Thursday, June 30, 2011

Independence Square (Dataran Merdeka) @ Kuala Lumpur

I am on my way from Central Market to the Independence Square in Kuala Lumpur. The yearly independence day parade will be held here. When you out from Central Market (behind), you should be able to see Loke Yew building first. Then you will see Wisma Straits Trading. Then you will be able to see a tall flag pole. There is a historical Sultan Abdul Samad buidling. It was build during the 1800s.


Loke Yew Building.

Wisma Straits Trading.

Highest flag pole in Malaysia.

Dataran Merdeka signage.

Sultan Abdul Samad Building. Previously this building houses our Superior & Federal Courts but now it houses the offices of the Ministry of Information, Communications & Culture of Malaysia.

Address:
Jalan Raja, 50050 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Breakfast @ Batu Caves

Another Batu Caves trip with stair climbing exercise and scenery view after system migration. I like the caves scenery over here as its amazing nature design.


Pigeon feeding.

Beautiful view of Lord Murugan statue.

Nice morning exercise climbing up the stairs.

Dhivya's Cafe. The shop is quite packed on that they and the service is slow.

Had a roti canai for breakfast. The quality of food on that day is below par as the shop is quite packed.

Address:
Jalan Batu Caves, MRR2, Selayang,
68100 Gombak,
Selangor

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Holiday Villa hotel, Subang Jaya

I stayed here during my company system migration. Due to the non availability or another hotel near by my company, we choose this hotel. In term of room size, the room is quite big. This hotel has an old interior and my only complain here was its shower. The water is so slow and without any force. At that night, I am quite rush to sleep and have to wait for slow dripping water for shower. Moreover, the TV sets don't work and the air-condition is quite old and noisy. I would rate this hotel as a moderate hotel.


Room interior.

Toilet.

Bed and the TV set.

Towards the exit.

Address:
No 9 Jalan SS12/1,
Subang Jaya 47500,
Malaysia.

Exotic food @ Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

This road side stall is always packed and full of customers who are looking for exotic food and cheap food. Besides exotic food, they also have variety herbal soup in coconut shell and normal food. If you can't take exotic food, you may also try their chicken herbal soup which is quite tasty and the amount of Chinese herbs that they put in each coconut shell or bowl is amazing. I always like their wild boar curry and their braised mutton which hard to get elsewhere.

Taste:9/10(Delicious. The wild boar curry meat is tender and taste good. The curry is just perfect and its good on both rice or with bread. Other exotic food such as lizard meat and their steamed herbal soup is also good).
Price:8/10(Cheap. Each bowl of their exotic food is priced at MYR6 which is very reasonable. Herbal soup at MYR5 which is very worth it considering the amount of chicken and herbs in each bowl).

Non-Halal.


Wild boar curry. Good and recommended.

Black chicken herbal soup.

Braised lizard. Not bad but many small bones.

A complete dinner.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.140366, 101.712394
Address: Road side stall opposite Shaw Parade, Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Wedding Dinner @ Dynasty Dragon Restaurant, The Summit, USJ

Located near the new food court of The Summit USJ shopping complex, Dynasty Dragon Restaurant is indeed served a very well wedding menu. I was invited for a wedding dinner here and what I can say is the food here is among the best that I tasted so far. Getting to this place is no problem with plenty of parking space except having to pass thru the busy Persiaran Kewajipan.

Taste:9/10(Delicious. The food are well prepared, flavorful and the fish is fresh).

Non-Halal.


Four season platter consist of prawn, oyster, jellyfish & pork. The first time I saw shell oyster in the menu.

The usual shark fin soup with crab meat.

Steamed fish with black fungus.

The herbal added to this meal push the flavour up.

Roasted suckling piglet.

Prawn with salted egg & butter sauce.

Braised goose feet with broccoli and mushroom.


Steamed glutinous rice. Really good as it contain lots of dried prawn & its spicy.

Dessert. Jelly & red bean fried cake.

Dessert. Dates soup. Combination of red dates & sweet dates.

Address:
Lot G (G-K),
Ground Floor,
The Summit Subang USJ,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Dessert @ Sweet Bean, SS2

I saw the cute signboard of this restaurant. One day it caught my attention when I passed by SS2 area. This restaurant not only serves sweet desserts but it also have other meal such as nasi lemak and noodles. Actually, it is more like a mini cafe.

Taste:7/10(Moderate. Their sweet dessert is good but their fried tung yuen is disappointed).
Price:5/10(Near expensive. A small bowl of sweet dessert cost MYR6.00 & normal dumpling set cost MYR5.50. Other dish like nasi lemak cost around MYR9-10).


Glutinous rice dumpling.

Water chestnut sweet soup.

Crispy deep fry tung yuen.

Steamed honey sugar.

The environment.

Address:
No.27, Ground Floor, Jalan SS2/67,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Sri Choon Keng Restaurant @ Pandamaran, Klang

Sri Choon Keng is one of the oldest operating restaurant left in Pandamaran. Had been operating for 32 years since 1978. It become famous as this restaurant is visited by Prime Minister of Malaysia during the Chinese New Year national level open house in Pandamaran back in year 2009. I am quite frequent to this restaurant and I like their curry seafood noodles & mee hun kueh. For those who don't know the way, it is just located behind the famous Mo Shan Kor bak kut teh (Pandamaran branch) stall.

Taste:8/10(Delicious. The main items to order includes curry seafood noodles, mee hun kueh & fried yam pork).
Price:6/10(Moderate. A pot of curry seafood noodles: MYR 15.00, mee hun kueh: MYR6.00 & stir-fry sweet potato leaves: MYR7.00).


Hot, fatty & delicious curry seafood noodles. Lots of prawn & scallops. The prawn & scallops are fresh.

The curry seafood noodles is still boiling in the pot.

Sliced noodles in anchovies broth. Good.

Yummy, sliced noodles aka mee hun kueh. It comes with some vegetables.

Ambra drink. Very sour drink which makes you change your face!

Seafood noodles, mee hun kueh (sliced noodles) in anchovies broth & stir fry sweet potato leaves.

GPS/Coordinate: 3.010324, 101.417133
Address: 111, Jln Jagong, Pandamaran New Village, 41000 Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia.
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