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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Lunch & Edible Garden At Arundel Bungalow, Fraser's Hill.

After the morning's outing at the Flora Garden, Allan's Water and town centre, we arrived back at the bungalow in time for our lunch. We did a quick wash up and we were told that lunch was ready. We requested for Hainanese Chicken Rice.
Deep Fried Tilapia fish topped with sweet sour sauce.
Stir fried Green Peas, Cucumber slices, Fresh Mushrooms, etc.
Poached Chicken
Dehydrated Veggie Soup (choy kon tong).
Special cooked rice with chicken broth.
Ginger paste & chili sauce.
Besides the watermelon slices served by the operator, we also had these strawberries freshly plucked from the Flora Garden.
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After lunch, we went to explore the edible garden behind the bungalows.
Many varieties of edible plants in the garden.
There were different types of yam/taro plants. Some with green stems, some with purplish stems. There were also chili and pumpkin plants.
Mint leaves.
Looks like some kind of herbs with tiny white flowers.
Fruiting banana plant and a coconut seedling in a pot.
We don't know whether this is another specie of the edible yam or taro plant but the purple leaves look like yam leaves.
Fruiting Lime plant grown in a pot.
Photo credit: Boey
What was so interesting?
We were so fascinated by these big green oranges!
We found 4 big green oranges about the size of an adult hand. And a small lemon growing from a small lemon plant grown in a pot.
We found this very old cactus plant growing next to the fence,
I am sharing this old cactus plant with Tuesday's Treasure.
Took this last shot before we went in for our afternoon tea.
Teatime was at 4 pm. We were served doughnuts with coffee.
Took this shot halfway through our meal.

Linking to Tuesday's Treasure.

He also used this example: "The kingdom of Heaven

can be compared to a woman making bread.

She takes a measure of flour and mixes in the yeast

until it permeates every part of the dough."

(Matthew 13:33, The Living Bible-TLB)

58 comments:

  1. Nancy, so many treasures for the earth, so delightful. I always enjoy your view of your part of the world. Thanks for making Tuesday's Treasures a part of your week. Please stop back again soon.

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    1. Thank you, Tom for hosting. I enjoy sharing our world with you. Have a beautiful day!

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  2. hi, all dishes looks delicious. Good Day.

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    1. Thank you, Manali. Have a good day too!

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  3. Beautiful food and lovely garden, Nancy. I will enjoy coming here. ^.^

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  4. Hello Nancy!:) Thank you for your last visit and for putting my mind at rest.:) Your meals always look so appetizing. We also eat a dish with green peas cucumber, and mushrooms. Loved seeing all those different varieties of fruit, and to know they go from the garden to the restaurant table.

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    1. The food from the garden to the table taste extra delicious.

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  5. So nice... I like to go there and wait for meals to be served... :)

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    1. Ha ha...in between meals you will have to find something to occupy your time.

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  6. Such a wonderful place! Thanks for sharing, Nancy.

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    1. Thank you, Angie. You are most welcome.

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  7. The food look gorgeous:)
    kisses

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  8. Great place for hold...food looks good and the organic veggie plot. I want to holiday there too :)

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    1. Thank you, Elin. A great place to rest and close to nature.

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  9. Amazing post! Happy Tuesday ! :)xx

    Vildana from Living Like V & Stalia Is BAE

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

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  10. The cook there certainly can whip up great-looking dishes. Taste is good too?

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    1. When in good company and the weather is cool, the food will definitely taste good!

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  11. I agree with Irene such a wonderful cook, the meals look amazing so appetising. A great tour of the garden.

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    1. Thank you, Mamas. It was a wonderful holiday.

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  12. Excellent post (as always)!Thank you very much :)

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    1. Thank you, Beauty. Have a lovely day!

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  13. Hello, delicious meals and gorgeous plants. The strawberries look great! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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

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  14. Beautiful photos and your meal looks great.

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    1. Thank you, Linda. It was a good meal.

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  15. What a lovely meal. I'm hungry again.

    What a lovely place to relax and enjoy the beauty.

    Have a fabulous day Nancy. ☺

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    1. Thank you, Sandee. It was a great place to relax.

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  16. I like the vegetable garden behind the bungalows. Are the vegetables planted by the caretakers of the bungalows?

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    1. I am not sure, could be the caretakers or the gardeners.

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  17. The dishes are so nicely served, so colorful

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

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  18. Your mint leaves shot is my favorite ! So vibrant and pretty. Green oranges..they will turn orange, right? Will the cactus ever be green or is it dying?

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    1. There was a lot patch of mint leaves. The cactus is still alive with green leaves but I only took a close up of the old stem.

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  19. Well now I'm hungry! Hope you are having a nice week.

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    1. Thank you, Ellen. It was a wonderful trip and have a nice week too!

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  20. Fantastic photos! Great food! Kisses:))

    xxBasia

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  21. I have just finished dinner and now I am hungry again!!! Take care Diane

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    1. Thank you, Diane. You take care too and stay safe!

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  22. I'm sure you all enjoyed every single bite! It all looks scrumptious!

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    1. We finished off everything for most meals unless we are too full.

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    1. Sharon, I know you will. You will enjoy the jungle trekking and walking too.

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  24. Arggh the food looks really good. I'd like to visit that garden too. But I can't find any details on how to rent these bungalows. Would you have some contact number or email that can be shared?

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    1. Hi Stacy, if you are interested, here are the details.
      Renting of Arundel or Bunge bungalows.
      Contact no: 05-2417844
      Email: holidaybungalow@klk.com.my

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  25. Food looks delicious. And I loved the tour of the vegetable garden. The mint is the healthiest I have seen. The small white flowers are those of cilantro.

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    1. Thank you, dear for providing the info for the white flowers. Have a beautiful day!

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  26. Hie, how wud u compare Frasers Hill to Cameron Highlands ? Which is better ?

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    1. Hello Aishah,

      Actually I like both places and both have their own attractions. It all depends on what you are looking for, for a holiday.

      Fraser's Hill is a place for those who like quiet, peace, no traffic jam & stress. People who need to get away from busyness and crowd, just to relax and enjoy the surrounding nature. If you are going in groups or are adventurous, then maybe you can sign up for the activities mentioned in my blog. For those always on the go or active people, they may find this place boring.

      C.Highland is more busy & many times I have got caught in terrible traffic jam. It is better on weekdays & non public holidays. It is more developed, more commercialised, more crowded but more happenings and more places to visit.

      Personally, I don't mind the place but most important is the people I am with and the quality time we spent together and whether I return from my holiday feeling refreshed or drained of energy.

      I would suggest you visit both places to have your own experience.
      Wishing you happy holiday.

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  27. You made me feel like going to Fraser's Hill, lovely scenery and yummy food

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    1. Thank you, Libby. It is a good place to relax and get refreshed. Have a happy day!

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