Genting - Colmar Tropicale - Malacca - KL

Posted by -pei chia- | Labels: | Posted On Thursday, October 1, 2009 at 9:15 PM

Last Thursday (24 September 2009), my family and I went to Genting. Before that, Im so looking forward to it because I didn’t step into Genting for around 7 years already. Hoho. Depart in the early morning around 6.30am, stopped at Bidor took our breakfast and bought famous chicken biscuits. Yum yum. The curry mee over there not nice one. Penang’s better. ^^

Continue our journey after breakfast. We reached the crowded Genting at 11am. Starting worry how long do I need to wait for playing one game? Lol. Due to the hotel check-in time is 2pm, we went to play outdoors game first. Mum don’t want to play and she alone wait us at indoor.
Time for me to play. Yeah yeah. Everywhere is crowded with so many people. Need to wait wait wait. Haiz. Continue to play after lunch but no longer later, here comes the heavy rain. Hate it! I played 3 games only in outdoor. Damn sui la~ At first I planned to play this and that, but at the end all my plan is gone. T_T
No choice already. We just can play those indoor games and the dinner provided by First World Hotel is not nice at all. The dishes are so little.

The next day, we headed to Bukit Tinggi , Pahang. The buildings in Colmar tropicale which is located in Bukit Tinggi is something like 16th Century France village. The entrance fees for adult is Rm10 while children is Rm8. I like the air over there, it is fresh. I bought one hazelnuts croissant for Rm5 and one chocolate brownies for Rm10. Although the price is a bit expensive, but they are very delicious. Hope I got chance to eat again. Really must try it!

After visited Colmar Tropicale, we continue our trip to Malacca. I also have been long time didn’t visit to Malacca already. Nowadays, Malacca had changed a lot. There have Menara Taming Sari, River Cruise and also Eye on Malaysia. But I don’t have chance to go for Eye on Malaysia. We ate some famous food in Malacca such as chicken rice ball and satay celup. Satay celup is quite special and the taste not bad too.

Saturday, we went to visit Taman mini Malaysia & Asean in Ayeh Keroh, Malacca. Fewer visitors at there but have many mosquitoes. Hahahaha. After that, we went to KL fetch my sister back who had just finished her exam. No time to shop in KL because dad and mum have wedding dinner to attend at night.

End of my blog. Wow so long. Enjoy my trip with my family~ My memories about my life surely will gone without the blog. Hehehe.