TGI Friday @ Pavillion


TGIF (Thank God, It’s Friday) is one of the famous restaurant chain in worldwide. I went to the one which located at Pavillion, KL. There was a 3 in 1 Fuiyo celebration with my colleagues conjunction with one birthday and two farewell event. That’s why.

The photographs below were taken by famous photographer offline and online, Kevin Loh.

T.G.I Friday @ Pavillion

Before I come to know this restaurant, my mind was never thought of the food served there. My impression was on Western food, nothing than steak with red wine. My perception was proven wrong when actually it served the local delicacies together with its style.

The foods are equal high quality and tempted which attract my appetite that day and going forward.

We ordered few main courses which each course is cost us RM39.90 (excl tax). The thing that I like about this course meal promotion is I can shared with two person and it’s still enough to fill up the stomach. The meal set comes with 1 Appetizer, 1 Entree and 1 Desert.

My Shrimp Martini is just as small as a cup with decoration.

Friday’s Chicken.

Sizzling Chicken and Cheese is my Entrees. It served my appetite very well. I love it.

Main course can be as simple as Fish & Chips for light eater.

My desert of Cookies N Cream which is a big cup of ice-cream.

Dinner at TGIF will make you think deeply on what is the next appetite  to try. She is asking what else we want to order. She don’t know and asked us to decide.

And he is thinking on the next appetite. Hmm.

Teh and Kevin (the man behind the scene).

Funny staff is helping us with birthday celebration moment. He made all of us laugh.

Guys group, even though we look like big eater, actually, we’re sharing some course meal too. Sharing is caring, everybody can taste it.

All of us for 3 in 1 Fuiyo celebration at Pavillion.

Post dinner capture at Pavillion to make a memorable moment forever.

The promotion of 3 Course Meal is still on-going and I plan to go again next time to try the other courses with my beloved. Sharing is just so lovely, that’s what the course meal try express to us.

Steamboat @ Manjalara


A popular steamboat restaurant at Manjalara, Kepong. Me and the entire colleague team went for ‘makan-makan’ (eating) in conjunction with Chinese New Year atmosphere. The cost per person is RM14, a very standard price for most of the steamboat eateries.

Seafood and vegetables are so fresh as what you look in the picture below.

Maybe the color is cheating you but the fresh feel is real.

Sate is one of the popular food in Malaysia, especially in Kajang. Good taste when eat together with sauce, cucumber and onion slices.

Girl group, don’t know why since when taking pictures also like this, can’t mix one. I thought lunch only practicing such way. Sigh.

Guys group, actually we have gender equality finally, compare to the time I joined which is 1:5 ratio.

After steamboat dinner, all of us went to Aaron’s house for mahjong and poker.

Gym Relocation


Finally, the gym that I go not quite frequent will be moving to Lot 10 start from 11 Mar until 25 Mar 2009. Within this period, whoever is holding home membership can continue to workout at Mid Valley or Sunway Pyramid outlet as a complementary choice.

It is a GREAT NEWS to know that the new outlet will be having a 5 star swimming pool facility nearby. I can swim and will swim very often. My membership will end at Jan 2011 and it’s still long to go.

There is a walk distance from my office to Lot 10 which will take 10 minutes estimation. I’m not sure whether it’s a good or not but then I believe the MSC facility is definitely need an upgrade and renovation.

Hope to see new environment soon.

The Mines Wonderland


The Mines Wonderland is a theme-park with variety of entertainment and with numerous multi-colored night light. It was built on former mining pool and has various attraction such as laser show, musical fountain, snow house and a wide range of water sport activities on the lake.

The Mines Wonderland

15 February 2009

It has been a long while since my last visit, probably more than 10 years ago. My visit this time is just for fun and coincidentally on the Valentines Day mood with my dear. After many years, my curiosity has built up.

The entrance has moved to the amphitheater side, so we need to walk a distance to reach there.

Price for an adult is RM35 with senior citizen is RM25 and child is RM23. Kind of expensive and the park is not live up its expectation. No wonder not many visitors on the weekend. I thought something should be going wrong.

Nevertheless, you still seeing some beautiful landscape catered for Chinese New Year and Flora Festival that still going on.

What I notice at the first is roller coaster is no longer there. The winter house is no longer have snow however, the temperature is still maintain as before. It’s no longer called Snow House but Four Season Garden.

The current season is Spring. Winter is already over, so no snow.

Among all, I found that this small tower is the best!

From the entrance towards the park, I saw Coin Garden. This garden houses local coins and some foreign coins. Local coins from 1 cent until 1 ringgit. The coin is not small, almost as tall as an adult.

My most favorite RM1 gold coin which is no longer use in Malaysia.

One of the big foreign coin.

On the lakeside, there is Giant Dragon Sculpture. I find it new and interesting.

Does dragon tortoise represent anything? I don’t know.

At night, the light will shine those dragons. It become an antique look.

I stumble upon this unknown park which housing various animal statues such as bear, deer, elephant, pigeon and etc. It’s actually an abandon mini golf in landscaped park.

Mural that getting tear off. Originally very nice and real but spoil totally.

Nothing can beat this dirty water. Aiksss…FYI…I took a photo here a decade ago. Up-to-date, it wasn’t even one change!

The Secrets of Tiger is just an exhibition with lots of picture and fact articles.

A giant tiger statue in front of its house.

Garden Boat is located opposite tiger’s house and had a dominating ride there. Nobody is riding except both of us.

This birdcage-like boat takes you on a cruise along a 200 metres canal.

Canal water is moving slowly and we enjoy green environment very much.

The park is housing various kinds of animals and it scattered around in their cages. Statue animal can be found as well. Some of the special species of tigers, peacocks and parrots are having their own park and section.

Light Fantasy On Water with giant animated aquatic animals decorated with numerous multi-colored lights floats proudly on the lakeside.

Axe moon shape at night.

Vriesea & Topiary Garden.

Vintage Car is where you can drive it along and round the fish pond where you can experience nostalgic moments. Nearby the station, there is a fish feeding on mostly koi.

Musical Fountain is one of the attraction that still represent Mines Wonderful uniqueness in local tourism. Incorporating light, musical and water, the “water dance” is a spectacular sight.

Laser show is also available with multimedia presentation. Magic show comes after that. I started to become boring and go back after the show.

Restaurant and other cafe facilities are maintain so so and not many varieties. More places is worth to visit such as Road Tram, Unity Fountain,  Unity Train, White Kingdom and etc.

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