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[IPOH TRAVELS] A Walk to “Memory Lane” – Sunday Flea Market in Ipoh

Take a walk to Jalan Horley on Sunday mornings if you are in Ipoh town. The street is also called “Memory Lane” , “Loken” or “Pasar Karat” (rustic market) by the locals. This is the open-air flea market that happening every Sunday morning. Continue reading [IPOH TRAVELS] A Walk to “Memory Lane” – Sunday Flea Market in Ipoh

[IPOH EATS] 5 Soya Beancurd ‘Tau Fu Fah’ Places in Ipoh

Soya Beancurd is also known as “Tau Fu Fah” in Cantonese is a must have dessert in Ipoh. It is said that the soya beancurd is made using quality spring water in Ipoh. Thus, this explains the uniqueness of the beancurd. During my weekend trip recently, my friends and I explored some of the famous spot. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] 5 Soya Beancurd ‘Tau Fu Fah’ Places in Ipoh

[IPOH EATS] Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum Ipoh- Dim Sum For Breakfast

Ming Court Hong Kong Tim Sum is one of the famous dim sum breakfast places in Ipoh. There are quite a number of Dim Sum restaurants like famous Foh San along the popular Dim Sum Street called Jalan Leong Sin Nam. The restaurant is pretty crowded and packed when we arrived almost 8am that morning. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Ming Court Hong Kong Dim Sum Ipoh- Dim Sum For Breakfast

[M’SIA TRAVELS] 3D2N Weekend Trip to Langkawi, Malaysia with AirAsia

Thanks to AirAsia for sending me to Langkawi to experience Holiday Quickies over the weekend. Langkawi, Malaysia is known for the natural landscapes and island paradise by the locals and also tourists from overseas. The best part is that alcohol is not taxed on the island so that explains why drinking can be cheap there. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 3D2N Weekend Trip to Langkawi, Malaysia with AirAsia

[JB TRAVEL] Hidden Gem Spot At Kota Iskandar Johor Bahru, Malaysia

Kota Iskandar is formerly Johor State New Administrative Centre for the state government of Johor, Malaysia. It is located in Iskandar Puteri. To give you a general idea of the location, it is located near to Puteri Harbour and Legoland Malaysia.Kota Iskandar was opened in April 2009 and the design inspired by Moorish-Andalusian and Johor Malay designs and motifs. Continue reading [JB TRAVEL] Hidden Gem Spot At Kota Iskandar Johor Bahru, Malaysia

[JB EATS] The 5 Favourite Bak Kut Teh Places in Johor Bahru – By the Locals & Singaporeans

Bak Kut Te h is one of the all-time favourite pork rib dish for Singaporeans and Malaysians. It comes with two versions either herbal or peppery based broth. And for Malaysia version, we have the herbal based broth and it is my favourite local food. Bak Kut Te h is a pork rib dish cooked in hours and best to enjoy as breakfast by the locals or even anytime of the day. Continue reading [JB EATS] The 5 Favourite Bak Kut Teh Places in Johor Bahru – By the Locals & Singaporeans

Guide to Renew Passport in Johor Bahru | UTC JB | Malaysia

My last renewal passport in Malaysia post was 2011 and here is the updated on with new system. So, I hope my renewal passport experience in Johor Bahru can help those who are planning to do it in Johor Bahru instead of Singapore. Continue reading Guide to Renew Passport in Johor Bahru | UTC JB | Malaysia

[JB EATS][NEW] 3-in-1 Concept Homibing Ground- Where You Enjoy Bingsu , Korean Hotteok & Tea Speciality At One Go

Finally make my way to Homibing Ground, the new location of the previous Homibing Café that I visited last year. This latest building, Homibing Ground is located along the same area as Just Want Coffee, The Factory 30 at Taman Mount Austin. They have expanded their business to 3-in-1 concept, where you can enjoy bingsu, Korean hotteok and tea speciality at one go. Continue reading [JB EATS][NEW] 3-in-1 Concept Homibing Ground- Where You Enjoy Bingsu , Korean Hotteok & Tea Speciality At One Go

[M’SIA HOTEL] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

During my recent family trip to Penang, we decided to stay in Eastern & Oriental Hotel Penang. The hotel is known as one of the Far East’s most prestigious and historic building of the British colonial era. The hotel is fondly known as “E&O Hotel’ . Eastern & Oriental Hotel has two wings- Heritage Wing (old wing) and Victory Annexe (new wing). We stayed in Victory Annexe Suite. The hotel is like the Raffles Hotel Singapore and Strand Hotel Yangon, Myanmar. Continue reading [M’SIA HOTEL] Eastern & Oriental Hotel , George Town | Penang Hotel Review

[PENANG EATS] Deen Maju George Town – One of Local’s Favourite Nasi Kandar

My dad was craving for Nasi Kandar during our recent trip to Penang and I start to google for more nasi kandar options. I even ask the GRAB driver his favourite nasi kandar place and he said Deen Maju. He shared that locals will patronize Deen Maju instead of Line Clear Nasi Kandar because the pricing and taste. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] Deen Maju George Town – One of Local’s Favourite Nasi Kandar