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December 29, 2010

Haji Wahid's Mee Rebus, Plaza Angsana, Johor Bahru

Spending 2 days 1 night to explore Johor Bahru (JB) is definitely not enough for me, I will definitely go to JB again, someday! Anyway, as for our last day of visiting JB, my cousin, Lailah has brought us to a hawker centre in Plaza Angsana to give a try on Haji Wahid's Mee Rebus.

Alright, let me bring you to Haji Wahid's stall. First, go to Plaza Angsana. LOL!

Photo 1: Plaza Angsana, Johor Bahru.

Basically, there are 2 hawker centres at the ground floor, once you've reached Plaza Angsana, look for the right stall though, refer to Photo 2 below.

Photo 2: Haji Wahid's stall.

After you manage to find Haji Wahid's stall, then queue up, wait for your turn and take your order. While queuing up, I would advise you to get your friends or partner or family members to look for seat, because the hawker centre will always be full, especially during peak hours. Now, let's see the mee rebus.

Photo 3: Haji Wahid's Mee Rebus.

Looks lovely isn't it? Anyway, according to my taste bud, the taste of mee rebus is simply normal. Just that, the sauce is more concentrated compared to others. No harm trying.

Ah well, that's the end of our journey to JB, just a visiting trip to say hi to our relatives who based in JB. Right after our lunch at Plaza Angsana, all of us who came down from Melaka went back home.

*P.S: Do check out the relevant posts regarding our JB trip though!

December 28, 2010

Seafood Dinner @ Restaurant Todak, Teluk Jawa, Johor Bahru

On the same day we had our lunch at Restaurant Sedap Corner with my family members in Johor Bahru (JB), (@ THIS POST), we were then brought to Restaurant Todak at Teluk Jawa for a seafood dinner. According to my aunt from who lives in JB, it is one of the best spots for seafood in JB.

Because of the crowds, it's recommended to make reservation, and so, we got our table and we order the foods. Uh, I love the environment at there, it's simply very romantic.

Now, let's see what we've got here =D

This is not an ordinary prawn though, the prawns are from Indonesia, just look at the size, refer to image below.

Sluuurrp & burrp!!! What can I say, the taste of dishes above are very wonderful! Especially the kuah lemak from the prawn, my favourite! Like any other seafood restaurants, they serve varieties of seafood dishes, you may just ask them for recommendations. Anyway, the above dishes merely costs RM370 with two fishes (I only show one).

Hey look at there! It's Singapore! Let's swim over!

Ah well, our visiting trip to JB doesn't stops here, do check out the relevant posts yo!

December 24, 2010

Restaurant Sedap Corner @ Johor Bahru

Sadly to say, my family trip (with my uncles, aunts, cousins, sisters and my mum) to Johor Bahru (JB) for a family visiting was definitely unsatisfied me, because it was only 2 days and 1 night, moreover, it was my first time stepping my feet in JB.

In the earlier post - Colour of the Roads in Johor Bahru, I've mentioned that I felt in love with JB, again, because of 2 days 1 and night, I did not have the time to discover the entire JB! Anyhow, thanks to my cousin in JB, Lailah, for entertaining us and brought all of us for a lovely lunch as soon as we've arrived JB! We had our lunch @ HQ of Restaurant Sedap Corner, which is quite well-known in JB, and some say Singapore!

Now, I shall let the photos below do the talking.

Uh uh, all of the dishes are simply delicious, seriously!!! A part from that, they also serve various types of kuih-muih.

Alright, enough with the foods, now let's talk some of the details about Restaurant Sedap Corner.

Generally, there are many branches of Restaurant Sedap Corner. The HQ of Restaurant Sedap Corner is located @ Jalan Abdul Samad, it looks like this:

Lastly, if you like to find out more regarding Restaurant Sedap Corner, feel free to visit their official website @ HERE!

*P.S: Check out the other relevant posts regarding my family trip to JB yo~

Colour of the Roads in Johor Bahru

On 21st December 2010, it was my first time visiting Johor Bahru (JB) in my entire life. Also, it was my first time driving to JB from Melaka, with my uncles, aunties, cousins, sisters and my mum - for a family visiting.

The moment we've reached JB, the first thing I've noticed is that the infrastructures and roads in JB are pretty neat! Because of the infrastructures and roads, I dare to admit that I'm in love with JB! LOL! Ah well, in this post, I'm gonna show you something about the roads in JB. Observe carefully, you don't have to analyse.

Photo 1.

Photo 2.

Notice anything "spectacular" in Photo 1 and Photo 2? No? See below, Photo 3.

Photo 3.

Still nothing? See Photo 4 at below then.

Photo 4.

Any "spectacular" subject has caught your eyes? Ah well, straight to my point (in case you didn't notice), there are many colours on the roads in JB! No matter where and which road I use, the roads in JB are interestingly colourful! Anyway, Photo 5 below allows you to see the texture and colour of the roads in JB!

Photo 5.

Uh uh, black + grey + red are great combination of colours though! Especially black + red! Explain to me why are the roads colourful, anyone? hehehe

December 20, 2010

Moonlight hor fun @ Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hong Lai, Jalan Genting Klang, Kuala Lumpur

Straight to my point, the best, yes I mean the best, moonlight hor fun aka 夜光河粉 in Kuala Lumpur can be found @ Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hong Lai along Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak.

Photo 1: Moonlight hor fun.

How to eat? Just stir the raw egg (which looks like moon) with the noodle together and slot them into your mouth! Uh, needless to say, it's tooooo tasty... Or else I will not claim it as the best moonlight hor fun, right?

Besides moonlight hor fun, the other recommended dishes are hokkien mee, kway teow & mee hoon sup, and .

Basically, what makes it so special is that, all of the noodles at Hong Lai is cooked with charcoal, instead of gas. You name the amount you want, like for 3 people or so, and you'll get the noodles within... Erm, here's the thing, if you go there early, you'll be served in no time. So be there as soon as they open (before 7pm), and you'll get your foods within 15 minutes, perhaps.

If you're going at 8pm, I suggest you to fill your stomach by 10%, because you gotta wait at least 30 minutes (if you're lucky), or else gonna be longer than 45 minutes.

Why have to wait for so long? Charcoal mah...

Photo 2: Kedai Kopi & Makanan Hong Lai.

Anyway, here's a simple map for you. Basically, it's located along Jalan Genting Klang, the exact location is opposite of Courts (the furniture retailer).

Further details:
  • Location: Along Jalan Genting Klang, opposite of Courts.
  • Operating hour: 7pm - 2am.
  • Service: Very slow, because of charcoal.
  • Cleanness: A.
  • Facilities: 2 rooms, air-conditioned and open air.
  • Safety: Avoid parking in front of the stove or your car will be super oily.
Try or cry!

December 17, 2010

Fried Carrot Cake @ Tengkera Foodcourt & Jonker Walk, Melaka

Talking about fried carrot cake or chai tao kway, one of my favourite spots to hunt for it is not Kuala Lumpur, not Negeri Sembilan, not Johor, but Melaka. So, if you're in Melaka or will be visiting Melaka, and also a fried carrot cake lover like me, this post is a bonus for you!

Generally, there are few places to hunt for tasty fried carrot cake in Melaka, but I'm here to introduce you one of the best which located at Tengkera.

Photo 1: The stall.

Interestingly, the owner has been frying for ages and I dare to say, I'm one of his royal customers! Now now, let's see his masterpiece!

Photo 2: Fried carrot cake.

Ta-da~ What I like is that, he fries the carrot cake with enough sweet soybean paste, not too much and not too less! Not only that, the carrot cake is well evenly fried, unlike some places where certain portion is sweet while certain portion is tasteless.

Well, nothing much else from me, the rest is up to you to try! Look for this foodcourt in Tengkera!

Photo 3: Tengkera foodcourt.

Here’s a map for you, in case you might need it.

Anyway, you can find him from Friday until Sunday at Jonker Walk too! See the red line above, that's Jonker Walk.

Further details:
  • Location: Beside to Shell petrol station.
  • Operating hour: Breakfast & lunch hour on weekdays @ Tengkera Foodcourt and dinner hour on weekends @ Jonker Walk.
  • Service: Quick.
  • Cleanness: A.
  • Facilities: Lotsa of foods.
  • Safety: Nothing to aware off.
Try or cry!

Results of my Second Year Second Semester

Uh uh uh… Straight to my point, I'm darn-damn-super-duper-very-extremely-tremendously relief that I've succeeded my Year 2 Semester 2 like a piece of muffin! Expecting to see my result in this post? Well, sorry first, I'm like hell like gonna show it to the whole wide world!

Cut the crap, I'm just kidding anyway. Here you go… Don't expect much, will ya?

Click on the image for a larger view.

Frankly speaking, the only paper I was worrying is Thermodynamics. To play safe, I even brought back my Thermo stuffs to Kuala Lumpur, LOL!!! Because, as far as I remember, I only manage to complete 1 out of 4 questions. The other 3 questions were partially done wrongly. Also, my internal mark for Thermo was pretty low, like half of the total internal mark? I'm expecting to get a supplementary, damn it, wasted my effort for carrying my Thermo stuffs back!

Jeez, I've passed everything and yet, I'm still complaining. I should appreciate what I get, shouldn't I? :P

Uh uh uh… Now that I've completed my Second Year degree, Third Year is my next "obstacle"! Zip zap! I will kill them all with a lime green lightsaber!!!

December 15, 2010

Christmas Wonderland @ Mahkota Parade, Melaka

From 19th November 2010 until 2nd January 2011, there will be a 'Christmas Wonderland' @ Mahkota Parade, Melaka!

Apparently, it's not about the fancy decorations and Christmas tree. It's mainly about the events at there! Just click on the posters below for a clearer view.

So don't miss this if you're in Melaka! Merry Christmas! Ho ho ho~

December 13, 2010

Vehicles @ KLIMS 2010

Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show (KLIMS) 2010 was held from 3rd of December until 12th of December 2010 at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC). I was lucky enough that I was able to attend on the second day I got back from Miri, which was on the 11th of December.

By getting there by car with Alvin Chiew and Nicholas Gow, we were surprised by the crowds that were queuing at the counters for tickets. Guess what, it was just 9:30am!

Ah well, we still manage to get out tickets though, and it was pretty fast. LOL!

As per title, this post is relatively about the vehicles displayed in KLIMS 2010. And so, I'll let partially of the photos taken by me to do the talking... Sit back, get your pop-corn and enjoy ;)

Lastly, the masterpiece. The main reason I wanna go to KLIMS 2010 is because of


BUMBLEBEE!!! 1st ever appeared in Malaysia! Anyway, if you would like to see the entire album, click HERE.

To see the show girls and models, kindly click HERE!

*P.s: Both are different albums and the photos are non-edited except for watermark.