Monday, 30 December 2013

Relaxing Trip to Ipoh, Perak

Hello Readers....

Another few days school holidays over and I'm quite
lucky my husband back from Perth (his work) on the right time.

A sudden plan to Ipoh was really fun and relaxing.
I hope i will fully utilized my days with my husband

who is on leave till 15 January 2014.

 We were in Ipoh from 27th December till 29th December 2013.
We stayed in Symphony Suites which was very comfortable for family.

Here goes the pictures.................

We started our journey on the second day in Ipoh.
The first place we went was Lost World of Tambun.

Tin Valley. My son was guided by the supervisor how to tinning he he

Yeah.................."bijih timah"

Me too.....................never miss the chance@#$%^&&%$

duck tour...........

My little one............

On the third day, we started our jouney to Sam Ph Tong Temple

Then, we headed to Kellie's Castle......

I'm on the top of Kellie's Castle.................WoW

Friday, 27 December 2013

Dior again

 Another dior perfume~hypnotic poison for my belated birthday
added to my collection.
Thank you to my husband♥ You made my day.
Seeing him after three months huh....though  na
Just back from his working project and feel wonderful
when he is around. So many stories to share about my career, all the events i
attended, children's activities and so on.

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

First Jumbo Family Gathering

Hi hi hi Everyone!!!!!

At last, a family gathering was held in Port Dickson on 14 December
to 15 December 2013 which consists of 13 families.
That's why it was named as Jumbo Family Gathering.
I as a coordinator for this gathering, sincerely was very happy
and appreciated to all the families who made themselves
available and most of all made this gathering successful.

A lot of activities were took place games for children,
games for teenagers and adults, mid nite dance, 'kabadi' game,
barbeque session and 'grab n drag' me to the pool surprises.



'Grab n Drag Me'

Applause to all who made this is a great gathering!
I'm glad to see everyone had a great time!

Monday, 16 December 2013

My trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia

Hi Gorgeous, Beautiful, Charming one...............
Good Morning.

Here goes my four days trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia.
9 December to 12 December 2013

My primary goal was to see Angkor Wat which was on my dream list. This trip has given me an opportunity to explore a bit more about this country, its history, cultures, art, religions and of course its beautiful and wonderful people which I would treasure forever.

I went there with my sister and my cousin. Only three of us for this trip this time.
We reached Siem Reap Airport at 8 am (Cambodia time) and was welcomed by our friendly  tour guide, Mr Sem Vuthy. We headed to our hotel first, Shining Angkor Hotel. The hotel was beautiful full of arts, thick wood and with dim lights.

Day One

Do specify what kind of Angkor Wat pass you want.
1 day pass costs $20,
3 days pass cost $40 (can visit 3 days or time in one week period),
7 days pass costs $60 (can visit 7 days or times in one month period).
Do keep your pass handy, as you will be asked to show it when entering the temples.

We started our tour to Angkor Thom-South Gate of Angkor Thom then Bayon Temple, Baphoun Temple, Terrace of Elephant, Terrace of Leper King, Ta Prohm temple, Angkor Wat and lastly we  climbed  Bakheng Mountain to see sun set of Angkor Wat scenery.

Shining Angkor Hotel
The first place was Angkor Thom.

Ta Phrom temple

Who has attended nose level with a king? 
In the temple of Bayon, you'll find unique opportunities. One popular
attraction to take a photo where you can position yourself, that it looks
like you poke the nose of the sculpture of King Jayavarman VII
with your own he he ~ nose to nose
(Thank you to our tour guide, Mr Sem for this shot)

 last I am here :)

Our first day, Tour Guide~ Mr Sem Vuthy

Day 2

Breakfast in the hotel itself....

Heading to Floating Village..............
Our 2nd day tour Guide..........Mr Yunos

Floating Grocery
Floating School..........
Sort of In Titanic ha ha...........

I love this picture very much. It was taken by my pleasant tour guide~Mr Yunos

We were welcomed by the teacher.........
Me with the students in the classroom............
With teachers............
We had our lunch at Maharajah Restaurant (~Food damn delicious )

After lunch we headed to Studio..............
 Wondering why?
 "APSARA"~Never miss the  chance to try on dis traditional khmer outfit when I was in Cambodia♥. It took 2 hours 4 the make up itself huh ;p *notice the exaggerated arched toes n fingers flexed backwards he hehe
Thank you to Our Tour Guide, Mr Yunos and his driver for his patience of waiting for us for this photograph session
Then after photography session we headed to Phreah Khan Temple


 Day 3

In front of our hotel
Traveling in the Tuk Tuk

Old Market (psar Char)
We had our lunch in this restaurant on the 3rd day of our visit.....

In the evening we went for foot massage & Dr Fish :)
 Here some of the Indian Restaurant lists:-
1. Taj Mahal Restaurant
No.11, Mondul 1 Village, Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap City

2. Maharajah Restaurant
Sivatha (St.), front of Terrasse Des Elephants, Old Market Area

3. Curry Walla Indian Cuisine
No.B05, Sivatha (St.), Sangkat Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap

4. Chussaka India Vegetarian Restaurant
Street#7, Old Market Area one block north of Pub Street, Siem Reap

5.  Taste of India
#109, Sivatha Street, Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap 855

Authentic Indian Restaurants are serving Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian
dishes with very reasonable prices.
Generally, the price of food about $5.50 to $6 per meal.-affordable

Cambodia's culture and history have touched my heart.
I took this trip primarily to see Angkor Wat but i learned a lot.
My wish sincerely goes to People of Cambodia......may have continuous 
peace and prosperity.

 These our Tour Guide Numbers and Facebook ID.
They can be contacted any time...........

Mr Sem Vuthy
+855 12 224 450
Facebook ID : Tour Guide Sem Vuthy

Mr Yunos
+855 09 241 8028/ +855 09 725 25 750
Facebook ID: Yunof Tour Guide Cambodia

*Thank you to both of you guys :)