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Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Breakfast At Restoran Lee Kitchen, Ipoh.

No morning walk as it was drizzling. For this particular morning, we went to a new place for breakfast. 
Passing by the Main Bus Station, Ipoh.
Our first visit to Restoran Lee Kitchen, Jalan Tokong, Taman Hoover,
(opposite Restoran Jen Jen, Ipoh).
Morning crowd.
There are many stalls selling many varieties.
Hubby's choice - Red hot curry noodle.
My choice - beef noodle.
Breakfast for 2 people, will be back to try other varieties.
Front view of Lee Kitchen.
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The following items are from the National Museum.
The above is a log coffin used for burial and many were discovered in limestone caves in Sabah. The log coffins are made from Belian, Merbau or other local hardwoods. Adult coffins measured between 6 to 12 feet while children coffins were between 4 to 6 feet. Some of these coffins are adorned with carvings depicting animals such as crocodiles, snakes, lizards and birds, especially on the covers. These burials were usually accompanied by grave good such as weapons, food, and personal adornments. This practice is still observed among the local tribes.
Stone slab burials were prevalent among the coastal communities of the Bernam Valley in Perak. This stone slab or cist grave is created with stone slabs placed one on top of the other to form a grave with the head end wider than the foot end. In existence since the Metal Age about 300 BCE, Proto History Period, ending around 1400 AD.
Dongson Burial - symbolic burial for a personage of a high social status in his community (found in several sites in Malaysia).
To cheer us up, pink Adenium from my garden.


Lord, when doubts fill my mind, when my heart is in turmoil,

quiet me and give me renewed hope and cheer.

(Psalm 94:19, The Living Bible-TLB)

36 comments:

  1. Another great breakfast. I found the information you shared about the wooden coffins most interesting, thank you for sharing.

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  2. Oh mine the curry noodles look really spicy

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    1. A bit spicy but not really spicy. Its only the red oil that makes it look very spicy.

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  3. You coffee looks strong! That was an interesting visit to the National Museum.
    Wren x

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    1. Yes, we like strong coffee or "kopi kau kau".

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  4. the curry is so red! must be very spicy hot!

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    1. It is spicy but not that spicy. It is just the red oil.

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  5. Now you got me craving for noodles! hee..hee...

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  6. ...it's interesting to see the burial customs of various societies and how they change over time. Thanks Nancy for stopping by, enjoy your day.

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  7. The coffins are amazing. I've already arranged my death, I will be cremated and I'll be placed in a angel urn in the mausoleum where my parents are in. I plan on placing a small yellow Cameo car just like my car. I plan on zooming away. LOL See ya Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. Yes, it is good to arrange to make things easier for your love ones.

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  8. restaurant looks clean and food sounds delicious...yummy
    Have a wonderful day

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  9. Looks good, Nancy! Must bookmark this place!!

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  10. I love all things noodles. I would love to try some of each of these dishes. I think I'd like the hot one the best.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. I always prefer hot and spicy to the plain noodles.

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  11. It looks like a great breakfast.

    Burial customs can be very fascinating to study.

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  12. I find the museum displays fascinating!

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  13. That red curry mee looks good. I like beef noodles too.

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    1. Actually my first preference was curry mee but since hubby ordered it, I go for something different so we get to try more.

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  14. Thanks for joining the Happy Tuesday Blog Hop.

    Have a great day. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee for hosting. Have a great day too.

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  15. I love it when you show me old things...so interesting.

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  16. Interesantes las antigüedades y bonita la flor. Besitos.

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  17. Very nice, Nancy. Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2019/05/home-made-salami.html

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