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Peter Goh

I am pleased to have come across this write-up on Temerloh's Pekan Sehari by chance. Although I now live in Queensland (Australia), I still call Temerloh my hometown. I was born there in 1956 and left it in 1974, although I had been back once in 1991. My mother used to take me to Pekan Sehari in the 1960s, and I always got her to buy me buah keranji (farid correctly identifies this).


i`ve have lot of memory at t`loh. that my hometown. long live tmn sri kerinau

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Pahang River is not the Malaysian Longest, its the peninsular longest, The Malaysian longest is Rajang River.

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i love temerloh..it was my home town n i love all food malaysian.. :P

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i love temerloh..it was my home town n i love all food malaysian.. :P

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The one who's selling nasi lemak next to sate is my mum :) - canopy-covered family operation selling nasi lemak (rice steamed in coconut milk and served with a choice of meat, fish, and vegetable dishes)- It's a three generation weekend business. Good write up ... Thanks


Mohamad, thanks for your comment. It's a small world (and smaller, since the advent of blogs). Will look for your mum's nasi lemak stall next time we hit the market.

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ni buat koy tak sabor ngat nok balik ni...


temerloh memang best!


bulan pose ni...molek ngat mcari juadoh buke kat bazar ramadhan temerloh @ pepulei...

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