labuan in East Malaysia and RM429 for Johor Bahru-KLIA in Peninsular Malaysia. 

The international travel offers from Malaysia cover 13 ASEAN routes, 7 routes each to China/Hong Kong and South Asia, 6 routes to Australia/New Zealand, 5 routes to Europe/Turkey and 4 routes to North Asia as well as to Los Angeles, USA. International one way economy class fares start from as low as RM 189 to Medan in the ASEAN region, RM 389 to Hong Kong, RM500 to Taipei in the North Asian region, RM 789 to Perth in Australia and RM1,349 to Amsterdam. The maximum one-way offer is RM 1,749 to Los Angeles. Likewise one way international business class fare from Malaysia range between RM335 to Medan and RM 7,099 to Amsterdam.

Children between 2 years and below 12 years enjoy a further 35% discount off domestic travel business class fares and 25% discount on fares for international business class travel. The MATF offers are available through various distribution channels of Malaysia Airlines, like its ticket offices, 24 hours toll-free Call centre at 1300 88 3000, MASholidays (03 7843 4000),, its appointed agents and its subsidiary Firefly.

The Malaysia Airlines Travel Fair is an annual event that rewards travellers with the best prices and value deals for their air travel and vacation. It also demonstrates the national carrier's commitment towards seeking new avenues to deliver the MAS brand experience to customers
For Media enquiries, please contact :

Media Relations
Communications Division
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MAS Complex A
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
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Phone: +603 7840 4485

Friday, 10 February 2012


Good morning everyone !
Please allow me to fill your Friday blues with my blazing landscapes pictures below here.
Let the pictures tells you my joy and traveling experienced.
Sunway Pyramid
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
KD Sri Sandakan
Enjoy and have a nice day Peeps !


Thursday, 9 February 2012


Pic from google~x sempat snap

Pictures taken from google ~x sempat snap
Anda pernah dengar mengenai "Batu Serai" ? 

2 weeks before CNY , I went to Amcorp Mall in PJ to buy my things and at the same time I do my window shopping as usual. I always go to Amcorp Mall because less crowd and near to my house. While walking I saw one stall selling various of stones and crystals. I was telling to myself this is new and must check it out....eager want to know because from far I can see the shining2 thingy.

The moment I reached the kiosk immediate asked the person in-charge what kind of stones is that. Then he told me that stones known as ''Batu Serai. Then again I asked from where the stones came from ? He said they got it from those pokok serai yang ada bunga. According to the person in-charge you cannot find the batu serai from the normal pokok serai. Only pokok serai with the bunga can do and must do special prayers. This is more to mystic things and only expert person whom really got that knowledge can do the prayers.  

Menurut Encik Efrizal , peniaga kedai tersebut batu-batu seperti dalam gambar di atas adalah batu semula jadi yang telah dititipkan dengan bacaan doa dan ayat2 suci Al-Quran berdasarkan tarikh lahir anda. 

Batu Kristal

Encik Efrizal the one with black shirt attending his customers. They sell perfumes and other stuff too. 

Selain daripada batu serai dan kristal, anda juga boleh membeli barangan lama seperti keris pusaka dan juga koleksi peribadi. 


Ini adalah senarai nama batu yang mengikut bulan kelahiran anda. Mine "Peridot" because I born month of August....month of independence.  For further information about the price or any clarification you may contact Encik Efrizal at 017-388 8729 or else log on to their website

You may refer to the link below here for your reference if you want to ;



Plaza Larkin some people call it Medan Selera
Stopped by here on the way back to KL during my Singapore trip. I got to know this place from one of my friend. According to her , this is the best place to taste the kacang pool. Frankly speaking I have no idea about it and I never heard before I tot it is something else......hehehe.

The Stall Listing Board

After parked the car at the basement , next to the lift my crew members spotted this walawei their eyes very sharp when comes to food :-). But the listing very useful at least we know what to order later.

Kacang Pool Haji stall No K14
Now the order session begin ;

Finally Kacang Pool right in front of me
wait............incomplete without the bread

homemade bread
Yummy and delicious worth it to try the texture of the bread very soft and crispy. Am I enough to make your mouth watering ? you must eat the bread with the kuah kacang. 

We tried other dishes from different stall various of delicacies you can choose.

forgot what they call this to busy eating :-)
Sotong Kangkung

Mee Rebus Stulang

ABC Istimewa
Overall the food was good and reasonable if any of you happened to be in Johor Bahru don't forget to drop by at Plaza Larkin, JB. Next post I will share with you my food review in Senibong Seafood at Permas Jaya. Stay tuned.