Monday, January 4, 2010

Dinner @ Bukit Saban Tropical Resort

There is not much option when it comes to dining while in Bukit Saban Tropical Resort. We were pretty much cut off from civilization here. The only place to eat is at the resort's canteen.

We had fried rice, stir fried cabbage and fried noddle that night. It still a decent meal considering they did not expect any visitors on that day. The food and drinks for the night cost about RM19.

Usually the catering department will prepare a buffet for the BTN course participants.

The canteen is beautifully decorated with the native's handicrafts and artwork

9 comments:

chrisau said...

The plae looks natural with all those natives' handicrafts decor! It should be a relaxing place to dine.

reanaclaire said...

yes,the crafts are interesting..so how was the food.. looks very simple .. did u go for the jungle trekking? how was it?

Ji said...

We are here in America is 8;57pm on sunday night, you are half a day ahead...
I want your breakfast, can you send me a share?

Thank you for sharing the yummy food,
what a great treat.

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or
http://www.jingleyanqiu.wordpress.com

thank you in advance.

the donG said...

that's why i love living in a tropical country. tropical structures are so warm in the eyes. by the looks alone i can feel so relax.

Superman said...

The handicraft are really nice. I like the turning torso.
The nasi pattaya is not bad. Saw that on Bengbeng's post also. Guess you guys must had a good time.

foongpc said...

The decors look nice, but the food not so nice : )

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Deco pics are nice..good camera...??

Borneo Falcon said...

I not using a DSLR camera. Just normal compact digital camera

Bengbeng said...

i was starving the whole night. i wanted to drink some water to push away the hunger pangs but i was afraid i might need the water later :)

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