My Trip to Sabah

Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Trip

(18th June 2015 – 21st June 2015)

Day 1

Arriving at KK International airport about 4pm. The airport is not as good as it look and is kinda of small and hot. We ask someone to pick us up, the driver name is Kenny, recommend by my uncle friend. He send us to KK Marina Court Resort Vacation Condo. On our way to the Resort, he explain where we can go to have our dinner.


Appoint arriving at the resort, someone had to bring us to Unit B to make registration and collect the key to our condo in Unit C. Our unit is quite new and our unit no        , I like it so much.. it was a deluxe 3 bedroom apartment facing city view.. that what we requested for.


Opposite the condo, is surrounded by lot of shopping mall, KK Waterfront and Promehade Hotel. After reaching our place, first thing we do is looking for food, cos we really hungry lol. We walk opposite our condo, we found a seafood restaurant called Welcome Seafood Restaurant. We had order a lot of food like, crab, fish, vegetable, fried squirm, and a few more and is cost about Rm311.50.


After dinner me, mum and Keith didn’t go out again, just stay in to watch tv and rest, while my sister, nephew, cousin went out to walk around the area to check what can we find there.

Langkawi- Day 3

This morning we wake up late because we had only had one place to want to go is the Underwater world. We had our breakfast and check out bout 9.30am. We thought the underwater world open at 9.30am..but it open at 10am. Underwater world features the island’s rich treasure trove of marine life. Located at the popular Cenang Beach, this aquarium features more than 5,000 types of aquatic life, exhibited in more than 100 tanks of different sizes. The highlight is a giant tank housing large marine species such as sharks, stingray, moray eels and green turtles, with a 15 metre tunnel for visitors to walk through. At the new wing, visitors have the chance to view the latest additions to the underwater world- penguins and seals ! The penguins include Sub Antarctic Rockhoppers and Black footed species from Africa. The former is fed at 11.30 am and 3.30pm, while later at 9.30am and 2.30pm. the harbor seals are fed at 11am and 3pm daily. Drop by these hours for a delightful experience ! This new facility also has a three dimensional (3D) theatre that airs informative documentaries on the island’s marine life.

We had lunch, than we heading to the airport, our flights was 2.15pm, but it was delay for another 15 min. Well…that all our 3D 2N stay at Langkawi – The Jewel of Kedah.

Me and my cousin
Me and my cousin


Langkawi – Day 2

After breakfast, we continue our journey to Kuah Town, supposed to be our first stop, since we staying in Cenang Town, we decided to go on our second day. Kuah is located on the southeastern tip of Langkawi and is the island’s main town with Kuah Jetty being the take-off point to the neighbouring islands. The name Kuah is a Malay word meaning ‘gravy’, referring to an ancient folklore of two battling giants who over turned a gigantic pot of curry at the sport where the town now stands.

Once a rustic town with a few streets, present day Kuah is a thriving centre of hotels and shopping cum business complexes, fortunately without the din of modern day cities. Kuah offers a wide variety of duty-free goods such as tobacco, liquor, cosmetics and electrical items at highly- attractive prices.

Kota Mahsuri, is our 1st destination. This place with its fabled and historical past is a significant site on the island that has been preserved for posterity. Located about 12 km from Kuah, this memorial is erected in honour of Mahsuri, a fair maiden who had been unjustly accused of adultery. According to legend, she had bled white blood at her execution as a sign of her innocence. In her dying breath, she laid a curse on the island, declaring that it would remain barren for seven generations. Fact or fiction, seven generation has since passed and today, Langkawi is a flourishing tourist destination. There is also a museum here where tourists can view a recorded interpretation of the Mahsuri legend.

Inside Mahsuri House
Inside Mahsuri House

The weather is extremely hot as well, we heading to Eagle Square or Dataran Lang is Langkawi’s most prominent landmark for visitors arriving via the sea. Situated near the Kuah Jetty, the main attraction of the square is the magnificent statue of the reddish brown eagle majestically poised for flight. According to local folklore, Langkawi derived its name from the eagle or helang. In old Malay, kawi denoted reddish brown, hence Langkawi means ‘reddish brown eagle’.

The square is beautiful landscaped and features scenic ponds, bridges, covered terraces, restaurants and barrel vaults made of bricks. The square is beautifully illuminated at night and presents a dramatic scene as you approach the island from the sea.

Taman lagenda or Legends Park is a scenic park with beautiful gardens of vivid local blooms, plants and fruit trees. The 50 acre park has been designed and landscaped with exhibits detailing the myths and legends of the island. It houses 17 monuments, each with an intriguing story to tell.

We had our lunch after a long walk. Then shopping…yea…getting some chocolate and things we can’t found in here in my place or state. After all the shopping, we heading back to Cenang town, to continue shopping for chocolate and wine, before the shopping mall closed at 6pm. We drop by Cenang beach- it was idyllic beaches, perfect for carefree sun filled days and quiet evening strolls. A wild range of exciting water sports provide fun and thrills for the energetic. Restaurant outlets in the hotels and outdoors serve a variety of appetizing cuisine with live music and an explosive atmosphere. We were there for a while since the weather is hot, hot and hot before going back to hotel to rest.

We out again in the evening for dinner at Japanese restaurant In the same mall that we been there yesterday. We had an early night today.

Langkawi – Day 1

Since I’m off today, spending time to edit some photo and review on my trip to Langkawi, last month.

Me and my cousin went for holiday to Langkawi – The Jewel of Kedah on 10th April till 12th April 2014..3D 2N stay at Green Village Langkawi Resort at Jalan Pantai Tengah. Before I continue with my activity and place to visit, let me tell you a little about the history – Langkawi comprises a group of 99 tropical islands lying off the northwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia, about 30km from K.Perlis and 51km from K. Kedah on the mainland. The main island is known as Pulau Langkawi. The islands are shrouded with an intriguing heritage of myths and legends that feature ogres and gigantic birds, warriors and fairy princess, battles and romance.
As a natural paradise, the islands are perhaps unmatched anywhere else in Southeast Asia. Fine beache offer sun-filled days of complete relaxation. The clear emerald waters around the islands are perfect for a host of water sports and recreational activities. The enchanting marine life beneath the waters of Langkawi beckons diving enthusiast.
Langkawi is perfect for doing everything or nothing at all, Enjoy nature-based activities or simple laze by the beach. There is also a host of unique attractions for those who enjoy sightseeing. The gentle smiles and warm hospitality will soon charm you. Come to Langkawi for a holiday unlike any other.

After arriving at the airport we rent a car cost about RM140 for 3 days, the first place we go was the petrol station… to fill up the fuel. Our first destination was heading to Oriental Village, sightseeing, had a simple malay lunch and then to Cable car. Enjoy an exhilarating cable car ride to the top of Gunung Mat Chincang. Visitors can enjoy marvelous views of the Andaman Sea and the Langkawi islang group as well as breathtaking sights such as overhanging cliff walls and isolated pinnacles. With a length of 919.5m, the Langkawi Cable Car has been recognized as The Longest Free Span Single Rope Cable Car’ by Malaysia Books of Records. It also has one of the steepest gradients in the word at 42ͦ. At the middle and top stations walking trails and viewing platforms are available for visitors to further enjoy the panoramic views. Another impressive attraction here is 125m suspension bridge. Langkawi Cable Car is situated at the Oriental Village in Burau Bay, about 30 minutes away from Kuah town. After the ride, drop by at the Oriental Village to browse through the assortment of souvenirs.

The 2nd place of the day, we went to Telaga Tujuh or known as Seven Wells located in the northwestern corner of Langkawi, is a geological marvel. The waterfall is so named because the cascading waters are broken by a series of seven natural pools. The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall adds a mystical touch to the natural splendor. Legend has it that fairies uses to come down to the waterfall to bathe and frolic.

On the way back from Telaga Tujuh, we drop by Telaga Harbour Park to walk around and photo of course. It has an array of facilities such as the Petronas and Perdana quay, customs house, harbor office and the headland watchtower. There is also a bank and business centre with internet access. A basin area of 27 acres was created and designed for public berthing for vessels of various sizes. A number of berths are allocated for term lease or tenancy.

By the time we went back to the hotel after checking in, is almost 6pm, we rest for a while, before going for dinner. We didn’t know what we will be eating, but we walk around town and had a cup of Starbucks and enjoy the night scenery.

Night scenery at our resort that we staying :)
Night scenery at our resort that we staying 🙂

Genting Highland

I was in Genting Highland last week for a break, since my brother in law had a room to stay for 3D 2N which we only staying for a day. Is really boring if staying too long since we not going in the casino, lol. Here is my scenery and places there.








Minions Cool holiday

A wide array of fun, exciting and amazing surprises await visitors at Pavillion KL’s Horray Horray, it’s Minions Cool Holiday. The loveable minions from the much anticipated movie Despicable Me 2, will spend two weeks of their summer holidays at the shopping centre. Enjoy the spirit and adventure of the summer holidays at the mall’s Centre Court as the venue is transformed into a place dominated by the sun, sea, sand and cheeky minions. There will be thrilling summer game booths, cool rides, special minion performances, exclusive minion meet and greet session, booth for photo opportunities and gift redemptions. Catch the despicably cute Minions and their witty live show.