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Woohooo Dancing Water Show.
Got my ticket. ^^ The entrance fee cost around RM300 if not mistaken. Imitating Chingy’s #ChingHandProject where she will hold something with her hand and took a photo over a white background.
She very against about it tho saying it’s copyrighted.
Honestly I have no idea what show is this about and I didn’t went and research/read about it on the internet either. From what I heard from my friend, it’s a very interesting show.
but at least I know the show gonna have water as the stage XD
After a while.. the show started..
with a fisherman on a bamboo raft..who proceed to fall into the stage/water/pool .. then
Lots of smoke were blow over the water stage..
a Ship came out of the middle of the stage. FUWAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! OAO
with many humans on it!!
What is this cat sorcery??!!!
After a while, the ship sank…
and a giraffe came out OAO!!
The background also have changed into a rainforest.
Then, the water is gone!!
And it’s back again with hanging human disco ball!!!
And the pool became smaller!! Fountains came out! from the stage!
A small chinese hut thingy pop up in the middle of the stage!!!
There were stuff coming in and out and people were dancing in and outside of the water.
maybe because I have no expectation and thought it was just a normal dancing show in a water stage. So please go without expectation, and best without knowing anything will come out from the stage.
Oh wait… too late. lol
After that show, we went for our last meal of the day!!
From left to right:
- Tofu Red Bean salad thingy??
- Jellyfish salad.
- Braised Meat Soup that you put overnight in the fridge that turned into jelly thingy. LOL
Left -> Right:
- Sweet sour chicken with spring onions and dried chillies. There’s more spring onions that meat tho.
- Super plain normal fried rice.
- Fruits!! Sweet Juicy Fruits I like!!
Peking duck (skin)! Very crispy !! <3 niceee
Can’t remember what is this but it is very similar to our oat/malt chicken.
Sichuan Spicy fish!! Spiciness still acceptable. Probably, because they have reduced it for us. I’m like “Whyyy we’re Malaysian, we can eat spicy food. LOL”
Oh ya, we had vege too. I didn’t took a photo of it because I don’t eat vege but here’s a drawing of it.
Well, it’s something.
Lastly, some warm water to wash all the food down.
We ends our trip by walking all the way back to our hotel, doing some sight seeing along the way.
Too bad my phone and camera dies on me and I couldn’t snap anymore photos.
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