The first thing i wanted to do the moment i landed Kuching was....
Eating Kolo Mee~~!!!! Oh how i miss it so much
Jo and I enjoying our breakfast of the day at Sin Lian Shin coffee shop that sells the best kolo mee
We did a little sight seeing for the day at Fairy cave, Wind cave and the mysterious blue lake in a small town called "Bau". It's quite far from town so having your own transport is better or you could rent a vehicle to get there.
Then we got hungry again, and went to Song Kheng Hai Food Centre at Jln Padungan for tea time :) We wanted to try food that can't be normally found in KL such as belacan meehun, kompiah (a popular fuchow bagel in Sibu) and thirst quenching desserts like White lady and Fa Lor Hon. I'll let the pics tempt u guys :p
|fa lor hon|
To be in Kuching town not only u have to try their famous kolo mee, you have to try their kuching laksa as well. This coffee shop also serves one of the good kuching laksa around and parkin is so difficult to get. So becareful as u won't wanna get a fine ticket.
|toast bread with kopi ping|
The great thing about bringing a student card is to get the entrance ticket at a cheaper price. Jo and I got it for RM15 per person :). pretty cheap compared to the normal price charged. There were many different houses for us to visit in the cultural village : The Iban Long house, Rumah Bidayuh, Rumah Orang Ulu, Melanau,Orang Penan, even Malay and Chinese old house.
|jo having fun with the "sumpit"|
It was only RM1 for 3 tries and Jo got it on the 3rd attempt!
Along the way we also befriended two Singaporeans ,Cassandra and Qi Wen. Both of them are so friendly and there were lots to talk about. Funny thing is they thought Jo and I were a couple so i cleared the air by saying he's actually my younger brother. I guess it's not the norm where brothers and sisters travel together eh? I'd say they are my first Singaporean friends i'd ever had and they are so nice to hang out with :)
|Cassandra ,Qi Wen and I|
|At the Bidayuh bridge with Jo and Cassandra|