After dinner, we drove up to Batu Ferringhi this evening, pay a short visit to Hard Rock Hotel. As we walked in the main lobby, I’m captivated by the Hard Rock light systems hanging from the high ceiling. it’s gorgeous! As mentioned in their website, its unconventional and entirely contemporary.
A new painting is done today “The Connection” … inspired by Penang Bridge that connecting Penang island and the main land.
The construction of expanding the Penang Bridge to 3 lanes drive way is almost completed, traffic is smoother now. Good for those who travels everyday via the bridge between Penang and Butterworth.
on my way back to SP … Padi Field … along the highway … please click on the photo for larger view
Last sunday, we had a relaxing free afternoon, we went for Char Kuoy Teow near Huat Teng Cafe at Hill Side, Tanjong Tokong. While we were eating, out of a sudden, a Hindu Prayers Parade passes by the street. The crowd is overwhelming. Many people from the area joined the crowd for praying. Then, the parade continued […]
Yesterday evening, Khoo and I visited our client in Sg. Pinang then after we stopped by Malihom orchard. We parked our car down hill and hiked up.. it took us about 20 minutes .. along the track.. enjoyed the beautiful view of the sunset, it was so beautiful .. and relaxing with the cooling breeze. […]
One of the thing that I love about Nagore Road (where my studio is now), is the beautiful “Kaki Lima” the walkway in front connecting the shop houses. I guess in olden days, people walk along Kaki Lima and do shopping from one shop to another. It is good in this hot weather of Malaysia […]
Visited a customer house this morning. Attracted by the vintage building, it is a English colonial design, the whole house was build on solid wood. the house is surrounded by windows. I feel, the most beautiful art in a home sometime is the window, as it brings in the lights and the beauty of nature […]
On July 7th, 2008, there are 8 new sites been added to the UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Melaka and Georgetown, Penang Malaysia are one of them! Here is the inscribed of MELAKA and Georgetown: Melaka and George Town, historic cities of the Straits of Malacca (Malaysia) have developed over 500 years of trading and cultural […]
yesterday, went to steamboat at Goh Huat Seng, Kimberly Street, Penang. with my parents and sister. It is a traditional type of steamboat, using charcoal for the burning… haha. compare to the modern electronic steamboat. this is more fun and exciting.. 🙂 because the fire cannot be controled.! it goes with the wind …. fire […]