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Langkawi Trip - continued -

DAY TWO... hehee macam journal plak...

I woke up early at the morning around 7am and bring Adam and Richolas acompany me go to petrol station to fill in the tank. Later we go to Legend park leaving the girls behind that still sleeping.. Wahaha....
But poorly the Legend Park was under construction so cannot enter lor....


LANGKAWI LEGEND PARK

Langkawi's Legend Garden was built based on an idea of the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. The Garden shows the mythical and legendary heritage which remains the core of Langkawi's allure. The Garden, which covers an area of 50 acres, is built on reclaimed land and cost approximately RM37 million to build. It is beautifully landscaped with 4 lakes, a lagoon and a beach.

nice building

Malaysia’s Great Walls

Legend Park


me and my mentor Miss Kath


Watch out the Siamese Cat Dolls...!!



Later we’re going to Oriental village to try the Langkawi Cable Car, but sadly when we arrived there The Cable car are closed due to bad weather. So we’ll try it tomorrow...

Oriental Village





The Zone Duty Free






like the scenery



Langkawi GeoPark Info Centre



inside it lots of stone that aged about million years..!!



can see the Mount Mat Cincang behind



can see the cable go to the top of the mountain
erm posong lagik.. adeeii...

Wahaha... the cowboy is coming...




erm the eagle is quite heavy..





Some picture taken from Telaga Harbour on our way back...




corridor design touched by the Mediterranean style


Telaga Cafe



Shisha (btl ker ejaan tu..??)








Petronas Quay




Police Station @ Telaga Harbour Park



I saw the KFC sign huhu...



Makan time..!!

adduusshhh posing lagik...

“Adam, u want the KFC or Chocolate...?”

Wa..

After having lunch at Telaga Harbour, we all heading Underwater World...


UNDERWATER WORLD

Along Pantai Cenang is the Underwater World Langkawi. One of the largest aquariums in Asia, it has a 15m-long walk-through tunnel from which you can view more than 5,000 kinds of marine life in over 100 tanks. The building is also a duty-free shopping complex.





White fish.. what the name ah...??



Enter carefully....


Harbour Seals @ Temperate Section




African Penguins @ Temperate Section



Rockhopper Penguins @ Sub-Antarctic Section





Tunnel Tanks @ Marine Life and Temperate Sections







Me, the snake and Fiza






Erm very large and no doubt is was the “Largest Aquaria in Malaysia” by the Malaysia Book Of Records... erm i wonder if the aquaria that will be open soon at 1 Borneo will be like this...?? i mean in term of style and size.... hope so...

Next destination is Field of Burnt Rices or in malay words known as Beras Terbakar...


BERAS TERBAKAR

Beras Terbakar, or the 'field of burnt rice', is the place where villagers torched the paddy fields to prevent Siamese invaders from getting their rice grains several centuries ago. Villagers maintain that to this day heavy rain sometimes brings traces of burnt rice grains to the surface.




The owner house in the burnt rice field...




The place quite small-lah i thought it would be on “sawah padi” haha... dont know-lah..



I’m quite dissapointed-lah because this place was one of famous place.The name “Beras Terbakar” also attractive but the place quite erm...

So... where next...?? balik lor very tired driving the whole day make me crazy... haha... tomorrow we’ll go to Langkawi Cable Car and other more....

-cheers-

2 comments:

RiEnAnEyKoMa said...

poyo la gmbar kamu arrr..hahaha..x pa, sia kepunan p langkawi..wahhh..t la aku kwen aku p hneymoon sna...

tambirang la pegang ular klu c fiza..wakakaka..
tp frenzzz...jekz glaoh x ikuttt...buekkkk!!!..hahahahaha...

Virgonz said...

hahah jan marah.. hiks

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