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When I was in the Netherlands, I was in awe of the time that the locals spend sitting at cafés, drinking, chatting, and people watch. I felt like it was a waste of precious time. Later, I realised that they are finding the sweet spot of work vs. life balance. Since then, I do try to ... continue reading »

Learning about the inaugural Perak Noodle Fest made me recall my most challenging lunch of eating three bowls of noodles at Zok Noodle House, on Level 4 of SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting. If you do not know yet, Zok Noodle House serves authentic Hong Kong / Macau cuisine and dim sum, as well as offering a ... continue reading »

The thunderous roar of the rumbling engine of not one but more than a hundred Harvey-Davidson motorcycles was the sweetest music to the ears of many, as the Kingz MG (Motorcycle Group) convoy snaked its way from the west coast to the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, over the 3-day weekend in conjunction with Malaysia ... continue reading »

Singaporeans are really no stranger to Japanese restaurant, Tampopo Delicieux, since its foray into the island country some 14 years ago. In fact, it was so popular with the community that it even won the AsiaOne People's Choice Award 2016. In Malaysia, Tampopo Delicieux first set foot, thousands of metres above sea level, in SkyAvenue, Resorts ... continue reading »

Writing about my meals at PappaRich prompted me to think about a similar F&B franchise, Richdad. Owned by Only World Group (OWG), there are six outlets in Peninsular Malaysia. I remember patronising the café at SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting, two times. It is one of the few outlets situated on the ground floor of the lifestyle ... continue reading »

Growing up in Ipoh, as a Cantonese, my default breakfast was dim sum before heading to school. During the weekends, it was either Canning Garden Chee Cheong Fun or Auntie Foong's Curry Noodles. Over the years, it is interesting to see how dim sum has evolved, from traditional to modern fare. These days, when I go ... continue reading »

Beyond the usual renowned tourist attractions like the Petronas Towers lies a hidden gem along one of the more nondescript streets of Kuala Lumpur: the Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery. While Malaysia is home to a number of interesting museums, such as the Perak Museum just a couple of hours north in Taiping, the ... continue reading »

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