Serene Chaos (2) – Travel Tip

After writing on Part 1 last week, this is Part 2 of the Travel Tip installment from Nigel Skelchy on Bali. A great place to have dinner before you step out to watch hellish visions would be Zanzibar on Jalan Double Six(Double Six Street), Bali . Great food, great service, at great prices.  Just imagine, […]

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Photo(s) of the Week – Ko Lipe

Perhaps one of our favourite road trips is to the islands on the South West coast of Thailand is Ko Lipe. Living in Kuala Lumpur which is the capital of Malaysia, makes crossing the Malaysian Thai boarder by car rather easy, and then a gorgeous beach holiday is only a stone’s throw away. Ko Lipe […]

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7 Ways I like my ‘first rice’ in Japan

It’s Friday again guys, so here is today’s Blogger in the Spotlight (BITS) talking about all her favourite breakfasts in Japan. How Do You Like Your First Rice? Breakfast is easily my favourite meal of the day. Although generally a morning person, I regret that having a good breakfast has been relegated to the luxury […]

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Nose to Tail Pigging out.

After the first year anniversary party at Delectable Su’s we, i.e. A lil Fat Monkey, CT, Keith(Velvetescape) and Ciki headed down to the famous ‘strip’ in Kuala Lumpur for food and night life, Changkat Bukit Bintang. The party scene on Bukit Bintang is a colourful and glamourous affair. Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL is a well-known […]

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5 Reasons I like Nasi Tumpang

Oh, I do love Nasi Lemak, Nasi Kandar.. and latest on the list, Nasi Tumpang (conical packet rice). If you are wondering why, there are 5 reasons I love this great local dish, and they are: 1. It is easy to take it away and not messy to eat since it comprises of compacted rice […]

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Blowing off Steam.. Steamboat!

What makes a steamboat meal so special? Is it that fact that everyone needs to crowd round the dining table, waiting for that simmering metal pot of stock at the center to come to a boil? Is it the fact that one needs to time precisely when the ingredients are placed into the pot and […]

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5 photos that have inspired me the most, and why.

Today’s Travel Tip is by someone who needs no introduction! My friend and amazing blogger, Keith writes on 5 Places that have Inspired him and challenged him on to bigger things. Bali sunset Sunsets always inspire me. This particular sunset in Bali will stay etched in my mind forever for its sheer brilliance and intensity. […]

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Chinese Doughnuts

It’s Friday and Blogger in the Spotlight (BITS) wants to introduce its Creative Corner. C&C’s creative corner showcases Malaysian’s bloggers whose talents lie in creative writing, artwork as well as cooking/baking. To kick off the Creative Corner, we have a Recipe. Let’s get creative with Nigel in the kitchen this week . If you are […]

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Borobudur – 3 levels of Enlightenment

If statues could talk, they would whisper about the journey of pilgrims from afar, who would come in the name of religion and spirituality, in search of great moral significance. If statues could talk, they would lament of an earthquake of such magnitude it caused severe damage for miles, in the area surrounding them. “Many […]

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10 dishes I would take you to eat if you came to Malaysia!

10 of Malaysia’s Best Food from 2 Monkeys!

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