Month: November 2013

3D2N in Penang : Half Day Tour in Penang to Temples, War Museum & Penang Hill

The second day of the trip, we booked the cab driver from the hotel for a half day tour around Penang. It’s so much convenient and you don’t have to worry about how to travel from one place to the other. The whole tour lasted for about 6 hours and we started off at 9am in the morning, with the temples as our first destination.

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3D2N in Penang : Straits Quay Plaza & The Ship Restuarant

Upon checking in to our wonderful hotel at Four Points by Sheraton and with the recommendation from the friendly staff, we took a cab arranged by the hotel to Straits Quay which is located not far from the hotel, approx. 10 mins drive to have our lunch. We settled down for lunch at PappaRich as it’s the only restaurant open with local food. Most of the restaurants there are selling western food, more like a chillax place with beer and wine.

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[Photo Post] TEMPORIUM, Visit Before it’s Gone

TEMPORIUM is a pop-up store, diner and gallery housed on Dunlop street in quaint Little India. Its a place where you get to enjoy a cup of artisan coffee and pastry, and to do some shopping ranging from fashion to books from a selection of designers, craftsmen and artists. A cross collaboration between several homegrown brands, including Papa Palheta, Wild Rocket and BooksActually, come together to deliver new experiences for visitors in a colourful neighbourhood.

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[2013 Xmas Guide + Giveaway] World’s First Shaver that Put Shaving Irritation on Ice by Braun!

Sponsored Review What irritates you the most for your daily shaving routine? The shaving irritation like burning, itching, redness and skin tension irritates me the most. Other than that, the need of having to replace your blade (which is quite expensive) and shaving foam is one factor which I do not like about too.

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[News] “臺灣甘甜生活 Tea Time in Taiwan” Taiwan Fair at Takashimaya Singapore

The Small and Medium Enterprise Association (SMEA) under Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs is organizing a Taiwan Fair in Singapore for the first time to showcase the best products. Based on the theme of “Tea Time in Taiwan”, the SMEA has selected top quality food, tea and ceramics makers to participate at this Fair. The production and quality of Taiwan products are a reflection of our local customs and cultural diversity. As such, through this Fair, we hope that Singaporeans can understand and appreciate Taiwan’s cultural heritage, our values and our lives as they enjoy the various teas, confectionery and ceramics at this event.

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