At Bukit Melawati, a Indian business friend of Michael serves hot, home made ginger tea sweetened with honey.
He makes the tea at home each day and carries it in an urn on the back of his scooter. The tea is served in a small plastic bag making it necessary to drink the delicious beverage through a straw.
Apparently ginger tea is supposed to be very good for expelling air from the body but I just loved it for the taste.
If the taste of this tea isn't to your liking, you can always ask to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This seems to be very popular with the kids ;~)
Just past the bridge crossing the Selangor River is a small fishing town called Pasir Penampang where you will find a small seafood market.
This is where villagers and tourists alike come to buy seafood which is freshly caught by the local fishermen.
You can watch them coming in with the catch of the day from the many seafood restaurants around here.
Monkey able and willing to learn new tricks.
The owner of this monkey bought him to pluck coconuts out of the trees. He then decided to teach him to pick the ripe pods out of the Kapok Trees on his property.
We didn't actually see this but it seemed like some motorists did and someone took this picture.
It was in the local newspaper.