#300: own crisis…

sometimes it is just not easy to make decision. nobody wants to regret over any decision made. many times i wanted to leave the group but somehow I’m reluctant. I don’t know why I chicken out every time. i felt that is still not time yet. maybe i compared too much between kajang team and pj team. they are 2 different teams of the same faction. both sides play the game differently.

based on own opinion.

pj team more fun, more relaxing, more crazy. talking to the other faction is not a problem because this is a social game where we should have all the fun, meet new people, and it doesn’t matter which faction. however, kajang team is more tense. it is only recently i have such thoughts. i know both teams play differently.

#299: water crisis again..

if you knew no water this week, what will you do? keep spare water right? or you’ve been keeping spare water or the while? most Chinese families will keep extra water in tanks, tubs, etc. i mean.. this is not the first time, so why aren’t you guys keeping extra water? that tub out there is not enough for so many people! you should know that..  but you don’t seem to bother when there’s water. can you imagine if suddenly you have stomach ache and no water to flush? do you relieve yourself or hold?

#298: Chin Swee Caves Temple: Part 2

Read Part 1 if you haven’t.

Most of the photos here taken by my friends during the day trip. With their permissions, I am sharing here with you. They are placed in random orders. Click on the photos to get a bigger view.

Now… I got more photos to share.

13th floor.
13th floor.

The temple compound is spacious. Except that there are parts under renovation.

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Fairy comes down to earth "仙女下凡"
Fairy comes down to earth “仙女下凡”

From afar, they look real. Actually all the statues here look real from afar.

main temple.
main temple.

This place is really amazing! Look at the pillars… Each and every details are so delicate and professional. I just can’t imagine how the craftsmen crafted the masterpieces on the pillars. The whole place looks so grand!

this is on of the temple rooftops with dragon.
this is on of the temple rooftops with dragon.

Bye!

#297: Chin Swee Caves Temple: Part 1

Yesterday, we went to Chin Swee Caves Temple, Genting Highlands. The first time we went there was night. Coming here day and night is different. The atmosphere is different; colder at night and slight bugs disturbance, but the view is beautiful with lights everywhere; as for day, for me is not cold because i don’t need my cardigan at all. But you get to see the surroundings better, the temple is open for visit.

part of a beautiful view that caught my eyes. it is now my phone wallpaper.
part of a beautiful view that caught my eyes. it is now my phone wallpaper.

Almost forgot to snap the view. I can’t snap at night when it was so dark. It looks so harmonious with layers of green hills/mountains with layers of blue/white sky. It is just natural beauty.

I don’t like going to any temples. I hate those burning incense hat irritates my eyes and nostrils. I sensitive to smoke. I had to like cover my nose with my palm when I walked pass those burning urn area.

Most of the photos here taken by my friends during the day trip. With their permissions, I am sharing here with you. They are placed in random orders. Click on the photos to get a bigger view.

Chin Swee Caves Temple is one place that you should visit, at least once. I saw not only Malaysians, but foreigners too. It is amazing how this place can attract worldwide visitors.

the first view you see when you open the window.
the first view you see when you open the window.

See… Where in the city do we get to see this view? Everywhere is pack with people, vehicles and roads.

so many turtles. so big.
so many turtles. so big.

Turtles…. I saw these on the night we went. I totally forgotten about them until I saw this photo. On the first night, we climbed the dark and not nice for me to climb stairs. The second time, we took the lifts, I didn’t go out to this area.

journey to enlightenment
journey to enlightenment

I really have no idea where is this. I don’t practice the religion I was in so I have no idea what it means.

Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong huge statue.
Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong huge statue.

This statue is actually huge. I need a translator here to tell me what are the Chinese words saying. I don’t understand a thing!

I am not going into history because I am just sharing photos here, and what I want to say. Please do own history research. Thank you!

There are many statues in the compound. Some big, some small, and some extra big.

andybuddha
huge sitting Buddha.

It is so big that you can see it from far. I am impressed on how the craftsmen work this huge statue. It is not a small project because it takes time and sweat and all the hard work to finish it.

It was drizzling on our day trip. But still… there is cool breeze, you won’t feel hot unless you sweat yourself.

day view Pagoda
day view Pagoda

There was a night view photo but I don’t have it anymore in my phone. Guess I deleted it.

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behind him is a praying place which I don’t know the name.
my unusual selfie.
my unusual selfie.

Part 2……