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Posted: 03 Feb 2014 02:23 PM PST

Good morning! Currently typing this post with 2 small cups of tea beside me, and enjoying the cold breeze of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. Getting to rest in a hotel room with a balcony is certainly one of the best thing ever. This is especially true when you get to combine a good book with teas later.

Rewind back to yesterday afternoon, we just finished visiting our grandmother for Chinese New Year celebration. It was always great to be able to see all my relatives and cousins around in grandmother house. The new year mood which is only avaiable once a year.

Back to topic. At around 12 pm, we arrived at Bukit Tinggi. At the entrance, we were required to pay an entrance fee up to RM48, and according to them, they will return the fees when we were leaving Bukit Tinggi. It took us quite some unnecessary turnings before reaching our hotel.

It was a toursim area with a lot of people. A few years back, the last time my family came there were only 3 or 4 families resting in this area. Yesterday was a population density where you could easily see in Night Market, especially at the main road of the whole area. The weather wasn't really cold in the afternoon, and instead you will still feel it is hot under the sun. Only a few moments when the wind blows and you get to enjoy the cold breeze that lasted for a shortwhile. Certainly never as cold as Genting and Cameron Highlands. My dad told me it may also be caused by the temporary lack of rain in South area of Malaysia.

The whole Bukit Tinggi Tourist Residential Area can be summed up as follows: Entrance through the main gate, then a few expensive restaurants & souvenir shops by both side, with hotel rooms at the top of each restaurants. It is just a one long street. And at the end of it, we may have a look at the beautiful scenery by taking the stairs up to an elevated area.

The street here gave us a feeling of the medieval culture in the western country. With 3 to 4 restaurants selling western food, while only 1 restaurant selling Malaysia food you may easily find in the hawker's stall.

As expected, the food here are expensive. To give you an idea, a RM 6 face-to-face pan mee will cost around RM 15 here. Similar to Sunway Lagoon. And as I have mentioned, it is only this one long street monopoly by the manager of Bukit Tinggi. Therefore, definitely no cheap restaurants nearby if you were to look for one.

To visit the attractions of Bukit Tinggi, we were required to take the bus a long way up. We were also given a choice to drive up ourselves, but we were also warned that there will be no parking space. We decided to wait for the bus. It was a long queue, around half an hour before we got to step foot into the mini-bus.

My family only visited two areas: Japan Village and Botanical Garden. A walk at the suspension bridge costs Rm30 per person, while flying fox costs Rm78 per person. Once you booked a hotel, the Japan Village and Botanical Garden are a free entrance.

The Japan Village was really nice, with different scenery of rocks, plants and a few Japanese-cultured house. Other than visual entertainment and getting to try out the Kimono for RM30 per person, there was nothing else much in this attraction. And another area would be eating Japanese Quisine at twice the price of Sakae Sushi.

The botanical garden was just a small area branched out from the route of Japanese Village. It was just a small area with plants planted in pots. Those we saw in Cameron Highlands were certainly a better one.

That's all for this blog post. Now, still early in the morning, I shall finished up the book which I borrowed for almost half a year already. Ciao.

Restoran Hock Kee (Ulu Yam Loh Mee) @ Kota Damansara <b>...</b>

Posted: 09 Feb 2014 02:22 PM PST



This restaurant is famed for handmade noodles in starchy black soy sauce together with vegetables, meat and pork lard or better known as Loh Mee and another specialty dish here is the Fried Fish Cake comes with a sweet and spicy dip sauce. Aside from the famous Ulu Yam Loh Mee, they also features the typical Chinese course and dishes to be served with steamed rice.
Ulu Yam is a main town in Selangor and is also a transit point to the Genting Highlands Resort after Batang Kali, Malaysia. It is famous for its loh mee, and is especially popular among residents of nearby Kuala Lumpur. Loh Mee was founded by Hock Choon Kee, which was the 1st generation resident during the Emergency period in Malaya back then, he was exiled to Ulu Yam by the British administration due to his involvement in Communist activities and running a prostitution ring that stretched from Kuala Kubu Baru to Kuala Selangor.
Restaurant Hock Kee (Ulu Yam Loh Mee)
53, Tingkat Bawah, Jalan Batu Nilam 4,
Bandar Bukit Tinggi,
42000 Pelabuahan Klang, Selangor.
H/P: 012-6369017

Restaurant Hock Kee (Ulu Yam Loh Mee)
No.7, Jalan PJU 5/21, The Strand Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +603 6151 1498/+6016 3177 773

Restoran Hock Kee (Ulu Yam Loh Mee)
No 27 Jalan Kenari 22,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
47100 Puchong.

Claypot Sweet Potato Leaf, RM10
Vegetable with savoury wok taste and clay pot keep it warm for a longer time.
Thai Style Fried Beancurd, RM9.50
Cube size beancurd, freshly deep fried, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, tasted appetising with sweet and sour Thai chilli sauce
A good bowl of springy noodles, the broth was dark and thick and it came with vegetable, pork and fried pork lard. Consistency of broth is perfect, cling onto the noodles but not too over starchy in the mouth. Best add in a touch of black vinegar before you eat it.

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