Assalamualaikum and hi everyone. Today is a little bit raining but hope the sun come out and dry my wet cloths.
Malaysia was famous with food. Nasi Lemak, Apam Balik, Nasi Briyani and else. Kelantan, part of Malaysia also famous with variety of food. More cheaper than others. After Pahang, we go to Kelantan to visit the elders. Plus we need to find traditional food at there.
At the morning his aunt, Chik Long bring us to Kopitiam Kita. The special inside this stall is full with variety of Kelantanese rice such as Nasi Dagang, Nasi Kerabu, Nasi Berlauk, Nasi Kakwok, Nasi Impit and others. But what make this stall become famous in Malaysia is because their Roti Tibtab. Roti Tibtab is a bread that heated on charcoal with half boiled egg at the center of bread and put Kaya (coconut and egg mixtured) on every corner of bread. I will try make this bread at home.
After that we go to Kampung Air, Tumpat by boat. Just pay RM2 and here we go. Before we take the boat, we have found French tourist. Our aunt be like a tourist guide to them since she was excellent in English.
While on the boat I could see a beautiful scenery and try to take photo as much as I can from my camera.
At Kampung Air, we can find serunding (fish, chicken or beef that mix with spice and dried) and dodol (coconut candy) industry. Not that all, we also go to demonstration of Wayang Kulit (shadow play) but unlucky that the presenter was not there. So my hubby try to play as Tok Dalang (storyteller) even look so funny.
After bought serunding and dodol we take boat once again and back home for rest. We need extra energy for tomorrow for shopping.
Can’t wait for another trip 😀
Assalamualaikum and hello. You still with me read my blog and feel what I’m writing. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. this kiss mmuuaaahhh mmmuuaaahhh mmmuuaaahhh for you.
Last week, me and hubby go to his parent’s house at Pahang. So at that time I asked him to bring me to Sungai Lembing at Pahang to see with my own eyes the place that I really want to go. That place was a great history part in Malaysia.
Sungai Lembing is a tin mining town 42 km northwest of Kuantan in Pahang,Malaysia. Lembing is Malay for spear, and “sungai” means river.
Until the 1970s, Sungai Lembing was a major producer of underground tin. Sungai Lembing town developed in the 1880s when the British set up the tin mining industry, although the history of mining in this area extends much further back. From 1891, the Pahang Consolidated Company Limited, (PCCL), which was under British control, had a 77-year lease to mine the area. PCCL managed the mine from 1906 until its liquidation in 1986 when world tin prices collapsed. (From Wikipedia)
For now Sungai Lembing open for all visitor.
At first U will see museum of Sungai Lembing then take a small road to tin mines. But for me I will go to tin mines first before the museum. I really excited to go in there.
In front of tin mines
After buy a ticket, u will start your journey by train about 5 minutes and walking in there by your own. In side the mines you can feel hot, cool, dark, and a little bit scary. Every step must be careful. You can see a big hole that workers dig and we can’t to enter it. And also it have a short movie about that mines.
Train to enter tin mines
Inside the mines
At the museum of Sungai Lembing
Our journey continue with museum Sungai Lembing. In my head just have why why why. And the museum answer it.
Our cute faces
Feeling wonderful and excited during this journey. Can’t wait to print this photo.