Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Family Day at Teluk Batik.

School holidays have finally arrived, and Mama's siblings decided to organize a Family Day at Teluk Batik situated at Lumut, Perak to keep the bond stronger despite the miles between us. Just so you know, it was a 4 days and 3 nights vacation.

March 15th.

It was the first day of our trip to Perak, so nothing interesting really happened that day. Except for I drove an automatic car, for the first time in my life! Never drive one before, that's why I was so excited when my aunt's allowed me to drive hers. 

At night we had a mini Tahlil feast between us. Then, 

It's barbecue time!

(Excuse the bad photography skill).

The families.

March 16th.

From Ipoh, Perak offed we all go to Lumut, Perak.

Stopped by at our home-stay to unpack our stuffs. After that we had our lunch at one of the stalls situated at Lumut Waterfront. 

& go shopping?

Luncheon, done.
Shopping (Nah, not really), done.


Let's had some fun by the beach.

I had never been to Teluk Batik, Lumut, Perak, before. Personally, I think it's just like the one at Port Dickson. Just that, it's situated at Perak instead of Negeri Sembilan. 

Beaches got differences, eh? I think they are all the same. 

Aha-ha. Ignore that.

Moment before we jumped into the sea with my boyfriend.

Okay, scratch that. My brother.

With my Mama! :-)

Thank you so much for willingly wanted to drive all the way from Bangi, Selangor to Lumut, Perak.


March 17th.

March 17th '15 marks as one of many best days I had had in the year 2015.

Want to know why?

Imma tell you, now!

 At first we wanted to go to Marina Bay, but for some reasons we had to cancel the planned. We then, decided to pay Teluk Batik a second visit.


First, let us take a selfie!

Selfie, again.

I don't know, but as for me, swimming for hours could be boring. Especially when you couldn't go anywhere far because, hey it's the ocean we are talking about. Not the ordinary swimming pool. So, we, the children, decided to play the sea games!

Guess what are they?!




Some clues. 

Any ideas?!




I have no ideas what is the name of this game but, it was really fun!

RM10 per pax.
3 to 5 people per ride.
It'll drop you!
I give, uh, 10 out of 10!

Moving on to the next game,

This is the BEST game out of all games I played.

RM10 per pax.
The price is very reasonable, so it's compulsory for you to give it a try. Or, you'll regret a lifetime!
3 people per ride. (Up to you, if you want to ride it, alone, also can).
I give, 15 out of 10! 


Banana boat!

RM5 per pax.
10 to 12 people per ride. (Depends on the size of the rider).
It would stop at the middle of the sea and allow you to swim there for a while.
It'll drop you, if you want.
I give 9 out of 10.

Lucky we all were, since we literally spent quite a lot amount of money playing the sea games, the owner decided to give RM10 of discount for the Banana boat ride. We gathered 12 people and unfortunately, found out that Angah and I weren't able to join the ride. As it would exceed to 14 passengers. 

Of course, both of us felt so wretched, but we ain't know the meaning of giving up! We gather the courage to ask the owner, if we could still join the ride, and guess what happened next?




No, we weren't allow to be on the Banana boat.


Was allowed us to ride the boat that brings the Banana boat!!!!

Hash tag, The Power of Negotiation.

"Semua benda kau naik eh!"

It was seriously the best experience I could ever have!

Meets Angah also known as Naily Athirah, everyone! She's a doctor, for your information!

Swimming in the middle of the sea!

After spending hours playing and swimming, we went back to our home-stay and had our lunch. It was the last day of our vacation to Lumut, Perak.

The grandchildren of Tok Khalid and Tok Tah!

4 out of 12 Siblings of Mohd Khalid and Tah.

The orange community!

After we had our lunch we went back to Ipoh, Perak.

March 18th.

Went back to Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor.

Home sweet home.


Just so you know, Mama had twelve siblings but only four of them were able to make it to the Family Day. I really hope the next Family Day, all the twelve of them could be gathered. As I believe to the saying, "The more the merrier".  Such event is very important to be organized as this is what keeps the bond stronger despite the miles between us. Hopefully it would be held, again, in the future.

That's all from me. Hope you people are having enjoyable holidays. x

Lots of Love, Nurzafira Sabrina.

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