Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Hotel Kuala Lumpur is located in the KL Sentral district. This is my first time staying at a Hilton hotel. The location is strategically convenient, with the airport express train just a stone's throw away. I love the layout of the room. The rooms are well equipped. I especially like the tub and the rainforest … Continue reading Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Koon Kee Wantan Mee, childhood nostalgia

After renewing my IC at UTC, Pudu, I took a stroll down Petaling Street (Chinatown) to find a place for lunch. I passed by Koon Kee and saw that they serve Wantan Mee. Since I haven't had Wantan Mee for quite some time, I thought I give this place a try. Many would find the … Continue reading Koon Kee Wantan Mee, childhood nostalgia

Famous Amos cookies!

Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies are my all-time favorite. Their stores can be found in most major malls in Kuala Lumpur, such as Suria KLCC, Pavilion, and Sunway Pyramid. The pictures shown here were taken in Midvalley. The store is located on the lower ground floor. Whenever I am back in Kuala Lumpur, I always … Continue reading Famous Amos cookies!

Cheap breakfast the Malaysian way

Staying at the Hilton Sentral, I had a variety of Indian restaurants to choose from in Brickfields (also known as Little Indian), which is just walking distance. But out of convenience, I chose to go to Devi's corner in Bangsar as I wanted to go shopping at the Bangsar village mall which is just across … Continue reading Cheap breakfast the Malaysian way

Italiannies @ The Gardens

On our last day in the city (Kuala Lumpur), after shopping at The Gardens Mall, my siblings and I wanted to have a good western lunch. So we looked at the directory and decided on the Italian restaurant - Italiannies. The restaurant is located on the 2nd floor, on the same side as Robinsons. At … Continue reading Italiannies @ The Gardens

Bala’s Banana Leaf

  The restaurant is very clean compared to many banana leaf places I have been to. The basic banana leaf meal is RM 7.5 ( about 1.8 USD), consisting of white rice, 4 different types of vegetables, fried chili, papadom, and a choice of dhal, chicken curry, fish curry, and mutton curry.  If one prefers … Continue reading Bala’s Banana Leaf

Night Markets in KL

  The Malaysian night market, or as the locals call it Pasar Malam, can be considered a quintessential local cultural practice that has been around for a long time. It is basically a street market that is opened at night in certain residential neighborhoods. Here you can find a wide range of local food, electronics, … Continue reading Night Markets in KL