Went for dinner at a place called D Muara, situated at mile 8 Lekir, Manjung. The place is a bit hidden and rom the road you will not see the restaurant. For your landmark the road leading to the restaurant is just between the mosque and the brodge on the right if you come from Manjung.
Another landmark you have to be aware is the Pusat Giat Mara on the left before reaching the mosque.
I was surprise upon reaching the reataurant because there are many cars that shows many customers.
This cocktail drink is called “Hot Summer”. It is beng promoted at the Teluk Batik Beach Resort. Normal price of RM 6.00 being offered at just RM 1.00. Worth drinking. Where can you get such high end drink at RM1.00. Even sugar cane juice at the roadside costs RM 1.00 (without the decorations).
Stop at a road leading to Telok Batik for some durians. A fruit costs RM 4.00 but the flesh is not that thick. Durian kampung ma. Too bad I am behind the camera. Thats a cameraman’s fate.
There is a clock tower erected near the beach of Telok Batik. Its nice to have clocks visible because all people depends on time and a clock is a necessity. However I found out that the clock does not fulfill its function as the time keeper. The close-up pictures of the four face of the clock makes one wonder which is the right time. See the two pictures below to see what I mean. If the clock is erected just as a display then it is useless.
Left my house at 6.30 pm and arrive Lumut at about 12.00 midnight. As usual my journey is part highway and part trunk road. Entered the Bukit Lanjan Toll and exit Tanjung Malim and toll is only RM 9.50. Stop for dinner at Batu Gajah. Had a plate of Nasi Goreng Ikan Rebus and ice lemon tea. The fried rice is a new recipe for me. I use to take salted fish fried rice but this time with it os something different. It is served with sambal and petai. Taste is ok. Maybe because I am hungry.
Persiaran Telok Batik,
32200 Lumut, Perak
There is also hotspots wifi access.
The minus thing is that handphone coverage is very poor. There’s no coverage from the room and you have to find pockets where there is signal. The picture on the left tells the story.
I visited Kangar, Perlis from 25 June – 30 June 2006 for an assignment. Stayed at Putra Palace, the only primier hotel in Perlis. During my visit there is also the Karnival Sukan Badan Berkanun Malaysia housed at UiTM in Arau, Perlis about 15 km away from the capital, Kangar. As usual on all visits I will look for clock towers to add into my collection. One unique features on buildings in Kangar is there is a clock tower on them either on the building or monuments in the compound. The picture below shows the clock on the front of Putra Palace. I was told that the idea of having clock on all government buildings in Perlis is the idea of the Raja of Perlis.
The picture below is the clock tower at the state government compound in Kangar. According to the date it might have been built in 1358. That means the tower was there when the second world war broke out.
This is the new Kuching Airport after being renovated. My flight made a stopover and its my first time here after the renovation. When I came to Kuching in December 2006 it was still under renovation. Upon entering this waiting lounge, I remember the environment is just like the Macau International Airport.