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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Tanjung Sepat Day Trip

Bukit Jalil Park
My family from Sabah was here during the start of this school holidays.  We went for a day trip to Tanjung Sepat in two cars on a Sunday morning.  Our first stop was for a "round the world tour" before heading for breakfast. Hehehe... 
We had our breakfast at Wing Hiong BKT in Sri Petaling.  I bought the discount vouchers online and the food came in sets.  The bowls of intestines were ordered separately.  Business was slow and we occupied two tables and that was it throughout our stay there. 
FGS Dong Zen Temple, Jenjarom
I have heard so much about this temple in Jenjarom.  We didn't make it there on our way back from Gold Coast Morib Resort during the last school holidays as we missed a turning.  The place was serene and peaceful.
We then stopover at Hai Yew Heng to buy some buns but decided otherwise after seeing flies, I mean swarm of flies hovering around the dough and unsteamed buns! Yucks!
Lover's Bridge, Tanjung Sepat
When we reached our destination, I quickly led my dad to the other end of the bridge famously known as Lover's Bridge while the hubs went to secure a table for lunch at Ocean Seafood Restaurant located just beside the bridge.  To our disappointment, there was no scene of fishermen sorting out fishes on board the fishing boat to which I so eagerly showed my dad in the hope to bring back some nostalgic memories.  My dad was a hard working fisherman and had spent most of his life in the ocean to give his family of  six a decent living. Thanks papa!
It was so hot now that the sun was on top of our head.  I quickly snapped a photo of dad with a docked boat as the background and walked back to the restaurant.  While at the restaurant waiting for food to be served, I asked the rest of them why they did not join us and my sister showed me this photo..
Ahahaha..  I had been to the other end of the bridge twice and never realized such a sign existed. :P
The food that we ordered.
We had our lunch at Ocean seafood Restaurant.  The restaurant is always packed and the food was yummy but it took quite long to arrive. The bill came to RM200+ which was paid by my big brother. 
Photos of the kids while waiting for food to be served.  They were famished and hence the impatient looks on their face. Hahaha..
Tanjung Sepat is known for their dragon fruit and passion fruit farms.  Big brother and the hubs got us some of those chilled juices in bottles and they were so refreshing to drink on a hot sunny day!
We made a quick tour to a dragon fruit farm before sending big brother and sister in-law to the airport to catch a flight back to Sabah.  We had a tiring but fun family day out and I wish we could do that more often.


Blogger Hayley said...

Heard about Tanjung Sepat but never been there, looks like a nice place!

December 30, 2012 at 6:59 PM  
Blogger reana claire said...

I have never been there though I have come across many times in the blogs.. must go one day! :)

December 30, 2012 at 11:45 PM  
Blogger Mommy to Chumsy said...

Looks like a fun filled day. actually do the fishermen still dock at that bridge? i didn't catch them there the last time we went. i guess you can see the fishermen at sekinchan :) Happy New Year to you and your family.

December 31, 2012 at 9:35 AM  
Blogger Yan said...

Yummy yummy food. When you wrote about your dad's occupation and I looked at the picture. Very heartwarming.

Happy New Year 2013 to you and your family.

December 31, 2012 at 3:28 PM  
Blogger Agnes said...

great to have family members come over for visit..Wishing you and family a very happy New Year 2013!

January 1, 2013 at 11:06 AM  

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