(Taken inside Beryl’s Chocolate Kingdom)
My preceding post about Bukit Bintang might have led you to think that I did a lot of shopping. However, that scenario/possibility remained just like that. The recent trip to Singapore and Malaysia was actually meant to just enjoying the place, though I was open to spending a little on shopping. Maybe I have successfully reversed psyched myself that I did not buy much and if there were few, most were not even for myself. Yehey, my “the-stuff-that-I-really-need-are-free” and “the best-souvenirs-will-be-my-photos-and-memories-beyond-forever” pysche helped. Haha. Anyway, here are some of the things that I was not able to resist:
(a) Beryl’s Chocolates
(Malaysia’s chocolate kingdom!)
If you are regular to this blog, you probably know by now that I am a big fan of ANY chocolate. And you can just imagine how happy I was when we went in this chocolate kingdom. Beryl’s Chocolate is like UAE’s Patchi and Philippines’ Choc Nut. Not to be missed.
They offer taste tests inside for the many selections. I brought home the durian (with real durian fruit as filling), tiramisu and almond – all dark chocolates (the choco milk version is available).
(If only I were not worried about my luggage and weight lifting, I probably have copied most of the customers who bought boxes of, packed in carton boxes of chocolates.)
(b) Cloud 9. Yes, “our” yummy chocolate is also available in Malaysia. But theirs is more delicious than Philippines’. I “hoarded” several packs. I bought from 168 Store, that’s beside the popular massage and spa center Reborn.
(c) Nips. It follows that it is also there! I missed this, I can trade M & M’s for this. 🙂 If only Flat Tops were also available, that could have been a complete package. Luckily, when I returned to Abu Dhabi from this trip, 300 pieces of Flat Tops (and other stuff) were waiting for me. My family sent it through a kababayan who vacationed.
From our Putrajaya visit, we dropped by in this grand batik shop wherein we got the chance to observe the batik process. I got a really nice blue-themed rectangular multi-purpose scarf.
They also have a gallery for paintings.
(I had to discreetly take photos of my favorite. Speaking of, Petronas Towers will be on next post.)
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Beryl’s chocolates I like!! Buti nalang meron nyan sa SM. easy access hehe 😉 masarap yung tiramisu 🙂
OMG, I can’t wait to taste that chocolate covered durian. I wonder if I can find this in catalog.
This is a yummy post. Hope you do more of this type someday.
Oh wow, durian chocolates – those look luscious. I like durian candy, so I can imagine how many times more yummy those chocolates are! Meron sa SM??
Weird naman that Malaysian Cloud 9 are yummier than local… Baka nasa raw materials?
what’s the taste of the durian chocolate? hmmm ill try to check that one in SM when i do my groceries hehehe. ang galing naman they already export cloud 9. there is a new flavor of cloud 9, strawberry naman 🙂
i forgot, those hand painted batiks were beautiful
Hi Ms. Jo! These are my comments for this post:
* yummy! (chocholate)
* wow! (great artwork and snapshots)
so they are into eating sweets as well. who isn’t im thinking again.
i didnt know that cloud 9 taste different there.
now i have to find Cloud 9. haven’t had that in years…lol.
we also bought lots and lots of beryl’s chocolates! he he!
batik is nice! before, we always have supply at home because my aunt who is a nun was assigned in zamboanga for years. she has easy access to batik there [read: smuggled batik]. 🙂
Thank you for visiting Jadi Batek Gallery. hope you had a wonderful time.
Hahaa! Great chocolate statistics 🙂
Surprised Singaporeans and Malaysians aren’t on that list!
hi sis. we’ll be going to KL on last week of this month. was the dark chocolates the best in Beryl’s? thanks.
I liked best Beryl’s tiramisu.