What would be the best way to wrap up our visit to the Pinang Peranakan Mansion? By enjoying Peranakan Desserts of course! =) Before that let's check out some interesting stuff before we cool off ourselves.
A bamboo tree where visitors stick their visitors' stickers at the end of their visit. Pretty creative huh? :)
Love this classic entrance here.
The entrance to the Banquet Hall. This is where Wedding Ceremonies & Formal Dinners take place for those interested to celebrate here.
They even have a piano here for some live music.
An antique dressing table at the entrance of the restrooms. I like. :)
Now we are about to make way to The Nyonya Kitchen.
Stacks of porcelain dining ware in a cupboard. Sorry for the poor quality image.
Hot flasks & thermos in floral designs. Love them.
I loooooveeeee English style Baby Prams like this one here! Although this one here has a little spooky feeling to it because it's so old.
|Kukur Kelapa. =) Way before the machine was invented I guess.|
|Ahah Deena dah mula dah.|
|Tu diaaa! Deena Stewart! |
|She's so adorable! And friendly too. Too bad I can't remember her name. Here we could see that she was preparing the dough for the Nyonya Kuih.|
|Some colourful and super yummy Nyonya Kuih already in packets. Bingka Ubi, Apam & Kuih Ketayap to name a few.|
|Check these out! They're glutinous, yummy and so filling.|
Nyonya Kuih (Cake)
RM 4 per piece, RM 10 for 3 pieces.
|Cendol Kacang Merah (Cendol with Red Beans)|
I love the texture of the Cendol here it looks so pretty! However I always prefer Indian-made Cendol compared to Chinese-made Cendol taste-wise. Sweeter maybe.
|Enjoying dessert under the sunlight. Ummi looks bored almost everywhere please get use to it. =D|
|A Peranakan magazine. Oh-Pochok-Mak hahahah so cute.|
|Ok buhbyee gorgeous Baba Nyonya couple! =)|
|And oh there is a Buddhist Temple opposite of Pinang Peranakan Mansion for landmark.|
Thanks for reading! =)