It has been years since my last road trip with my family. My dad decided to head over to Batu Pahat for a day trip on last Saturday. It was an impromptu trip as he decided a night before. He woke us up early morning and start out road trip by taking the route from Kulai, Johor. Continue reading [M’SIA Travels] A Trip to Kulai & Batu Pahat With Family
Malaysia which is known as Tanah Melayu previously has two region; Penisular Malaysia and East Malaysia (Borneo). Penisular Malaysia consists of 13 states and East Malaysia has 2 states. Sarawak is one of the states listed under East Malaysia and Kuching is the capital of Sarawak. It is also known as Bumi Kenyalang which is called Land of the Hornbills in English. There is so much to explore from the diverse culture, attractions and of course the foods. Continue reading [SARAWAK EATS] 11 MUST-TRY FOODS IN KUCHING, SARAWAK
Puteri Harbour Malaysia located at Johor Bahru is one of Johor attractions. The concept is mainly for family theme park and also a weekend gateway. You can visit Sanrio Hello Kitty Town & Thomas Town within the vicinity area. And it is also near to Legoland Malaysia. Continue reading [JB TRAVELS] How To Go To Puteri Harbour Malaysia From Singapore
My last trip to Malacca was 2015 and time flies! I am back here again to attend my friend’s wedding. I booked my 2-way bus ticket through online at S$25.00 per ticket. If you have friends in Malacca, I would suggest you to get their help to purchase the ticket back to Singapore there. It will be RM25.00 instead of Singapore Dollars. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 2D1N Malacca Trip Over The Weekend
Johor Bahru cafes are expanding fast and you get to see new cafes opening almost every other month. Apart from the cafes near the JB Checkpoint , Mount Austin and Taman Molek, it’s time to venture to Taman Ungku Tun Aminah. This area is located quite a distance from JB checkpoint but nearer to Sutera area. If you are taking Grab/ Uber from JB checkpoint, the fee is approximately RM25~RM35 (one way) depending on traffic, timing and demand on that point of time. Continue reading [JB EATS] Cafes Around Taman Ungku Tun Aminah
Alona Coconut located along the roadside of Jalan Ibrahim Sultan, Stulang Laut is known for its coconut drinks including milkshake. Other than their coconut drinks, their mee rebus is also one of the highlight. So, I decided to check it out on the Saturday morning. All thanks to google map, I managed to reach the destination. Continue reading [JB EATS] ALONA COCONUT- NOT YOUR USUAL MEE REBUS
I have been to Penang quite a number of times and usually spent my time in Georgetown or Bayan Lepas instead of Batu Ferringhi. So thanks to Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, my bff and I ventured to Batu Ferringhi, north shore of the tropical island of Penang during our recent trip.Apart from Shangri-La group, Eastern and Oriental (E&O) hotel is the only luxury hotels in Penang. Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] Why GOLDEN SANDS RESORT BY SHANGRI-LA is your Family Friendly Choice to stay in BATU FERRINGHI ?
I was staying at Golden Sands Resorts Penang during Hari Raya Haji and decided to have dinner at one of the restaurants, Sigi’s Bar & Grill On the Beach for dinner.Sunset at Batu Ferringhi beach was indeed a sight to behold. It has been a while since I last enjoyed dinner with such a gorgeous sunset beach view. This beach front restaurant within the hotel is one of the best dining views in Penang. Oh boy! I am so lucky to dine in here. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] SIGI’S BAR & GRILL ON THE BEACH – SUNSET DINNER AT BATU FERRINGHI
During a trip to Kuching last month, I was impressed with the development of the state.My first impression on Kuching, Sarawak is a less developed state as compared with other states of Malaysia. But after I arrived,I was wrong and Kuching has more than 180 hotels cater to travellers from all over the world.Hotel deals are on various platform including HotelsCombined. No worries on the hotel accomodation here.
So,I accidentally came across this fancy rainbow goreng pisang through Instagram. This triggers my interest to give it a try.Apparently, rainbow goreng pisang has been selling in different states of Malaysia quite sometime. However, I have not come across this yet and I am excited to give the first try. If you are not familiar with goreng pisang, this is a deep-fried banana covered with batter and is known by locals in Malaysia, Singapore, Philippine and Brunei. Continue reading [M’SIA EATS] FANCY GORENG PISANG EXPERIENCE IN KUCHING | SARAWAK