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Caffeinated Cabin, Jalan Gasing

Despite writing for more than 7 years, I find it tough to constantly find inspiration in what I do – creative, corporate, feature and blog. Little nooks and cafés help in giving me inspiration to write and such an ambiance promotes creative thinking. So I go to one during my off-days, to catch up on some […]

Burps & Giggles, Ipoh

Ipoh is becoming one of my favourite spots to visit over the long weekend. It is (still) less congested compared to Melaka and Penang, but still bustling with old school charms and cafés. While Penang remains my favourite spot for good hawker food, I prefer the ambiance in Ipoh – less hectic. rif and I […]

September 9, 2014

The Humble Pie Co., Section 17 Petaling Jaya

Some people spend their life climbing the career ladder and when they get there, they realise it’s not what they want all along. I like to think I have a diversified career portfolio and industry but within the line of communications, branding, marketing and advertising. It’s what I’m good at. But sometimes, doing what you’re good […]

August 11, 2014

Sin Yoon Loong, Ipoh

I’ve always gotten my coffee fix at Nam Heong White Coffee in Ipoh until some of my readers mentioned the coffeeshop opposite – Sin Yoon Loong – serves even better white coffee. During my last trip to Ipoh, I made it a point to skip my regular flat white for a cuppa joe at this […]

JENERIS By Ahren, Nu Sentral Kuala Lumpur

As a regular LRT commuter, I love stopping at KL Sentral and KLCC because they are well connected and offers access to F&B outlets, shops and hotels. Occasionally, I would make a pit stop at Le Meridien Kuala Lumpur for a quick drink, just adjacent to the KL Sentral station. Also within walking distance from […]

VCR Coffee, Kuala Lumpur

As the blog turns 7 in a few months, I recall the wonderful times I’ve had, life experiences I’ve gained along the way, friends I’ve made and wonderful opportunities I’ve been presented with. Alas, it hasn’t been smooth sailing throughout. With success comes great responsibility, and not to mention haters. I’ve learnt that there is no […]

Coffee Stain by Joseph, Solaris Dutamas

When I order a latte or flat white these days, I expect to be handed a cup of coffee with pretty rosetta top, made with black-brown espresso foam and steamed milk froth. Sometimes, I get one shaped like a heart and the more creative baristas would make me their rendition of coffee art. Coffee Stain […]

Nutmeg, Bangsar Village

Some cafes place tables so close to each other that you can’t help but listen to the conversation of your next door diner. At Nutmeg, such was the case. I couldn’t help but listen to a family conversation about the “right” age to start dating, while a fresh graduate at the table on my left engaged in an optimistic […]

PULP, Bangsar

Casual coffee sessions are becoming a luxury these days. Often, they’re coffee meetings to discuss work matters or blog related matters with potential clients and sponsors. And that still involves some form of work and thought process. Which is why I really treasure the coffee sessions I have with rif (except when we do blog discussions) and […]

Andaz Lounge at Hotel Andaz in Shanghai

When rif and I were in Shanghai, we had coffee and dessert at the lounge in Andaz Shanghai, said to be the first of the Hyatt Andaz brand to be launched in Asia. The Andaz name means “personal style” in Urdu, driven by a philosophy that celebrates, respects and caters to guest’s personal preferences. Unfortunately, […]

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