I met up with another ex classmate after 36 years of losing contact. We were school mates from primary school to high school.
She and her husband brought me back to my old home town, Ayer Panas, Setapak. The above pool is a natural hot spring where the town name originates. The hot spring was once a public pool. Now it belongs to a residence complex. The public can still access the pool with a small fee, RM 1 for soaking your legs and RM 2 for taking a bath.
We also visited our schools. There is not much change to the primary and high school. However, we were amazed by the growth of our secondary schools as there is a 7 stories new block now.
After touring the schools, my ex classmate brought me to Tea Garden on Jalan Genting Klang for late lunch.
We had some dim sum here. Fried Taro Cake.
Rice Rolls with sambal.
Bean Curd Sheet filled with fish paste.
“Siu Mai” (steam pork dumpling).
The above is their signature dessert which is steamed tapioca with gula Melaka and coconut milk.
I had an iced Dinasour Milo, with is iced milo with an extra scoop of milo on top.
After lunch, we ordered a pot of flower tea to continue our catching up. It was wonderful to be able to meet up again after such a long time. Thank you my friend for bringing me to tour my childhood hometown.