Casual Korean Cuisine @ DubuYo Mini, Pavilion Bukit Jalil

Hey, guys! So I’m all better from COVID (yay)! There’s still a bit of a cough and phlegm + brain fog, but everything seems fine otherwise. Hopefully there won’t be any long-term side effects manifesting down the road. More importantly, my appetite’s back–and after a week of steamed/bland/tasteless food while in recovery, I’m ready for… Read More Casual Korean Cuisine @ DubuYo Mini, Pavilion Bukit Jalil

Beautiful 130 Year-Old Malaysian Chinese Temple: Kwan Imm Temple, Klang

Mention Klang, and the first thing that comes to mind is probably bak kut teh – the town’s most famous dish comprising pork ribs, mushrooms and beancurd cooked in a complex broth of herbs and spices. But dive deeper and you’ll find that the royal town of Selangor has plenty to offer, from vibrant cultural… Read More Beautiful 130 Year-Old Malaysian Chinese Temple: Kwan Imm Temple, Klang

Farm in the City, Seri Kembangan: A Unique Petting Zoo Experience

I’ve been getting bored of malls lately. And since I’m not a sporty person, that leaves me with few ‘outdoor’ activities to enjoy, aside from walking around parks, museums, and art galleries (there aren’t too many in Malaysia, so you run out of options after awhile lol). The Hubs and I initially thought of visiting… Read More Farm in the City, Seri Kembangan: A Unique Petting Zoo Experience

Goodbye, Ramly. I Have a New Favourite Burger Tepi Jalan

Pre-pandemic, roadside burger stalls (aka burger tepi jalan) were ubiquitous around Malaysia, and were beloved by people from all walks of life. More than just places to grab cheap and tasty burgers, they also doubled as port lepak (hangout spots), especially after a night out or after catching a midnight film. Because these stalls were… Read More Goodbye, Ramly. I Have a New Favourite Burger Tepi Jalan