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Wedding anniversary getaway

Wedding anniversary getaway

rif and I celebrated our wedding anniversary this month – our 3rd. And while we’re still considered recently married, it doesn’t stop me from finding out that “happily ever after” is not a given. It requires persistence, planning and prioritizing. When we did the marriage preparation course, I knew that marriage was not going to […]

September 14, 2014

Work musings and about being Malaysian…

I’ve been doing a fair bit of travel for work. Not every week but often enough to miss home and miss hanging out with my loved ones. Leisurely coffee sessions are hard to come by and my days are spent dealing with corporate egos. Doing what I do allows me to see the kind of […]

Fifty 8 Grill, Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai

Imagine being told by Chef Richard Ekkebus, that you’re about to eat the best steak of your life. The (limited supply) wagyu beef from David Blackmore, the only Australian raising 100% purebred Japanese wagyu cow – the crème de la crème of wagyu beef. And Fifty 8° Grill at Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai offers this […]

The long weekend

rif and I planned a trip to Hat Yai with his parents during the Raya break but we cancelled our plans on the morning of our trip due to the bombing in Betong the evening before. The news made me uneasy and unable to sleep and we left KL for north at 5am. Traffic was […]

July 25, 2014

Spa Village at Pangkor Laut Resort

Spa sessions are a luxury which I reserve for special occasions or when I get extra moolah from freelance work. They are also a luxury I enjoy when I do hotel reviews, not all the time but most of the time. I’ve been fortunate to try some really great spa massages, including this recent indulgence at The Spa […]

The Commune Social, Shanghai

During my first two days in Shanghai, I often ate alone as rif had to work. I sat by the window at Farine Bakery and ordered with an excellent pain au chocolat and hot latte. And at The Commune Social, I choose to sit by the kitchen bar where I got to watch Head Chef […]

Yong Yi Ting at Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

During my 5 days in Shanghai, I found the city a melting pot of food culture. Restaurants and hotel kitchens are lead by renowned chefs and entrepreneurs from all over the world — eager to serve you all kinds of cuisine in the most authentic way possible. Let’s just say I ate very well in this […]

May 6, 2014

Taiwan

If you follow my Facebook and/or Instagram, you would know that I’m on a vacation in Taiwan. rif has been wanting to go to Taiwan since 2 years ago and he finally convinced me to go early this year. To be honest, I don’t get why he wants to go to Taiwan when he can’t […]

The Public, Shanghai

Fried chicken has always been one of my favourite things to eat. There’s just something irresistible about it, that I would crave for it ever so often. In Shanghai, I had a taste of the famous fried chicken at The Public, an American diner that serves authentic southern cuisine. Chicken & Waffles (RMB¥145) comprised half […]

Cafe Dan, Tianzifang Shanghai

One of the few places I enjoyed in Shanghai was Tianzifang, also known as Taikang Road. Tianzifang houses bar, artsy cafes, craft shops, design studios, galleries and boutique — supported by tourists, expats, designers and yuppies. The architecture itself is something to marvel at; a marriage between French and Chinese style evident from the stone […]

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