Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Your Definitive Guide For Kuching Travellers!! *Part 3*

Ok, this would be the final inclusion of Your Definitive Guide For Kuching Travellers, the series.

There's nothing much for me to write about in this post, as we head in to BAKO NATIONAL PARK, our last final destination before my friends head back to the peninsular on tomorrow afternoon.

For those who's interested, there's a bus, (Rapid Kuching), where travellers could go to Bako from the city of Kuching for only RM3.50.

Seriously though, visiting Kuching would not be complete without visiting Bako national park. The best time to visit Bako would be on the morning, because you'll need a lot of time to explore Bako!

Pictures, are always, self explanatory.

*Warning, Lots Of Pictures!!*






























Phew, that's a lot of pics to be uploaded!!! Looks awesome, huh? We trailed, hiked, walked and swam from 8am to 2p.m and seriously the trip was soooo much fun!! The boat trip costs us RM90 and the tickets for the park is only RM5. The trip is still fresh in my memory. What a trip it was. When we went back, we ate lunch at Hartz chicken and slept at the evening.

And during the night, it was TOPSPOT!!


Oyster Egg Pancake + Sweet and Sour Tilapia Fish + Midin Sambal Belacan and Butter Prawn with some bowls of rice was only RM75! That's considered cheap for a seafood dinner meal for 4 persons. 

Visiting Kuching would not be complete without the ever famous Ikan Terubok Masin and Kek Lapis Sarawak! On the day my friends were going back, my parents gave them Ikan Terubok Masin which could be bought at the Satok Wet Market and I bought them to one of the best Kuching Kek Lapis Sarawak shop, Lapis Sari. They bought a lot of Kek Lapis on that day and one of the best things about the Kek Lapis sold at Lapis Sari was they had this vacuum pack that could prevent the cake from getting spoilt.

When they arrived at the airport, clearly I could see their sad faces- especially Mat, because he wanted to get close and personal with a Sarawakian girl- atleast, but to no avail. Better luck next time, friend. Haha.

And oh. Let's end this entry with this pic, shall we?



Even Pakatan conquers the sea now. WTF.


Hahahaha..hope you readers had fun, reading! Lol.

4 comments:

Nava.K said...

Been to Kuching a couple of times and its a great place to enjoy.

syaEYRA said...

kek lapis satu, pos sini ek :)

` Yi Han said...

Have not been to Sabah and Sarawak before. Kuching looks like a nice place, should go there one day :D

Thristhan said...

Wow, beautiful sea, love the blueish color of the ocean. You guys went around trekking in your slipers? That's daring bro :)

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