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The old adage of “Appearances can be deceiving” is always the truth especially on food as the tasting experience can be a pleasant surprise or vice versa. Never would I thought that “Names” can be deceiving too. In Malaysia, we would roughly know the the type of food served just by judging the name of the food joints (for example, [...]
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Dim Sum is definitely something you can’t miss when visiting Ipoh. There are of course ample of Dim Sum choices at Ipoh and chances are if you’re asking for recommendations, most people would refer you to the “Big Three” – Foh San, Ming Court and Yoke Fook Moon which are arguably the most established (but severely touristy) Dim Sum restaurants [...]
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It is a common knowledge that Melbourne has a diverse and multicultural population especially the Asian immigrants. Evidently, I have experienced it firsthand by seeing and hearing lots of foreign languages being spoken during my trip there. One of the biggest Asian community is the Vietnamese populations where they have assimilated well within Melbourne since the outbreak of Vietnamese War. [...]
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Luffa, also know as ridged gourd or angled gourd, is a type of tropical and subtropical vines belongs to the cucumber family. There are angled luffa and smooth luffa,  which the former has long ridges running every quarter inch or so through the length of the fruit while the latter has a rounder profile. Younger luffa has the taste and [...]
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It’s my usual breakfast gathering with my mom and sis on Sunday and this round we had Dim Dum at Tang Room at The Starling.    With the ceiling-to-floor glass windows surrounded the restaurant, sunshine floods the space which create an inviting and pleasant atmosphere. The restaurant is spacious and gorgeously designed with carpeted flooring, rose gold and bronze themed, [...]
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According to the wise “Google”, Weil Hotel Ipoh is a chic property featuring multiple eateries, plus a rooftop gastro bar & an infinity pool. Well, I have to wholeheartedly agree after my short staycation last month.   WEIL Hotel is located in the bustling heart of Ipoh and adjoins Ipoh Parade, one of the biggest malls in the city. The [...]
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Operates from 6.30pm till midnight (3.00am), this Wonton Mee stall nestled at the car mechanic shop (during day time) along Jalan Sungai Besi is one of the popular supper places for night owls at Klang Valley.   The simple setting is simple with basic plastic tables and stools placed in the rather shabby shack. Wonton Mee takes centre stage in [...]
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Before I start my Airbnb post, there’s one important thing you need to know before travelling to Australia. Malaysian who plan to visit Australia will be required to hold a valid Travel Authorization or Visa. Applying for a traveling visa from Malaysia to Australia is quick and simple we did ours online via the links as below:- https://www.eta-australiatravel.com/ https://www.australianvisa.com.my/   We arrived [...]
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As I’ve mentioned earlier, I went for a 4D3N Bandung trip with my colleagues and their family on middle of May.  The itinerary was arranged by the travel agency and here’s the places we visited during the trip. This might not be the most informative travelogue but if you have plan to visit Bandung, you may refer to some of [...]
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I’m not a fan of prawns but whenever my mom cooked this dish, I can easily finished half of the portion and the flavour of the soy sauce coating on the prawns is so robust. I’d literally lick every finger and make sure none of the sauce is going to be wasted. Truly finger licking good dish that you shouldn’t [...]

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