Cheap Bread Maker Review | Giant Ezion vs. Tesco Brand?
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 20 December 2014 23:21
Plain Loaf by Bread Maker machineGeneric Bread Maker - Does it work?I have to confess that I love to work in my kitchen, and I have been eying for a bread maker after hearing lots of wonder of what it can do. Branded bread maker versus a generic one, which is better a option? From my research, the inexpensive bread maker works at par despite of minor shortcomings on size or features. Also, I don't turn my large investment into a 'white elephant' that would be shelved when I was no longer in the mood of baking. So, cost really m…
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The Big Fat Hen Penang Restaurant | Tell Me Which is Which?
Written by Shirley T   
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 07:05
Big Breakfast @ TBFHWhen I was first told about The Big Fat Hen Cafe, somehow it just struck my mind as if it is the sister restaurant to TGIF! No thanks to the abbreviation, it perhaps confuses me with 4 letters, composed of T and F of each. The fact is The Big Fat Hen (TBFH) is a new restaurant in town, local family owned business, operating at three different locations in George Town with each less than 1 km away from another. And remember all the three cafes feature a range of distinct variance on their menu. Y…
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Delicious Steamed Yam Rice (Taro Rice) Recipe | Ready in 1 Hour
Written by Shirley T   
Sunday, 07 December 2014 02:56
Easy Quick Yam Rice RecipeYam or better known as Taro by some folks are commonly found in South East Asia. Made into cake and dishes, this root vegetable is a favorite of many due to its distinct texture and flavor. Starchy, delicious if one knows the secrets to cook it to perfection. Growing up in Asia, I somehow fall in love with taro since my early childhood. From taro yam cake that my mom used to make, taro bun (only 25 cents) that reminds me of how inexpensive life used to be when I was young to taro pork ribs that …
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10 Free Things To Do in Hong Kong | Insider's Secret
Written by Shirley T   
Monday, 13 October 2014 00:00
Bruce Lee10 Free Things To Do in Hong KongAvenue of The StarsWhy and why..people keep talking about this place? This the only place in the world that one can see Bruce Lee in action. I am not joking - you would see the scene of this iconic kung fu master movie star is perpetually in action, rain or shine plus the craze of crowd. Forget about selfie-ing only you and Bruce Lee! As its name per say, it is the avenue to pay tribute to the stars of the silver screen and the people who made the magic happen. S…
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Kedah Recretional Forest Titi Hayun Tangga Kenari | Stairway To Gunung Jerai
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 19 July 2014 02:07
Still pool of Titi Hayun Waterfalls in Yan KedahIf you'd heard of Tangga Kenari 1000 Tahun (literally means 1000 Year Canary's Staircase), it is actually the trail of 1334 steps that leads you to the summit of Mount Jerai or Gunung Jerai. Yes, you'd read it right. After merely a thousand odds steps of stairway, it means you'd conquered an altitude of 4793m and guarantee you to be on the top of the world!Exactly, Tangga Kenari Seribu Tahun is a must-try for fitness enthusiasts as it is the longest man-made staircase that was ever built in …
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Bukit Merah Laketown Resort | WaterPark Ticket Promotion @ RM20
Written by Shirley T   
Sunday, 14 December 2014 03:52
Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island JettySimilar to big scale theme parks in other countries such as Disneyland, Six Flags, Universal Studio, Sea World, Ocean World in Hong Kong or Lotte World in South Korea, Bukit Merah Laketown Resort has its own charming theme - a lake town resort that is composed mainly of an Eco Park, Water Park and Orang Utan Island.I can pretty sure bet, there is no other theme park in the world that would present you the unique opportunity to visit Orang Utan Island, despite it's not a glamorous thing…
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Hong Kong DIY Tips Tricks and Best Deals | Eat Shop See Sleep
Written by Shirley T   
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:37
Welcome to HK homestayHong Kong DIY  Traveling Eating Shopping Despite Hong Kong is very much oriental in character, it offers a taste of a cosmopolitan, truly a melting pot of worldwide influences. Growing as a global city, this means the entry into the country is very much hassle free. If you are unsure on entry permit or requirement for your nationality, look up here for visiting pass or visitor's visa requirement into Hong Kong. With that in mind, you can start to book for your flight and accommodation. Homestay …
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Top 5 Most Incredible Things To Do in Hong Kong
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 11 October 2014 06:30
Green Green Lantau IslandLet's not beat around the bushes, I am up for the atypical highlights of Hong Kong hence do not expect much on food and shopping or stories of bustling metropolitan. Instead, this post will bring you to uncover the best kept secrets that nobody had told you before upon their return from Hong Kong!Wilderness indulgence - Lantau Peak SunriseIf hiking or jungle trail adventure is your cup of tea, then head to Lantau Island, the fitness enthusiasts favorite weekend gate-away. With more than a dozen …
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Que Huong Toi Restaurant @ Jalan Jelutong | Must Try Vietnamese in Penang!
Written by Shirley T   
Sunday, 13 July 2014 02:25
Sinh To - Vietnamese Ice Blended Strawberry JuiceSits in the neighborhood of Taman Lita at Jelutong as most folks mentioned, Que Huong Toi Vietnamese Restaurant is a must try eatery in Penang if you're a big fan of Vietnamese food. Seriously! This restaurant was formerly a stall, operating at a coffee shop nearby. Thriving business urged the owner to look for a dedicated venue, hence Que Huong Toi Vietnamese Restaurant was born.Truly Vietnamese, from the ingredients, owners, foods (needless to repeat!) to the majority of the diners or clients.…
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