Valley Resort, Pahang

23rd March 2014

Venue: Valley Resort Sdn. Bhd.
Location: PT44, KM13, Mukim Tras, 27600 Raub, Pahang
Time: 2.20 pm
With: The Love

Do you enjoy eating in the nature?or semi-nature you'd call it? Lol. Personally, I love the nature just that I cannot stand being there ever since my bad allergy experience I got out from my last trip in the nature. If you do love nature and can stand it, I assure you that you may mostly enjoy this place. Fishing is allowed. There is restaurant. There are rooms for you to book and stay for the night or so but I am not too sure of how everything works as I only went there to settle my hunger with the love.

For more info, please visit their Facebook page. ^^

The road entering the entrance of the resort was really not that good because it is rocky and all and its quite hard for two cars to move at the same time. It is especially troublesome if one car is entering and another is exiting. I am sure surprise that there are many that know of this place as it is quite "inside" and a person like me would not know about it if I did not find for any information about this place. Felt blessed for having a walking GPS boyfriend ^^

Upon arrival, we were to walk across this little bridge thing and sat across one of the little hut-like places. 

Let's go across. ^^

This is what I see across after we have settled in our little hut-like place.

Eating above some river or stuff makes me feel like I am in the 'kampung'. Was feeling so dis-connected 'cause honestly my phone bar connection was so low.

I think they have their own honey production. Not sure.

The quick snapshot of our lunch of the day:

Chicken with salty egg (top middle dish). Vegetable stir-fry (bottom left). Tofu (bottom right).

The chicken is fried and covered with the salty egg yolk. Flavour-wise it is okay. The boyfriend was like, "Why did they fry it, I didn't ask for that." He looked at me and said, "You sure are happy with the dish today huh?" I gave him an exceptionally big grin. [ROFL in my heart] ^^

Next is the vegetables (ladys finger, long bean and brinjal I think) that are lightly stir-fried. It is also not too salty, which is good.

Tofu was okay for me. Normal. But somewhat a bit too soft for me. The top are minced chicken meat and “cai4 bu3”. “Cai4 bu3” is salty and crunchy vegetable but not my cup of tea.

Overall speaking, the boyfriend is satisfied with all three dishes.

Btw, if you are into fresh fish you would probably love this place. The fish you see in this pond is actually not for decoration purposes. Guess what? They will be net out if you ordered it. So would you still want to eat it?

Well, no offense but it shows that their life are valueless in a way, needing to live in a fight-or-flight situation, day by day. Overtime, they would have learnt self-helplessness. (This means that the fish do not know how to escape the place even if they are no longer trapped! How pity!) Hmm, I think they should only catch the fish behind the customers' eyes. For customers like my boyfriend and I, we would see this as inhumane/cruel as the life of the fish is in our hands. =(

That’s all for now. 

P.s. how can he so accurately guess the final bill when my guess was just RM7 more. Argh

Good day lovelies!

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