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Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Interesting Happenings In Gopeng.

After our chicken porridge lunch in the food court in Gopeng (which I have posted in the previous post), together with our guest we drove around Gopeng. We do not visit Gopeng as often as we used to. My hubby grew up and attended school in Gopeng.
We stopped for me to snap some wall murals.
#1 - Lion dance mural
#2 - A noodle stall
I like this one. #3 - little girl sitting on a cut tree trunk.
#4 - Durian fruits & stinky bean (petai) stall.
Our friend pointed this out to us. 
"Gopeng Antique Kopitiam"
This got me interested. Got out from the car to snap some photos.
I was curious about this place but there was no one around at that time.




An old fashioned tricycle stall selling satay and nasi lemak.
Found this abandoned old house nearby.
Sharing the above old treasures with Tuesday's Treasures.


A good man's speech reveals the rich treasures within him.

An evil-hearted man is filled with venom, and his speech reveals it.

And I tell you this, that you must give account

on Judgment Day for every idle word you speak.

(Matthew 12:35-36, TLB)

62 comments:

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Have a nice Tuesday!

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  2. Very antique-looking kopitiam.

    And nice mural too.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. It was a fruitful trip to Gopeng. Have a great Tuesday!

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  3. Love the beautiful murals paintings especially the noodle stall. Is this unique kopitiam operating business? Like how they turn it into kopitiam but on the other hand, the abandon house looks spooky.

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    1. I have to keep a watchful eyes for the murals. I don't know whether the kopitiam is just a show piece or turning it into a business place. Ya I wouldn't want to be near the abandoned house at night!

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  4. Wow thas really cool and beauty murals. See the picture about durian made me thought about it and wanna eat it. I love durian thats very yummy.

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    1. Thank you, Uli. I am also a durian lover. Waiting for the durian season to arrive.

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  5. The Antique Kopitiam seems deserted. Is it some sort of show unit for the public?

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong. It could just be for display. I didn't see any notice pasted there.

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    1. Thank you, Beena. I enjoy scouting for wall murals.

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  7. The abandoned house/hut looks haunted! Perfect setting for a horror movie.

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    1. Ha ha Mun, I wouldn't want to walk by where the house is.

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  8. Nancy, it's nice that you have this antique house in your area. It's a beautiful heritage and glad it is preserved. The wood doors, windows and even the outside tables looks so sturdy...things of the past are more valuable and lasting than what we can buy these days. Thanks for sharing this with us:)

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    1. It is true, Annie, that the modern things are not made to last as those in the old days.

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  9. All set for tourists? I like the noodle and durian/petai stalls.

    Hehe and I second Mun on the 'haunted house'!

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    1. Gopeng has been drawing tourist to the museum and heritage house. I think this authentic kopitiam and murals are additions to the attraction.

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  10. What beautiful murals, a feast for the eyes.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. I enjoy murals too. Have a great day!

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  11. I really enjoy murals. These are great

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    1. Thank you, Julia. I enjoy murals too! Have a great day!

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  12. The murals are a great find, Nancy! You may've to return to the antique market but I liked the tricycle very much!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. The tricycle is a great treasure.

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  13. What wonderful treasures you have this week Nancy, thank you! The murals look like they have been there forever, The architecture is unlike anything that I would see here. Thanks for taking me on this journey. Enjoy your day and I hope that you will return again.

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    1. Thank you, Tom. I happened to chance upon the treasures. Have a happy day!

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  14. Lovely selection of photos with nice murals.

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    1. Thank you, Margaret. Have a wonderful day!

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    1. Thank you, Tanya. Have a beautiful day!

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  16. Love the murals. Very impressive work. Love that old tricycle idea.

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    1. Thank you, Peggy. Have a great day!

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  17. Fascinating.
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/stop-looking-at-me.html

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    1. Thank you, Sue, for hosting. Have a wonderful day!

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  18. Hello, wonderful post. I love the murals. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Happy Tuesday to you too!

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  19. Hi Nancy,
    At the glance, I thought it's some location for filming. .. oh that abandoned house really looked eerie. .. As usual love the wall paintings.
    Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful week ahead.

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    1. Thank you, Karen. Now you have mentioned, it did look like a filming location. I am sure the neighbours may have some eerie stories to tell about the abandoned house. Have a wonderful week too!

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    1. Thank you, William. Have a great day!

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    1. Thank you, Linda. I love them too!

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  22. You have such fun adventures Nancy. I would have loved to go along on this adventure.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. The camera makes our lives more adventurous. Have a great day!

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  23. There's an exotic (for here) fruit grower out on the island near us and we tasted Durian fruit once (good) and smelled it (Eek!). It looks like a very nice place to visit.

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    1. Ha ha Sallie, we love the smell of durian and we crave the fruit. The fruits are getting more and more expensive.

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  24. Those murals are very nice. So much better than graffiti. You captured lots of interesting things.

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    1. Thank you, Ellen. The murals are pleasing to the eyes.

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  25. Loved the murals, it is so neat when they can do scenes and at first glance you can't even tell if they are real or not. Sounds like you girls had fun!

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    1. Thank you, Connie. I too had a hard time figuring which is or not part of the mural when viewing from afar.

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  26. Thank you for sharing this nice photos. The graffiti is so mice on the walls. I also love #3!

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    1. Thank you, Ralph. Have a beautiful day!

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  27. Gostei dos grafites.
    Um abraço e boa Quarta-Feira.

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    1. Thank you, Francisco. Have a great day!

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  28. What a fascinating place to get to visit.

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    1. Thank you, Anne. Have a fantastic day!

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  29. Fantastic photos!

    kiss
    food&emotions
    http://fefoodemotions.blogspot.pt

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  30. So interesting! Love that lion dance mural on the wall .xo


    Vildana from Living Like V (I HAVE A GIVEAWAY ON MY BLOG SO BE SURE TO CHECK IT OUT) & Stalia Is BAE

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    1. Thank you, Vildana. Have a beautiful day!

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