We brought the kids to Aquaria KLCC. It was pretty interesting and even the boys enjoyed looking at the fish and other animals, up until they got cranky and fell asleep that is.
After that it was back to our apartment to nap and have tea. We walked over to Bukit Bintang to do a bit of shopping and the kids had a Christmas train ride at Pavilion. Dinner was a somewhat disappointing meal of bak kut teh at Pao Xiang. The soup was ok but the meat was tender and the meal wasn’t really value for money.
really excited about the piranhas
some huge water rat
fish bigger than Anya
wormy sea creatures
what’s that glaring at me??
jellyfish give me the creeps!
tea time with cake from Yut Kee!
A trip to KL wouldn’t be complete without breakfast at Yut Kee! We got there pretty late so it was more like brunch. The highlight of our visit was being able to eat their amazing roast pork which we were too early for the last time round.
When the first few rolls of roast pork were being carried out from the kitchen, you could see necks craning, heads popping up like meerkats, and greedy eyes following the woman bearing the magnificent rolls outside to be sliced.
the most amazing creamy delicious eggs!
Hokkien bee hoon – looked better than it tasted
lum mee – tasted a bit burnt that day
(half-eaten) lamb chops
sambal fried rice – very yummy!
table full of food
love the colourful baby chairs
one of the most beautiful things ever!
two slices of roast pork and apple sauce