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Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

a thunderous welcome from representatives of Sg. Pasu Homestay in Lancang

It was a two-hour drive, but well worth it as we were greeted by thunderous beats of the kompang. Here, we were introduced to traditional games, like sepak takraw, blow-piping, and chicken catching. What do you know, these were challenges that we had to complete in order to accumulate some points for the “tourism hunt”. Gah!!! I hate chickens! I am sure the feeling is mutual!!

Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

getting hands-on

Besides playing, we also had the chance to walk around the grounds – Sg. Pasu Homestay is actually one of the most popular homestays in the country. Some of us also planted a tree – it was a CSR programme.

Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

three blogger friends (L-R) Rayyan Harris, Anne (PenMerah.com) & Rebecca Saw

We were entertained by music and dance. Participants from Japan, Hiro and Yuji, went up the stage to dance alongside the ladies. We were all very impressed with their showmanship. These guys are talented, I tell you!

Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

Yuji (from Japan) dancing with the ladies

Before we knew it, we had to make a move already, where we had to go to the Kuala Gandah National Elephant Conservation Centre.

Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

serene Sungai Pasu

Day 2 Malaysia Tourism Hunt

lush greenery

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