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Girls trip to Sabah


Memorial weekend after I had my HSG test, Mary, Kak Ju, Nini and I got to fly down to KK to spend three blissful days hanging out with our dear friend from uni, Jessica. The five of us studied together in UPM SIX years ago so we decided a reunion was a great excuse for me to ditch the husband and my little girl and have some serious girl-time in Sabah. Lucky for us Jess is an amazing host and planned everything out perfectly.

A few of the highlights were our stay at J Residence, the upside-down house in Tamparuli, Kundasang wet market, Desa Cattle Farm Kundasang, Luanti River Kelah fish spa and Sabah tea farm.

It was so refreshing to be with old friends and enjoy my first trip to north Borneo... and I can officially declare that I have covered most of the states in Malaysia (haven't cover Labuan yet!). yipsss!

My Instagram update for this photo: Waking up to this! -Our stay at J Residence Kundasang, the view is so breathtaking :)
Enjoying my morning view:)
The five of us at Desa Cattle farm Kundasang. The view of Kinabalu mount was blocked by the thick cloud.

We then headed to Tagal Luanti in Ranau and had fun time soaking our feet in the river and tickled by Klah fishes. You can see our funny faces and those are really sweet memories of us!
Our epic jump at Sabah tea after lunch.
We had great dish at Jalan Tuaran; Lokan.
Later that night we had dinner at the foot hill of Mount Kinabalu.
We had local food dish named Hinava Sada (Raw Fish Salad) that taste so great I almost finished up the whole plate :)

The day before upon arrival in KK, we went to the upside-down house located in Tamparuli. Nothing much except the upside down house and all the furniture that has been glued upside down on the ceiling-technically the floor of the house. You need to pay RM10 for the entrance.
Our Prado ride a.k.a Jess' parents car :) hehe!
Mary and I at the foothill of Mount Kinabalu
Kak Ju and I shopping at the wet market Kundasang..
We also had durian session somewhere at the roadside heading to Kundasang. I can say the trip was great and I really hope that we can spent more time together like this. Ok let's plan for our next trip girlsss!!!!


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