Category Archives: Kuala Lumpur

Shopback with Agoda and Earn Cashback

  Book and earn, my two favorite words.  I am a fan of Agoda because of it’s rates and user friendly information. It’s my usual go to place for my travel escapades (especially weekend getaways). When I first read about ...

MURFEST 2015 – Malaysia Urban Retreat Festival

  Recently, the folks behind MURFEST invited us to their event which will be held from November 13-15 in Pullman Hotel, Bangsar, Malaysia. Before attending the event, I had to of course find more about it since this was the ...

10 Cafes For The Hungry Soul In Kuala Lumpur.

  There’s no denying that food makes hungry people warm and more open to conversations. It keeps you relaxed and busy while your head is thinking about a thousand different things for the day. In my previous post on 10 ...

Spending New Year Eating In Kuala Lumpur.

  First and foremost Happy New Year 2015 everyone! Hope you’ve been spending the past few days planning (or not planning) on new resolutions, new travel destinations and new adventures. I had a nice New Years eve in Phnom Penh ...

How To Renew Your Malaysian Passport in 2 Hours

Check your passport expiry date.   It has come to my attention that my passport has entered it’s expiry period. Even though I have about 5 months to go on it, I needed to renew the passport for my upcoming ...

10 Cafes To Visit When You’re Hungry

  Food is still one of the big things in Malaysia and it’s also a good avenue to catch up with friends or hang out with the family. Social media has taken up our lives so much that we tend ...

Go Green EduFarm, Paya Indah Wetlands Putrajaya

  A weekend out with the students. The Go Green EduFarm was a 3-day weekend event, inviting high school students from rural and urban areas to camp at Paya Indah Wetlands in Putrajaya to learn more about environment conservation. Together ...

The AWE Conference 2013 (8-10 November 2013)

Who Runs The World… Girls! This mantra stuck to me when Juno Kim shared her inspiration for the upcoming Asian Women’s Empowernment Conference (AWE) in our city Kuala Lumpur. The conference is opened to all women who aspires to follow their dreams ...

The Heli Lounge @ KH Tower Kuala Lumpur

My colleague, Dan had captured a group of people sitting in lazy chairs with the view of the top of KL Tower, prominently in front of them which got me curious. He was kind enough to share with me the ...

Feed The Homeless Programme with 1Charity

Giving Back. My parents had adviced me to give donations as a reminder to always be humble and to also give back to the society as much we possible can while we’re still alive. You may think that has nothing to ...

Bye Bye Birdie: KL Bird Park

Entering the Bird Park and eating with the birds. I had a great day today at our local Kuala Lumpur Bird Park which is the world’s largest free-flight walk-in aviary! I hate to admit that I don’t really know the ...

Ramadan Buffet @ Sime Darby Convention Centre

Halia Restaurant in Sime Darby Convention Centre (SDCC) is one of my favourite places to break fast during Ramadan month. The food has always been good here as they serve mostly authentic local dishes just like in the ‘kampungs’. I ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Bangsar

Bangsar has also been one of my favourite spots for a good local food during the Ramadan month. It is also less congested compared to other Ramadan Bazaars that I have been to. Located just opposite the mosque, this area ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Kampung Penchala

The Kampung Penchala Ramadan Bazaar is located between Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI) and Damanasara Perdana area, separated by the Penchala Link Highway. The Bazaar can be seen from the highway with its’ colourful tents and cars parked along the ...

Travel Blogging Tips from Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meetup

The FIRST ever Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet Up hosted and sponsored by Sedunia Travel together with Palate Palatte was turned out to be a good sharing session with everyone. Not only did we get to meet other travel bloggers in ...

Padi House: Putrajaya

Padi House is still a low key restaurant even though they currently have a few branches in the Klang Valley. I have visited the one in Bandar Baru Seri Petaling but the one in Putrajaya was newer and had a ...

Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet-Up

For those who have been following my tweets for the past few days on the Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet-Up, you would probably know that by now that I am quite excited about tomorrow’s event! Ever since Jard started the Malaysian ...

Citrawarna Malaysia 2012

Colours of Malaysia has arrived again. Colours of Malaysia was held Merdeka Square this year which included arts and crafts, traditional music, exotic dances and traditions from our diverse culture. This event which was first held in 1999, became an ...

A lil bit of Dim Sum at Lai Po Heen

It was a big celebration for the family especially for my mum and we decided to go to the elegant Chinese restaurant in Mandarin Oriental Hotel (Kuala Lumpur) called Lai Po Heen. She chose the restaurant this time since the ...

What the Cupcakes? – Wondermilk Publika

  Wondermilk Publika and its’ delicious cupcakes. I remembered going to Wondermilk for the first time about 6 years back. It was with my ex-colleague Weed who had asked me to join her to visit this little joint in Damansara ...

Chinese Halal Seafood: Hj Sharin Chinese Muslim Restaurant

Eating Chinese Halal Seafood for dinner. Once a week I have dinner with my parents and usually it’ll be somewhere new since my parents are the adventurous type when it comes to gourmet. My dad suggested that we try Hj ...

Oui Oui A Delicious Bakery: Levain Boulangerie

A French inspired bakery in KL. I had read about Levain Boulangerie & Patisserie a tad too many times and salivated over the photos that Nigel had posted in Food n’ Frame. Everytime we wanted to go there, something would ...