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October 2015

Delirium Coffee @ Menara Manulife, Damansara Heights

On weekdays, this area Damansara Heights is a bustling districts with alot of office tower around the area. However I recently discover a hidden gem in this area as this newly establish cafe Delirium which is another new concept by Antipodean, sits at Ground Floor of Menara Menulife. Its a simple and bright cafe with a lot of direct lights from the high ceiling make this area looks huge and very comfortable. Variety of biscuits range for you to choose…

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Dorsett Grand Labuan

Taking 2 hours and 30 minutes flight to this duty free zone island from Kuala Lumpur known as Labuan, it is even better when you are staying at the most prestigious hotel in the island. Its an island that famous for its oil industry in Malaysia, makes this island pretty ideal for local travelers as this island is strategically located in the heart of Southeast Asia, 8 kilometres off the coast of Borneo, the glimmering Pearl of the South China Sea.…

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Flying Malaysia Airlines to Labuan

It has been a long time since I last fly with Malaysia Airlines. During my university time, this airline is my main traveling airline to travel with. Since then head back to Malaysia to start working budget was a constrain to go along with them till this year, I went on board again with them twice. With our currency now is packing lower, therefore traveling interstate would be more ideal at the moment. As many of you know that the…

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Moody Cow Dessert Cafe @ Transfer Road, Penang

In Penang, there is always a hidden gem around the island. Along this busy street of Transfer Road, resides this bright yellow building on your left with a cow banner on the top is a unit that hard to miss out where Moody Cow Dessert Cafe that serve one of the best home made cake.   Its a place quite nostalgia, that interior put with love yet very simple that makes it very comfortable. Dim in lights that make it…

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Hokkien Mee @ Damansara Uptown, PJ

Uptown Damansara is certainly famous for a place whereby no parking. Not only that, as recently there are alot of eateries that open in this area. Not to neglact those are well establish such as their famous Hokkien Mee in this area. Restaurant Damansara Uptown Hokkien Mee is one of a signature place to be when you are craving for this. I usually dine the other outlet and this is my first time coming here after a while. Right after…

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Orchid Culture @ Tous les Jours, Empire Shopping Gallery Subang

When the brand Tous les Jours hit Malaysian market with its first outlet in Bukit Bintang, it had created a massive wave of foodie to hit the stores. Since then, they had become a brand that many people would go and one of their latest establishment that I came across is in Empire Subang. Its a very nice build up cafe that sits right infront of the mall main entrance. What impress me in this outlet is that now they…

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Cape Mentelle @ Margaret River, Perth

Perth indeed is a wonderful state that I miss to visit long time ago when I was in Australia. Till recently, took the opportunity to visit a few my friends there whom one of them currently own one of a famous Malaysian cuisine that recently made a big hit in the neighborhood known as Lepak Kopitiam.  My Perth adventure will not be complete if I do not visit one of their state best area which is to drive 3 hours down…

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Balvenie Scotch Whisky Tasting with Neil Strachan

It was a great weekend last round where attended a Balvenie Scotch Whisky tasting with Neil Strachan whom is a regional brand ambassador for South East Asia which held at Tate. Tate is a hidden gem in Intermark where a door does not look like a door with following concept of hidden gentlemen bar. Over the years, they have grown their regular followers for this bar. As for that night, we were given Balvenie Double Wood, Aged 12 years with…

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Black Kettle @ Beach Street, Penang

On my recent visit to Melbourne, I visited one of a well known cafe known as Kettle Black and now in Penang have another similar version known as Black Kettle. By the name itself, it sure do bring up my expectation with a few fellow bloggers hype over it. Upon walking in, I am certainly impress with their whole interior design which is quite posh, with natural sunlight at the middle seating area and with a wall of green walls…

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Char Tua Pan – The Shark @ Burma Road, Penang

One of a new place that my friend introduce me for breakfast is this food court that I used to dine with my parents when I was a kid. This stall no.7 operates in the morning that serve pretty classic food in The Shark cafe at Burmah Road. This is one of their signature item which is fried tua pan. Fried slightly dry yet the texture is amazing. Something clear for the morning is their clear fish head soup bee hoon.…

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