Awesome Leftover Pic From Weeks Ago Sabah Trips!


I declared that it was a business trip. QE3 was invited by Air Asia and Sabah Tourism Board to cover Sunset Music Fest. If you are looking for fabulous official pics, please click here! ^^Here I’m going to spam you with lots of camwhored Queenies, travel food pics and some leftover awesome pics I would love to share in my personal crap-space!


Quick shot before landing, Sabah is so beautiful! Unlike Kuala Lumpur, Borneoland looks charming in its expansive land without skyscrapers.

04Here are my awesome tripmates, they are all famous bloggers and press media, who can you recognize?

05The Tip of Borneo, located at Kudat where we supposed to cover the Sunset Music Fest. Unfortunately drizzling for hours long till worst decision made, music festival was cancelled.


20Even so, I ain’t not upset due to Sabah great place for good food!
By the way, meet my buddy proboscis monkey hehe…



Quick breakfast after landing before moving on Kudat, we had our first breakkie at Restaurant Kak Nong.
(Top left) Soto nyonya with fish slices
(Top Right) Gado gado, some veggies mixture keropok, you can called it combination of salad & rojak, simply healthy awesome!
(Bottom Left) Mee goreng basah, now then I know Sabah version mee goreng basah isn’t something in my imagination. It exactly something like Chinese style ying-yong fried.
(Bottom Right) My favor mee goreng, thumbs up!

09Seafood gang, chicken with lemon sauce, sambal prawn & fried squid
some quick shot from lunch at Restaurant Melaka.

11My proboscis monkey join me for lunch too hehe…
12Awesome seafood meal at Kampung Nelayan floating seafood market retaurant.

14This up side down house is listed in Malaysia Guinness Book of Records. 

21Meet our friendly tour guide of the trip  Lazarus Gubi, contact him via 016 8320784 if you need one at Sabah.
He is a very patient and nice guy. :)

223D2N was a short trip, bye bye Borneo!

03Air Asia meal chicken briyani, not bad!

23I thank Air Asia and Sabah Tourism Board for this wonderful trip.
Please click here to view our official travel post.

My Travel Story Chapter 3: Temple Run

This pix looks very familiar isn’t it? This is my favor addictive mega-hit game Temple Run! Well I saw a scene some where near Phi Phi Island, when our traditional boat stop by to pick up our diving mates. The jetty was built by using lots of empty fuel tanks. They linked all empty tanks to form a road on the sea. Since the surface isn’t stationary on sea, it moves following waves. Run on it if you have chance to, to make believe that Temple Run really exist in real life. If you need help, I can let go my monsterboy McCoffee chasing behind as an evil monkey. :P

Run for your life!

My Travel Story Chapter 1: Diving At Phi Phi Island

The story was began few months ago. It was about four Padi-certificated-open-water-divers planning to dive at Krabi. These four fellow not even touch BCD after they got their PADI two years ago. Recall back memories from years ago, actually there was sixteen of them dived together. Two years later, some of them pregnant, some of them phobia of going back to sea…end up there are only four of them appear in this journey…

Here you are
ying li, khai,  my hubby n me

Just like normal tourist did, we surveyed few diving center in Krabi. We wanted to go the famous Phi Phi Island! Prices are about the same: Pick up from our hotel, 2 dives at different spot, lunch included, equipment included, sent back to hotel, it cost us 3500 baht (roughly about RM350).

Ok, this is our final decision: Local Diving! This mat salleh’s presentation was so good. He sound like a pro, till we willing to dive with him.

The nightmare began when we see this boat! Yeah, local dive with “traditional” boat. Our reaction was like: Are you kidding me? This boat should use for fishing right? It took us one and half hour from Krabi land to reach Phi Phi Island. ><

Other than these diver’s equipment, the rest didn’t look like for diving purpose. Never!

We saw this at some corner, that we believed that our lunch are really “included”… Yet, we have another experience that tourists never have before. For example, experiences life as refugees, how do them sail from their country, in a boat on wavy ocean… portray in pix below… ><

my refugee portrait (when conscious)
Luckily I am the person who able to sleep everywhere anytime, on bus, on plane, on boat…this truly save my one and a half hour when going…

We visit two places respectively Pi Leh Wall and Viking Cave.

Thank god khai brought waterproof casing for his DSLR.
All water photos coustesy of khai n ying li.

Salted till can’t open eyes…

me in diver uniform~ V^^V

me n khai

ying li

If you ask me how’s Phi Phi Island underwater world look like?  If we don’t compare with expensive diving spot like Maldives, I would tell you the best are in Malaysia honestly (Redang, Perhentian & Lang Tengah, these there places I have been visited 3 times). Water visibility are low like pix above, so I not going to post the other.

The hardest part would be getting back to the boat. The tank are so heavy, so do the five stones on my waist…

Good actor, who not feeling well actually. That was a windy day on waving sea… I feel vomit.

Not only me, whole boat tourist throw up actually. Well we have 4 couples totally on boat, another 2 pairs was from Poland and Japan.

The Poland man sea sick badly.

The most not gorgeous portrait of me, a refugee eating watermelon on boat. But nevermind, it will gone after thrown up afterward…before reaching my stomach.

Dreamy version refugee portraits.

we n beautiful Poland lady and shy local dive master.

I found out their “local diving” logo pretty much alike with superman one, what do you think?

I do not deny that Local Diving was trying to cheat on tourists who believed them in their sweet words. They convinced us to buy their package but actually provided us the worst which we do not deserve to. The fishing boat was stinky and dirty actually. The irresponsible dive master even skip away when we need him to fill in our log book! Our whole trip was fucked up after one day sea sick, and that was just begin day of our trip. We didn’t read brochure carefully they mentioned they are using traditional boat to experience local diving (small words at bottom part) Come on, who read all words during travel? If yes, if you are promoting the beauty of traditional boat, please show us the beauty of it! We found out later, same distance, speed boat (pix above) only takes half an hour when ours takes one and half hour. See the difference? We wasted two hours on the sea for…..vomit. ><lll

Please recognise this diving center with a koyak dive suit mannequin displayed in front, I proudly present you the Local Diving, Krabi.
Yes, do no enter!

My Travel Story: Sneak Peak

It was two weeks ago after last trip, and I admit all travel pix are still lying in my gears. There are tons of photo I wan to share but there is the same lousy excuse I am using all the while: I’m so busy, hell ya~ Many many thoughts appear in my mind that how should I categorized them, if not there will be quite mess. At last I decided put them in story telling way in every of my post, show time will be every Saturday 9pm. At last, I would like to special thanks to my travel buddies Mok and Ying Li get me thid fabulous pix during the trip. Stay tune~