This hotel reminds me a lot of Hotel Seri Malaysia in Ipoh, Perak. However, beyond its unassuming façade are a very neat landscaped garden and inviting swimming pool.
While visiting Kampung Sijangkang, we were told that a film shooting was in progress in one of the homes. I was curious and wanted to see a live film shoot … Read More
This mangrove recreational park in Kampung Sijangkang is touted to be most tiring for visitors compared to all other mangrove parks in Malaysia. Well, I’m not so sure about that. … Read More
Tanjung Hani Homestay is one of the many accommodations offered at Kampung Sijangkang in the District of Kuala Langat, Selangor. Apart from the usual “house” type of rooms, there are … Read More
Despite its amusing name of ‘belaos’, which is pronounced as ‘blouse’, this chicken dish is amazingly finger lickin’ good! ‘Belaos’ is actually the Javanese word for lengkuas (greater galangal).
Operated by Jefri Bin Tabuti, 49, and assisted by his wife, Fazliza Ayob, 47, Wak Dol Soto is said to offer the most delicious bowl of soto in Banting! The … Read More
One of the rare eateries in the area to offer Western food, we actually came to Chop ‘n’ Grill Kanchong for local food, as you can see from these photos!
I can’t start to eat chips or I will have trouble stopping. This goes for all varieties of chips! Therefore, my visit to Ros Kerepek in Banting was a great … Read More
Kelanang Beach is just five minutes drive from the famed Morib Beach (Pantai Morib). I have no idea why one stretch of beach is more popular than the other where … Read More
No matter how I try to adapt to homestays in a kampung environment, I just can’t get used to it. What can I say? I am a city girl through … Read More