Wagamama, a modern Japanese noodle bar at Wintergarden Brisbane which we visited for lunch on last Sunday. I honestly think that their meals are grossly overpriced and definitely not worth the money that we paid for.
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011
We hosted a small steamboat birthday party on the night before our departure back to Malaysia, which was on the 27th of April. The bunny-ears theme was set, but only four of us girls wearing them.
Thursday, June 23, 2011
I find it difficult to travel from one place to another without having an actual local map or GPS in our hands. The iPad and iPhones didn't come in handy at all when they aren't subscribed to any 3G data roaming when we were in Hong Kong.
Location: 26 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
I've got a sudden crave for Korean food just now, so I decided to dig out these mouth-watering Korean BBQ pix which have been sitting on my hard drive for quite some time. Daorae Korean BBQ was the restaurant we visited with cozy environment, coupled with delicious food and refreshing roasted rice tea.
Location: Bayan Lepas, Penang, Malaysia
Sunday, June 19, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Thank goodness! I managed to shake off some weight that I gained (not sure if I gain any since there were so much of walking and sweating involved) from our 6 days trip in Hong Kong. We spent most of our time tasting the local food and snacks, wherever and whenever possible besides sight-seeing. When we were in Ocean Park, I found majority of the food they sell were hotdogs, burgers, pizzas, or some other fried food which are definitely too heaty for such hot weather. My recommendation is this air-conditioned Ocean Cafe (they named it Cafe Ocean instead, or it should be read from the other way?) that offers a comfy dining area and decent proper meals.
Location: Ocean Park Hong Kong
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
During our stay in KL, we paid a visit to Full House at Sunway Pyramid for the very first time. I've seen a lot of promising photos of this restaurant before, online via some bloggers' blogs. We were deeply impressed by the man-made front yard with artificial turf, wooden fence and a mini cooper on display.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Ocean Park is separated on two different sides of a mountain and wide swaths of sea. In order to travel from the WaterFront to the Summit or vice versa, you'll get to choose between cable cars or Ocean Express funicular train. We chose to take cable car first and train second.
Saturday, June 11, 2011
I skipped a little bit from the Ocean Park (海洋公园) taking you guys to The Peak Tower situated 396 meters above sea level. On our way heading to The Peak Tram Station located at Central's Garden Road St. Joseph Building, we walked pass these two iconic buildings namely the Bank of China Tower (中銀大廈) and the Cheung Kong Center (長江集團中心), incredibly stunning!
Location: The Peak, Hong Kong
Thursday, June 9, 2011
We've seen giant and red pandas in my previous post. And now, it's turn to admire the cold-blooded creatures that swim in the water, undeniably cute and puffy! =)
Location: Ocean Park, Hong Kong Island, China
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Here comes another exciting day in Hong Kong! We'll be heading to the bus station at Central (中环） Exchange Square (交易广场). What for? Just scroll down and see for yourself ;p
Monday, June 6, 2011
On the third morning of our stay here, we were lead to Yuen Kee Restaurant (源记餐厅), one of the famous "cha chaan tengs" at Granville Road (加连威老道), Tsim Sha Tsui.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
A bunch of us went to have Tao Cuisine somewhere in the mid of May, which only cost us about RM25 ++ per person. Yep, those who were born in May are most likely to consider themselves lucky as they'll get to enjoy 50% discount off the buffet.
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Our second and third night accommodation was at the Cosmic Guest House (宇宙宾馆), located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀). After a long tired day, we thought that we could finally take a good rest in a nice and comfy room but who knows, things were just the opposite, no good rest, no nice and comfy room, and definitely no good night sleep *unhappy* It felt as if we have fallen from heaven to hell, compared to our first night accommodation at the Disney's Hollywood Hotel.
Friday, June 3, 2011
After lunch at the Ngong Ping Garden Restaurant, we went to check out the well-known Tian Tan Buddha Statue (天坛大佛) and had a walk around the Ngong Ping Village (昂坪市集).