Tamparuli's Escape

Good day Blogger! By the time you read this, I probably on a plane for another escape holiday. Last week, during Wesak's Public Holiday, me and my co-workers went to Tamparuli for a little escape. I was hesitating at first since I rarely go out for a trip with others but I'm glad I went along well with them. Mr J pick me up early at 9 AM and then we went to picked up another co-wo along the way. We ate breakfast at IP Cafe, Gaya Street but I didn't take any photos because oh well, I am so hungry at that time. HA HA HA.

Partners in crime for a day. Mr J & Mr P.

Caption. "We must take a picture of us with the Famous Jambatan Tamparuli" HAHA. I keep pestering them to sing that song. :3

One of the reason why we opt for Tamparuli because of this Fair. To be honest, nothing much happened here tho. 

 I am more interested on these cutie barbie doll with Sabahan Traditional customes. 

This one is traditional dress for the Irranun ethnic in Sabah.

Because there's nothing much going on at the Fair, we decided to drop by and visit the Up Side Down's House or "Rumah Terbalik".

I really like this picture. I was like "Oh gosh, they said cannot touch the car but I am touching it" BAHAHAHA

I also want to go tabalik like that. HEHE

Overall, the house actually pretty normal except that everything is up side down. Ticket for entrance will be RM10 which Mr J said not worthy at all. HAHA. We went inside for less than 10 minutes and that it is. Pretty dull. However, we stop by at the souvenir shop and Mr P was shopping to the max while me and Mr J sit down at the Cafe enjoying the calm view and expensive drinks. wtf.

Good company. Good talks. Good trip. 

Hopefully more road trips to come in the future with these awesome co-wo. As I really enjoyed talking with them. HE HE HE.


Till then.
Fay
xoxo

Comments

  1. The barbie doll does not resembles sabahan at all despite the baju..suma mata biru! haha
    Been to the upside down house and ya does not worth it.. Rm10 I rather go and have mee tuaran but atleast I already know what is inside la :D

    Happy Holiday! Have fun :D

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  2. The upside down house was really cool!

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  3. What a lovely post, Fay; stories told as they should be. People ought to know more about Sabah to be honest. Well, this fellow Sabahan from Sandakan just started following your blog today. Hope to have you on board mine too.
    My blog: http://www.vincequek.com

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  4. always wanted to go to that rumah terbalik, coz when i went last time i missed that part of sabah!

    Btw blogwalking here! :)

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