Travelogue Manila: Science And Discovery @ Mind Museum, Bonifacio Global City

Malaysians aren’t big on museums. I can count the number of museums/discovery centres that we have in KL. The best and most well kept is probably the Islamic Arts Museum, followed by the National Museum…and that’s about it. The Planetarium is tiny, and Petrosains still has the same exhibits it had when it opened in 1999 lol. Maybe that’s why all the museums are empty … Continue reading Travelogue Manila: Science And Discovery @ Mind Museum, Bonifacio Global City

Review: Niu by Vikings @ SM Aura, Taguig

Located on the 6th (rooftop) floor of SM Aura in Taguig, Niu is the slightly more upscale/classier version of Vikings, the popular buffet chain in the Philippines. I’ve read alot of good things about the place on blogs and review websites like Zomato and Tripadvisor, and since birthday babies get a free meal, we thought of celebrating N’s 31st birthday there. We arrived around 6.15pm … Continue reading Review: Niu by Vikings @ SM Aura, Taguig

Nadai Fujisoba@ Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

When it comes to Japanese noodles, ramen tends to get more attention – so it’s nice to see a place dedicated to two lesser known (but no less delicious!) counterparts – udon and soba. Like it’s name, Nadai Fujisoba specialises in soba, or buckwheat, noodles. The chain is popular in Japan, but has also made its way to Bonifacio Global City in Metro Manila. Located along High … Continue reading Nadai Fujisoba@ Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila

Bonifacio Global City, also known as The Fort or BGC for short, is a central business district sandwiched between Makati and Taguig. After the hustle and bustle of downtown Manila, stepping into its commercial area, High Street, felt a little surreal. Clean and well-paved streets free from belching jeepneys, people walking their dogs or jogging, skyscrapers and high-end retail/restaurants reminded me more of Singapore than … Continue reading Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila