025 : Green Tambunan

Tuesday, 31st January

Last Chinese New Year holidays, I spent a day with my friends, former classmates to be exact, in TVRC, Tambunan. I TVRC stands for Tambunan Village Resort Centre. :)

TVRC offers visitors the experience of staying in traditional-type chalets made of split bamboo while enjoying the spring-like climate and peaceful nights of Tambunan.
This place is suitable for nature lovers.

For more information, do visit: http://tvrc.tripod.com/

I enjoyed fish-feeding activity. The fishes are huge! They looked healthy. When you pour the fish food little by little into the pond, they'll come up to the water surface with their sexy lips. Haha! Looked cute, though. People can have the chance to rent boats to 'discover' the big pond with lots of huge fishes. We went for a walk around the landscape there and took several pictures.

Actually, there is a lot more exciting places and activities offered in Tambunan but we just didn't have the opportunity to take them all.

024 : Green Kundasang

Tuesday, 31st January
For a student who studies far from her dwelling, like me, holidays are days we 'craving' for. It would be the happiest moment for us.
I just went back from Sabah after Chinese New Year holidays. Still feeling homesick, I push myself strong. I keep my self busy by joining the choir team for Wolverine. :) The next holiday for me would be in June, approximately, after my AS examination. Yep. This semester would be tougher than the first.

Forgetting this fact for a while, I wish to refresh sweet, beautiful memories I shared with my wonderful family. :) Last week, we went to Kundasang to enjoy the views of greenery, Mount Kinabalu, misty blue sky, which have made the bonds between us - mom, dad, sisters - getting tighter. I even laughed in tears, wishing the moment will stop, right there, when we laughed together, really loud, extremely happy, in daddy's car, after non-stop funny spontaneous 'events' and stories being told. :') I cried because I knew time will not stop there. Alhamdulillah.. Thank you ALLAH SWT. Thank you so much! :)

So, we went to Kinabalu Park, breathing in fresh air and took several pictures. We didn't go further inside to discover the place because we weren't thinking to. Maybe later? :)

Then, we went to Mesilau. Daddy just drove until we've found one, quite abandon Golf Club. The grass is not short enough for golfers. We stopped at the shoulder of the road and went down to feel the grass. That was daddy's idea because he is a golfer. The view of greenery was just too nice! Subhanallah.. :)

We also went to Desa Dairy Farm. Here, there were numbers of people, visiting the black-and-white cows. The scenery there was too beautiful with the green meadow, blue hills at the back sometimes covered with mist and clear happy sky. Came with the combo was the streaming of soft sunlight, which made our day close to perfect! :) By the way, the cows are big and healthy!

We even went to Poring Hot Springs, Ranau the next morning. The natural warm water felt so good when it covered almost all my body when I was inside the pool.

My days with my family were just too great. I hope GOD will give us another opportunity to gather happily. InshaaAllah.. :) Do love your family. They will be the people closest to you in this world and hereafter.

023 : Colourful New Year

Tuesday, 31st January

Hello 2012!

 So, it's 2012 already. Everybody is getting old. Another year older, another year wiser! :)
So, I went to my aunt's in Klang. They cooked a lot. Wow! I ate lots of delicious food! Alhamdulillah.. It's not celebrating. It was just a night where almost all family members can gather and had dinner together. :)

On 1st December 2012, my aunt's family and I went to Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. We visited the Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hill Resort. It is a French-themed resort. We were not staying there, just paying a visit and snapping pictures!

I got to see beautiful white and piquant black swans, just in front of my very eyes. I could even touch them if I had the courage but I hadn't.

 Then, we went to see rabbits, cute ones! :3

 Actually, Berjaya Hills offer so much more. They have other attractions which we didn't have the chance to discover on that day, such as the Japanese Village. Will do during the second visit, perhaps? :3

Love Malaysia! <3