Monday, January 30, 2012

Eagle Ranch Resort


Eagle Ranch Resort is located at the 14th Mile of Jalan Pantai in Port Dickson. The place is quite secluded which is perfect for a short retreat.

It has a small check in counter and one will sure miss it if wasn't paying attention when driving into the resort. The staffs here are generally friendly but occasionally  give away inaccurate information.

 
The whole resort adopts a cowboy town as its theme which is more imminent when it comes to their accommodation.

 
 
There are a few accommodation options here, the kampung house, log cabins, paddock chalets, bandwagon, tepees

 
All the accommodation entrance are secured with padlocks. This is definitely a new experience for me.

 
 
 
This is the interior of the tepee, a red Indian hut like room. The room is fit enough to accommodate 2 person only. It's fairy comfortable although you might able to hear the conversation of the adjacent occupant.

 
I kind of like the horseshoes which also function as cloth hanger. In some culture, the horseshoe is known as a luck talisman.

 
 
 
There ain't much to do here except for horse riding, go-kart and team building activity.  It is also an ideal place to hold meetings due to its serene surrounding and location.

 
There is a small stretch of beach behind the resort which is ideal for an evening stroll.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Teluk Kemang


Teluk Kemang is regarded as the most popular beach in Port Dickson, some 10 minutes drive from Port Dickson Town

There is a dedicated zone for souvenir shops and hawker stalls. This is definitely an ideal place to get a souvenir home while in Port Dickson

 
 
Teluk Kemang Beach is 1.6km long, which starts from Kemang Indah up to Baitu Hilal. Teluk Kemang get its name from a "Tree" which was found by the 5 family members originated from Selangor which were Niat (Penghulu), Bahir and his sons Limat, Neemat and Abd. Samad.

 
In early 1880, Teluk Kemang area was full of deep forest and swamps. The five family members exploited the area whereby they found a lot of trees which is known as "Pokok Kemang" ( a tree with which has fruits that are small and green in colour).

 
Seeing that the area was still without a name, they decided to named it as Teluk Kemang because of its location and surrounding area which have many bays and consists of many Kemang trees.

 
 
 
The beach is now a popular destination during school holidays with various water sport activities available. 

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

My Chinese New Year 2012


In the beginning of the year, I had been waiting for the Chinese New Year to arrive as this is the best time for me to spent some quality time with my family and friends.

 
As usual, firecracker is a must on this very special day and I am "armed" appropriately for the countdown.

 
 
 
 
 
When the clock hit midnight, it was like a war zone here in Sibu. The firework was just amazing and I would never miss it for the world.

The aftermath of the night before in way of the main entrance to my house. Hopefully, we will blessed with good luck, wealth and health in the year of the dragon.

I was literally served with hard liquor for the past 2 days. Age is catching up on me and I don't take a lot of those liquor like I used to do in my 20's.

Managed to catch up with Bengbeng on some blogging topics and just to catch up on some issues regarding my hometown. Thanks for the hospitality!

 
It's a great day to catch up with friends as I don't get to see them very often nowadays. This is without a doubt the best moment for me in 2012.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

2012 Suria KLCC CNY Decoration

Dragon has been used primarily as the main decoration in KL's malls and this is no different in KLCC Suria.

There is a huge dragon basking in golden colour occupying the stage at its main concourse.

 
The auspicious golden dragon is set to bring good fortune for the mall and shoppers alike.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

2012 Midvalley and The Gardens CNY Decoration


This year Midvalley Megamall is literally been decorated with red giant lanterns.

 
With brightly lighted paper cut lanterns, shoppers will be immersed and showered with good fortune and prosperity this coming lunar new year of Dragon.

 
At selected schedule, there will be some show at Centre Court stage such as lion dance and etc.

Same concept is adopted by the adjacent The Gardens Mall although the lantern design there is more creative and digress from the traditional design.

 
 
As usual, the decoration at The Gardens Mall is always moderate but classy.

 
There will be occasionally some performance here such as Chinese dance, instrumental play, acrobatic and lion dance

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