|The sign read Tanarimba Janda Baik. The small white sign read Purple Cane.|
As we walked towards the restaurant, we noticed that the big hall is really uniquely constructed from the timber pillars and the glass panels are really quite a sight. We don't know about architecture, but we know that there must be a brilliant mind behind this.
|It's quite big and empty. We reckon it must be a hall meant to be rented for special functions.|
|It's only at the entrance that I realized that this is the Purple Cane.|
|It's all about timber! The pillars are solid and upright tree trunks.|
|The food was simply delicious! Like the ginger tea very much.|
|It's part of the main building.|
|The use of bottle as vase adds a natural touch and further brighten up the counter area.|
|The green lawn looks great. If only the weather is cooling.|
|The Restaurant, Purple Cane.|
|Love the use of rocks on the wall of the wash room.|
It's only we got back that I learned from the net that this is an award winning structure. The official site further tells that this is an upscale residential development for individuals to built their dream home. So it's actually not a resort of any sort.
|The weather was fine.|
|It's pink at the bottom.|
|There are a few miniature traditional Malay houses .|