Kedai KL, Mahsa Avenue – An Artisanal Marketplace for Homegrown Creatives

If you’re looking for a place to hangout over the weekend that isn’t a crowded, cookie-cutter mall, drop by at Kedai KL, a cool hidden gem tucked within Mahsa Avenue in Petaling Jaya. A project by Mahsa Group (which owns and runs Mahsa University nearby), the artisanal market was launched in late 2019 as a space to “bring local entrepreneurs, artists, makers and designers together … Continue reading Kedai KL, Mahsa Avenue – An Artisanal Marketplace for Homegrown Creatives

AC/DC Lane – Melbourne’s Tribute To Rock And History

One of the things I like most about travelling is exploring neighbourhoods solo.Experience has taught me that when travelling in a crowd, everyone has diverse interests, so walking around on my own gives me the freedom to focus on things that I like, without feeling rushed. That being said, it’s also important to be alert, since you are in a foreign land – but I … Continue reading AC/DC Lane – Melbourne’s Tribute To Rock And History

Kafe Skrin, Kuala Lumpur – A Movie-Themed Cafe

[UPDATE] THIS RESTAURANT HAS PERMANENTLY CLOSED.  You’d think that having to brave the horrific daily jams from Mon-Fri would keep people at home on weekends, but nooooo. This is why I hate going to KL on Saturdays. I’d still be at home having a nice long sleep if it weren’t for the fact that I was emceeing (again) for one of our company events at … Continue reading Kafe Skrin, Kuala Lumpur – A Movie-Themed Cafe