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Archive for January, 2016


India

India is such a vast country that although I visited it recently, I don't claim that I know the nation or her people well. My friends and I spent just about five days visiting the Golden Triangle of New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur but much time was spent on the three road trips that lasted ... continue reading »

cycling in the Netherlands

This is an announcement that Ipoh Car-Free Day in January 2016 is scheduled for Sunday, 31st Jan, from 7am to 10am. Ipoh Car-Free Day will affect Jalan Raja DiHilir from the Sultan Yussuf Roundabout right up to the Sultan Iskandar Roundabout. The one-way distance of this stretch of road is approximately 1.7 km. It would be ... continue reading »

Announcement: Clown Parade & CNY Celebration

Jan 29, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Events
Ipoh Clown Parade

Come one, come all! A host of activities has been lined up for you this Jan 31 at AEON Kinta City, as we usher in the Year of the Fire Monkey a week later. Look forward to a clown parade, clown vehicle auto show, clown performances, magic shows, balloon sculpture workshop and more. Organised by Au Young ... continue reading »

Movie Animation Park Studios

Asia's first animation theme park, Movie Animation Park Studios or MAPS in short, is scheduled to open in July/August 2016, and I can't be more excited. As an Ipohite, I believe that the city needs a tourism product of this magnitude to spur the economy. Believe me, when it does open, many locals will surely ... continue reading »

Wing Zone NOW in Ipoh!

Jan 27, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150
Wing Zone Ipoh

My favourite fried chicken wings (Buffalo wings), which I discovered two years ago while on an expedition to Kampar, are finally here in Ipoh. Yes! You heard me right. Wing Zone opens its doors for business today (Jan 27, 2016) in Ipoh, the third outlet in Malaysia! Are you as excited as I am? Wing Zone is ... continue reading »

Hotel Excelsior Chinese New Year food preview

This Chinese New Year, for those who plan to hold their reunion in the cosy setting of their own home, they can add-on to their home-cooked meal with the traditional Rainbow Yee Sang at RM48 (small) and RM68 nett (large) from Excelsior Palace Chinese Restaurant. On the other hand, those who prefer to dine out can ... continue reading »

Impiana Hotel Ipoh Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner

One of the most important meals throughout the year is the Chinese New Year reunion dinner. It is a time for bonding and to catch up with one another over a sit-down Chinese course meal. To usher in the Year of the Fire Monkey, said to be the most active and aggressive of the Monkeys, Impiana ... continue reading »

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