For those who went to Malacca, you can see a lot of stall that located on the road side. Most of the stall is owner by malay people. For those who love belacan, Malacca belacan is the famous one among other place. I stopped at some of the stall that sell a lot of stuff. Lets the picture do talking.
TRIP – MALACCA SHORT TRIP for SHOPPING
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This Mother’s Day, Frances Yip is back with a brand new scintillating show that will keep audiences spellbound!
Public sale of the tickets to the one night only “Screen Gems Frances Yip Concert 2011”, priced at RM328*, RM268*, RM208*, RM148* & RM98* (*exclusive of RM3 processing fee) will be available via all TicketPro and Genting ticketing outlets from 17th March 2011 onwards. To book, call TicketPro ticketing hotline at 03 7880 7999 or log onto www.ticketpro.com.my; Genting ticketing hotline at 03 2718 1118 or log onto www.rwgenting.com.
Genting WorldCard members will get to enjoy the priority booking from 7th to 16th March 2011 and a 10% discount for the purchase of tickets (limited to first 1,000 tickets).
Having performed on television, in films, concerts and cabarets in over 30 countries across five continents, Frances Yip, is without a doubt, one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan star. She is equally at ease singing Chinese opera at a nightclub in Singapore, or a popular English ballad at London’s prestigious Savoy Hotel. The critics were unanimous in their praise for Frances Yip: “Vibrant and exciting, “Sheer professionalism”, “Indeed – simply the best” and “A majestic voice talent”. In a recording career spanning close to four-decades, Frances Yip has released more than 80 albums, mainly of songs in English, Indonesian, Malay, Cantonese, Mandarin and even Mexican, Spanish, Japanese and Tagalog.
Drawing on her love for movie and television theme songs, the legendary songbird, Frances Yip and renowned Hong Kong music director, Anthony Lun, has put together a concert that pays tribute to the stars and music from the big and small screen.
Best known for performing many of the theme songs for television series produced by the Hong Kong TVB station in the 1980s and early 1990s, the all time favourite diva will perform her much loved hits such as “Shang Hai Tan” (上海滩) from the drama, Shanghai Beach, “Hong Yan” (红颜), “Nu Hei Xia Mu Lan Hua” (女黑侠木兰花), “Zuo Ye Meng Hun Zhong” (昨夜梦魂中) and many more.
A fan of the acclaimed actress, Grace Chang (葛蘭), Frances Yip will be paying a special musical tribute to her favourite screen idol. She will also sing a selection of the very popular and familiar theme songs from the English blockbusters such as Titanic and the James Bond series, the Mandarin classics from the Shaw Brothers movie studio, as well as the Cantonese hits from the Hui Brothers’ movies.
Another highlight of the concert would be the “Cha Cha” dance performance by Frances Yip, who has not flaunted her dancing skills on stage for the past 20 years.
A visual feast of flamboyant outfits, a wonderful band led by Anthony Lun and excellent showmanship from Frances Yip, this concert that features the screen gems, which have lighted our lives in the past 30 years, is a show not to be missed!
“Screen Gems Frances Yip Concert 2011” is proudly brought to you by UnUsUaL Productions and venue sponsored by Resorts World Genting.
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When people talk about Ipoh, I straight think about their Salted chicken and White Coffee. My friend told me to visit their Cave Temple which is famous among the visitor or tourist. The idea to go ipoh came when our plan to go genting was cancel. So, we decide to go ipoh to “kill” our semester break.
Since sake of $$, we decide to go by cheap transportation. So, we take konsortium bus. It is cheap which is cost us at RM17.40 for 1 way KL (pudu raya) – Perak (medan gopeng ipoh). The bus just name only is VIP which is I was survey from internet that they provide double decker and actually it is single decker. The bus which is KL-Perak was small, super slow and uncomfortable which is comparing to Perak-KL it is better. We just read newspaper, listening IPod & sleep for 3 hours ++ journey.
We were planning to stay at Chooi Yee house for 4 days 3 Nights.
This is my second time went to ipoh which is the first one I don’t have time to hunting food, so I decide this trip is for me to hunting the ipoh speciality ^^.
When I almost reach Gopeng, I saw a lot of nice cave. It is my appetizer from Ipoh.
What I like and don’t like about Ipoh is, if u go to any restaurant (mostly chinese) there have people who help you find parking. Normally we give them RM2-5 as donation because they find parking for us. But, night life at ipoh during weekdays quite boring.
This our plan for the trip:
12.30pm – KTM Nilai – KTM Kuala Lumpur
2.00pm – McD Pudu Raya
3.45pm – Journey (Pudu Raya – Ipoh)
6.30pm – Reach Medan Gopeng Ipoh waiting for Chooi Yee fetch us
7.30pm – Went to Chooi Yee Mother kindergarten
8.30pm – Went to Chooi Yee House
10.00pm – Dinner (Ong Kee Tauge Ayam)
10.00am – Breakfast (Dim Sum)
11.30pm – Cave Temple (Sam Poh Tong)
11.50pm – Cave Temple (Nan Tian Tong)
12.30pm – Cave Temple (Ling Sen Tong)
2.30pm – Lunch (Tai Shi Tou)
3.30pm – Taufu Fa (close) click HERE for previous Tau Fu Fa review
9.00pm – Dinner (Kim Bali)
10.00am – Breakfast (Sun Yuan Foong)
1.30pm – Lunch (Salted Chicken & Pau Langkap)
4.30pm – Journey (Ipoh – KL)
7.20pm – Petaling Street (Chest Nut & Air Mata Kucing)
8.30pm – Lowyat Plaza
10.00pm – KTM KL – Nilai
11.30pm – Wong Kok Restaurant