Visiting Malaysia 2014-15

Work has been really crazy for the past couple of weeks. I finally have some time to take a breather and post a long overdue update on our trip back to Malaysia! In the interest of time, this post will contain mostly pictures and less words since a picture speaks a thousand words right? So… 

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Nan Tien – The Southern Paradise

Who would have thought that in Australia, one would find the largest Buddhist temple in the Southern hemisphere? It’s true, Nan Tien Temple, also known as the Southern Paradise, is located about 80km from Sydney and aims to focus on the interchange of western and eastern cultures. During my first few weeks in Sydney, I… 

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Brunch in Sydney

You asked for it, now here it is! My very post on Australian food, Sydney to be exact. Yes, I know I have told most people that I was supposed to fly to Melbourne but due to a certain twist of fate, I am now in Sydney and have been here for the past one… 

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Dining in the Sky at KU DÉ TA

To me, a visit to Singapore wouldn’t be complete without going to the Skypark at Marina Bay Sands. Ever since its opening, I have been wanting to visit this place so the opportunity came when Saucer and I were in Singapore for a short trip over the weekend. We took the MRT to Bayfront station,… 

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Stuffed at Shabushi Buffet

Buffet is not something that we usually crave for, but there was one day in Bangkok when we were sight-seeing from the morning to the evening with little food, and seeing the sight of all-you-can-eat instantly stirred up our appetite. Shabushi is a combination of 2 Japanese cooking elements – shabu-shabu (hot pot) and sushi… 

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The Sinful Claypot Briyani

Just before I left my previous company, my colleagues brought me out for a farewell lunch at their favorite restaurant, Legend’s Claypot Briyani House. It was actually my second visit to the place and I remembered liking their clay pot briyani rice very much. Even though they have quite a few branches around Klang Valley,… 

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Dim Sum at Celestial Court

It must have been some kind of a tradition during the weekend – to have dim sum or yum cha as the first meal of the day, that is. Even after I have moved to Australia, this tradition still applies, and I have lost count on the number of times I ate siew mai over… 

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