Thursday, August 07, 2008

Colmar Tropicale

PHOTOS, photos, photos.....

A one day trip to Bukit Tinggi before our Pulau Lang Tengah vacation. Quite an enjoyable journey while driving up the hill. The entrance ticket costs RM16. A nice experience if you admire European building achitecture.
Colmar Tropicale is the unique French-themed attraction at Bukit Tinggi Resort. It stands 2,600 feet above sea level on 80 acres of natural forestland. The first of its kind in Malaysia, it is modelled after the 16th Century Colmar Village in Alsace, France and has retained the authenticity and European feel of its counterpart.

Japanese Village

A souvenir shop

Steven being one of the photographer

The entrance of the botanical garden
Going down to the koi pond
Walk in line


Happily walking
Hands up!
Stony ground, heading to the Japanese Theme Garden
Some softscapes
Teck Yong and me
We stand
We sit
We wave
And we freeze

The handsome ones =)
Outside the Japanese hut
Look how tiny it is

Inside the hut
"Hai, sumimasen..arigatou gozaimasu!"

Looking back

The clouds seems so low

French Village
Steven being left alone to take a shot for us
A new resort coming up
L-R: David, Lim, Teck Yong, LCC and Jimmy
The gateway entrance

What a view!

On the wooden bridge

There are swans (black and white) on the canal below

Tick tock~
The promenade

View from the top
Lastly, a pic of myself =)

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