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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

Beef Noodles For Supper At Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur.

On the 2nd night's of our stay in Kuala Lumpur, we all agreed on beef noodles for supper at Petaling Street. We relied on our young people to take us there. They know the way well and very soon we were seated under the open sky along a narrow pathway, waiting for our bowls of beef noodles.
 Hubby and I shared a bowl of beef with rice vermicelli.
The beef slices and tripe were very tender.
 This is the auntie preparing the beef noodles.
 You can't miss this stall, it is at the entrance of a small side lane along Petaling Street.
 After supper, we did a little walking and came upon "Family Mart", a Japanese convenience store franchise chain. We went in to take a look and ended up trying out these ice-creams. We like the matcha ice cream but the cheesecake ice cream taste is quite rich and needs getting use to for some of us. 
 Hubby bought a bar of Japanese chocolate to try.
 It is chocolate with cookies.
Below are some snapshots taken in Petaling Street and nearby areas.
 KL Hop On Hop Off City Tour bus.
 It would be nice to hop on this bus for a city tour but we didn't have the time.
 A church next to the hostel we stayed in.
 It has many stained glass windows.
Walking helps to burn off calories in our bodies.
 Passed by this old building of the Yan Keng Benevolent Dramatic Association which was founded in 1920, Jalan Sultan, Kuala Lumpur.
Antique signboard of a tailor's shop.


Must God tailor his justice to your demands?

Must he change the order of the universe to suit your whims?

The answer must be obvious even to you!

(Job 34:33, The Living Bible-TLB)

48 comments:

  1. If I see the chocolate, I sure end up buying it as I can't resist chocolate...

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  2. I am sure I would love cheese cake chocolate as I love cheese cake :-)) Take care Diane

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    1. I love cheese cake too. You take care too, Diane.

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  3. What an experience eating beef noodles under the open night sky. I have eaten the cheesecake ice cream but cannot remember much about it.

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    1. Yes, sometimes experiencing new things make life more interesting. Have a beautiful day!

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  4. MMM! Two of my favourites! Ice cream and chocolate!
    Great tour of the city!

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    1. Thank you, Christine. We didn't have much time, would have explore more places if we have. Have a great day!

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  5. ...Nancy, it's nice to see some of the old city still remains. I the rush to modernize it is easy to erase the old. Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your day!

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    1. Yes, Tom. I do hope they will preserve some of the outstanding old buildings and not erase them all for the sake of modernization. Enjoy your day too!

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  6. Beef noodles for me anytime! There is a Family Mart near my office and I have seen people enjoying the ice cream cones.

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    1. I heard from my friends that there are also other yummy treats served in the Family Mart. Haven't tried them yet.

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  7. So many lovely things to see and do, there's never enough time to do them all.

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    1. Time was limited and we have to wait for another trip to explore more.

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  8. I bet the smells were AMAZING!
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/10/at-this-bridge.html

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    1. Eating beef soup noodle under the open air is a wonderful experience.

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  9. So you did a lot of exploring while in KL, Nancy! Good food too...

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    1. Just the food for our meals only. Didn't explore much because there was not much time after the conference.

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  10. Ice cream and chocolate a wonderful combination.

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    1. Once in a while can indulge a bit. Have a wonderful day!

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  11. What a wonderful meal and ice cream too. Love it.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ☺

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    1. Sometimes it is good to enjoy and not think too much about dieting. Lol!

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  12. Cheesecake ice cream would do nicely!

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  13. A Wonderful city to visit, I am impressed

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  14. Looks like a very modern church. Methodist, I see! Good job snapping the denomination, because I would have asked you! they seem to have more modern type buildings then most other churches. We have quite a few close by. I love the bus!! It is a moving mural, and fun and bright. The beef and vermicelli looks very good!

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    1. If we have the time, I would want to hop on the bus. Will be fun to take a city tour. Have a great day!

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  15. Sounds like you really enjoyed Kuala Lumpur! :)

    xoxo, rae
    http://www.raellarina.net

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    1. It was quite an enjoyable weekend stay in K.Lumpur.

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  16. As usual amazing post! Have a nice day)

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  17. The hop on hop off bus is a great way to get around for visitors.

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    1. I hope I will be able to enjoy a ride on my next trip to KL.

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  18. I like looking at these stalls in their 'original' environment. Not many around already now, mostly are relocated to food courts.

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    1. I wouldn't know whether they will still be there or relocated on my next trip to KL.

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  19. Strange, my comment disappeared, it's ok I type again

    I like to see those city tour buses, look very colourful and fun

    I have never hopped onto a city tour bus before, either locally or overseas

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    1. Hi Libby, I too have not done so. I hope to get on one on my next trip to KL.

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