|Cute paddy, the icon of Sekinchan|
|Giant curry puff|
|Really giant. Not spicy with lots of potato and chicken chunks.|
After the tour, as it was still early for dinner, we went to a shop called '168' @ Pasir Penambang. The shop selling variety of dried food and the famous Teluk Intan biscuits (Heong Peng). We were only interested with the big pack of prawn crackers hanging in front of the shop. 10 small packs (2 pieces of crackers) packed in a big bag cost RM13. We walloped 10 big packs !
|Prawn crakers selling at Shop 168. 10 small packs in each big bag|
|Our first experienced with the fireflies tour|
Luck was not on our side. As we were queuing for our turn at the jetty, it rained again ! Luckily I brought along a pair of umbrella so the kids doesn't need to be drenched. Half way of the tour, the rain stopped but we had already turned into 'wet chicken'. Despite the rain, the fireflies were still visible and it was amazing to see the tree sparkling with tiny lights. The boatman even caught a firefly to put it on our fingers. When the little bug crawled towards our fingernails, the blinking lights make the best manicure.
|The 2 little ones were excited. Luckily they weren't afraid as the river was very dark|
After the fireflies tour, we shop at the nearby Giant Hypermarket before returning to the hotel for a good night sleep. The next morning, we went to the nearby paddy field to take some pictures. The scenery was beautiful.
|Large paddy field around Sekinchan|
This was the kids 2nd time witnessing a paddy field. The first time was during their kindy's excursion. The kids weren't interested with the paddy, so we left for a unique breakfast.
|Going - to - ripe paddy|
However, the kids were curious with people fishing. We had seen a few people fishing along the river and paddy field since arrival.
|An uncle fishing nearby the paddy field|
On the way returning to Kuala Selangor, we stopped by the roadside stall selling fruits and sweetcorn.
|Sweet corn (Jagung susu). RM2 @ pcs|
|Bukit Malawati @ Kuala Selangor|
|The train / tram we rode up the park. RM5 / adult and RM3 / child|
While waiting for our train ride, we saw the naughty monkey stealing someone's mango at the parking area. LOL. The owner must be shocked to see his/her mangoes only left the skin and seed.
|Caught red-handed ! Monkey stealing mangoes from a truck at the parking area|
Right up at the park, there were 3 vendors selling long beans and bananas to feed the monkey. The kids were excited and scared at the same time. They dare not feed the hungry monkey and little XJ was yelling on top of her lung.
|Silverleaf monkey waiting to be fed|
|More monkeys on the tree top|
There was a man who bought the whole gunny sack of beans to feed the monkey. After feeding for a while, the monkey became aggressive and climbed onto the man's shoulder ! Scary !
After the tour, we asked the kids which tour they like the best ( Eagle feeding, fireflies and monkey) and both said monkey was the best.