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Sangkaya – Malaysia Coconut Ice Cream Creamery Opened at Johor Bahru Next to Checkpoint

[Johor Bahru, Malaysia] Malaysian brand Sangkaya with 36 outlets across Malaysia has opened their latest outlet at Johor Bahru, just walking distance from JB checkpoint. Previously, the nearest outlet from Singapore was at Mount Austin, Johor Bahru, some 15.2km away and required a vehicle. But now, the creamery is more accessible. 2 storeys high with […]

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The Commons – Bangkok’s New Hippest Space With Artisan Cafes, Restaurants, Market, Playground

[Bangkok] Restaurants, market and a playground. There are malls, but this same same but different. The Commons located at Thonglor Soi 17 is a much anticipated eco-friendly mall, filled with artisan cafes and eateries. This space known as “Thonglor’s backyard” is opened by none other than the people behind successful coffee shop Roast. Roast has […]

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Audrey Café des Fleurs – Flower Themed Café At Bangkok Emquartier Is Goodness Gorgeous

[Bangkok] Audrey Café & Bistro is said to be inspired by Audrey Hepburn, thus the feminine touch of elegance from its décor, uniform to presentations. In a short, a girly or ladies place – depending on how you see it. The Audrey Cafe des Fleurs at EmQuartier brings this theme even further, and it is […]

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Kyochon 교촌 – One Of The Best Korean Fried Chicken In Seoul (Maybe Everywhere Else)

[Seoul] Kyochon is known as one of the best Korean Fried Chicken in South Korea, also known as the ‘Lee Min Ho’ chicken. The Chimaek chain is hugely well-liked, with branches in the United States, China, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia… actually, BUT Singapore (Tell me when.) It seems like Kyochon is chosen as the Best […]

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Bongchu Jjimdak 봉추찜닭 – The Other Must Try Jjimdak Restaurant At Seoul

“The Korean teacher says Bongchu Jjimdak is better,” which was why we made our way to this jjimdak restaurant. Better than which one – she didn’t announce, but we assumed it is the popular Andong Zzimdak (with the ‘Z’). Even my tour guide says so “Bongchu”. Andong jjimdak is a chicken dish mixed with vegetables […]

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Hello Kitty Cafe Seoul – The Very Pinky Kitty Cafe At Myeongdong

[Seoul] Dear Daniel is not exactly a fan of Hello Kitty. Haha. Got it? Anyway, I never had the intention to include a Hello Kitty Café in my Korea itinerary, but somehow managed to see this level of pink with pink flags during sight-seeing at Meyongdong. “Okay, let’s go see how the inside looks like.” […]

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Line Friends Store & Cafe Seoul – Cuteness Overload With Brown Cakes, Cony Softserve and Sally Macarons

[Seoul] The Line Friends Store & Café located within Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu has become a MUST VISIT for Line fans. Talking about Line, it is now more than just a communication mobile app, with its characters of Brown, Cony, Moon, James, Sally and Leonard well-loved by so many. (My favourite is Brown, what’s yours?) The Line […]

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O’sulloc Tea House – For Jeju Green Tea Lovers In Seoul

[Seoul] For beauty, there is Innisfree. For tea, there is O’Sulloc Tea. These are just some of the other things that Jeju Island is famous for, other than its beautiful sceneries and ecological treasures. The O’Sulloc brand has much developed and modernized, being one of the major tea exporters from Korea, known for using technology […]

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Frank’s – Dessert Paradise with Rainbow Sponge Cake at Itaewon, Seoul

[Seoul] My new favourite area of Seoul is the Itaewon at Yongsan-gu, filled with a labyrinth of indie cafes, restaurants and stalls which are all diverse, non-homogenous and colourful. There are hidden lanes where you can navigate, and may land up with some surprise finds. I was on my way to Frank’s, famous for their […]

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The Bangkok EmQuartier Food Guide – 40 Mouth-Watering Restaurants & Cafes To Go For

[Bangkok] EmQuartier is the latest must-visit mall in Bangkok, superbly designed with a futuristic facade, containing A LOT of food choices. The mall is split up into three zones – The Glass Quartier, The Waterfall Quartier and The Helix Quartier, all connected by several walkways. It can be confusing at first, but makes sense after […]

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