Genting Highlands Trip during CNY

Every year without miss, majority of schools in Klang area will declare a day off during 8th day of CNY that is the Pai Tee Kong (prayer to the Heaven/Hell God). Since I have to take a day off from work to look after the kids, instead of staying home, we spent the holiday up in Genting while most school children around Malaysia is schooling. Woohoo! Which means no crowd and no room. NO ROOM? Yea, you hear me there. No rooms available cos it is also Valentine’s Day. Duhh!!!! Good thing Genting is only about an hour drive. So we make it a day trip. Save my $$$ too.

As usual, pictures started from Millennium Square (the entrance) at the Outdoor Theme Park. Eldest Princess was rushing to queue at The Spinner, the only rides that everybody hate

Other than spinning, The Spinner would occasionally oscillates and tilts that create a height rising up to 8 feet. It’s a whirlwind adventures that will take your breathtaking new heights of excitement! I just watch that crazy stuff spinning. *yawn*

Not wanting to waste my time standing there yawning while waiting for her, I go round Millennium Square admiring all the CNY flowers.

Isn’t God’s creation amazing?

Wait, I have more!

Such beautiful flowers. Of course I need to camwhore a bit.

Another rides that the kids will not want to miss out is the Rodeo Ride.

Prince is just accelerating. Those kiddie rides to him are nothing. Yet, he would just scream or making any accelerate action. *lol*

Eldest Princess was so sad that she had grew taller and is not allowed to go on the rides. Daddy distracted her by praising how brave she is going on The Spinners alone and that she is now a grown up girl. Her reply really got us by surprise, “Well, they minus my points too.”

“Why so?”

“Yea, now I cannot go on Rodeo Rides 🙁 .”

Awww…. that is something so sad to hear.

The next best item other than flowers to buy for your darling on V-day.

Isn’t that ‘sweet’ 😉 ?

Moving on, this is Baby Princess with her antic again. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking.

Well, to pacify her….

Tada! Kau tim!

I know I shouldn’t offer candy to kids as that will make them more hyperactive. So, I have my evil plan. Instead of buying sweet candy, I bought peppermint candy! Of course the little girl can’t tolerate it and spit them out after that. *insert evil laugh*

This is one of the attraction that I have not blog about. The Dinosaur Land.

As we were passing by the Go-Kart on the way to Dinosaur Land, Prince always stop here to watch the tortoise racers drivers.

“Boy, it will take many many years before you are allowed to sit on the four wheels.”

While waiting to board the boat to Dinosaur Land, we camwhore again. Basically I just want to give Daddy an opportunity to feel the dSLR.

In Dinosaur Land, there is a Hanging Bridge. I heard Prince yelling at Daddy, “This bridge is moving!”

He is such a scaddy cat! Tough on the outside, soft on the inside. *ngek, ngek, ngek* Daddy have to carry him across. After seeing his Sister running about on the bridge, he decided to walk another half of the bridge to the other end by himself.

Only to be caught on film hanging on to his dear life. *snigger, snigger*

We went back to future. 2006 is not too long ago. Other than her facial appearance, the only changes is her long flowing hair.

Oh, and while editing the picture, I can see they removed the old dinosaur and replaced with a new one. That took me awhile to play spot-the-difference. *lol*

What is new this time in Genting?

The antique car is definitely an old rides.

Spot this!

A brand new antique car (pun intended) – New paint, new tyres, new pvc seat! Except I think the engine is still the old ones. So we was like taking the rides twice just because I failed to capture a better shot of the water fall.

This time, Son called his car a Falali. Wah lau! Ok la, an antique Ferrari.

I’ll just finish up the post with few more plants from the garden.

The kids love Genting and so do I, just because Cameron Highlands is further.

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  1. jazzmint said,

    February 21, 2008 @ 11:30 pm

    wah they got vy nice flowers there huh..but i haet genting LOL

  2. Kimmy said,

    February 22, 2008 @ 12:28 am

    Haha.. I nearly forgotten how she look like with her long hair. They’ve really grown. 😀

  3. Selena said,

    February 22, 2008 @ 5:04 pm

    ahhh….so sweet, Mummy, Princess and Prince Hijack wearing matching stripes! It looks like your family had a wonderful day out

  4. day-dreamer said,

    February 24, 2008 @ 1:04 am

    I especially love those flower shots. 😀

    Happy weekend!

  5. Mommy to Chumsy said,

    February 25, 2008 @ 12:26 am take really nice photos 😀 BTW, was genting packed? I’ve been wanting to go but afraid of the crowd during public holidays or weekends 🙁

    The Queen says: Don’t go during a non working days or even school holidays cos half of the time will be spent queuing up. If you has no patience like me, take a day off on Friday.

  6. sasha said,

    February 26, 2008 @ 4:54 pm

    ah genting.. i went there …ermm cannot remember edi. Alah yr princess is short by abit only, also cannot masuk meh? so poor thing.

  7. a-moms-diary said,

    February 27, 2008 @ 1:50 am

    Your photos are always so vibrant, so colourful…and what a nice thing to have almost the whole family in blue stripes…what happened to Hijack King, the odd one out?

    The Queen says: Now I made the King looks bad 🙁 . Must go buy him a blue stripes shirt.

  8. LB said,

    February 27, 2008 @ 2:59 am

    Beautiful flowers up at Gentings, and you captured them so well. Was a good fun vacation, yeah? I’d imagine so, looking at all the happy faces!!

  9. Giddy Tigress said,

    February 27, 2008 @ 12:51 pm

    Scared to come to your blog and see all these pictures because I am so tempted to grab one DSLR….

    The Queen says: Canon 450D just launched. Go get that. Go, go, go!

  10. sila said,

    March 2, 2008 @ 4:23 am

    looks like a nice day out in genting! the flowers are amazing! 🙂

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