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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- Colmar Tropicale @ Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia
- Podgy & The Banker @ Sri Hartamas, KL
- Peng Heong Hakka “Paikut” Pork Ribs Restaurant @ Klang
- Wombats Hostel @ Budapest Hungary
- Bangkok Itinerary – Best of Bangkok
- Flying Fox @ Bukit Tinggi, Malaysia
- Restaurant Good Friends @ Genting Highlands
- Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok @Thailand
- Heros Square (Hosok tere) @ Budapest Hungary
- Niu Taste @ St Mary Place, KL
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Colmar Tropicale is a highland resort inspired by the Alsace region of France. Located at 2700 ft above sea level, cobbled streets, timber-framed buildings, clock tower and pastel colors reminisce an European medieval village.
Podgy & The Banker is quaintly nestled in the Sri Hartamas neighborhood. The cafe’s name is the kind that will get your head to turn again just to recapture the name. Podgy & The Banker serves simple pastries, sandwiches and … Continue reading
Peng Heong Hakka Pork Ribs Restaurant boasts of an almost 40 years of experience that entice patrons back and again for the time-tested recipe. The famous pork ribs are deep fried and super tender. Lightly coated with a starchy powder, … Continue reading
Wombats Hostel in Budapest is an excellent choice for those travelling alone and for those that are on a budget as it can’t be located more centrally than within 10 minutes walk to the major transportation hub of Deak Ferenc ter … Continue reading
A trip to Bangkok promises a myriad of experiences – whether you just want to do retail therapy, indulge in spa and massages, see the cultural aspects of Bangkok, or a little bit of everything. In our very short trip, we didn’t … Continue reading
The Flying Fox at Bukit Tinggi is the longest trail in South East Asia, located in Colmar Tropicale’s Adventure Park. I saw the advertisements for it as we were driving and just mentioned to Gary as-a-matter-of-factly “hey, there’s flying fox … Continue reading
Imperial-themed with dragon motifs and Forbidden-City-inspired red doors, Restaurant Good Friends (好友记) in Genting Highlands serves a mix of Cantonese and Hakka cuisine fit for a king.