Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Seremban, Malaysia Holiday Part 3

What to do in Seremban, Malaysia? Here is the final entry on it..
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Visit to Seremban, Malaysia - Part 1


Here are the pics again...
What else?... But more food....

The original place that Michael wanted to bring us to for beef noodles wasn't open...
Then he told us the Dad of the boss has a shop at the market Pasar Besar Seremban (which translates to Seremban's Big Market)...

We decided to head there and I'm glad we did...
Been a while since I went to a "real" market in Singapore...
These wet markets are fast disappearing in Singapore...


Pasar Besar Seremban - www.ginsengtonic.blogspot.com
Vegetables at Pasar Besar Seremban - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com
More vegetables at Pasar Besar Seremban - www.ginsengtonic.blogspot.com

At pasar besar seremban - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com
Seremban Market - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com

People watching at Seremban Wet Market - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com

Taking a break at Seremban Pasar - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com

Mixed Rice Stall at Paser Besar Seremban - www.ginsengtonic.blogspot.com


Here's the Beef Noodles Stall...
Beef Noodles Stall at Pasar Besar Seremban - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com
Beef Noodles at Seremban, Malaysia - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com
Beef Noodles at Pasar Besar Seremban, Malaysia - ginsengtonic.blogspot.com


After the yummy food... There was shopping to be done...



Well... at least for Wifey...





We did a bit of shopping as well at a shopping center with Jusco and Factory outlet among others...
Massage was also very cheap... The cost of Wifey's 1hour Foot Massage and my body massage was RM$55...

Nice short getaway....

--Ginseng Tonic Maker-- Cheap and good...


5 comments:

˙·٠•●♥ Stephanie ♥●•٠·˙ said...

Nice pictures! XD

Benjamin Ang said...

Thank you!... that's a great encouragement...
I'm just starting to play around with photo-taking =)

MiqTravellers said...

First time we get to see Seremban from others' point of view. Nice pictures! :)

Benjamin Ang said...

@Miq: Hi!.. Tks for dropping by...

IyouweBlog.com said...

shuld try the hakka noodles and lai fen (rice noodles)! =)

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