Wednesday, 28 July 2010

My Holidays in China


Wow how long has it been? 2 weeks? I've been spending my days in China and I must admit its been really tiring...
And nyeh, of course, 
fun and life-changingEnough said.

Everything wouldn't be possible without Jeri and his family's generousity. Jeri had done so much, he tried his very best to take care of me during the trip. 
Here I am to say that I am truly grateful! (I may not look like it, but I really do!)
Anyhow, before I make individual post about my trip,let me summarize everything first. 

Went to Macau - Asia's very own Las Vegas. 
A place filled with casinos, and exciting nightlife with bright colourful signs.

Just so you know, I didn't go there to gamble! It was interesting enough to watch people, plus some of the famous casinos were full of wonders. 
Like the Venetians!
 A place that looks like Venice - Only that it doesn't smell fishy, and it's INDOOR!! 

Macau has a lot of other places to see since it has a rich historic and cultural heritage. (Used to be under Portuguese)
For example, the ruins of St.Paul's Cathedral (built in 1602).

After Macau. Stanley (Southeastern part of HK island) 
Me and my friends had afternoon High Tea there in the Murray House.

Stanley beach in search of bikini babes. 

We even went cruising for 1 night!
Although the place is full of grannies, its actually really nice!
Err..everything there was pretty expensive though! =_=
It was just too bad I didn't try swimming on the big ship.

Next. Our trip to Mainland China!
Hangzhou
Visited Leifeng Pagoda.
On the top floor - beautiful scenery of the West Lake - the landmark of Hangzhou

Then we watched a beautiful live performance. 
Next day. 
We finally stepped onto Shanghai
A very crowded city!

Then,
the reason why we went to Shanghai in the 1st place. 
World Expo! 
And of course, I went to my country's, the Brunei pavilion
Quite small but nice.
Damn lucky we were. Got the chance to see the Bruneians performing our beautiful traditional danceThe chinese audience gone crazy! 
After they acknowledged our same origin, the staff let me take pictures with the dancers. 
My gawd, Thank you very much! ^^ I felt very honoured!
Sorry to cause the chaos though (Some chinese woman got really angry for letting only me and jeri's family in taking pictures with them)

And then....
That's it! 
Thats the whole story. 
If I do have the mood later, I would definitely post about some of the trips in detail yea. 

Til then. 

16 comments:

☆rabbito-bonbon☆ said...

woah~~~ (*O*) china is a very beautiful country ♥

i wish i could replace jerry's place XDXD lol (^_~)

**~Pu-3~** said...

Lol~ you'd replace jeri so that we both can long around china together yes? Awwwww :D We'd be really lost, unless you can speak chinese XD Everytime i asked for help, they just ran away!

Dolce♥Bunny said...

WOW!!! Your trip is amazing! i never knew there are places in China that is so modern... (I'm a bit slow on that thought) But Amazing! You're so lucky and I would really love to visit there one day! And you look so adorable in all the pictures!!
I didn't know you're Bruneian!! My bf is from Brunei :D

Tekkaus said...

Wow! I wanna go to China too. :D

Ken said...

what a wonderful trip in china! i have never been there, other than hong kong.

~KawaiiParadise~ said...

Now I'm really jealous XD. Such beautiful pictures, I really want to travel to China soon ^^.
~XOXO Charlotte

MizArWeN said...

d China Pavillion's so big! Gosh! my eyes opened so big wen i read d post. Lol. all d dancers Bruneian? wat f dey were all Chinese? kekeke...atu handal...

LoveStory said...

wah! the world expo!!! wahhhhh!!!!! amazing.
the next time i'm goin for an adventure to those places you already went to, am going to ask for your guidance xD..
ahaha
bh post more in detail soonies..yes? eheh

**~Pu-3~** said...

[Dolce bunny] I thought the same way to about China! But the places i went to are tourist attractions, so of course they should be beautiful haha. Waah im shocked! Your bf is from Brunei? I have no idea!

**~Pu-3~** said...

[Mizarwen] Yesshh! The chinese pavilion is huge!! And u have to que 8-9hours to get in! Brunei one.. macam the smallest hehehe, and it took only 5minute to que LOL

Lol~ the bruneian dancers face looks so bruneian laaa~ that is so weird if they're not. But other that the dancers and head staff, semua orang cina (tapi ada pengetahuan Brune lol!). This is because the chinese visitors mostly doesnt understand English at all.

**~Pu-3~** said...

[LoveStory] Lol, if you ask me to guide you to china next time guarantee sasat tu babe whahaha. Aku ikut tour cina baaa, Jeri and his family yang translate untukku. :P

jellytelly_ri-chan said...

oh gosh!!! I wanna go Macau !!! so prettyy!!!! looks like you've got lots of fun!!!!makes me regret not heading down to the expo when I was in HK..... but sadly I couldn't get the tix...

I shall put China as one of the travel places that I wanna go soon~~~

☆rabbito-bonbon☆ said...

i only know "wo ai ni, ni ai wo mah??" haha XDXD


waohh~~ you make me shock too XDXD kita ani pun pandai cakap melayu XDXD

MizArWeN said...

@rabitto-aiiii...ure not chinesekh? *scratch head*

**~Pu-3~** said...

[jellytelly_ri-chan] Yes Macau is beautiful! Im wondering why i didnt go there last year when i went to hk, its only 1.5hour from HK! :P U should go there next time :) you wont regret it!

**~Pu-3~** said...

[rabbito] whoa, did I guess right? U donno how to speak chinese?
When u say 'kita' u mean 'us' or 'you'? If it means 'you' im going so shock! :P

[Mizawen] Im not sure too, but its very common that many chinese in Southeast Asia don't know how to speak chinese :P

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