Hi, Hong Kong.

Since i was working in Macau, i took the opportunity to explore Hong Kong. Have been watching TVB Dramas since i was a teenage and from what i learnt there is that Hong Kong is a very busy city, and indeed correct! The streets here are very crowded, people are always seem rushing and restaurants are always have limited time to dine in. The waiter / waitress will actually ask you to pay the bill once they notice you had finish the meal. Well, time is gold!

During our 2D1N trip the attractions we managed to visit are Choi Hung Estate, Victoria Harbour, Disneyland, Lan Kwai Fong, Causeway Bay, Ocean Park and The Peak. If you ask me, i probably won’t re-visit Hong Kong because there are not much to do here in my opinion, unless for a quick stop maybe.

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Kampung Buli Sim Sim

Kampung Buli Sim Sim is a water village on stilts, where the original settlement Sandakan grew from. It lives the local fishermen families in the wooden houses and was separated into chinese and the malay village distinguished by the bridges. There are a few seafood restaurants located in the village, as well as some small hawker restaurants.

The famous seafood dumpling, something different (:

Local famous tourist restaurant, 88 Sim Sim.

Kampung Buli Sim Sim
Jalan Buli Sim Sim, 90000, Sandakan, Sabah, East Malaysia

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Gim Men Teppanyaki, Port Dickson

Came here to try their famous three flavour fish (三味鱼) and stuffed crab (釀蟹壳).


No menu will be given because everything is written on a white board (the one hanging on the left). What they have is grilled fish, prawn, sotong, lala, otak-otak, stuffed crab, boneless duck, taufu, beansprout, sweet potato leaf, four angle bean, claypot yee mee, claypot mee hun kuih and beer.

The little boy ran out to collect raw fishballs from the supplier. What a helpful kid! *hands clap*

Three flavour fish (三味鱼). It was grilled with banana leaves together with 3 different kind of sauces. Also come with homemade fishballs stuffed meat and lady fingers. Yummy!

We also ordered a fried taufu, fried lala and stuffed crab.

Written up there “please use mandarin to communicate”.

Gim Men Teppanyaki
No.103, Kampung Arab, 71000, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan
Tel: 06-647 4271
Opening Hours
Thursday – Sunday: 11am – 2.30pm & 5pm – 10.30pm

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