Many of us hold several Touch ‘n Go cards which are DORMANT or INACTIVE partly due to the pandemic. The card usually inactive if there is no transaction within a year. What we used to do in the past is to walk-in to the Toll office to get the card activate or refund, which is very inconvenient and time consuming. With the Touch ‘n go portal, you can now easily request for a refund via online. Continue reading Guide on How to Get A Refund For Your Expired Touch ‘n Go Card Via Online
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
*Updated on July 2018*
It has been a while since I last visit EcoWorld properties located at Taman Ekoflora. They have recently had a change of concept of the space. The previous concept was the Palladium Café that attracts quite a number of attractions to the public. This time round, they introduce Spring Labs, a retail concept park. Continue reading [JB TRAVELS] Discover the Hidden Gem at Spring Labs | Eco Summer Johor Bahru
My family and I had a weekend staycation at Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel early this month. Renaissance JB is located in the district of Permas Jaya, Johor Bahru. The 5-star Renaissance JB is a lifestyle brand of Marriott International flagship in Malaysia. The hotel is designed for both business and leisure travellers. Continue reading [JB TRAVELS] Weekend Staycation At Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel
Whenever I am back to Johor Bahru (JB) over the weekend, my parents will bring my sister and I out to try out the food around the town. My dad saw Tony’s blog post on Taika Hua Braised Duck and decided to check it out. So, he brought us there for Sunday breakfast. Continue reading [JB EATS] Taika Hua Braised Duck (八哩半大家发鸭肉) – Local Favourite in Johor Bahru
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
Penang has been an all-time favourite short getaway destination in Malaysia for most Singaporean because of the food and culture. One of the must go places is strolling along Armenian Street in Penang for the mural arts. And usually after covering the place, the next stop will be the clan jetty in Penang. Continue reading [PENANG TRAVELS] CHEW JETTY AND LEE JETTY – ONE OF THE MUST VISIT PLACE IN PENANG
Few weeks ago I was in Penang for Golden Sands Resort staycation. My bff and I took the opportunity to check out One Garage Slappy Cakes located at M Mall, Times Square on one of the afternoon. Slappy Cakes is actually one of the dining concepts under One Garage restaurant where next to it is the One Steamboat, another dining concept under one roof. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] ONE GARAGE SLAPPY CAKES | M MALL O2O PENANG TIMES SQUARE
Johor is a southern state of Malaysia that is linked to Singapore by causeways. And with the recent currency exchange rates S$1 to RM3 , many enjoyed travelling over for a short gateway and one or two days trip. Johor Bahru city has its own beauty places that many have yet to explore. Even I have yet to explore every part of the state. Thus, grab your bag and book here to stay over the weekend to explore the southern city of Malaysia.Alternatively, book a private city transfer from Singapore to Johor Bahru using Klook.
Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 7 FUN ACTIVITIES TO DO & SEE IN JOHOR BAHRU LIKE LOCALS
1000-foot waterslide will line the streets of Hutan Bandar MPJBT as Spritzer Slide the City comes to Johor
It’s going to be big. Really big – unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Thousands of Malaysians have had the opportunity to experience Slide the City. Following its smashing debut in Putrajaya last year, this sensation has toured Malaysia to overwhelming response in Melaka and Kuantan. And now, Johoreans will have this 1000-foot giant waterslide in their own backyard on 15 October 2016 from 8.30am to 7.30pm – so there’s no excuse not to attend. Continue reading SHOUTOUT:THE BIGGEST, COOLEST AND WETTEST CRAZE SET TO HIT JOHOR!