Sunday, May 26, 2013

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

We took another trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This time we were there for 4 days and the main reason was to do medical checkups at Sunway Medical Centre. We spent almost 2 whole days at the hospital seeing a few different doctors, including a dentist for our regular scaling. I must admit that our 5 years old was very cooperating. Giving him a pen and papers to draw and he was happy.  We may have to go back in about a month for a few follow-ups. Nothing to worry about.

We managed to do a little sightseeing. We took another visit to Petronas Twin Towers. It's pretty impressive, don't you think? This time, we didn't take a ride up. It is a nice view of the city from up there but I think once is good enough. 




And a MUST-Try dessert at Meet Fresh, originally from Taiwan. We were there two nights in a row. I could eat this everyday, lol. I love the fact that they not too sweet and they are healthier choice compared to other desserts.



Until next time!

13 comments:

  1. Sounds like an interesting trip!You got a lot done in just four days.

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  2. This is a wonderful post and very interesting photos. Thank you for sharing.
    Julie and Blu

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  3. Great photos and the food looks interesting!
    Lisa

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  4. What a beautiful city. I love the park with the lake; it looks like such a peaceful place. Now I want one of those desserts - they look yummy!

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  5. Tell me more about the sweets! I enjoyed a glimpse of a place I'll likely never experience. Thank you for posting.

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  6. Sounds like a wonderful trip, Nat. Glad you have an excuse to go back soon. ;)

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  7. So glad that you could fit in a little fun during your trip to the medical center. Some of those desserts look yummy!

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  8. Thanks everyone who dropped by and left kind comments.

    Pamela @Pebbles at my Feet, the dessert is a mix of taro, sweet potatoes, tofu pudding and some herbal jelly. It's really delightful. You can pick and choose what you'd like, and have them served cold or hot. I like sweets that is light and not too sweet and this is it!

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  9. Looks like a very interesting place, and the desserts look tempting.

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  10. Sounds like y'all had a nice trip. Wonderful pictures. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Fascinating! Have always wanted to visit Kuala Lumpur - now I REALLY want to after reading this! Thank you for sharing.

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  12. Wonderful! I was born there...my mother is Malaysian. Haven't been there in over ten years, would love to go back one day.

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