Ipoh's Old City Hall
Across from the Train station is this Old City Hall building, where it continues to host events, banquets, weddings, etc.
Ipoh's Iconic Railway Train Station
Ipoh's iconic Railway Train Station. There used to be many cafés, restaurants and shops on the main floor, but sadly there's nothing more than a couple of convenience stores there left.
The side view of the old City Hall building.
Dim sum with the parents. We behaved, didn't order too much.
Bak Kut Teh
One of my all time favs from Malaysia, Bak Kut Teh, an herbal soup with meat! This was lunch yesterday.
Video: Hiking Menglembu Hill in Ipoh
Hiking Menglembu Hill in Ipoh
Video: Hiking Menglembu Hill
Listen to the monkeys
Video: Made it!
Video: View from Menglembu Hill
Video: Monkeys at Menglembu Hill
A Malaysian staple: Nasi Lemak, means coconut rice, served with an egg, anchovies, peanuts, cucumber, and curries.
Old Town White Coffee Freezie
Mmm, better than Starbucks'. A welcome relief in this hot climate!
Indonesia here I come!
Arriving at Jogja airport
Today's lunch special: Sayur Lodeh. Can't believe I ate a vegetarian meal! 😛
Discovering new drinks in Jogja
Left, an interesting coconut drink, which name I can't remember. Right, gotta have my coffee (with sugar syrup).
Beautiful artworks at a restaurant in Jogja.
First view of Prambanan Temple, with my guide Luna.
Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta, Indonesia