Le Chinois @ Sofitel Macau At Ponte 16

I’ve had the chance to try the contemporary Chinese Restaurant – Le Chinois in Sofitel Macau At Ponte 16 where innovative dim sum is delicately prepared, and classic Chinese dishes come with a twist.        Continue reading

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Chang Jiang White Coffee Cafe @ Ipoh

The newly opened Chang Jiang White Coffee Cafe off Jalan Gopeng brings us back to the olden days.  Marbled table tops, giant mirrors and old fashioned panel windows reminisce the typical kopitiam, but at the same time, the cafe is demurely fashionable with Tiffany blue chairs and pink window frames.   The cafe is more than appearance of looking old as there is indeed history with Chang Jiang White Coffee – whereby the Kong family came from China 3 generations ago, landed in Ipoh and started off their business with wantan mee and white coffee   Continue reading

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Coffeeright Place @ Ipoh

Coffeeright Place is a quaint little cafe that’s spicing up Jalan Kampar with the skylines of New York – presented in black and white while highlighting some of the buildings in brilliant colors making them lively and lego-like.     Continue reading

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Macau Food Festival

DSC_1205The annual Food Festival in Macau draws more crowd than ever, celebrating the diversity of food in Macau.  It gets even better than that because international restaurateurs are invited to participate in this event, presenting authentic flavors from their home countries.  Last year, it was restaurateurs from Thailand and this year, it’s restaurateurs from Kasai of Japan.       Continue reading

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Castle Hill @ Budapest Hungary

Spending a day in Castle Hill gives you an ultimate Budapest experience.  Historical sites, castle, museums, funicular rides, cafes, quaint little houses, underground tunnels and stunning panoramic views are all conveniently accessible with the buses (16 & 16 a) that circulate around the hill.  All you need to do is hop and hop off at your desired location.     The places of interest include :  Continue reading

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Ministry of Coffee @ Solaris Mont Kiara, KL

Ministry of Coffee in Solaris Mont Kiara is located rather discreetly at the rear of the Soho Complex. There is some “rawness” about the outlet with bare cement and bare bricks, while the slab of stainless steel tabletop adds a sense of professionalism.        Continue reading

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Peranakan Museum @ Singapore

The Peranakan Museum in Singapore is housed in an elegant 3-storey, colonial building that was the former Tao Nan Chinese School.  From the 10 galleries exhibited in the museum, there is everything you would want to know about the Peranakan culture, from their origins, to religions, to food, to weddings and funeral.     Continue reading

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