web analytics

bringing 2 U events & happenings in and around Ipoh … & beyond…

Posts tagged 'Pahang'


Just five minutes drive from our accommodation at Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Kuantan heading towards Kemaman from Kuantan, is Pak Su Seafood Restaurant. This halal restaurant is very popular among the locals due to its reasonably-priced seafood menu. Sitting in the open air area facing the South China Sea, this was the setting for our dinner one ... continue reading »

Batik products from the east coast states of Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang are some of their best exports. Even local tourists do not fail to shop for batik when they are visiting the area. Thus, it was no surprise that my trip to Kuantan included a stop at Natural Batik Village in Balok, Pahang. Natural Batik ... continue reading »

Lao Zi Temple, Kuantan, Pahang

Jul 30, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

The Lao Zi Temple (太上老君庙) in Kuantan is a must-visit destination as it has grown to be a huge tourism product in the area. The temple, which pays homage to the founder and Supreme Patriarch of Taoism, Lao Zi, has a 7m tall statue of him. This temple is also known as Dragon Temple for its ... continue reading »

With Balok Beach and South China Sea skirting one side of Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Kuantan, this property is a primary choice for travellers to the east coast state of Pahang, who are looking for some sun, sand and surf. Even though Swiss-Garden Beach Resort Kuantan has been in operation for a number of years, it remains ... continue reading »

Of all the different cuisines that are readily available in Malaysia, I probably love Peranakan the most, after Cantonese. Ipoh's Yum Yum and Assam House are my favourite food haunts simply for their amazing selection of Peranakan (Nyonya) dishes. Therefore, it was with delight when I found out that we would have a Nyonya lunch on ... continue reading »

During my stay at Colmar Tropicale, my friends and I took the shuttle to the Japanese Village further north. The journey took us about 15 to 20 minutes. I had expected the Japanese Village to be somewhat like the Japanese Garden in Clingendael Park in Den Haag. Unfortunately, it is not. There is no particular season to ... continue reading »

To escape from the heat of the lowlands, I found myself spending a night at Colmar Tropicale, the French-themed resort on Berjaya Hills - or Bukit Tinggi in Pahang. The resort is set amidst eighty acres of tropical rainforest, 2,700 feet above sea level. Fashioned after Alsace in the northeast of France, one is transported back to ... continue reading »

Support Emily2U – Thank YOU :)

Categories

Archive


Links


Achievements

 

 

 

 


Bloggers’ Communities


Butterfly Project Malaysia

AirAsia Bloggers' Community

Meta