I wasn’t totally wrong; the road leading to Kuang Rock Quarry was wet, muddy and bumpy. When I said Kuang, many thought I mispronounced “Kluang” as Kuang. Actually, Kuang is a much smaller town than Kluang, and it is situated somewhere between Sungai Buloh, Rawang and Kuala Selangor. The trunk road leading to that small town somewhat reminded me of the long and winding road that stretches all along the major town in Perak…
Anyway, about the trip. Ya, we knew we were near when we frequently see lorries coming from the opposite direction. And we were even more sure when we took a turn into an offroad er, road which saw more lorries coming out from a certain mysterious place somewhere deep inside.
Our destination- Kuang Rock Product Quarry
Video and introduction session..
If you hadn't see a quarry before, here's how it looks like:
Heavy machinaries and plant moving about like toys
On a dry and dusty land..high above sea level with clear blue skies painting the backdrop
Preparation for blasting...No blasting on that day, unfortunately =(
I still cant understand why the food at such an ulu place like Kuang can be BETTER than the food at new town PJ. The prawns are bigger, calamari rings are crunchier, lamb is tenderer (more tender, I mean), vege is greener...and they even served crabsticks, fish fingers, kuihs and...
I was there! Didnt bluff you all ok..