Saturday, February 11, 2017

My Osaka-Kyoto 5 days Itinerary #2: Tips for Transportation, Food & Places to Visit

Visit Part 1 for the sample itinerary, more tips and recommendation for Osaka Kyoto trip.

Here's the continuation of my trip in Osaka and Kyoto! Both these places actually rarely snow even in the middle of winter, so on the 3rd day, I decided to bring my family out of the city to search for snow scenery!

Friday, February 10, 2017

Alpaca Lovers? Hoodie Review - Introducing British Fashion Baker St.

Alpacas are adorable and I'm sure many of us actually loves them a lot. But do you know that alpacas inspired a group of local British artists based in London, UK to create their own fashion brand?

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

My Osaka-Kyoto 5 days Itinerary #1: Tips for Transportation, Food & Places to Visit

 Sample Itinerary to inspire you all for your own trip!

Hello! Some of you might know that I just recently went for a trip to Osaka and Kyoto with my family during the Chinese new year holidays. We traveled in a group of 9 including my aunt and cousins this time round, and this is actually the 1st time any of my family members travel to Japan. 

The trip was really fun, but planning it was really not easy! Although I've been to Hokkaido once, it is really an entirely different experience to plan the travel on your own.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

A date out (Outing Photoshoot)

This shooting was done a long time ago with our very talented photographer Melvin Khor. Pretty much a candid style photoshoot done in Ikea and surrounding area, I had a lot of fun working with him in this shoot!

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Simple Banana Bread Recipe

Overripe banana? Fret not! Baking banana bread is a perfect way to use up overripe banana at home. I mean, who wouldn't enjoy a toasty slice of banana bread serve with vanilla ice-cream or hot tea?

Friday, January 13, 2017

Oceana Seafood and Dim Sum Restaurant @ Nova Saujana (Pork Free Lard Free) Review

Dim Sum is quickly becoming a popular brunch option for Malaysians. These small bite portion of food, usually served in steamer basket or fried are usually served with strong Chinese tea, and it is perfect for a slow morning gathering with the family.

As more people get to know dim sum, the pork and lard free or Halal version