Friday, June 29, 2012
Holiday in Sarawak (Kuching) Day 2
It's Day 2 and the last day in Kuching. We embark off early for breakfast.
A very nice breakfast shop that I don't get from Kota Kinabalu.
The boss of the stall was extremely friendly!
And the shop was popularly known for it's Spinach Noodles.
Here's the Lamb Stew Spinach Noodle. Soft and tasty lamb meat.
The Beef Spinach Noodle, Beefed up beef with strong taste and delicious soup.
And my favorite, the Kon Lau Spinach Noodle. Nicely done sauce and delicious spinach noodles.
Not too distant away from the shop lurks a Off-Road Modified Mitsubishi Pajero Evolution
Next stop, was this place for late breakfast. It was a very hot day, I was sweating like mad.
We came for this little stall....
...that serves Kuching Laksa. One of the featured food of Sarawak delicacy.
Rich taste and vibrant colors to strike anyone who loves spicy and sour noodles.
We also tried Kuching's Kon Lau Mee (Ko Lok Mee)...
...and the Kuching's original Popiah (they don't really call this spring roll I think)
Most of the shops in Kuching shows this sign. We never really had that in Kota Kinabalu.
Soon after, we headed to Damai Beach, just North West of Kuching.
With the beautiful beach of course and..
...the beautiful scenery especially the symbol of Sarawak...
...and this is also where I did one of my "366 Days of Danbo" shots.
Turn yourself at the back and you'll see this beautiful mountain filling the background.
The structures around the area were amazing.
As we took the time to drive back into Kuching City, we had our late lunch here. A themed restaurant that specialized in Malay Cuisines.
When I mean themed, I really do mean themed.
With a large variety, we had to try...
The standard Nasi Lemak...
...and the special Nasi Ayam Penyet.
As we were trying to get some stuff for our next journey in a mall, we stopped by on this Bubble Tea Shop.
It really felt like a Japanese-themed Bubble Tea Stall.
And of course, why take pictures of the shop without ordering one? This is the Hokkaido Bubble Milk Tea which in short, is also known as Roasted Bubble Milk Tea.
As we ended buying stuff for our next journey (road trip), we went to have our Evening meal. This is a weird yet works Sprite + Green Tea Lemon drink....
...and a Banana Oreo Milkshake. Weird but it tastes nice.
For food, we had a thick Potato Curry noodle...
...and Fried Chicken with Onion Sauce and Fried Rice.
To end our night, we had a late dinner in this German Restaurant.
Looked similar to our Upperstar restaurant, but ours don't serve this..
Known as the 'Hungry Dinosaur', it's a meal consists of a variety of German Sausages, Pork Ribs and Chicken Chop.
Stay tuned for Day 3, where I embark off from Kuching to Miri by car.