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Monday, November 16, 2009


A relaxing and enjoyable resort with a touch of 'class'!

Beautiful palm trees at the beach.

Can have 'candle light dinner' for two by the beach.
Having fine dining and watching sunset at the same time.

Walking by the beach after a few rounds of badminton
at the recreation area.

Beautiful landscape as we walk to the restaurants. They
offer ala carte and steamboat too.

They also offers aromatherapy spa, an open space library,
and free wifi connection with computer desktops.

Traditional cultures are found everywhere at this resort.
Back to nature, back to culture :)

My favorite dessert ~ lava cake with ice cream!
You must try, deliciously yummy!

The meals are all inclusive in the package of
3 days 2 nights stay. Their 'keropok basah' is
fabulous, not forgetting the roti boom with kaya!


Merryn said...

NICE.. came back from a relaxing getaway eh? :)

MeRy said...

nice holiday place..

iriene said...

Dear Merryn and MeRy,

Thanks for your comments. Yes, it is truly a great place for a relaxing vacation/getaway!

anusha said...

hi there! the lava cake looks so tempting! looks like a really great place :)

Mummy Gwen said...

Wow..what a great and relaxing holiday. The lava cake looks absolutely delicious. :D

S said...

Nice photography really appreciated for your work

JamesKYTan said...

Yes, Tanjong Jara is in Trengganu.
I have been there before. It is a
superb place for holidays.

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

I have been to Terengganu once but just a short while to see turles lay eggs:-)

Keropok basah? Errr....A crunchy keropok but basah already?

Mummy Moon said...

I never hear of this place before, I am so ulu eh

iriene said...

Dear Anusha & Mummy Gwen : Yes, the lava cake is delicious!

James : Great you enjoyed your holiday there :)

iriene said...

Dear Sarah's Daddy & Mummy :

Keropok basah is the koropok which has not been sliced yet. It is soft and after deep fried eat with the chilie sauce..Wow, delicious! Can be found sold at some road side stalls.

Dear Mummy Moon : It is in Terengganu :)

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Hi Iriene,

Ok ok...Now I got what you meant by keropok basah. I like it too.