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Saturday, 18 November 2017

Pavilion KL: Go Noodle House

16 October 2017 (Monday)

Go Noodle House has many branches such as Jaya One, One Utama, Mid Valley, Gurney (Penang), Sunway Velocity and many more.

In Pavilion KL, I thought Go Noodle House inside Food Court section so I searched around and can’t find. Therefore I try look for it at outside of Food court and found it.

I ordered Soup Bursting Meat Ball (RM9.81) and Herbal Tea (RM2.64).

I like the meatballs as inside of it has some ingredients and yummy. The soup also nice to drink.

I went there before 12pm. After I ate and leave the shop, at the front of the shop start queue up.

Go Noodle House
Pavilion KL: Level 1 (1.29.04)
Opening Hour: 10am-10pm
Tel: +603 2856 0904
Facebook: Go Noodle House

Friday, 17 November 2017

Melange Boutique Hotel

15-16 October 2017 (Sunday-Monday)

Strategically located in Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, Mélange is a boutique hotel with a difference. A modern urban hotel distinguished by innovative design and attention to detail, Mélange is a stylish sanctuary within the city’s tourism, entertainment and business hub. Offering discerning travelers a unique way to experience contemporary design, Mélange was designed by fashion photographer turned creative director Daniel Goh and showcases a unique concept revolving around three themes – HANDSOME (TAMPAN), ELEGANT (AYU) and FUN (MANJA).

For a touch of class and formality without compromising on comfort, the Tampan suites are on point with their wooden furnishing, dark furniture and spacious work tables. Perfect for the business traveler looking for a quiet environment to get that business proposal done.

Meanwhile, minimalist lovers will feel right at home with the Ayu series. Like a beautiful, pure maiden, the rooms have clean white designs and no-fuss, basic lines. We were pleasantly surprised at the corridor’s design, which was lined with gauze white curtains. It felt like walking down a wedding aisle.

The fun and playful Manja series featured colourful rooms and funky shapes, which will be a good choice for the young at heart and families with children. From calming blue to funky green and soft pink, pick a favourite coloured room to spend the night in- Melange Hotel

This was my first time so LATE to check in hotel.  During booking, I did stated that I would check in in the night. I reached hotel around 12:45am. During check in, need to pay RM 100 as deposit.

I stayed in Deluxe Single room that cost me RM 100.53. I booked via website. The room that I stayed is Manja series. I likes the colorful chair.

When you go into the lift from receptionist, you need flash your access card first before click the floor number. I think it for security purpose.

In this hotel, you cannot find your room number on the door but on the floor.

Inside room did not has cupboard but has an open space to hang your clothes or towel.

The washroom has prepared utilities such as shampoo, towel, soap and others. The water from shower is strong that made me enjoyable.

As last night, I quite tired. After check in, I took some room photos and sleep. I did not realized that the ceiling has dragonfly sticker.

 I spotted that on the table has a card that put on your bed if you do not want to change bed sheet.It is for saving water or environment purposes.

Rococo Restaurant is a rooftop restaurant. I was having breakfast at here. The breakfast need to purchase if interested during room booking. It offers three types of American breakfast that included smoothies.

The hotel is located at the back of the shop so it seems quiet.

Melange Boutique Hotel (Located at the back of Jalan Alor)
14, Jalan Rembia, Off Tengkat Tong Shin,
Bukit Bintang, 50200 W.P.Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2141 8828/ +603 2110 3132
Website: Melange Hotel

Thursday, 16 November 2017

The ZON Duty Free

Located at Pantai Cenang and Cable Car at Mat Cincang, The ZON Duty Free outlets here offer a wide range of products ranging from duty free liquor, tobacco, perfume and duty paid products like food, apparel, luggage and sunglasses at fair prices. It is indeed a shopping haven for everyone that visits the island.

Langkawi is famous with duty-free therefore, the chocolate and liquor is cheap in here.

The Underworld Langkawi is at same area with The ZON Duty Free. We did not go inside to visit, as Yang Yang is not interested with fish.

I bought a magnet for my friend in souvenir shop.

The Zon Shopping Paradise
Jalan Pantai Cenang,
Kedah, Malaysia
Tel: +604 955 5300
Opening Hour: 10am-9pm

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Langkawi Eagle Square- Dataran Lang

14 October 2017 (Saturday)

It also known as Eagle Square, Dataran Lang is one of Langkawi’s best known manmade attractions, a large sculpture of an eagle poised to take flight. A sight that greets visitors to the island via ferry, the 12 metre-tall statue is one of the island’s most instantly recognizable monuments. 

Located at the southeast corner of Pulau Langkawi, besides offering beautiful views of Kuah Bay, Dataran Lang has beautiful miniature fountains, terraces and bridges, making it the ideal place for those postcard-perfect holiday photos. The square is a good place to watch ferries ply across the harbour but plan a trip here early in the morning or late in the evening when the sun is at its least intense.

Before back to resort, all of us went to Eagle Square to take a group pictures.

When in Langkawi, must go here to take some photos.

Thanks for consideration and waiting of tourists and locals as we really take some times to take this group pictures. Can you spotted me? Haha..

When take pictures, the organizers did warn us that becareful with the words of “Langkawi”, do not destroy it. Haha..

Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Oriental Village Langkawi: Art in Paradise

14 October 2017 (Saturday)

Located within the vicinity of Oriental Village, with 21,000 square feet of build up, it features more than one hundred 3D interactive paintings, artistically painted by a group of talented international artists. This is yet another signature product by Langkawi SkyCab in collaboration with Art In Paradise Langkawi providing new dimension and experience to visitors. Step inside or crawl into the exhibits. Interact with the characters and become the subject of the artwork on display. This almost surreal gallery is a must have on your to-do list.

There are nine different theme zones that you will truly enjoy. The different zones include Aquarium Zone, Safari Zone, Fantasy Zone, Optic Illusion Zone, Malaysia Zone, Classic Zone, Main Hall Zone, Interactive Zone 1 and Interactive Zone 2. We aim to leave our visitors with an amazing memory of their time spent at the largest 3D Interactive Art Museum in Malaysia.

Art in Paradise has 2 floors, as the upper floor is not suitable for wheel chair therefore we just took some pictures in ground floor.

Before go into the museum, need to take off the shoe.

Inside of Art in Paradise is big.

In 12pm, it has 3D short video which can watch.

When came out from here, I spotted coin machine and I made one for my collection (RM5).

After visiting Art in Paradise, we are heading to Malay Restaurant for lunch.

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