After a while searching through the web, I've decided to purchase an almost a mint condition Minolta Autocord with a very reasonable price. Minolta Autocord is a Japanese TLR camera that's competes directly with Rolleiflex which manufactured Franke & Heidecke (and later Rollei GmbH), in Germany.
For me photography is about creativity and experiencing the moment, that's why I bought this camera. It slows you down and make you think every time before you press the shutter - mainly because you only have 12 frames to shoot and you must make sure that every single frame is perfect before the shutter is pressed. And another thing, you'll need an external light meter because this camera doesn't have one.
Out of 12 frames, I've manage to get 4 pictures that I love the most. Please take note that the images below is shot with Kodak Ektar 100 film only. I haven't use the Kodak Portra 160 as of yet, and once I do, I'll share it on my Flickr page and Instagram later.
Thanks again to Jeff (The Shutter) for the lovely camera and Darkroom 8 for film development and scanning service.