x times to Kuala Kubu Bharu

The water level seems to be rather low at SPLASH
The water level seems to be rather low at SPLASH

Yes, we have been to Kuala Kubu Bharu many times.

We were there the first time in 2013, you can check our visit here, here and here.

All the times we were there, we did the same things – food, and then more food.  Of course we also spent the time at the beautiful water dam.

Entrance to a heritage home, filled with beautiful plants
Entrance to a heritage home, filled with beautiful plants

This time round, we went there without the twins, as one of them was not well, so the other twin offered to stay back to take care of his brother.

Jalan Kamarudin, where the main action is at Kuala Kubu Bharu
Jalan Kamarudin, where the main action is at Kuala Kubu Bharu

The drive to Kuala Kubu Bharu was smooth, until we passed Rawang, which then was a bit of a slow traffic, well, it is a long weekend in Malaysia.

An old building, which is still standing strong, and tall too
An old building, which is still standing strong, and tall too

It is kind of nice to drive when we took the exit at Tanjung Malim, which the road was pretty clear, even though I could see some cars from KL also driving to Kuala Kubu Bharu, for perhaps the same reason as us – food, water dam, or to drop by Fraser’s Hill.

We started of to buy the Kaya pastry, which had a bad encountered.  An auntie pushed me aside while I was ordering, because she worried I was about to buy everything she wanted.  So, old bitch, you can have it all.

The nice lady at the pastry outlet saw what happened, and decided to serve me first.   So, bitch ya.

We drove over to Teo Sun, which is a Teo Chew Porridge outlet for late lunch.  The food, as usual, really good.  The outlet is really small, so if you are coming in a large group, this place is not for you.

Surprise that the sunflowers are gone, greeted by sad plants, or grass
Surprise that the sunflowers are gone, greeted by sad plants, or grass

We swung back the Kuala Kubu Bharu famous LA, Putrajaya signboards, to my surprise, the sunflowers are gone.  Now replaced with some sad plants.

Beautiful day at the water dam
Beautiful day at the water dam

We then took a slow drive to SPLASH, the famous water dam, which was closed to the public due to the public holiday, so most of the visitors ended parking their cars at the deck next to the main entrance.  However, the deck is really awful.  Packed with garbage, and it is really sad.

The civilisation brings on the most uncivilised act
The civilisation brings on the most uncivilised act

We concluded the journey by waving our goodbyes to Kuala Kubu Bharu, after we came back from the water dam.

The civilised folks, whom brought the unwelcome garbage to a beautiful dam
The civilised folks, whom brought the unwelcome garbage to a beautiful dam

With prayer in my heart that, wish things would be better, the next time when we are here again.

 

 

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