Monday, May 25, 2009

Pisang Waterfall

On Sunday 24th of May, me and few of the friends going to Pisang Waterfall at old Gombak Road. It just nearby the Jungle Lodge where you can park your car then trek in to the Pisang Fall. It take about 1 hour to reach the main waterfall and you had to pass by 2 huge big tunnel under Karak Highway.

It was a fun journey, not too hard but quite relax. Below are some of the photos taken during yesterday.

Trekking to Pisang Waterfall by passing a small dam

Edit for fun on the sky

Some flower along the way

2 big tunnel we going to pass by and above is Karak Highway

How deep the tunnel

From inside

Maybe a time tunnel?

Unique Flower

4 Monkeys on the Tree

Little Mushroom

The Forest

Sun ray shining down

Almost reach Pisang Waterfall

Little ray light

Small part of the waterfall

Pisang Waterfall

Pisang Gang

Tami jump happily

Chuah finally able to find a friend to jump together as he always jump alone

On the way back...Good Bye Pisang Fall

After the Pisang Fall we stop by at the nearest McDonald as it can consider our lunch and dinner. We arrive back home at around 5-6pm.

Here are some of the link for more info about Pisang Waterfall

Thursday, May 21, 2009

@ YS House for Steamboat

Last Sunday we had been invited by YS to have steamboat in his house. I just do a bit of fast snap shots around his beautiful decorate house. Really like the open air window concept and the way he decorate his house. Love his friendly dog running here and there.

We also go to Puteri Mart at Puchong to purchase some fresh vegetable and steamboat ingredient. Also YS effort by preparing some delicious steamboat soup by him earlier for us. Really thanks again him for spending us eating such a nice meal.

Below are some of the photos taken that day, just a fast preview what I can in his house.

Limited Edition Cigarette Fridge Box


Coral plant

Living Room

Kitchen and dining table

Washing vegetable


Too friendly dog

Our Hearty Meal

We are really full after the meal, we even try to drink some milk coffee alcohol after a nice meal. We end our dinner at around 10pm and everyone back home for some rest as we need to prepare to work by tomorrow. ;)

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Conquering Everest

Had been reading this for the past few days. Is very interesting and inspiring to read their experience on how they conquer mount everest, the highest mountain in the world and how many people have risk their life for it..

But there is still a question in my mind on why people do that just to reach the peak?

Is this beauty about your passion or just want to prove to yourself you can do it?

If for me personally, I just wanted to see the beauty of the other side of the world and I still a have target to go Everest Base Camp on year 2012. Hopefully I will have a chance to do it and able can make it.

Below are some of the video and picture on the expedition of National Geographic Adventure I had read...mostly is taken from the National Geographic site.

Every mother nature have its own beauty, that is priceless. Don't you think the same?

Monday, May 18, 2009

Sepang Gold Coast @ Bagan Lalang

Me & my colleague with the total of 6 of us going for a day trip from Tanjung Sepat to Bukit Jugra, Banting then to Sepang Gold Coast @ Bagan Lalang. But this post will mainly focus on the Bagan Lalang photos that I took during last saturday.

It was a surprise as how much has change in Bagan Lalang and the beach is cleaner if compare to Morib or Port Dickson, maybe because of the development on Sepang Gold Coast as they clean up that area. It was a beautiful place for you to see sunset or to have recreation trip with your family & friends there.

Below is the picture taken during that day:

Sepang Gold Coast, Palm Tree Chalet

Sand dig by small little crab

Wide sky

Looking at sunset


CG & Wife

Raymond & Wife

Bubble bubble



For more info and direction to Sepang Gold Coast, you can click on this link

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Kanchanaburi, Thailand

During our visit to Thailand, this is our second tour to go out from busy city life in Bangkok to Kanchanaburi. We book our tour with same agent in Khao San that we go for Ayuthaya as the price is the same as well. It cost us 690 Baht per person which include lunch and transport.

Kanchanaburi is a town (thesaban mueang) in the west of Thailand and the capital of Kanchanaburi province.

For most visitors the main sight of interest is the Bridge over the River Kwai, the start of the infamous World War II Death Railway to Burma (Myanmar),as well as its associated museums. There is an increasingly thriving backpacker scene taking advantage of the chilled-out riverside vibe for those that need to get away from Bangkok. More foreign visitors are discovering why Thais know it as one of the most beautiful provinces in the country with its easily accessible waterfalls and national parks.

Our 1st visit is to Kanchanaburi War Cemetery that is the main POW cemetery associated with victims of the Burma Railway. It is located in the town of Kanchanaburi, Thailand, and is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. 6,982 POWs are buried there, mostly British and Dutch.

Below are some of the photos taken in the War Cemetery:

Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

Tourist viewing

Our second place would be the famous The Kanchanaburi War Cemetery Bridge over the River Kwai. It was a part of the infamous Death Railway to Burma, constructed by POWs working for the Japanese in hellish conditions during World War 2.

Just nearby the bridge it was also located the Art Gallery and War Museum about what happening in the past during the War time in Kanchanaburi.

Bridge over River Kwai

The railway road

After River Kwai Bridge, we had our lunch at the nearby river in about 20 minutes drive away from there. This is our 3th activities there where we can sit on the bamboo rafting.

Ready to go Bamboo Rafting

Bamboo Rafting

Crossing the river

Crossing a lot of holes bridge

After our bamboo rafting, we continue our tour to Elelphants and Friends Conservation Camp where you can ride on the elephant.

Elephant ride

Yishu & Sim

Once we done our elephant ride, we continue to visit Erawan waterfall but is a bit disappointed on the waterfall as it was not as beautiful as we though maybe we didn't have enough time to reach the main stream as shown by the photos it was very beautiful.

Just nearby the waterfall, we were given a chance to sit in the train to reach the the infamous Death Railway. It was 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway and was build during World War II.

Inside the railway

A part of River Kwai

Trying the speed effect

Death Railway

Come out to take some photos on the Death Railway

Ray Lights

On 8pm, we reach back to Bangkok in Khao San road. We were so tired as this journey is longer compare to Ayuthaya although it just take 1 day. Overall is an interesting trip as we seen something different from Bangkok.

Some of the info are taken from as reference purpose.