After Makam Mahsuri, we headed to Burn Rice at Padang Matsirat.
You will first go through lots of shops selling tidbits and souvenirs. Then you will reach the field where it was burnt. No admission fee at all.
I’m expecting black field but oppsss… It’s green! *LOL* That’s because it was burnt long time ago way back in 1800’s, of course it’s green now. Was expecting nothing can be grown there and it’s just a field of black soil. I’m so silly! Learn more here…
The day was extremely hot! Our next destination was the Seven Wells Waterfall.
Goodness! It was so hot! When we found out we had to go up the staircase to reach it, we’re a bit reluctant but still went up at the end. No stamina really… We asked everyone who came down how far more to go but they all told us we’re almost there before we even reached the sign saying we had 367 steps to go! Man… Felt like old lady. Finally when we’re up, we’re greeted with this! Felt cheated *LOL* The waterfall WAs further up but we couldn’t do it anymore, way too hot. So we just stopped here to rest. The guys went to play with the water. It’s just too hot to play even though the water was quite cold. I even had my bikini on already but no mood to play anymore with such hot sun.
Why seven wells? There are seven natural pools formed at different levels by water stream that flows down the second highest mountain of Langkawi, Mount Mat Cincang.
Going down is another misery -.-”
After that, we went to a beach. It was a scenic drive to Tanjung Rhu.
Too hot again! Quickly took some shoots and we hid under the shade. Too much sun, it’s blinding too!
It was quite late already and we had our late lunch at Restoran Seafood Anis which is located next to Tanjung Rhu Resort.
I don’t remember what we ordered, too long ago. No idea of the price too. The food was just so-so for me hence I don’t bother remembering.
It was a tiring day! We headed back to town to continue to shop and to freshen up before heading out to for late dinner on our final night here.
Of all the food places we went in Langkawi, this is my favourite place, Saloma Nasi Lemak Panas & Daun Pisang located at Eagle Square.
Basically you get to choose the curry or rendang dish to go with your nasi lemak and all served on banana leaf. We had cuttle fish and beef rendang. We also ordered a plate of roasted chicken. Meat was tender. It was satisfying and delicious! The price was reasonable too. If only we discovered this place earlier. The best meal we had. Also our last dinner in Langkawi.
Before we headed to the airport in the morning, we went for breakfast at the stalls opposite HIG Hotel Langkawi.
Ordered small plate of fried chicken. Don’t remember the taste ;p
Left: Arab bread with squid curry, lovely! Very nice!
Right: Murtabak with squid curry too. Really like the curry a lot.
No idea how much was the whole dish but it’s quite cheap, cheaper than Kuching for sure.
After breakfast, to the airport we went. Goodbye Langkawi!
Finally I’m done posting this trip. Took me 4 months for a 4 days 3 nights trip. *GULP* What will happen with my 6 days 5 nights trip in November? How long will it take for me to finish it?