Let's get over this


You know, I have this wish that I will get over the phase of wanting someone to like me. The phase when I do not care if I have no partner. I am tired of being rejected. I never want to force someone to like me, romantically because, it is never right. Having no one showing any romantic interest towards me somehow kills my self esteem. I might look like I do not care about it, but the one who looks the most confident is the one who has the biggest self esteem problem.

I am wishing that I can get over this phase really soon. May 2017 be a year where I can focus on developing me into someone who benefits the society. Someone who do not care about this and keep focusing on benefiting others. I want to finish my Master degree, keep up with my social work and make myself very busy so that I would not even think about this.

My Kalsom Story: The 22nd Edition


For someone to grow, he needs to challenge himself. I initially joined Kalsom to leave my comfort zone and learn new things from strangers in order to challenge myself. After being a facilitator twice for Projek Kalsom 19 and Projek Kalsom 20, I decided to go further and applied to be a committee member. It was the best decision that I have ever made.

The whole committee

I have always thought that those people who chose to be commitee members are insane. Why? Because they have their own busy lives but they decided to devote their time for a cause which takes at least half of their already hectic schedule. For every student, there are three things which matter the most. They are studies, social life and sleep. However, for a Kalsom committee member there is another aspect that they need to consider which is, Kalsom. In the end, sleep and social life were not our priorities anymore.

The logistic team for the main camp

Luckily, the people I met during Kalsom are the ones who you want to befriend for life. I texted my partner more than I texted my close friends. I skyped with my partner longer that I skyped with my friends. Besides, I got to have some international friends. Chaperoning 10 curious foreigners to explore Malaysia through the heat and pouring rain was definitely a worthwhile experience. Especially, as they got to taste our scrumptious Malaysian cuisines. I feel proud of the richness that our country has to offer. The best was, when one of them said “Can we have roti canai again today?”

With the 10 curious Brits

I'm afraid, I've scared those who are interested to be one of the committee members. Fret not, joining as a Kalsom committee will turn you into a super productive person. You will be surprised at how productive you can be.

when we curi tulang and posed for some pictures

I was a final year student when I became one of the committee member but, it helped me to not spare time to procrastinate. Most of my assignments and project papers were completed so much earlier before the datelines. So I believe that Kalsom has helped me to grow into a better person. This is a once in a lifetime experience to immerse yourself into the world volunteerism.

our future office



For me, graduation means you have stepped on another milestone of your life. Like, you have completed a thing that you thought you could never achieve before. Right after my practicum, I was having a problem where I knew the data that I had collected was not sufficient for me to conduct my Final Year Project. A lot of things ran on my mind, like will I ever be able to graduate with first class honour with this kind of data. Even, when I sent my FYP report, I was not confident with my work.

ALHAMDULILLAH. I MADE IT. I graduated with first class honour.

Somehow, I am just lucky that my supervisor is a very nice man. When I showed my data, he told me right away that he could not give me A if I carried that research. So, I got time to change my research and went back to the school where I did my practicum, to re-collect data. With so little knowledge about FYP, I managed to complete it on time. I am beyond grateful up until now.

My supervisor helped me a lot. I tried to meet him at least once in a week although, I went into hibernation for quiet sometime during assignments submission week. He understood that and did not push me at all.

My friends who were there, reminding things to do, sharing problems, going on random trips, eating together, staying up late at the library together and many more. Despite, my selfish self who love to abandon people, there are people who choose to stay. Thank you.

My parents, the main supporters. It is magical, how things can be easy after I call my mum. They sacrifice a lot of things for me to be where I am today. I am not sure if I can repay that. I hope that, I wont forget what they have done for me. Love you!

Another achievement unlocked!
DEGREE: Done and dusted.

Low Self Esteem: Yes


After 23 years of living single life, these thoughts keep bothering me. The reasons why no one is interested in me:

1) I am over qualified (which is not)
2) No one finds me attractive

Believing the latter one does kill my self confidence and somehow makes me in danger too. I feel comfortable walking alone at public spaces, eating alone at a restaurant because I believe no one is going to bother me.

New Korean Drama: Doctor


I am smitten by the latest Korean drama, Doctors. I did plan to follow the series because Park Shin Hye is the main lead and the trailer showed her as a badass girl, not a wimpy damsel in distress. So, I watched the first episode last week, and realized that the male lead is Kim Rae Won, the husband from My Little Bride, the movie which made me started watching Korean movies and dramas.

The drama comes out on Monday and Tuesday at 10pm Korean time, hence I will keep refreshing the web every Tuesday and Wednesday morning for new episodes. It was the same as when I followed DOTS.

Today's episode is heartbreaking. Hye Jung loses her grandmother, the only family member that cares about her. Then, her father comes with her annoying stepmother. The way the actress portrays the stepmother character really gets my nerve.

I think her symmetrical teeth make me feel like I want to smack her face. It's too perfect and seems fake.

Then, the scene where Hye Jung bids goodbye to Hong. Hye Jung is avoiding Hong due to her insecurities. While Hong is going to US to start over his housemanship years. You know, that moment when you want someone who you love to live happily? I think that is what Hye Jung is thinking. 

Besides, Hong's friend meets Hye Jung and tells her that they are incompatible. As Hong is a medical graduate while Hye Jung is a drop out (Hye Jung has been kicked out from schools for countless time). But, I think they are the most compatible as Hye Jung lost her mother and being abandoned by her father while Hong is an orphan. Hong is lucky because he was adopted by the hospital director.

I was like, "NO!!"

He hesitates for quiet sometime before deciding to chase her.

And yeah, since this is episode 3, so he does not able to catch up with Hye Jung because the motorbike guy takes her away.

As what Dimitri from Vampire Academy always reminds Rose, "Never hesitate", yes Hong you should never hesitate! You lose the girl and you will only meet her 13 years later. Obviously a lot of things will happen during that freaking 13 years. 

"Going crazy when you are in love is the evidence that your brain is activated. If you don't go crazy, that is abnormal." This is my favourite quote and I have witnessed it. A lot of people being crazy due to love. The problem here is, Hong was Hye Jung's teacher and he has to guard himself as an adult and cannot show his feelings (Kau gila nak bercinta dengan student?!). He hesitates because he knows that they cannot be together since Hye Jung is a minor.

I can't wait to see what will happen next!

Instagram Husbands


I am thankful that I have instagram husbands at the moment, although they dont really act like a husband (because they cant), but they take nice pictures. They even offer to take pictures using their phones and instruct me the right pose that I should do.

One of the outcomes looks like this:

I feel fabulous. Flip tudung. Haha

Cameron Again


Cameron Highlands is a destination that I have to visit or pass by every year. It has become compulsory, until I don't bother to blog about it anymore. Well, Cameron Highlands is in the middle of the route home from my uni, so we will usually stop by for a toilet break or choose to stay there for a night.

This time around, it was not a trip home. It was a getaway plan. The weather in Malaysia now is too extreme. The heat is unbearable. Most of us spend the days in the library because we can get free air cond.

This trip was planned to celebrate Sadeq's birthday, since the last time she visited Cameron Highlands was years ago, when she was a child. So, we found an affordable guest house on Booking.Com and checked the reviews on Trip Advisor. I find Trip Advisor is really helpful when I want to plan a trip. 

We departed at 2 pm from Tanjung Malim and stopped by at Tapah for late lunch. Then, we reached Brinchang at 6pm where the guest house is. At night, we went to the night market and enjoyed the street food. We ate the usual, such as the corns, strawberries and a few other food.

But, I have discovered one stall which sells Lamb Hot Pan Grill with Apricot Sauce. The sauce is so good and kills the smell of the lamb. It is RM8 per stick.

So good!

The next morning, we planned to enjoy the cold morning by jogging but, somehow we enjoyed sleeping in the cold much better. Linda and I went out to find some heavy breakfast. We found a Malay restaurant and took away some Nasi Lemak and Nasi Goreng, We ate at the guest house.

After breakfast, we followed our main plan which was to go to Mossy Forest. My knowledge about Mossy Forest was only the name and how it should look. I did not do any research of how to get there or how far it is. Linda drove her manual Proton Saga up until Gunung Brinchang, where Mossy Forest is located.

We thought we could reach the entrance of Mossy Forest by car. Unfortunately, the driveway was to steep. The car could not reach there. When we were halfway there, we realized that most people rented 4WD or drove auto transmission car. So, we found a spot to park the car and we walked (or maybe climbed) up there. It was about two to three kilometres and took us about half an hour.

Luckily, it was cold because we did not dress like how a climber should dress. We wore clothes which suited shopping malls. The hike was worth it, because the view was so beautiful and made us in awe. It was another "Subhanallah" moment for me.

After spending some time admiring Allah's masterpiece and snapping "some" pictures, we moved to our next destination, Sungei Palas BOH Plantations. BOH was actually quite near from Mossy Forest, as it was at the same turn from the main road. We went there only to enjoy eating pricey food facing the view of the tea plantation. We did not even bother to visit the museum or the tea shop. I had a nice chicken pie for RM10 and RM3 Boh Tea, but I paid for the view actually.

We did nothing much actually but most of the time were spent for pictures and be together. I think being together and cherish the moment is the most important thing. Having pictures taken are important too, because that will remind us of the memories that we made later on.

Till then. Love, Fina.

The Only Mid Sem Break


I was planning to be productive for this mid semester break. I have a lot of work, I'm not kidding. I have a lot of commitment this time around and guess what, I go on a binge by playing The Sims 4. I wake up, eat and sim then go to the toilet and sim, before I go to bed, I also sim. I did not realize that I have spent four days doing so.

I reached home last Sunday morning, and since that I have been practicing this unhealthy lifestyle. It was until yesterday that, I had become a bit productive. I went to a talk by Dr Zakir Naik. I have heard of him and I think I had watched a few short videos of his talk on YouTube but the controversy which lies around him lately, made me became more excited to listen to the talk. I know, I am such a rebel.

Zakir Naik
I went to the talk with Wani and Ain. Luckily, Wani invited me to hang out yesterday, because I thought that the talk should be somewhere else. So, she picked Ain and I yesterday, since both of us were carless yesterday. I know that they are the type of friends that I should keep because they always bring me to the right path although I always go astray. 

The talk was a interesting. The title was, "Does God Exist?" He is such a well read person. He knows all the scriptures including Al-Quran, Bible (Old and New) and other religious text that I have so little knowledge about. The only setback was, when he got to excited he tend to speak too fast, and it was a bit hard to catch up what he said due to his Indian accent, especially when he listed down the verses from al-Quran.

It was also the first time, my parents let me to go out at night, with friends. For your information, my curfew at home is 7pm. My parents were away, when Wani asked me either I could follow or not. So, I called them to ask for permission. They were like, "Why are you calling us to ask for permission?"

I think, I have been living away for such a long period, which asking for permission to go out at night sounds so weird. Well, going out at night in Tanjung Malim is different with going out at night at Jerteh. Not to say, Tanjung Malim's nightlife is happening but usually we go out because we are hungry. We reached home at 1 am, and it felt so weird to reach home at such late hour because I live at a kampung.

I had been craving for a lot of cakes when I was in Tanjung Malim. I think, depression made me crave for sweet things. I am not sure, what are the causes of my depression although I realize that I have a few same old problems that I always deal with.

So, I had baked two cakes. The first one was on Monday, I steamed a Milo Cake. It was so easy and the taste was not bad, although I have not mastered the art of steaming a cake yet. It was a bit soggy in the middle, because I wrongly wrapped the whole container with aluminium foil. The correct instruction was to wrap the base not the whole container. So, it took a longer time to be fully baked.

Today, I baked Ibu's Signature Chocolate Cake. I have never find any chocolate cake which can beat Ibu's. My family including my extended family love the cake and they always request for this cake if they are back at our hometown.

Never Endless Work
Before this, I thought that final year students are not burdened with the load of assignments due to our commitment with Final Year Project but I was wrong. We have load of work to be completed. We spent most of our time at the library. Although, we have a lot of free time and days without classes, but I always find people flooding the library. I do suspect that this is due to the El Nino too but I admit, that I have so much thing to do.

Well, I choose this lifestyle. I have commitments with an NGO and I am writing a book with a group of friends. Not a story book or anything fictional. It is a bit serious but something that I love to do. Will update about it, once it is confirmed.

I think, that is the update as for now. It feels refreshing to update this blog once in a while.

Write to you later!

3rd Week of Final Semester


I was excited to be here during my four months of break, except that I was not ready to start studying again. Partially because, I know I can go nowhere with the data for my final year project. Yeap, I met my supervisor and he said that it is impossible if I want to get A with that data and research.

Luckily, things are still under control. I managed to get a new idea on the spot, resulting from spending some time in the thesis room. I changed my research title on the spot, although I did not get the exact title at the moment, but he approved my idea.

I love being busy. It is tiring, but this kind of hectic life makes me feel at ease. I feel like, I am a useful human being and I am not a trash. At least, I am contributing to something, someone or any particular identity.

But sometime, I do wish that I am on a vacation.

Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park


Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park consists of five islands, Pulau Gaya, Pulau Mamutik, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Sapi and Pulau Sulug (Source: Sabah Tourism). We were lucky because, out of the five islands, we went to three of the islands. The islands which we visited were Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan and Pulau Mamutik.

Due to Syasya's connection, she managed to charter two boats for our groups. Hence everything gets cheaper and we did not board the boats at Jesselton Point. Instead, we hopped on the boats at the Philippine Market. We paid RM 320 for each boat and each boat loaded 12 or 13 person. So each person paid around RM25 for the boat which transfer us from island to island. Normally, each person needs to pay RM 43 (according to Sabah Tourism). 

My boatmates, #teamholland

We had our breakfast at one mamak shop near the Philippine Market and bought some food at the convenience store there. The only source of food that you can get from the islands are from the buffet trays which should cost you around RM40 per person. For a budget traveler, it is wise if you fill up your tummy first and bring some food like bread or biscuits. Atul brought two loaves of bread (even one loaf of bread costs about RM4, Sabah's food is expensive) and a few cans of tuna. Bless her because she shared that with the whole group.

The first island that we hopped was Pulau Sapi. The view is captivating. The water is in turquoise colour. We had to pay RM15 for snorkelling and RM 3 for entrance fee (for three islands). 

So what did we do on those islands?

1. Group photo

We are the bunch of people who can be called by just using a camera (or phone) because, when one person holds a camera, everyone will come and swarm like bees. Literally like bees.

2. Appreciating the beauty of nature

My #travellingdanbo seems like he was not impressed by the nature. Well, he is a toy but if you can see the crystal clear water behind him, it is real!

3. Swimming / Snorkelling
I am with those tiny people at the back, we were swimming or in my case, floating with the help of the life jackets. Since we paid RM15, we were provided with goggles for us to appreciate the lives under the water. My verdict, it is not that beautiful because I have seen much better at Pulau Kapas. The corals are dying but there are a lot of beautiful fishes for you to enjoy. One thing that I want to warn you is, BEWARE OF JELLYFISH.

Well those are the main things but we also did enjoy burying people under the sand, having ice cream during the hot weather, dancing in front of a crowd of people and some of us did parasailing. I did not try it due to tight budget. We did not realize that we spent half of the day there from 10 am until 4pm. Most of us were barbecued and I am still dealing with my sunburnt face at the moment. 

It was a great trip due to great people, magnificent view and nice weather. I will definitely revisit TAR National Park, maybe next year?

Kundasang, Sabah


Tinggi tingi Gunung Kinabalu
Tinggi lagi sayang sama kamu
Biru biru hujung Kinabalu
Tengok dari jauh
Hati saya rindu

Zuli did say that the song will haunt you. Indeed, it does. The song Sayang Kinabalu still sticks in my head until now. As most of the people know, Kinabalu Mountain is the highest mountain in South East Asia. The moment I saw it, I did not expect that it would catch me off guard. The mountain is just, majestic.

We reached Kundasang around 12pm after almost two hours drive from Kota Kinabalu. At that time, there was no sight of Kinabalu mountain due to the thick cloud surrounding the mountain. We stopped by Kinabalu Park for a toilet break but, unfortunately we had to pay RM3 for entrance. We did not plan to stop by the park yet, so no toilet break and we headed to Desa Cattle Dairy Farm.

I have always seen people posting pictures of this farm. Well, it does look like you are in New Zealand but the smell is not really pleasant but I can guarantee that the taste of the milk is so good! The fee to enter the farm is RM5 per head. 

If you are there, make sure to try the chocolate gelato and the waffle. They taste so good! I think, because the milk is freshly milked from the cows there. 

The squad
The daredevils

The cows and us.

You can literally film a music video here because the scenery is magnificent.

We spent about three hours there but I think normal group only spend about an hour there. We are a bunch of people who talk non-stop and do selfie non-stop. There will always be something for us to do, like recording a dance.

After the farm, we stopped by the only decent restaurant that we believe which is KFC. There is a small KFC in Kundasang town. I believe that there are some decent restaurants but we did not bother to check because we were starving. We spent another two hours there. That is the problem with us, we spend too much time at a place.

I believe there are more places to visit around Kundasang but due to limited time (because it was getting darker), we decided to head back to Kota Kinabalu. But, Kinabalu Mountain decided to play peek a boo with us. I swear, that I saw the donkey ears the moment we started to leave the car park near the KFC.

Hence, we went to Kinabalu Park and paid RM3 each person to take a glimpse of the mountain. The moment we saw the mountain, everyone was gaping. It was surreal. It was one of the "subhanallah" moments in my life. I felt so small.

Indeed, travelling makes you closer to god.

That is Kinabalu Mountain behind there.

2nd Kalsom MASCA Revisit Workshop


It was in Kota Kinabalu yaw!

Kalsom MASCA Revisit Workshop is a follow up camp to the flagship event which is Projek Kalsom 21 Motivational Camp by The Kalsom Movement. This is my second time joining and I still hold the same position which is English Module Planner. Well, I am the kind of person who like to stick at the same position.

The Module
Last year, we did Chain Story and Everyone Wants a Doraemon. Surprisingly, the students love Everyone Wants a Doraemon the most. It was a pure accident that I got the idea to create the module. I was doing the dishes while listening to the television. (There is a tv in my kitchen). I heard about Doraemon exhibition which exhibit around 200 Doraemon's tools. So, yeah that was an eureka moment for me.

This year was challenging. Previously we did road show, which we visit a school in a day and the number of students at every school was around 40 students. It was easy to control and make sure every student participated. So, a discussion and presentation based activity was suitable. While, for Sabah, pheww! The number of participants is 160 students. 4 times bigger!

Hence, my partner Haseenah and I had to come out with something that could cater and involve these 160 students without giving them the time to stay put. Based on my experience handling English Camp, kids love explorace. So we wanted to do some sort of explorace and station games. Then, we discovered that the students are weak in Grammar and Writing. I heard that they are good in Speaking, so we discarded the idea of having presentations.

The first thing which we planned was a Grammar Race but it did sound nerdy and boring. We decided to change it and followed the current hype which is Running Man. We hoped that they do watch Running Man, especially the boys. 

There were 7 stations for the modules. We created the activities for each station to test the students understanding on Simple Present Tense, Simple Past Tense, Simple Future Tense, Perfect Tense and Continuous Tense.

 Jumping Charade
A student have to jump while there is one student holding a verb card. The jumper needs to do an action which defines the verb. The rest has to convert the verb into Simple Past Tense.

 Song Scramble
The students have to find verbs in Simple Present Tense.

Guess, What Am I Doing
There will be one student doing an action, the rest has to report the what the student is doing in Continuous Tense.

The Students
This camp is the first camp ever that I did not have any student to supervise. I felt so empty. As a committee member, I did a lot of background work. I rarely spent my time with the students. It was my first time that I did not get any letter. Well, it showed that I was lacking this year. I did not get close to any of them. That is something for me to reflect.

The People
I made another set of friends this year and most of them are younger than me. I joined Kalsom when I was the youngest. Now, I am among the eldest, I think that is a sign for me to stop kalsoming. Fortunately, they do not bother to address me as kakak which I love so much. The good thing is, they are mature in the sense of how they think and act especially Shafiq, our youngest brother. Although, yeah sometime you can still see the trace of a high school student in him.

Overall, I hope this camp did benefit the students especially my module. They said that it was too easy. They are too smart I guess. This might be my last revisit workshop, since I am graduating this year. Kalsom, inspire and be inspired.

Suspending Judgement


I have been listening to suspending judgement talk since 2014 when I went to Projek Kalsom 20's training with Teach For Malaysia. Suspending judgement means that you do not judge someone when you are starting to get to know them or listening to a story about them.

For example, Daniel is a student who always sleeps in the class and does not manage to complete his homework. What do you think he will end up into?

The old me would say, Daniel will fail and becomes someone who earns meager salary.

Suspending judgement allow me to not judge Daniel from what I see. I do not know what is happening to Daniel, what makes him act like that and what is his story.

Well, Daniel is a real story. He sleeps in the class because he has to work at night in order to support his family. He has a great interest in vocational study and doing business. He ends up going to a vocational school and later he becomes a supplier of paperbacks in Malaysia. Suspending judgement is important because you never know a person's history for you to judge. 

There are a lot of experiences that someone has to experience in making them become someone that they are right now. I have met a kid during 2nd Kalsom MASCA Revisit Workshop. He seems normal and happy. He wants to be a singer and he sings brilliantly but I did not know that he has gone through a lot. One of it was, his mother committed suicide last year. Can you imagine that?

This is where suspending judgement is important. You can never judge a person until you know what is his story. It is better if you do not judge at all.



I went to a road trip with a bunch of people who most of them are younger than me. Although they are younger than me but I never felt the age difference well except for when I want to bully Syafiq, our maknae. 

I learnt from them that a couple does not have to be clingy for them to prove their loves. They are a few sets of couple in our group, three of the guys were in my car. They did not even sit in the same car except for one couple. 

I did not know that they were a couple at first and they did not even show it. I knew it towards the end of the first day of our trip. Although after we knew that they are a couple but they still act the same.

Even when we were at any restaurant or at any place they did not bother to sit side by side. When I asked them, they said, "We know that it is annoying to see clingy couple and we do not want to be that."



Harry Potter's fans were surprised by the sudden lost of the actor who portrayed Severus Snape last week. Snape, the half blood prince is the best hero that I believe lives in a lot of people. A hero that people mistakenly took as someone who does the wrong thing.

He does not have to prove himself to the others to show that he is a true hero, but he knows what is the right things to do. Even to to the extent of killing Dumbledore. His character is an exemplary. 

You do not have to prove to others to show that you are a hero, you just have to do the right things.

Kuala Kangsar with Vivien


When I stayed in Taiping, I had three housemates. They were Nana, Vien and Chuin. Nana and Chuin's hometown are really close to Taiping. So, it was normal for me to have only Vivien at home. We had nothing to do that weekend. Hence, we made a plan to visit Kuala Kangsar. Kuala Kangsar has its own charm since it is a royal town. The buildings are old but beautiful. From the majestic MCKK to the charming castle of the the Perak Royal Family.

We had our brunch at Taiping first before heading to Kuala Kangsar. So, as we arrived there we started our exploration by passing by the dream school (if I was a boy). I like that school because of the buildings and the history.

Then, we went to Masjid Ubudiah which is located very near to the royal palace. The mosque allows non-muslim visitors as they prepare robes and scarves. So, I took a set of the robe and gave Vivien to wear it. The mosque is not that big, so we did not take much time there.

After Masjid Ubudiah we went stalking the royal family. Was hoping to catch a glimpse of Tuanku Zara Salim and her children but you know the palace is well guarded. Then we stopped by a small old palace near the current palace.

This is the old palace which is called as Istana Kenangan. It was occupied by the royal family long ago when the current palace was built. Unfortunately, we could not enter this palace because it was supposed to be under renovation but due to lack of fund, they could do nothing and the palace is actually unstable to occupy people.

Kuala Kangsar is a small town and we can cover it in a few hours. After Istana Kenangan we went to Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery which is one kilometre away. We paid for only RM 2 due to our students' privilege. (One of the benefits of travelling while you are still a student).

This gallery stores the gifts which was received by the late Sultan Azlan Shah. What makes it more interesting is, the building was actually a palace which was known as Istana Ulu. The royal family lived at this palace during the early 19.

The exhibit items were interesting as we could know the late Sultan Azlan Shah better. One thing that I can say about his highness is, he is a big deal. One quote that I found from his notebooks is,

"Sombong dan chakap besar bukannya chakap orang beriman."
Or in English, "Being proud and bragging are not the deeds of the believers." which is true and something to be practiced by us.

After spending about two hours at the gallery, we went to the famous Yut Loy which serves the best pau according to the people on the net. So, we went there to find the truth and yesss the pau is amazing. I knew it from the royal Instagram accounts. I have been following Tunku Aminah (before she deleted her Instagram) and her cousin, Raja Sarina. Yut Loy has been the must place to go every time they are back in Kuala Kangsar.

We ordered Pau, Hainanese Chicken Chop and the Nasi Goreng. I like the pau and chicken chop and the Nasi Goreng is quite good too although it was a very simple Nasi Goreng Telur because we saw the MCKK boys having it.

Our tummy was full, so it was the time to head home. For me, Kuala Kangsar is a nice town although it is a very small town.