We Miss Home

Oct 19, 2007

We drove to Boh Tea Gardens for breakfast before hitting back to Melaka. The road is really narrow & winding. Be patience as it would require some times to reach the plantation. We visited the factory after our breakfast. There is no one to show us around but luckily I had a tour guide with me. Who? Hubby B lor. Before leaving, we bought 2 boxes of green teas & 2 pieces of T-shirt as a rememberance. Btw, we came to know that the view at Sungei Palas Tea Centre is much greater than BOH Tea Gardens. It was located near the EQ Resort.

Have you tried Bidor Duck Noodle Soup before? If not, I will recommend you to stop by at this restaurant named Pun Chun Chicken Biscuits and Restaurant. It was quite easy to find the restaurant which is located along the main road of the tiny town. We had it 3 years ago when we were going to Pangkor Island. We can never forget the delicious noodles and soup and we decided to drop by for a bite.

The Duck Soup is cooked with various Chinese herbs, is aromatic and bursting with yummy ducky flavour... You can also tell that it had been lovingly slow cooked as the meat was tender. Besides, we also ordered a plate of Char Siew (roast pork) & it tastes great too. Though we didn't have Woo Kok (Yam Puff) this time but you must try it, ok.

Here comes the end of our trip. Though it was a short trip, but we enjoyed it very much.


Mummy to QiQi said...

so nice to go travel again :) I miss cameron a lot, it has been more than 10 yrs since my last visit ...

Jean Chia said...

i went to Boh tea farm too but it was closed and it was raining! :( luckily, i've been there before, so it's all right!

Looks like u & your hubby grab all opportunites u can get to enjoyed the good food huh!

Jean Chia