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Sunday, 19 April 2015

A DAY TRIP TO KAMPUNG KOH & LUMUT, PERAK #1

Last week we were talking about eating crabs and I casually mentioned that I missed the seafood in Kampung Koh. It has been a long time since we last visited Kampung Koh or Lumut. So yesterday morning, we reached our friend's house at exactly 11.30 am and together we started our leisure drive to Kampung Koh for a seafood lunch and a visit to Lumut.

Smooth driving all the way and the weather was good. We saw a lot of development in Seri Iskandar in Perak Tengah district. It took us 1 hour 30 minutes to reach Kampung Koh.

We made a stop in Kampung Koh to collect some Foo Chow gong pian (biscuits with diced meat and onion as filling) which we had ordered a day earlier. From here we drove straight to Kampung Cina for our seafood lunch. After lunch, we drove to Lumut to see if there is any new changes to the place.

Stopped near the Ferry Terminal in Lumut.

Photo of Lumut town taken near the Ferry Terminal.

Photo taken near the Ferry Terminal.

Photo taken near the Ferry Terminal in Lumut.

A ferry approaching the Ferry Terminal.

Jetty at Ferry Terminal.

View across the water.

Photo of wavy roof of covered way taken near Ferry Terminal.

Boats docked near Ferry Terminal.

View of opposite island.

More boats docked near Ferry Terminal.

Do come back for more photos in tomorrow's post....

The LORD reigns, let the earth be glad;

let the distant shores rejoice.

(Psalm 97:1, New International Version-NIV)

27 comments:

  1. it looks like a neat day trip!

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  2. I have not beeen to Lumut so thank you for sharing the scenic photos. I have eaten Foo Chow gong pian and find that the onion taste is very strong but I can take it so ok. Looks like you enjoy the day trip.

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    1. I enjoyed the Foo Chow gong pian and it was an enjoyable trip.

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  3. What a fun day trip! The biscuits look yummy! Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. A happy day and great week to you too.

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  4. Beautiful, Nancy! It looks like a lovely day!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. It was lovely. A lovely day to you.

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  5. I would love to travel this route! My favorite is picture six!

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    1. Thanks Ginny, this is a lovely place.

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  6. Great post:)

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    1. Hi De, Thanks and will follow you back also.

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  7. I'd like to visit great places like this. :)

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    1. The place is waiting for you to come visit, Sharon.

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  9. What a lovely place! The water is so tranquil and calming! Aren't day trips the best? :) T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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  10. the gong pian nice to eat with a up of kopi o...yum

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    1. Oh, I love gong pian...toast them in the oven, hot and crispy & of course with a cup of kopi o..yums yums!!!

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  11. You had me at leisure...lol! I am a fan of anything 'relaxing'. Thank you for sharing this amazing place. I am now tempted to go! ^.^

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    1. Its worth visiting and try the seafood there.

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  12. Nancy, what a nice outing! OK, now I go to your next post to view more pics.

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