You see, I am someone who loves traveling and eating. But I hate the planning part. You know, the hassle of calling up each hotel and see if it’s available.
We decided to run the road trip without planning or any room reservation on this long weekend (Wesak Day). On Saturday morning, we went along the Coastal way of Penisular Malaysia, starting from Sungai Buloh.
We just drove on till we reached Kuala Selangor.
I have never been to the rural areas of the coastal way, and at the same time we got to save up the toll fees.
“The Leaning Tower of Pisa” Malaysian Version
After 3 hours of driving, we finally reached Teluk Intan which was also known as Teluk Anson. Hit a coffee shop for a quick lunch before we drove on to Lumut.
We stopped at Teluk Batik in the evening to enjoy the soft sea breeze caressing our skins.
From Teluk Batik, we continued further inward across Ayer Tawar and Ipoh enroute to Cameron Highlands
With no room reservations, we were lucky to get a room at Hotel Equatorial. It so happened a guy called up an hour ago to cancel his reservations. Thank God!
The weather in Camerons is always cool and refreshing. But this time around, there was a massive traffic jam at Brinchang, defilling the fresh mountain range air with exhaust fumes.
The ignorant drivers that started to cut queue added to the throbbing nausea.
Roti Ayam of Kampar
On the next day, we drove from Cameron Highlands down to Tapah and arrived at Kampar. We decided to try the ever famous “Chicken Curry Bread” at Kampar’s Restoran Yau Kee.
It was good but I find it expensive for RM20.00 per dish.
And outside the Restoran Yau Kee, this is what we found out.
How could they roast chickens outside and worst still, hanging on the gas cylinders.
It is SO UNHYGIENIC!!!