10 Ways to Experience Kyoto

After Osaka, it was time to get on the Shinkansen again, and head out to Kyoto. Follow our Journey here: 10 Things to do in Osaka How To Navigate Japan’s Train & Subway System plus getting ‘Connected’ The Sunny Side of Travel Blogging, Part 2 – Tokyo Marathon 2015 Kyoto was approximately an hour from […]

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Slurp Worthy Ramen @ New Yew Sang Restoran

It’s hard to hate a huge bowl of steaming hot, salty, meaty broth with tender, slow-cooked slices of charsiew (BBQ pork) that sits like a crown, on top of a pile of bouncy ramen noodles. But there’s a difference between ramen you eat for a quick fix, and ramen that’s so good, you want to eat it a […]

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Cave dining with Dom Pérignon Second Plénitude (P2-1998)

Just a few days from our return from Japan, Moet Hennessy Diageo whisked us away to a mystery location for the revealing of Dom Pérignon Second Plénitude (P2-1998), the Second Plenitude of the premiere champagne maker. As we embarked on the highway in heavily tinted black Alphards, the guests took turns guessing the destination. None […]

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Interview with Chef Alexander Waschl of Saujana Hotel

Since The Restaurant at The Club Saujana, is about to have an amazing Wine Dinner (on the 27th of March), cooked by the enigmatic, Chef Alexander Waschl, we thought it might be a great time to interview him. Hailing from mountainous Austria, Chef Alexander has been at the peak of his game for many years, […]

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A French Affair for One Night only @ The Restaurant, Saujana

One of the most versatile chefs I know is Austrian Head Chef at Saujana, Chef Alexander Waschl. Beneath his tall chef hat and distinct Austrian accent is a humble yet talented man, who brings an amazing Austrian flare to the table, each and every time he cooks for us. And people actually forget that the Austrians had […]

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10 Things to do in Osaka

The trip to Japan was a whirlwind of adventures. A few weeks of planning, reading online guides, tripadvisor and travel books did not really prepare us for the task that lay ahead. Our first destination in Japan was Osaka city, the capital city of the Osaka Prefecture in the Kansai region, located over 500km from Tokyo city […]

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Chinese Nasi Lemak Section 17

Nasi lemak, the de facto national dish of Malaysia. Yet, you would agree with me, when I say that there are so many version of it – the mind boggles. Here’s one popular version,  here’s another and another. But probably one of the less known ones would be a Chinese style Nasi Lemak, located in Section 17 […]

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How To Navigate Japan’s Train & Subway System plus getting ‘Connected’

And our latest trip to Japan for two weeks, really did take a lot of planning. The language barrier, the sheer enormity of geography, navigating the multi-layered transport system, lugging baggage up and down platforms, and catching the speedy, illusive Shinkansen, weaving through human traffic, were challenges we looked forward to tackling as much as […]

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Flying AirAsia X to the Tokyo Marathon 2015

We just got back to KL, and we flew with AirAsia X, Business Class, and all I can say is that, it’s a must if you have been traveling non-stop for 2 weeks, and had to run a marathon in between. Trust me, your limbs will thank you for it! For just a little more […]

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The Sunny Side of Travel Blogging, Part 2 – Tokyo Marathon 2015

Traveling the world, and writing about it. Sounds like a semi-charmed life doesn’t it? Well, it is in a way, but it also isn’t without sweat and frustration, if you don’t put some planning into it.

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