The Eatery & The Best Brew @ Four Points Penang

If you’re stay at the Four Points, you might want to start your day with a tasty breakfast and enjoy delicious Malaysian and international cuisines at The Eatery, its all-day dining restaurant. The Eatery, is bright and cheery, with a comfortably trendy, spacious design. Featuring live cooking stations offering Asian and International buffet spreads including pizza, […]

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The Bigger, Better and Bubblier Sparkalite ‘4Cs’ Sunday Brunch @ InterContinental KL !

Do you remember back in the day when he first proposed? Or when he took you shopping for the perfect engagement ring? Well, that was really my first encounter with the 4C’s. You see, diamonds are all about the 4C’s.. i.e. colour, clarity, cut and carat. Happiness defined by Singaporeans is also found in the 4C’s […]

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15 Things to Eat in Yangon, Myanmar

Earlier this year, both me and hubby were in Yangon, to be a part of the Yoma Yangon Marathon 2013. This was the inaugural race, and we were so happy to be a part of history. If you are interested in our adventures and travels in Myanmar, read our past posts here. And perhaps the […]

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guEST presents Bordeaux with Love !

With the launch of guEST by the BIG group, comes a fantastic Bordeaux Wine dinner, which we were really looking forward to.. Just last week, we were invited to be guests at guEST,  and the theme of the night was, Bordeaux With Love. A divine 5-course wine pairing menu, featuring some of the finest wines […]

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Reasons to Visit Cyprus

Back in the UK, during our student days, we had a close Cypriot friend, who studied law. Even back then, he kept badgering us to come and visit him in his gorgeous country, and because we were just students, we didn’t have enough money then, to take him up on his offer. Extrapolate that by 10 […]

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From Bukit Mertajam to Taiping

A continuation post from last years returning trip from Penang. While having brunch at an Indian Muslim coffeeshop in Teluk Bahang on Penang Island, a chinese lady with her family suggested I try Bukit Mertajam’s famous laoshu fen (silver needle rice noodle) pork noodles when I headed back to Kuala Lumpur. I have never been […]

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White Truffle Promotion at Graze, KL Hilton

This November, Graze at the KL Hilton, offers its hugely popular white truffle promotion at its newly renovated eatery. With an emphasis on fresh, seasonal produce, this modern European brassiere is much more approachable now, compared with the previous stylish Senses, and I love the new contemporary look this restaurant is currently sporting. Executive Chef […]

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Dimsum Unlimited @ Celestial Court

Dainty dishes of steamed meat buns, shrimp dumplings and more dimsum than you can imagine, is what I am talking about. Imperial Sheraton’s Celestial Court is a ballroom-like restaurant, spacious yet well concealed on the third floor of Imperial Sheraton, it sits in a nook, behind an opulent entrance where an intricate Chinese lantern and […]

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Petronas Deepavali Webisodes – The true meaning of Deepavali

On the morning of Deepavali, Hindus will have a traditional oil bath. For most Hindu’s the significance of an oil bath on Deepavali day is sacred, and it represents the cleansing of one’s body and soul. Gingelly oil, is placed on top of the head, then slowly rubbed on the face, the body and limbs. […]

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Four Points by Sheraton Penang.. a lovely place to stay!

Upon arrival, at the Four Points by Sheraton, I immediately took to its open concept and huge, spacious lobby, featuring a panoramic view of the Straits of Malacca. It had a lovely resort feel and I could picture myself dozing off in a hammock under a shady tree, somewhere on this beach. Known as the […]

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