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I really should put the brakes on delicious food postings during the month of Ramadhan. Then again, after reading about Klang's Bamboo Biryani in Malay Mail Online, I feel that I ought to write about my own culinary escapade in Klang, as a delegate of Eat.Travel.Write.5, organised by Gaya Travel Magazine, UPEN Selangor and Klang ... continue reading »

I never imagined that it is so easy to go to Pulau Ketam (Crab Island) from Ipoh, until I made the trip myself. Experience is the best teacher, they say. In fact, it is so hassle-free that I went to Pulau Ketam twice within a span of under two weeks! If you plan to use public ... continue reading »

Top 7 Things To Do In Pulau Ketam

Jun 2, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

Pulau Ketam is an idyllic fishing village that does not offer much in terms of adventure or excitement. During my visit, many of the shops prepared to close for the day by 7pm! Maybe due to this extremely laid back lifestyle, a lot of my friends who live in Kuala Lumpur have not visited Pulau Ketam ... continue reading »

Hotel Sea Lion (Sea Lion Hotel) is the largest hotel in Pulau Ketam (Crab Island), Selangor. In fact, the hotel, which accommodates up to 300 guests is the first landmark you see as soon as you walk out from the main jetty of Pulau Ketam after disembarking from the ferry that has arrived from Port Klang. Sea ... continue reading »

Many delegates of the recent Eat.Travel.Write 5, which was organised by UPEN Selangor, Klang Municipal Council (MPK) and Gaya Travel Magazine were put to shame by ten-year-old Danish Harraz. The junior chef-cum-baker showed his prowess in the kitchen when he demonstrated how to bake Butterscotch Nutella Bread Pudding, a recipe that he improvised. With the internet as ... continue reading »

Aliya Hotel, Klang

May 30, 2017 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

Opened for business about a year ago, Aliya Hotel is a three-star shariah-compliant hotel situated in the heart of Klang. If you do not know yet, Klang is the royal town of Selangor, so it is steep in history and heritage. Although marketed as a business hotel, it is an ideal choice for leisure travellers as ... continue reading »

I admit that I am not someone who is easily impressed with things. In a sense, you can say that I am quite jaded with life, after having seen and done many different things around the country. However, my private tour of the majestic Istana Alam Shah was a highlight that will remain in my memory ... continue reading »

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