Back to Sabah (Year End Holiday Trip!) Part 4: Labuan

'WELCOME!'
I'm back again! After a good recharge from the charge up conference... I'm back again with more blog post updates (should be more outdated blog post...) LOL..

Anyway, I'm not gonna say much about my trip back to Labuan. I hope you guys can 'STAND' looking at the pictures that I uploaded into my blog.. (it might take a while to upload.. well I'm using Photobucket, and it's a bit slow... any recommendation out there?)

Thanks to my lovely buddy who accompanied me to McD at the Labuan Airport, and she drove me to our old secondary school building (photos can be view in my Facebook photo album) and our last destination... "The Labuan International Sea Sports Complex"

Labuan International Sea Sports Complex is located at the waterfront area along Jalan Tanjung Purun. It is within close proximity to Labuan town center. is the Labuan International Sea Sports Complex. Part of the beautification project under the 7th Malaysia plan, the complex covers an area of 5.91 acres and was built at a total cost of RM25 million.

The annual Labuan International Sea Challenge is a popular event which offers competitors fun and frolics on the high seas off Sabah. Events include the Rolex IGFA International Game Fishing Tournament which is part of the qualifying circuit of the Rolex/IGFA Offshore Championship; the Cross Channel Swimming Challenge which sees competitors from all over the world set off on the return journey to Pulau Papan; the Round Island Kayak Challenge during which participants take on a tough 50km (31 miles) course that hugs the coastline; and the Labuan International Extreme Kayak Challenge which tests competitors skill, strength and stamina over a 84km (52 miles) course across the Brunei Bay. This popular event attracts competitors and spectators from all over the world

::Quote and photo are taken from www.malaxi.com::

Went inside the aqua museum and found out this sign 'no camera', but what about Polaroid, can can can??? Joking nia... Polaroid is a camera too... :D
Half way posing, I got too hungry and can't resist trying to bite off the whale bones to fill up my stomach.. wakakaka~
So I went out from the aqua museum and trying to capture the amazing landscape of Labuan beach and I found out this....

It shrunk because of the salt water??? LoL... credit to the camera composition... :P


Wahhh... i wonder what will happen if building use make up as well?



The fishermen spend their free time playing sea soccer here... LoL... double joking again!!! wakakaka....

hmmm.... took this for remembrance of the award day back in the year 2003 when I was in my secondary school. Imagine yourself winning an academic award with the sound of the sea and the beautiful sight of the beach accompany you up to the stage... so cool sia... :D

I'll let the photos do the talking here... :)

A very good grandma and grandchild session...
My buddy :)


Goodbye Labuan! Till we meet again in Chinese New Year!!! The year of the Tiger!!!


Part 5 will be the last part and I was back to KK again!
Till next time!
Take care and stay healthy!


-PEACE-

11 comments :

  1. Somehow that whole tiny space thing gives me the creeps. Oh, you got fish hat XD kekekekek.

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  2. eh eh.. the grandma and grandchild in your shot... is my neighbour, like literally.. >.<

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  3. Wow Wow Wow...seems got some changes in the photos wor...looks nicer wor the composition...hehe! Like the Tiny Building pix :)

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  4. nice pics eh....u har...call me jie jie! beat u!

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  5. Wah... super like the pictures from this post of yours. Hmmm... it is loading pretty fast on my side. I too am using photobucket. Does my pics load damn slow? :S :S

    Btw, ROFL at the sea soccer. HAHAHAHAH

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  6. nikel: yeah true indeed

    mas: haha.. sorry mas, now i know what u mean about the fish hat... haha

    esmeralda: ohhh they are really ur neighbours??

    aunty yew li: haha... thanks! will improve more in future!!!

    eve: thanks jie jie! woooppsss... haha

    mabel: ok, then i'll stick to photobucket then... wana play some sea soccer?? haha

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  7. aiks...how come my comment doesnt appear here...nice building of the small mini building pics...

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  8. back to Sabah again? hehe

    lol in the generation gap picture^^
    i also love your lunch *fond to try it! hahaha

    ang oh. the "mirrors" is the best one. I love seeing photographs with that technique. It amazed me^^

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  9. Love your photos! Keep it up!!!

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