I love the climate of Cameron Highlands. Not so cold yet not so warm. Just nice. Like you are in air-conditioned room and you do not sweat at all. But it did feel a bit chilling if it rained in the afternoon and wind blowing at you face!
We stayed in CH for 2 nights. And it rained in the afternoon. We had to wait for the rain to stop before venture by foot in the evening for food. On first night, we had Chinese food. The next night after the rain, we decided to have Malay food.
We went to the Malay food stall which is next to the taxi station. Hubby came here before, more than 15 years ago and he remembered its sup tulang. He said one of the stalls served yummy sup tulang so he wanted to taste it again. But Cameron changed a lot since then. The stalls also not the same anymore.
We ended up with this stall. The name sounds very homey right??
We ordered its set dinner for two at the price of RM18. It consists of daging masak merah...
Not really my favourite. I prefer ayam masak merah.
Tomyam soup which was very good although it was not a seafood tomyam
Telur dadar that although looked simple but it tasted good. We ordered another omelette! Or maybe we were hungry and cold??
And Kailan with salted fish
We ordered a bowl of sup tulang (RM7) to try. Not a disappointment. More sourish as they added tomatoes in the sup. I still prefered the Sarawak sup tulang. More peppery.
That concluded our CH fete and school holiday travelogue. Hope you guys enjoy it. ;)