We drove up to KL to meet up with uncle Alvin and auntie Jenny. Then we had a little birthday party for Aden boy in Secret Recipe Restaurant Damansara (if I got the place correct). After that we drove up to Selesa Hillhomes to spend a night before going up to Bukit Tinggi Resort the following morning. Coz auntie Julia said to stay in Bukit Tinggi Resort is pretty expensive, so Selesa Hillhomes is a more affordable alternative nearby.
The place was very nice indeed. It is a cluster of apartments built along the Karak Highway, just after the Genting Highlands junction. It has a golf course right beside it.
Basically, the apartments here were mostly sold to rich Singaporeans and Malaysians, who use the units as their vacation homes and weekend retreats. Why not, since you can play golf nearby... and drive up to Genting Highlands to visit Uncle Lim in 20 minutes. And there's plenty of good Chinese restaurants nearby serving wonderful fresh seafood dishes. The management rents out unsold units to occasional visitors like us, and groups that drop by for seminars.
So spacious, so windy, so green. I like. But weather not cold la, unlike Genting Highlands.
So fun playing with my mummy.
So I played crawling with baby Caris.
And a bit of kid mahjong with the rest of the gang.