Hi there! I am KJ! A Taiwanese girl living in Malaysia, a foodie always curious at new destinations. Hop in, and enjoy a ride with me on my travel escapades and food trails.
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- Cafe Take a Break VIP Lounge @ Ipoh
- Wat Mahathat @ Ayutthaya, Thailand
- Nadia Sugar & Spice @ De Garden Ipoh
- Hua Hin Itinerary – Best of Hua Hin, Thailand
- Supertree Grove @ Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
- Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park @ Phetchaburi Thailand
- Tammy’s Kitchen @ Ipoh
- Tea Bones Cafe @ Ipoh (Hugh Low Street)
- Thumb’s Cafe @ Greentown, Ipoh
- 34 Cafes to Visit in Ipoh
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I’ve passed by Cafe Take a Break VIP Lounge in Ipoh Garden South a few times, and assumed it’s a (dodgy?) bar as there are lots of bars in the area. At a reader’s recommendation, I gave it a try, and … Continue reading
The Buddha’s head cradled in intertwining tree roots is a compelling and evocative image at Wat Mahathat in Ayutthaya Historical Park. My father even thought the two are one entity and when I showed him the picture, he asked me … Continue reading
With the addition of Nadia Sugar & Spice located in De Garden, there is now a chic halal cafe to hang out in Ipoh. A mixture of Malay food and western food are served here.
Our trip to Hua Hin definitely exceeded my expectations. It’s a small beach town with a little of everything to keep everyone happy – outlet shopping for the shopaholic, cave hopping for the adventurous, royal palaces / temples for the … Continue reading
The Supertree Grove is located within the vast compound of Gardens by the Bay. It is the most magical at night, serenaded by flamboyant lights and bejewelled giant trees.
I visited the Phra Nakhon Khiri Historical Park in Phetchaburi as part of day trip from Hua Hin. Not knowing too much about the park, I decided to visit it because I was simply intrigued by the seemingly faraway and … Continue reading
Tammy’s Kitchen is buried deep in the residential area in Ipoh Garden East, just a little further up the Citrus Restaurant. It is unbeknownst to me all these years because the furthest I go in the area is Citrus. I … Continue reading
When I first drove past the Tea Bones Cafe on Hugh Low Street, I thought it was “T Bones” and immediately linked it to a steak house. When I walked into the cafe, it was very oriental with a strong … Continue reading
Looking very similar to a Malay kampung house, Thumb’s cafe serves a mix of Malay and Western cuisine. Old fashioned with yellow wooden windows, vintage floral curtains and cushy couches, it’s the kind of place you would expect some comfort … Continue reading