This is the 3rd time to Perhentian Island for me and I remembered the first time back in 2013 when I took my whole family here where my 2 sons attended the PADI Open Water Diver Course by Turtle Bay Divers. The Open Water Course is PADI’s leading SCUBA Course. This certification is recognised world-wide and upon completion, you will be certified to dive to a maximum depth of 18metres with a ‘buddy’. You will learn how to dive, alongside your instructor, who will teach you the everything from equipment care to buoyancy control and much much more!
Subsequently in 2015 I took 6 members of the tbwl group for the Padi Open Water Diver Course by Turtle Bay Divers.
For this year I took another group of 4 from tbwl, one attended the Padi Open Water Diver Course by Turtle Bay Divers and the others for refresher course, fun dives and snorkeling.
Sunrise between the small and big island of Perhentian.
All certified PADI Open Water Divers
At Sugar Wreck dive spot.
Snorkeling in Batu Nisan
Rawa Island snorkeling adventures
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Mamak mee at Restaurant Arafa after traning.
Bonding with the young and not so young.
Hitting the fuzzy yellow balls during the long weekend holidays.
At the Aquatic Centre in Bukit Jalil Sports Complex my nephew Chew Yiwei got a silver medal in the 10m platform diving event.
Took the train from Klang to Bukit Jalil Sports Complex. Entrance for the event is at RM20.00 per entry
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Gunung Datuk is located at Rembau town, in the state of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. Standing at 885 meters high, Gunung Datuk gives a 360 degree panorama view of the state. The summit is easily identified by the formation of huge rocks with steel ladders for assistance.
Soh Sheng Wei
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Competitive tennis in the club before going up to the mountain for the weekend.
Bonding time in Resorts World Genting
In KLIA seeing William off to Holland to start his tertiary education.
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In RKC grounds.
A solid 3 hours of tennis today under the scorching sun.
After 3 days of playing morning tennis in a row we had a feast at the Hakka Paikut Restaurant in Klang.
18/7 – 8.30pm – TGV Bukit Tinggi
War for the Planet of the Apes
Tabata interval tennis workout to stay fit for tennis.
We started off with warm up exercises before stretching because stretching with “cold” muscles can lead to injury.
After raising the temperature of our body and muscles we can now safely begin the very high intensity exercises with short period of rest in between exercises.
Finally we finished off with cooling down Yoga stretches.