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22 January 2018

Fly From Singapore To Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

We all know how close Johor Bahru is to Singapore and vice versa. If we feel like crossing the border we're just a bus away. Just December last year, I went for a short day trip to Johor Bahru with 2 of my close friends that I have known since pri school. We all know there's this really famous "Ba Kut Teh" stall near KSL Mall but we opt for something different and went to a Korean restaurant instead. Their operating hours is from Mon–Sun: 12PM–12AM. Price range wise is really good for sharing. Portion wise is also very generous. We also visited the newly open Paradigm Mall and I saw news that they had open an Isaac Toast outlet. So being a die hard fan of the toast I had to give it a try.
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Malaysia is known for their really good and affordable food and people just keep coming back for more. But do you know that all these does not just revolve around Johor? There are other parts of Malaysia such a Malacca, Penang and Kuala Lumpur. For instance, somewhere around late 2016 I went on a 3D2N getaway with my army friends, just to get a breather from the mundane things we do in camp.

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But lucky I have friends that know how to drive, so we rented a car and drove around Malacca. The above mentioned are still accessible via vehicle in short distance but for longer distance such as Penang and Kuala Lumpur might take some time, so Traveloka Malaysia has approach me to share with my readers on what they have to offer. You can check out their link over here: Flight from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

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It's easy booking and everything is pretty much idiot proof. On top of that, Traveloka also have 24/7 live chat so can rest assure that you'll get your enquiries answered pronto. You can also follow them at Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

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10 January 2018

Are We There Yet?

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Hello, hello. To those who are still sticking by my blog and reading all the bits and puzzles of my life that I'm trying to piece together.

It's been quite awhile since I last wrote a personal post. And as much as I keep saying that personal blogging is more or less dead, the lifespan of a person staying on a page to read something is also decreasing. I feel that blogs still has its value and live up to its name to once a platform for brands and advertisers to market their product.

Okay I digress. The reason for me writing this is because of what I fear the world has become, and is going to become. In a age where everything is so superficial, everyone is so attracted to things that are visually appealing and aesthetically pleasing, we fail to look deep upon to what's beneath those carefully curated image. I ask myself, when scrolling through some of my social media, do I really look at what the caption/content is, or do I just look at the image itself. The answer is pretty clear, I'm at guilt myself too. We all are. In contrary to what I've just mentioned, I had a small talk with some of my friends over a meal last month. We realized how some brands and companies are so obsessed with numbers, just like how we're obsessed with curating those beautiful images. They don't see beneath those numbers, just like how we don't see the captions/content beneath those carefully curated visuals. When it comes to advertising, some brands and companies rather believe in superficial things like numbers  than hard work and creativity. It irks me, really.

07 January 2018

True Love @ Neverland Café

Here we are again with another food/café post. It took me long enough, but I finally had the time to sit down proper, open up my editing software(s) and start editing all my overdue pictures taken from my past café hop and oversea travels.

In early November last year, I went on a short getaway with my Poly friends to Bangkok Thailand. Prior to this trip, we had a bit of debate as to where and when is the best time for us to put away our busy work schedule and go on a trip together. But because we're all working adults now, it's pretty hard complementing as some of our schedules may clash. So after much discussion, we settled for a 5 day 4 night trip to Bangkok. But as seen from the title, this post will be focusing on True Love @ Neverland Café instead of my Bangkok travelogue.

Besides all the cheap food and shopping that everyone has heard of. One of the highlight of this trip is to visit True Love Cafe. Located in the middle of a quiet street in the neighbourhood, it is quite inconvenient for you to travel there by foot. What I'll recommend is to book a grab or take a TukTuk there. From my own experience, my friends and I (5 people) we took TukTuk from Platinum Mall to True Love Cafe for about 100-200 Baht? I can't really remember the exact amount but considering the fact we, 5 people squeezed in a TukTuk and travel to the cafe for quite a distance for 200 Baht - $8 SGD, it's pretty much worth it.