Short holidays

We saw my BIL and SIL last Saturday and today they are back to Australia. They were here for just 10 days. Before they came here, they were in Phuket for a short holiday.

Each time my BIL comes back, he wants to visit Sam Poh Tong where his late parents' ash pots are placed. So yesterday we went together for Cheng Beng for the very first time. My husband got up early to buy some vegetarian food and kueh for the prayer. 

When we reached Sam Poh Tong at 7.30am, only a few visitors were there. It was not congested and we were done by 8.30am.

We went back to First garden for our breakfast. We finished breakfast at 9.30am and we hurriedly went back as both of them would be traveling to KL before they caught their flight back to Australia.

Hope to see both of them again..probably next year.


Comments

  1. The time arranging is pretty good, manage to vist some place before the flight!!!

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    1. oh yes, at least we still managed to find some time to take them out.

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  2. Yesterday i also went Cheng Beng in the morning, not that crowded...

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  3. Next time you can go visit them there.. Austrailia is quite near compared to US or UK. :)

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  4. Good to hear that your BIL finally fulfilled his wish to visit his late parents' urns and all of you get to perform the cheng beng ceremony. They accomplished a lot during their short holidays here.

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  5. A fruitful and meaningful trip for them

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  6. Good one.. Fully utilized but only thing was a bit too rush.. But at least managed to visit the place..

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  7. It is great to bring them to those places in a short time is very worthwhile.

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  8. Anyway Cheng Beng also just around the corner.. Next week and another week must be alot of people ady.

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  9. A short trip but meaningful to them.

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  10. Good morning!
    Cheng beng came early this year?

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    1. I am sure you all will meet up again soon~

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  11. haha, i guess it was about a two-week holiday for your BIL and SIL?? not really a short holiday to me.. but i am sure they certainly would love to stay longer, and you wished you had more time to bring them around the places.. :)

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  12. Your BIL is a very good and filial son! He always remember to visit and pay respect to his late parents. Not many people will do that these days.

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  13. With such a good and warm hospitality extended from your family, I am sure that makes him look forward to visit home again!

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  14. it's sure something to look forward to. Wonderful visit from family

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