Warner Bros Movie World, Gold Coast

After our visit to the Seaworld in Gold Coast, we used the same multi-park ticket to enter the Warner Bros Movie World the next day. If you had read my post on the 5 Tips for Visiting Sea World, you would know that we had bought our tickets beforehand, so we didn’t even have to… 

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When Plan A Fails

Since I just blogged about Ben’s at Pavilion, why don’t we continue the streak with another of BIG’s establishments, this time at Plan B. It was a Saturday afternoon, and a couple of my ex-schoolmates asked to meet up before I leave the country. Seeing that it was good time for brunch, I couldn’t help… 

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I have always wanted to dine at any one of the BIG’s group establishments, especially after reading so much about them. Opportunity presented itself when a good friend Brian came to visit all the way from the US. Since he specifically requested for something Western, I immediately thought of Ben’s in Pavilion. We went on… 

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Berjaya Times Square

Shopping Amidst the Green at Central Park

It’s the weekend again! Due to the hot and humid weather in KL, one of the more popular activities during the weekend (especially in the hot afternoon) is chilling out and shopping in the multitude of air-conditioned shopping malls around the city. If you’re bored with always going back to the same malls, then you… 

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Villa Danieli

Authentic Italian Fare at Villa Danieli

I love Italian food! Pastas, pizzas, wine, what’s not to love? One place that serves authentic Italian food is Villa Danieli, a romantic and homely restaurant with wooden furnishings and colorful mural that portray the richness of Italy. We had the chance to sample their new menu recently, and were impressed with some of the… 

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Surfcats and the Perth skyline

Falling in Love with Western Australia

When one mentions Australia, the most common places that come to mind are Sydney, Melbourne and perhaps Gold Coast. But Australia is such a humongous country with so much more to explore, to discover and to learn! Home to 2.3 million people from over 200 different countries, Western Australia, the largest state in Australia, is… 

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Battle of the Dim Sum in Singapore

Dim Sum, that tiny and delicate morsels of flavourful food that we usually have for breakfast, has evolved from the olden days into a full-fledged meal now, any time of the day. Incidentally, dim sum must be a Singaporean’s favourite too, for during our recent trip there, we were taken to 2 different dim sum… 

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