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Right after floating market, and before hitting to Pattaya Night Life, Nancy is the one that actually came to Bangkok many times and she highly recommend us to visit this restaurant which is made of condom. . YES!! you heard it right..Condom, as actually its some of the mannequin that filled with full condom decoration like clothes and others. Bangkok Trip.

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In the first plan, we are suppose to head to Condom & Cabbage, Bangkok as we have very tight schedule so we slide it and decided for Condom & Cabbage Pattaya instead as the have totally different environment compare to the one in Bangkok.

Let me tell you why Nancy highly recommend this restaurant is because of a reason. This restaurant promotes health and safety use of condom in sex life by fun and amusing manner and not only that as ALL the proceeds from the restaurants are used to fund the social development programs of PDA. So, that is why so Nancy insist us to come.

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One thing which is very different compare to Bangkok that to head to the restaurant, you have to walk thru this mini garden trail for 2 minutes that is dimly lit up and its fun to have something different where by usually the restaurant you go, is right at your door step!

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You will go thru a few sections of the garden till you reach this huge and spacious Tropical Jungle area as actual fact, this restaurant is sharing a garden with this beautiful resort.

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So as you reach, you will be greeted by this 3 person wearing condom all over their body.

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Then as the waitress guide us to the main dining area, we are suprise on how big this area is, as this section is on the upper deck of the hill side where by you can choose to be on top of the hill that over look the sea or head down there next to the sea . . .

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Of course we choose head down there to be next to the sea . . and it seems pretty occupied. Its really a huge restaurant on a jungle style.

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As we hike down, there are a few more tiers like another 2-3 more sections besides the upper deck.

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All of us tired + hungry + sticky and grateful to be seated down at the moment at this beautiful area. One thing we find that, if you come here around sunset, I am very sure that its going to be a very beautiful place. If you do have a chance to stop by here, please do so during sun set and tell me how it feels. . 😀

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You will be very surprise on the variety of the menu they are offering and not only that, its the pricing the most important and we thought that we might got ripe off in such a pleasant dining ambiance but we are wrong!!!

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This fried prawn fritters are perfect, crispy on inside out and the prawns are very fresh. Dip it with the thai chili sauce to make it more perfect.

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Mix Veggie that are in plain fried yet it goes along very well with white rice. Simple and aromatic!

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Green Curry Prawn, as the prawn is fresh with solid in meat and a bit coconut milky that is not too spicy, mild and the taste is totally very different from the one available in Malaysia as theirs is a bit sweet too, Mix with rice make it flood, perfect!

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In Thailand of course you must not miss Tomyam but in this restaurant we tried out 2 different version of tomyam, one which is similiar like Malaysia Style Spicy tomyam (Tomyam Talay) @ @ 200 bhat. Its cook to perfection that its spicy, abit sour and sweet in taste because of the seafood that cook along.

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To compare of course this Tomyam Prawn @ 200 bhat, stoods out to be better as the clear version of tomyam which lean towards more on sour spicy that the after taste kicks in after you drink it which is a bit more challenging and very nice in taste!

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I always love Phad Thai Gung Sod @ 90 bhat, therefore come here also will not miss, fried with wok hei, noodles are quite sticky and squeeze along with lime and mix everything together, is how the way they eat it. Taste Fairly good but it leans towards a bit more on the sweet side.

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Basil Chicken is another great dish that cook till the flavor absorb to the meat, which is not too dry, with the sauce that they use that  pairs very well with the flavor. I don like Basil but this taste pretty good.

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Pandan chicken is nothing special just that the sauce is very good, sweet in the first taste spicy at the end!

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This is another challenging dish, looks simple but use the pork and dip along with that bowl of sauce, super spicy as you do not feel it at first as after a few more pieces of the meat with the sauce, your whole tongue gets numb, as the challenge is we just cant stop eating, as it taste sooooo good!

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Stir Fried Chicken with nut and dry chili, something also not to be miss.

One thing, as we are super full from so many dishes and the total bills comes to about 2236 bhat which surprise us alot! Its a cheap bill we would say. Food here is good, and well price, so do not miss if you do come to Pattaya!

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As we walking out, we love the sign that place around the garden’s . . Just suitable to be use locally .. 😀

Location:
Cabbages & Condoms Resort & Restaurant (Pattaya)
366/ Moo 12 Phra Tam Nak 4 Road,Nangprue
Banglamung,Chonburi 20150

Tel:(038) 250556-7

Website: www.pda.or.th/restaurant/

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After satisfying lunch, so we went to check in our hotel which is very late and long day hectic travel day we have and they all were cursing me why plan till so hectic as I said, its a short trip so have to fully utilise it. Kekekeke .. .

I have to thank Goft for helping me to arrange this superb accommodation as this Grand Hotel Pattaya which is smack right in the middle of Pattaya hottest night life street! Scroll further down to check out the street! Its a 3 minute walk out from the hotel to reach the busiest night life street.

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We check into our hotel as we book 2 rooms, my room which is the biggest more like a family suite that have a huge living room + 2 bedroom that comes with queen size bed each which is a Family Room.

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Huge room that comes with a toilet each so need not cramp for toilet on the next morning.

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All basic necessity is provided. After a quick refreshment and we quickly head out to our next destination which is :

Location:
103 Moo 10, Soi 14 Walking Street
South Pattaya, Pattaya City,
Chonburi, Thailand 20260

Tel: 66-38-429-696

Website: www.grandhotelpattaya.com

email: [email protected]

 

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Hard Rock Hotel that most of them wanted to get the merchandise and end up they did.

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All of them got a bag each and only me and Steven did not because don have our size and their size is pretty odd that M and L are quite huge in difference.

Location:
Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya
429 Moo 9, Pattaya Beach Road,
Cholburi 20150, Thailand

Tel: +66 38 428755-9

Website: pattaya.hardrockhotels.net

Rooms Reservations: [email protected]

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Next of course we head to the most happening street in town, which is Walking Street Pattaya. Walking street is the most famous street in (soi) Pattaya that host many good bar, clubs, strip club and many more. Some people rate this street as one of the most exciting street to look for fun that with 1000 meter long of fun street as besides bar there are also places like Gogo Bars and of course hostesses. You will surely find your fun here.

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I would rate this is one of the best place for night life in Thailand, as I have visited nightlife in Phuket, Hatyai and Bangkok and I rate this the best. You should probably spend about 3 days 2 nights here itself!

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A Go GO bar.. means what? you should drop by here to find out yourself~

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More types of bars

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Open concept type of pole dancer bar  . .

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Alcatraz A Go Go

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Well, according to my friend and Driver Moulin Rouge is one of the hottest one in the street whereby you should drop by to visit especially mens. . .

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As we walk along the streets and we finally decided to hit the bar that looks the coolest and decent of all . ..

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Walking Street bar that seriously have a big vintage car smack right at the side of the wall. . .

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See how strong these women can do? Well, a piece of advice from my friend that, if you hit to any bars in Pattaya especially girls, do not take drinks or beer from strangers as chances of the drink got spike is 90%. Well, if you want to have a fun memory adventure in Pattaya, you can try that . .:p

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By Looking in the web that our hotel have a very nice scenery during sun rise as  I miss out the sunrise I just went up to take a quick glimpse of it. . The view up here is just superb! A very relaxing feeling that overlook the whole place of Pattaya. After a quick check out we head back to Bangkok for our continuation of city adventure.

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Then we stop by at the highway rest stop and its freaking huge compare to those ones in Malaysia. They have many restaurant, also shops that sell local delights.

Next to check out in our list is Chatuchak Market, Bangkok!

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Izint that our Money is Getting Smaller? is RM3,000 enough for you in Klang Valley?

Just would like to rant something over this post regarding on the latest news by announcing Malaysia High Job Bar would set at RM3,000 is reasonable for ‘Klang Valley Residence’. (click here to read the article)

According to the article, high income means we are not able to save money for future, which are total means by surviving. When I read the news last night, I got shock when they set it at this figure. Definitely could not be deny by RM3,000 at east cost like Kelantan or Terrenganu is big and would consider Big income in those states which I totally agree. What bout RM3,000 in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor, Penang would be sufficient for you as a developing country?

To other races to buy a house with RM 3,000 is not in mind to afford to get a house in Klang Valley area. Let’s Break down and see.

RM500 Personal insurance, RM 500 for Car Installment + Insurance, RM700 for expenses (meals + household usage), and with balance of RM 1300 you calculate yourself, if you buy a house? If you have family?

What I understand as High Income means, we are able to save money for our future with good health with family, able to travel 2 years once, provide house and car yet to cope with any sudden medical expenses from our parents especially.

As for 2011, I do notice that:
1) Petrol price Ron 97 and 95 had increase
2) Cooking oil shortage
3) Daily usage like sugar and some other item increase in price.

Especially with 1% gov tax had started not many people had feel the pain cuz its just 1% but you do think about it, what ever we pay on our monthly bills, gov tax on fast food outlets, restaurants, entertainment anything with GST are increase by 1%. You calculate yourself how much you have to pay extra.

I totally agree that Malaysia with the concept of shopping paradise, with 1% GST in place, do you feel that clothes had gotten cheaper or still maintain? Car certainly does on hybrid and some other model type, branded goods like LV, Gucci or others. Just want to ask, how many of you do shop very often? How many of you do change your car many times?
Do bare in mind that, with high income of RM3,000 you definitely cannot enjoy those branded items because for surviving but you have to pay GST 1% extra every month or a few times when you dine outside and just when can you afford to buy branded that had gone down in prices?

Well, year 2010 I did travel a lot in a few countries and I Just want to take some example out of it especially on these 3 countries:

1) Taiwan: is famous for street food, snacks, shopping and sightseeing. One thing I notice on their country is what they earn as their salary for example RM2,000, they are able to buy a lot of things and shower goods for themselves like shopping there is cheap, alcohol there is cheap with international brands (as low as RM2.50 per can and big cans like Heinaken RM6), house is expensive but car is cheap and public transportation is superb.

2) Bandung: which I have just travel there 2 weeks ago and I asked my friends a lot of things, like living and expenses there, house is average in Bandung, a Honda Jazz with imported from Japan only cost RM70,000, alcohol (1 tower RM47) and ciggis are cheap with a pack cost RM3-RM4.50. Shopping and Spa (RM40 for 2 hours) is definitely cheap. Of course salary to work in offices there start around RM1,100 for a fresh grads but its still very reasonable yet affordable.

3) Australia (Melbourne), When I was studying there I do work part time, with AUD15 per hour as a storekeeper. AUD 15 per hour enable me to cover my lunch AUD 7 and dinner AUD 7 and the rest would be my savings or for some other expenses. Branded there is cheap too, I can JUST work my ass out for 1 week, save around AUD500 I can buy a Gucci or LV already. I purchase my 2nd hand car wira look alike with 11 years old cost around AUD 3,000. House in Melbourne is definitely not cheap average AUD400,000 for one house with quite a big garden (in Malaysia consider bungalow). Their National car is cheap compare to other big brands like Honda or Toyota.

As for Malaysia, everything increase in price, and you just go ask around 10 years ago, what is the salary for a fresh grad and today what is the salary for a fresh grad? Then how much is the food and house cost for 10 years back and today? I felt that, everything had increase in Malaysia, but our SALARY still maintain. Food is not cheap nowdays, alcohol, cigarettes, property, car is definitely not cheap.

What I am trying to say is that, other countries have some of their commodities cheap and some expensive but I feel that Malaysia, everything is expensive.

Lets Just hope the government would do something good for the people of Malaysia.

You do the calculations. .

One thing that I am definately proud off is the HSBC research that on 2050 Malaysia would be in world top 30 developing nation, I guess that is when perfect scenariohappens . . .

Remarks:

-=Ka Ching=-

-This is on my personal points and views, do not meant to create any fuss –

It has been long long time since I last went to Petaling Street for food and walk around the area. I think it was 3 years ago since I last visited the place.

Petaling Street or Chee Cheong Kai is know as Chinatown located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is infamous for pirated clothes and accessories along with bootleg DVDs and CDs. Petaling Street however does not exclusively offer pirated products. Haggling is a common sight here and the place is usually crowded with locals as well as tourists.

The area has dozens of restaurants and food stalls, serving local favourites such as Hokkien mee, ikan bakar (barbecued fish), asam laksa and curry noodles. Traders here are mainly Chinese but there are also Indian, Malay, and Bangladeshi traders. (source Wikipedia)

If you wish to stay around the area, there are many budget hotel available too.

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If you  love bargaining then this is one of the place you must visit with many things to see for.

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One of the food stalls that used to be very famous was this ‘Ikan Bakar’ that is located in front bank. The last time I dine here was about 6 years ago that it was so famous that we have to order first as usually need to wait for around 1 hour and we stroll around the place to see any nice thing to hunt. .

Now the order came less than 5 minutes and the place was not as pack as before.

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BBQ under this hot stove pit.

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I ordered the ‘Sting Ray, Lala, Squid and Prawns’ RM16 for small. The taste was not as good compare to last time, as it was very spicy (at least I need 4 glass of water to cool it off) and this round, the bottom was burn, and the whole spicy dish is filled a bit with that flavour and the sambal taste is not as nice as it used to be.

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When I always come to this area, one of the drink that I will not miss and it is always pack with people is this ‘Air Mata Kucing’ RM1.80 per cup. It is sweet, refreshing and filled with longan at the base of it. A recommended drink if you do go there.

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At the end of the night when they are ready to pack up. . .

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Another one of the street food that to eat is this stall, Seng Kee (click here)


View Petaling Street aka China Town in a larger map

It had been quite a long time since I last step into Pasar Malam (night market) which it had been quite a often outing with my friends during college time. Since then, had rarely been to it not until last week that got a called from my friend asking wanted to go night market which is located at OUG. This is my first time visiting night market in this area and I am quite excited to see what food range they have to offer and operating here on every Thursday starts at 6pm.

Night market in Malaysia do not have a fixed location that operate like Taiwan, if you are looking forward to go night market in Malaysia, it is advice for you to check it out which day and location. The location can spread out over Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.

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Usually my friends and me will take out some money, one person will hold it as the banker who is in charge of paying all the food and will share by all of us. On that day the place is not that packed as I expected and not that big compare to other night market.

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Besides food, of course they are stalls like selling clothes, some basic utilities, and others.

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When I saw this stall selling this Taiwan Mask a box for RM8 I nearly vomit blood with the pricing here, as I bought 3 box for RM50 at Taiwan and here is RM8 per box that makes me wonder is it fake?

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My hunting begins with this first stall ‘Papa Lai Fried Chicken’ that many people are waiting for it and thought it would be nice.

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Pricing as above. . . . .

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It sure do look like normal fried chicken and the taste is normal, nothing much to brag about, one of the reason being so long queuing is that they need to fried the chicken and a person buying one piece of it, whole group lining up.

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‘Otak-Otak Muar’ is next with promotion of buy 10 free 1 at RM 7.

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I ate it while its hot and I have just eaten better ones.

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Ice cream that sell in front of the Otak-Otak.

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Among so many food stall that I have came across, this stall is the busiest among all with 3 old lady constantly doing take away for big crowds and this guy is busy frying mini prawn crackers.

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This is one of his signature of the stall, mini prawn cracker.

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‘Prawn Crackers’

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all the fried dish.

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pricing as above.

 

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This stall with the word ‘Thai Roast Pork’ surely caught our attention.

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and its ‘Satay Style’ turns out to be not bad if you add on the chili by the side.

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It is purely pork and available with pig spare part.

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Next is this stall caught my attention the most. I pan cake had been one of my favourite but then I have never come across with CEREAL version.

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It is operate by a young lad and with his creativeness and health conscious, he created this version.

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First add on a pack of cereal. . .

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Then add on with the pre mix ingredient and let it harden a bit to add on the peanut and sugar.

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After it is cook nicely, with the skin is thick on the outside and had to cool down before cutting it.

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If you are sick or looking for some healthy option, then you can give this a try as the taste is quite bland but surely its healthy. RM1.30

 

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‘Fried Kuih Kak’

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Love to  have mine with more bean sprout and add on spicy but on that day according to my friend, the uncle fried it till quite  wet that turns out not so good which usually is quite dry, with wok hei.

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When I was a kid, I love to eat those uncle that ride motorcycle that sells home made ice cream and it has been quite a while I am looking for this ice-cream. Poo’s Ice Cream which is operate by one old uncle that do those home made ice-cream that I had missed.

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The flavour of that day was Cendul and it is good, smooth, not that sweet and thick in flavour. RM1

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When I first walk through this ‘Nasi Lemak’ the amount of ingredient that left there was still a lot and after 40 minutes walk back, it is nearly sold out. Then we decided to try a pack. The rice is fragrant with coconut milk and pandan flavor and the best part is add in their own dry sambal udang to add the extra kick in it.

I feel that this night market is quite small and not many food or stalls available, so far I still prefer the one at Cheras-Leisure Mall or SS2 but after this food outing, I have decided to hunt for other night market too, especially on Wednesday at Cheras which is one of the biggest.

Location:
OUG Night Market
Jalan Hujan Rahmat 3


View OUG Pasar Malam (Night Market) in a larger map

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There is another hidden jewel in Kuchai Lama that just got discover recent which introduce by that Karen which is her turf for food. This makcik which only operate in the afternoon that did draw quite a number of crowd to her small simple stall which locate in front of Cili Padi junction.

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This would be the malay apom balik version which you can always get at Pasar Ramahdan.

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Her normal recipe would be just with kacang and the way how she sprinkle the kacang on it, its just not the cheap skate type, cover the whole piece with kacang and end up with small chunk of butter.

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This would be my version which is a must to add on Corn onto my ‘Apom Balik’ and told her that I want a bit more crispy.

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As I always order it and eat in front while its hot, crispy on the whole piece with the butter melting and dripping from the other end till I have to open my leg kang kang a bit so that don drop on my clothes. Its simply delicious on how this simple apom can be.. Surely Its in my recommendation list as RM0.60 per piece for normal 1 and RM0.70-RM0.80 for add on corn.

-= Ka Ching =-

Food Rating 7.5/10, Good ah~-Stamped-

–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-

Location:
Apom Balik
In front of chili Padi Restaurant
(nearby Shell station)

It was my second day to be at H.K as excited on the first day, so we head to this Langham Place in the early morning. The time we have there is not much, so everything have to be in hurry. It was early when we reach there, so most of the shop have not open yet. Get to know that their retailing hours are around 10.30-11am. Then of course we head to have our breakfast. As we walk do not know where got nice food and ask one of the newspaper seller on the street that lead us back to Mong Kok. So had our breakfast at one of the ‘Cha Chan Teng’ located around there. After finish our breakfast, we hurried back to Langham Place as we only have 2 hours. The breakfast of course its veli good ah, as expected.
Why this shopping mall was because they had the longest indoor Escalator which is called ‘Xpresscalators’.

So the first thing first. A few of my friends telling me that not to miss the brand H & M which is very famous there and browse through the whole section. By just spending 30 mins here and I walked off and window shop for other things. With just limited time there is it was not free and easy day for us, but I can say that the brand H & M, it is the same range as TopShop but the clothes of the design there is much much much more nice than Topshop and the price is a bit cheaper. So save this shop for the 4th Day. Then walk fast fast to find the Escalator andd….

When I first saw the escalator, I was amazed how long it was yet I am abit phobia of like what if I take the escalator half way then it broke. It is like you take the 12inch long ruler that we always use in high school then break into 2. The feeling is something like that.

It is so express that connect from lvl 1-4 then 4-8 and 8-12. With just 3 rides, you already reach 12th floors instead of taking 12 times of escalator. The longest I have seen is only 2 floors but this is 4 floors escalator. We camwhore there a lot. While waiting for some people to shop and me and some of my friends were waiting there and just snap, snap, jump and jump, post and post.

The people around there is like watching free show as there are cafes like bucks, and other fast food outlets were watching at us, but who cares~! As long as we are satisfied with the pictures~

The second ride up bring us to this place, ‘The Spiral Stars Gallery’ which I do not know what is that, then only realize it when we saw this little peek hole.

Actually this whole 4 floors is equip with the 12 star scope. Find your star scope and peek into it. Not to see X factor but to read bout your star scope description.

After searching for the whole 4 floors found my star scope located at the 8th floor. Aquarius~
For those who like to shop at Bangsar outlets on the streets like Mooie and street shops, you would not want to miss the shop here from lvl 8-12 which there are a lot of nice and cheap girls clothing. What is in your mind you can get most of it. Every shop has its very own concept. Very nice design suits with the fashion that they are carrying.

I would personally recommend this mall, for the pricing and location and the food on the 12th floors which is the O-zone. For more details about shopping mall, please click here.

For the evening, our next destination is of course one of Hong Kong famous area which is The Peak. We take the MTR from our hotel to this Central’s MTR station exit on J2. Walk through the garden then you will see the Bank of China Building and The Cheong Kong Center. Just walk directly uphill then you will reach the The Peak tram station. It takes about 15 mins walk
You will see this building Bank of China which is one of the famous landmark here.
And of course to walk through this 2 building and head straight uphill…..
Till you see this place. When you saw this, means you are there, walk across the street opposite, as there will be the station of the Tram to The Peak. In Hong Kong, every where is all about tall buildings. Is the matter of tall or short.
Finally we reached there, after running from the bottom, as we were hurrying cuz behind schedule. Try to imagine, 32 ppl running on the streets like siau lang and keep shouting, cepat cepat!! Hurry hurry!! Kia liau..don take pic ..no time.. The whole street from the station till here were all our voice and when we reached, most of the ppl were looking at us cuz we cross the road Malaysian and Indonesian style, which do not care about the traffic, just cross-lah~ when no cars.
The only thing that got shocked when we reach there was, there were like bloody lots of ppl lining up and the point we were lining saying that around 3 hours wait as I asked the guy there. SHIT!!! If 3 hours to go up there going to miss the light show on the peak as my friend mention, then there were 2 ppl promoting express lane. So we squeeze with this sardine pack of ppl to find the que as one of the girl that lead us there. We were like paying around HKD 180 for the ride.

Just do not care how much we have to pay, just want to get up there ASAP. By queuing like that for 3 hours, I think I am just going to faint whereby you can sweat.

REMEMBER, do not go to a place whereby it is also a public holiday for them. This will be the result.

The price list that available.
While you were waiting, of course you will be greeted by the very famous actor, Jackie Chan. He will be there to talk to you. A very nice and humble guy. You can talk to him, but a lot of people will just look at you by the though of, you siau si boh.. Actual fact, this is his was figure located just right beside the counter.
While you were waiting in this compact area, whereby there are another 5 lines in between, and the express lane which is the very left corner and you get to see the history of the Tram.
After 30 minutes, we manage to cross to second section and it was around 6.20pm and the crowd is still so huge waiting to go up. The people around me are so everywhere in the world. The family standing in front of me from Pakistan, then 1 next to me is from Japan, on my left was Hong Kee, behind me is of course Indonesian and ourself Malaysian. Every where around the globe is around me.
Not long after that, then the tram is cominggggg…So excited that soon going to be us in there.
The rail ways that lead us to The Peak.
On the way up, we were busy taking pictures here and there. The best part is to come, we were getting more excited through the mid of the rail ways then we started singing Rasa Sayang, laughing all the way, then Negarakuuuuu..and Indo national songs. Lol… We were the noisiest ppl on earth on that time and a lot of ppl were staring at us like Aliens with the though where are this alien from??? Then suddenly got called by the tram driver and he show me and my friend a sign card which ask us..Shhhhhh~~~ please be quiet!! Me and my friend were laughing out loud in our heart and smile all the way and show the sign shhhhh..Kena complain liau..better keep quiet.., if make him upset we have to walk all the way up.
On the way near to the peak, you can just be amazed how beautiful the scenery is that overlook Hong Kong from the tram with your eyes open wide and nearly popping out and cant sit still by just keep starring left and right.. Every 1 is just busy taking pictures of the view. Of course the best part is we are goin to reacchhhh~
When you reach, you will have to walk through this wall of paintings…Took us about 10-15 mins of tram ride.
Of course the best part of all, we directly rush up to the ‘Sky Terrace’ to take a good look of the view and the time was just perfect. Around 7.10pm
As told by my friends, the villa here cost a bomb. If you ever get to buy a house up here, means you are super bloody rich. To get a house there is only very cheap cheap la.. HKD30 mil at least, as what mention by my friend. A house that overlook the whole city. Surely a place to be dreamt off.
As I stroll to the back part of the main overview, this is what I get to see, a place that look over the sea. Its breath taking and like two world. One side you see a whole place loaded with buildings, and the other end you see some buildings only and the sun set there is just beautiful~
I see a bird?I see a plan? Noo… I just, trying to see how beautiful the scenery of Hong Kong view from the Peak at different time from left, to center and to the right.
The results:
This is taken when I first reach the Peak. It is around 7.10pm
Taken 7.20pm.
Taken around 7.35 pm of the left view
Taken around 7.35 pm of the right view~
Taken around 7.35 pm of the center view
and of course the best of all is the spectacular night view at 8pm.

Remarks: we use alot of efford to take care of this spot as the ppl around there is just alot. Every corner of this had been stand by ppl. We took turns to take care of this spot for around 45 minutes. Ppl just keep trying to push theirr way in.
Of course after our very own high, by wahhhhh’ing here and there even though some other tourist keep opening their eyes wide to see what are we pointing and figuring what is it all about, even there are ppl just pop their head in between me and my friend then ask me, what is there so great about, then I just give back plain answer, Nothing. Just for fun!
And of course we are heading to the famous ‘Madame Tussauds’ which can be know as house of wax. It is exactly like the movie with all the figures is so real, Skin tone and their look and height.

Trying to act like Jay Chou and ended up my friend ask me ‘Sau Peiiiii la!!!!!’
One of the famous couple on Hollywood that I hang out with that day.
Their second section is of course very interesting…..

I am the modern Hitler wanna be~
I thought Shakespeare how to write his poetry, giving him inspiration by going back to the past~
Ssspoiling the images by adding in some new modern Hollywood 3-D effect~
Told Tiger Woods, play la properly, I know I can win but please la.. wanna act also professional abit ma~
By spending around 4 hours there, every 1 is just exhausted and very very very hungry as we were told that our dinner is going to be very hoh liau~
So again, while sitting and rest of course this thought comes again. CAMWHORE!!!
The famous trademark that we intend to do whenever we are. By trying to act cute learn from the cutes of course the sign if 1, 2 and 5..
Our post no.2 shot with every 1 trying to be cute and chweet~
and 3rd shot is the 5………..
Last shot is own made by just pointing at anyone and laugh out loud~~~ and all the ppl around there suddenly stop talking like got a shock and stare at us for a moment.
The restaurant there is just so nice to sit down and chill to have a cup of warm coffee with the perfect cold weather up there by just wearing a t-shirt and scarf by overlooking the view of Hong Kong.
The worst part of all is, even to get back down, and have to queue so bloody long. So we were queuing sitting cuz totally lazy to stand already. Were sitting down, gossip about how ppl look and there is 1 lady actually looks like just came out from the Madame Tussauds showroom. Her skin is dark choclate tone, face is so fake looks like wax and don stand a chance to take her pic.

Remarks:
The best part of all, in my entire life, I have never enter the most scariest ghost house which is inside in Madame Tussauds right beside Andy Lau’s place. All 8 of us that played, came out some leg trembling, some face look very pale, my heart beat is very fast, some want to vomit. If you do get a chance to visit this…please do not miss the Ghost House. It is exciting!!!!! The entrance look like a jail area.

Cant wait for the dinner~

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