CNY Day 3

Breakfast is very important so I needed to prepare breakfast this morning. Spent some time preparing it before I woke up all of them.

 
 fried bihun noodles with bean sprouts, fish cakes and omelette.


After breakfast, we went out shopping for a pair of sports shoes for my boy as he needed them for his badminton time at the Ipoh stadium. After sending my boy to his friend's meeting place, we went to Kek Look Tong near Gunung Rapat.

the entrance

many tourists were there

I like this structure of the dragon.

the interior view

My husband prayed to the three Buddhas.

This smiling Buddha is golden in color.

another three statues of Buddhas
 
Look at the stalactites..

and this unique stalagmites

The Goddess of mercy at the other side.

Threw a coin but just managed to hit the bowl.


Lovely view from inside the cave.
And it's cool and windy too..


Oh, tomorrow is a new beginning.
Back to work!



Comments

  1. Love that view of the lake and garden! So calm and peaceful : )

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    1. I simply love the view but couldn't get to it..

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  2. Beautiful view! Sounds like you had a nice CNY!

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  3. nice picture sharing, i still haven go to temple similar place to visits yet~

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  4. well breakfast was said to be the most
    important meal of the day so never
    skip it haha and
    have the biggest meal during this
    to have enough energy for the rest of the day

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    1. yes, must take it and not be hungry..

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  5. the whole place seems pretty cool
    i mean cave temples were just
    awesome to visit
    thou im catholic i think it was kinda holy
    to be in such places

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  6. the dragon was indeed cool
    and those budhas were huge i wonder but I'm quite
    confuse about it, There's a lot of budhas
    but are they differs?

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  7. never been on a cave so i never have seen
    stalactites or stalagmites but i think
    it was awesome

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  8. the view were stunning
    i seems so refreshing indeed
    i guess the whole place was well nurtured

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  9. have a great and god blessed day wenn
    take the best of care and happy blogging too
    good luck on your work

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  10. wow.. I love the place... especially the temple within the cave...

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  11. Kek Look Tong sure 'Look' like a great place to visit, is it on the way to KL and how far away from Ipoh town? Have not heard of Gunung Rapat before. tQ

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  12. i so love the breakfast you have cooked!! look so yummy.. love that pork noodles and also this beehoon with lots of "liu"..

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    1. ipoh famous for this "liu" right?? i remember my friend brought me to this stall under the tree selling laksa and all kinds of "liu", i love them so much~~

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    2. oooh, Kek Lok Temple.. i have not been to any caves in Ipoh before actually, infact i've only been to Ipoh once few years back to attend a friend's wedding..

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    3. very nice temple and the lake looks so serene.. it's in gunung rapat?? haha, all i know about gunung rapat is actually the "heong peng", my favorite!! :D

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    4. awww, finally we see the boss and taukesoh taking photo together!! that is indeed very sweet!! i like that.. and you were wearing red and green as in the chinese saying "red guy green lady", such a perfect match~~ :)

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    5. manage to hit the bowl means you are making it loud, symbolizes big money coming to your way.. HUAT ARRR!! sure today your business at the shop will be super good~~ :)

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    6. haha..indeed business today is rather good..

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  13. Very loving photo of you and your husband together! Good that both of you take time during this CNY to jalan jalan and pak tor pak tor. :)

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    1. yea, we haven't been anywhere for such a long time..

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  14. Kek Look Tong looks as nice as the other temples. I must make it a point to visit it one day.

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  15. Yes, new year.. new beginning .. wishing you prosperity and joy in your business!

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  16. Happy CNY to you...
    hmmm can buy shoes during CNY? no pantang?

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    1. we don't have this kind of superstitious..

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    2. SP have not heard of cannot buy shoes during CNY? My first time haha

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    3. I only know we should not sweep the floor or washes the clothes on the first day of CNY..

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  17. Happy CNY Wenn!

    Wah, open shop so early? :)

    Hope this CNY is a a joyous occassion to you and family. :)

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    1. oh, our customers were so worried that we will close our shop for more days..

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  18. The breakfast looked indeed yummy to me. You are such a wonderful woman, who can cook, can do almost everything. So capable.

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    1. So nice that you could some free time to walk around and go praying in the temple with your husband. You guys deserved a break after so many busy days before CNY.

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    2. Nice shot that you have with your husband. YOu both are so loving and sweet.

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    3. indeed we need a break once in a long time..

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  19. Very nice view there~

    You're good in cooking ya wenn =)

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    1. you really yau sum gei cook daily

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    2. have seen from outside but never really gone in. Nice to "see" it up close from your photos :)

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    3. I love to cook if I have the time..
      The temple is a lovely one..

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