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Fluffy Mutton Briyani in Brickfields

Brickfields, also known as the Little India of Kuala Lumpur, is not only the hub for all kinds of spices, textile, goldsmiths and flowers, but the go-to place for authentic Indian cuisine. The stretch of long and colourful street is sprinkled with Indian restaurants offering either North or South Indian cuisine, for your dining pleasure….

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  • 04.29.11
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Stay in Hilton KL’s Grand Executive Suite for FREE

Hilton KL, a prestigious and classy hotel situated in the heart of the city, is no stranger to local or even foreign tourists. Located at the centre of the transportation hub, it is easily the most accessible hotel in KL, with a gorgeous view to boot. Now, how would you like to stay in its…

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Top 5 Foodie Adventures in Melaka

Happy Travel Tuesday! Today, I am going to share a food hunt post, in a state called Melaka, approximately 2 hours away from KL by car. Melaka or Malacca, is known as the historic state of Malaysia due to its rich history as one of the earliest Malay sultanates and its strategic location next to…

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  • 04.26.11
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Roast Chicken in Lotus Leaf

Chef Michael Elfwing, the Chef de Cuisine of the award-winning Senses restaurant in Hilton Kuala Lumpur is no stranger in the culinary scene. He became more inspiring with the recent launch of his book, “Cooking with Michael Elfwing”, which he deemed to hide no secrets unlike most other recipe books in the market. Just to…

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The Osim uMama Warm Experience

Earlier this week, I wrote about the Perfect Mother’s Day gift that Saucer and I got for his mother. The Osim uMama Warm is a portable massager that works on the neck, shoulders and back, while warming the tummy at the comfort of your own couch. After exploring and finding out how to use this…

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A Venezuelan Gastronomic Festival

Every year, the Embassy of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Malaysia would organize a Venezuelan Week to showcase the arts, culture and cuisine synonymous to their heritage and traditions. This year, however, is more special as Venezuela commemorates its bicentennial celebration, marking two centuries of independence and freedom from colonial oppression. In case you…

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  • 04.22.11
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Teo Chew Porridge and Beyond

Good old Puchong has never failed to impress, or in some cases, surprise me. One of the latest addition to the family of ever-growing Chinese restaurants in the area is Teo Chew Moi, which means Teo Chew porridge in Teo Chew dialect. We were hunting for dinner one night and the spread of dishes laid…

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  • 04.20.11
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