Phuket Holidays (Part II)






Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!

You’ll know this word if you’re Malaysian.

The 31st of August is Independence Day for Malaysia.

The Malaysians will have Merdeka month to celebrate it their Independence.

I also celebrated my birthday today!

I will share some pictures of my birthday dinner in the coming post!



Phuket Holidays (Part II)

Patong Beach is around 15-20 minutes from Phuket Town by taxi.

There are two big shopping malls called Jungceylon and Robinson s Mall.

There is a food street with many restaurants, pubs and bars!

I had a very nice relaxing day in Patong!




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Jungceylon is the biggest shopping mall in Patong


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Have many nice restaurants and coffee shops around the mall


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Nice drink and foods


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Breads and mussels appetizers



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Salad and chips


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I had a pan fried chicken with rice for main course



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Very nice sago with coconut milk


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A big square in the mall


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This Doctor Fish spa only cost 100 baht for 15 minutes, must try!

The feeling was quite strange, it was very itchy and made me laugh!


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Nice view inside the shop


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A food street in Jungceylon


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Have many ncie restautrant there


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Cool drinks


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Some cruets


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Thai style fresh spring rolls, it was very delicious!


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My favourite Thai fried noodles


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Some mixture vegetables


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Another nice dish


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Jungceylon at night


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Jungceylon, Patong





50 comments:

  1. 這次旅程除了悠閒, 還是悠閒
    有帶上哪些lens去?
    圖片的散景很美喔

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  2. Anonymous31/8/10 21:46

    ricky 色彩繽紛 , 好美味呀..

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  3. 多謝San哥哥欣賞, 今次沒有特別影搵靚影去影...
    所以只係一些普通食物相, 希望大家唔好縑棄!

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  4. Thanks Ricky! 多謝欣賞同留言!

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  5. 忘了回答San哥哥:
    這次只帶了24-70mm L去布吉,因為之前去上海帶了兩架相機,
    兩支鏡頭比較累,今次只係去飲飲食食輕鬆一下!
    我都好滿意24-70mm L拍攝食物的散景效果!

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  6. Happy birthday! How old are you?

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  7. Oops...not as in old kind old ya. How young are you? ;)

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  8. 布吉好似 好玩又好食 a_a

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  9. Thanks Mei Teng! I'm getting old,
    so I don't wanna talk my age... haha!

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  10. 係呀Kay, 好食又好玩真係一個一流既度假勝地!

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  11. wow, the last time i was in phuket was 7 yrs ago or perhaps more...
    btw, i like your food shots. i really dont have the skill to take food... it will look un-delicious once i took the pic.

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  12. aw... i miss thai food >< wanna eat the authentic one...lucky you can enjoy the fish spa...haha :)

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  13. I can't take in the size of the place ( pic 1 / 22). Amazing experience & food, Thanks for sharing it.... we can almost taste it !!

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  14. Thanks Lily Riani!
    I saw many nice food pictures by another bloggers,
    I just trying to share the food pictures recently!

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  15. Thanks FuFu! I hope you can have authentic Thai foods soon!
    Yes, the fish spa was really fun!

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  16. Thanks J_on_tour@jayzspaze! I'm glad that you
    like these pictures and experience!
    Best regards.

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  17. Happy Birthday!!! wah no wonder u also know about merdeka!

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  18. beautiful! I like the first picture, very good in a whole! but I have a preference for images of food, it gives really want and I like the fine detail! Congratulations !
    Bye !!

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  19. Thanks lechua! Yeah, I will remember and celebrate Merdeka every year!

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  20. Thanks Mahon! I'm glad that you appreciate my pictures!

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  21. Oh my....food glorious food!!! I had natural fish spa at Kanching Rainforest Waterfalls. Bigger fish = bigger BITE :)

    Happy belated birthday Rafael!

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  22. Thanks Alex! Bigger fish?! Wow! Must be more itchy! @_@

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  23. Ciao Rafael, I also like eating in places so beautiful! Great shots!

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  24. Happy belated birthday!
    I hope you had a great time...

    Ha ha... You can become Malaysian already!
    You even know how to spell "merdeka" correctly.
    People actually shouted "merdeka" three times on the actual day we gained our independence from Britain 53 years ago.

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  25. Ciao Siarada! Yes eating in Phuket was very pleasant!
    Thanks for appreciate my pictures!

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  26. Thanks London Caller,
    I learned the "Merdeka" from FuFu and some malaysian bloggers!
    I'm proud that I have the same birthday with Malaysia! ^^

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  27. This is great! Looking the fishes in your foot I don't know you but I feel like tickling! heheh love the food and all!

    beijos!

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  28. Thanks Petra Mafalda! Yes those fishes were
    tickling my feet and made me laugh, haha!

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  29. Belo conjunto de imagens!
    Os Peixes-doutores não faziam cócegas?! ;)

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  30. Thanks ruimnm, nice to meet you!

    Sim, os peixes-doutores faziam grande cócegas,
    não consegui parar de rir!

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  31. Grande sequência de fotos.

    Lindissimo esse barco.

    Abraço e bom f-d-s

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  32. Ha ha... There are so many Malaysian bloggers in here?
    I cannot believe it...

    I can practise my Cantonese with you next time.
    I can also speak Cantonese but it's a bit difficult to type Cantonese...
    There are special words in Cantonese you cannot find in standard Mandarin.

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  33. Wow, Happy Birthday! Wish you had a great one~~
    The fish SPA looks so cool, how did it feel with fishes around you?

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  34. Muito obrigado ▒▓█► JOTA ENE!

    Bom fim de semana!

    Abraço

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  35. To London Caller,
    You mean the flag counter? Have more Hong Kong
    readers than malaysian readers...
    I don't know how the flag counter works...
    but may be some of my friends from Hong Kong
    were only read and didn't write much...

    I know many Malaysian can speak Cantonese,
    I have FuFu facebook, I usually write Cantonese with him!

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  36. Thanks micki! The fish Spa was funny,
    very itchy and those fishes were tickling
    my feet and made me laugh, haha!

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  37. >First time to hear “九曲湖”, have a “九曲橋” in one chinese garden of Macau…

    Actually, I was kinda remember the one in Shanghai.
    It's weird that the Serpentine is called "九曲湖" in Chinese.
    I got that from Wikipedia actually. Maybe it's a hoax?
    You cannot rely too much on Wikipedia since everybody can write their own "stories" there.

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  38. Haha, I don't know everybody can write their own "stories" in Wikipedia...
    but I know have many difference between english and chinese version!
    I believe this “九曲湖” is a hoax, because nobody will check it!

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  39. Good Posting..... nice a pic....
    http://musikalea.blogspot.com/

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  40. Thanks ALEA! Nice to meet you!

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  41. It's true about Wikipedia.
    So you cannot rely on it 100%.
    Having said that, it's a good source of guide.
    As a reference only, not the holy bible.

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  42. Belas fotografias...Excelente....
    Cumprimentos

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  43. A very professional and worthy of a master. I am delighted to visit your blog. Hug

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  44. To London Caller,
    I don't really trust Wikipedia because I can't my name there, haha!
    I will use it for reference only, sometimes...

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  45. Obrigado Fernando Santos (Chana), aprecio muito das suas fotografias!

    Abraço

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  46. Obrigado tossan! Estou muito contente de ver o seu comentário!

    Abraço

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  47. WOW)))) 好RELAX 嘅旅程~!!!!!

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  48. 多謝叻叻欣賞和支持! 真係好RELAX的旅程! ^.^

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  49. Meloching8/9/10 15:02

    食物很吸引!補祝生日快樂!

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  50. Thanks Meloching! 多謝! ^.^

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