For the third day, we went to Kopitiam Kita that serves over 40 types of nasi bungkus. All the nasi bungkus comes from various homes and villages to be sold on this premise.
|Just look at the scale|
|The Wau maker posing for photos.|
|From drying to cooked ones|
|Ready to eat and also packed dried keropok|
The price is cheaper than market because we buy directly at the factory.
Next we visit Che Minah Songket and watch how Songket was made.
|The complicated strings to make beautiful songket|
Songket was made strings by strings and using a ruler to change motif and purely made by hand without any machines.
|Songket selection on the main shop|
|Nasi Ulam Cikgu Restaurant|
|Hi-Tea at Renaissance Hotel|
|Credits to Charlotte for the photo =)|
|Dikir Barat show!|
I feel in love with the interesting beat to Dikir Barat when I first see the performance at Hotel Perdana. They can literally clap to any songs! We even participate in the performance in the end and someone from our group actually sang Gunung Kinabalu song.
|Credits to Charlotte for the photo =D|
I sat right next to the real performers and mimic their every moves.
|Pasar Siti Khadijah|
Overall Kota Bharu is a great destination for eating, discovering new cultures, relax in the small city and everything else is within walking distance!
Airasia now fly from Kota Kinabalu to Kota Bharu twice a week.