The people from Kuala Kangsar should be very good in swimming or diving – Part 1: Jalan-jalan, cari makan

Billy is a guy who masters the art of bluffing!

The best 猪肉粉 in Kepong! Thumbs up!

Once we reached Kuala Kangsar, our car was blocked by 2 police officers. Their dignities worth RM10 each only!
Me and Sin Eee stayed at “SU EE LODGE”  5-star service and facilities!

On 28 April, our journey began after taking breakfast. 

Locations of all the interesting places in Kuala Kangsar.

We left our footprints at the following places. Me very malas mau elaborate, go to this site if you wish to go into details about the places of  interest :-

(3) The Clock Tower

Billy claimed that, there was a severe flood in 1967, almost the whole tower was submerged by flood water. The 3 of us burst out laughing. If Billy did not bluff, then the people who survived the flood must be very good in swimming or diving!

(4) The oldest rubber tree

Can you hear what the tree was singing: Lonely… I’m so lonely… I have nobody… To call my own….

 You all better be convinced that I’M SLIM! (from behind)
(10) The Iskandar Bridge
Billy proudly affirmed, “Not a single nail was used to construct this bridge!”
After a moment of bewilderment, I asked, “Why do we need nails when it is a concrete structure?!”

The so-called not-using-a-single-nail-bridge!

(13) The Keris monument

I won’t forget this place forever! Something traumatic happened, but I’m not gonna tell the story now…

The tragic place…

The loving couple

(15) The Malay College

If you did struggle for your SPM History, you should find this name familiar. Tun Hussein Onn’s papa, Dato Onn Jaafar studied here before.

The Malay College=the father of Tun Hussein Onn University of Malaysia!

Fiat Sapienta Virtus… Haha! I dont understand 2 1/2 of the words! Sapienta should mean something related to Homo sapiens gua…

(16) The Ubudiah Mosque

I heard Billy pronouced it as “Masjid Ku-ku-diah”!

The graveyard for the royal families and nobles.

(23) The Royal Museum a.k.a Istana Kenangan

This palace was built without a blueprint nor a single nail. (It seemed that all the fabuluos buildings/structures in Kuala Kangsar were of the same feature! )

To me, this building looked so cardboard! 

A stroll along Perak River

Tranquil scene

Dengan sukacita dimaklumkan bahawa it’s an undeniable fact that I possess great sense of phototography!  

The best Asam Laksa!

There are Labu Sayong aplenty for all of you.

The most selamba cat! Look at the way it slept! It most probably forgot that it’s actually a CAT!

On the evening, we departed to Ipoh. What happened next were as summarized in the slide show below:-

Last but not least, may I present to you, the best photo of the trip!!!  

I wonder how many people will throw up seeing this photo….


2 Responses to “The people from Kuala Kangsar should be very good in swimming or diving – Part 1: Jalan-jalan, cari makan”

  1. 1 Yee May 11, 2007 at 2:29 pm

    wa, is really nice to hear billy being shoot! Good job Sam,    "Why do we need nails when it is a concrete structure"  hahaha billy!!

  2. 2 sc May 14, 2007 at 1:27 pm

    love the "i\’m sultan xxx.." pic… so cute!

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