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The long-awaited opening of Asia’s first animation theme park Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) finally arrived yesterday. I, along with other Annual or Perak Pass holders, had been waiting with bated breath for over a year. Now that the RM520 mega theme park on 52 acres of land is ready, I’d say it was well […]

N.16 Bus Café, Sekinchan

Jun 26, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Goodie Foodie, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

N.16 is one of the newer attractions in Sekinchan. After spending a few hours out and about in the hot afternoon sun, we couldn't wait to hop on the bus to get a respite from the heat. The idea of cooling down with an icy bottle of soft drink was most appealing. We took our seats ... continue reading »

Although Kuala Selangor Nature Park (or in Malay: Taman Alam Kuala Selangor) is a treasure trove for nature lovers, I wonder how many local people appreciate it. Encompassing some 800 acres of land, visitors can take a walk along the trail which leads them into secondary forests, circling a man-made lake and even through a mangrove ... continue reading »

What are the chances of eating French in Kuala Selangor? Extremely high since the opening of Café Lumière sometime in the middle of May this year. I wouldn't say that Café Lumière has an entirely French menu, since there was no dish that I couldn't pronounce. I would rather say, Café Lumière broadly serves Western. Do be ... continue reading »

Since writing this post about staying at The Haven for only RM88.80+, several people have enquired how they can stay at The Haven at low rates without winning the stay via KTM tickets. Yea, I know, not everyone is that lucky to be a winner. I personally have taken numerous train rides since the launch ... continue reading »

Sea Lion HomeStay, Pulau Ketam

Jun 18, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

As you probably can tell already, Sea Lion HomeStay is owned by the same family who runs Hotel Sea Lion on the island of Pulau Ketam. Although I personally find Hotel Sea Lion extremely convenient as it is just steps from the Pulau Ketam Jetty, there is no denying that there are some travellers who prefer ... continue reading »

If you know me well, you will notice that I hardly return to the same hotel to stay. This is because I prefer to try out different accommodations and gain wider experiences, from conventional hotels to dorms, bed and breakfasts, capsules, etc. However, Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral Hotel is one hotel that I would gladly stay ... continue reading »

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