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Friday, September 30, 2011

pre- birthday celebration at UFO

some photos of my pre-birthday celebration at  UFO SS2, thanks mummy and all. Thank beng for the lovely BANNER..lol

enjoy the photos. Click to Enlarge
Lovely cake by mummy..
 GBS what u doing?




 look at the banner at the back..



Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Pantai Irama outing

well, here part II of my weekend outing, Pantai Irama..and the long "awaited" photos of  you guys ( ting s.yin and r.yi)   here you go...

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Kuala Besar, Moonlight beach ( PCB ) photo shooting.

A productive weekend with McD breakfast ( with r.yi, ting wendy), driving unplanned and reached Kuala Besar and PCB ( with Tyan and Wendy) for photo shooting and lastly went to Pantai Irama, Bachok ( r.yi,ting s.yin and wendy) . It was a hot day and i din't apply any sunblock on my fast-tanned skin. So the consequences =  burned skin..Lol
The water in the river kind of muddy due to heavy pour in the upstream , It's look like TEH "beng" (milk tea) to me  :)
Kuala besar ( river view restaurant??) 





Wendy and Tyan


Monday, September 19, 2011

Happy birthday to Mummy

Happy birthday to Mummy :)
 I love you Mummy ( from candle light) 



 salmon teppanyaki




Sunday, September 11, 2011

Kathy farewell YamCha session.

Had a farewell yam cha session with Kathy before she go to UK for her Master. All the best to you Kathy.













Saturday, September 3, 2011

Kuala Sepetang fishing Village HDR

Here the HDR sunset of Kuala Sepetang 
HDR of Kuala Sepetang ( aka Port Weld) fishing village during sunset
 Kuala Sepetang Sunset
Kuala Sepetang Sunset 



Friday, September 2, 2011

The oldest railway station in Malaysia, Taiping Railway Station.

Visited Taiping Railway Station today and took some photos of it, it was the oldest railway in Malaysia. Taiping Railway Station was constructed on 1882 and opened on 1885. It was to facilitate the tin mining industry and transport them to Port Weld ( now Kuala Sepetang ) then export to Penang, before train is available tin was transported by elephant. The trips by elephant would take about 2-3 days in limited quantities, so by train they can carry more loads and travel time is shortened to just few hours. The station remain until today but a new station is under construction to replace the old station ( to facilitate electrified double track from Ipoh to Padang Besar). The rail line between Taiping and Port Weld is closed after tin mining industry is weakened. The track remain until 1980's before removed by the authorities. The Port Weld station sign board is still there, but not the station.we can saw there is Chinese, English, Tamil and Jawi word on it " PORT WELD"

 the platform

 train travel on new railway
 the to be remove chair.
 the control stick
Port Weld sign board 


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