Another night passed, woke up and saw an old lady making a basket.
Most of peoples out for working.
Souvenir available for purchase.
Indo Mee with boiled eggs for breakfast.
Blow-pipe hunter wannabe.
After breakfast, we are getting back to main land.
Our great host. Too bad we can’t communicate well with whole host’s family as they can’t speak Malay, else we can listen more of their stories.
A jump shot before back to city.
Here are list of activities you can do at Batang Ai Long House Resort (managed by Hilton): Guided Nature Walk, Boat Hire, Blowpipe Demonstration, Jetty Fishing, Sunrise Breakfast, BBQ Island, Games and Karaoke. As image above.
Reached Kuching at the mid-noon, out for searching late lunch, landed at Hong Garden (豐園茶室).
Yeap, Kolok mee again.
With this one a little special, recommended by our tour guide, Fried Kolok Mee.
Chinese History Museum (华人历史博物馆) at Kuching town, free for entrance.
Ambarella fruit (Buah Kedongdong), help to re-hydrate under the hot sun.
中街老店, sells chinese traditional biscuits here.
Also sells fruit rojak here, delicious.
Curry chicken bread （咖哩面包鸡) also can be bought here.
Instead of Penang, Ipoh and Johor (?), Ernest Zacharevic’s wall painting is spotted here in Kuching too.
Excellent painting, look at how adorable the baby Orang Utan is.
Tea time again.
Kolok mee again, anyone ? Last Kolok mee before we head back Kuala Lumpur next morning.
Three colors milk tea （三色奶茶).
Dinner at 人间茶坊 (Life Cafe).
We were late, luckily the owner said will served us before they close it.
Price and menu.
No more Kolok Mee as dinner, because i think we had enough. This call the end for our Kuching Trip, till next round. After dinner, there is another round of warrior dance for an Italian family, and a funny magic tricks with plastic ropes and jokes performed by one of the resident. For the note, warrior dance also will be done while harvest season or before planting at the farms such as black papper or hill padi.