Posted at 8:56 pm , on August 22, 2010
(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:
Posted at 12:36 am , on August 21, 2010
During our three-day visit to Malaysia, we intentionally stayed in Bukit Bintang. It is home to shopping malls, hotels, specialty shops, cafes, pubs, hawker-style eateries, restaurants, and more. Although we spent most of the day time outside Kuala Lumpur (the preceding posts can tell you that), at night we devoured what Bukit Bintang has to offer.
Posted at 9:15 pm , on August 10, 2010
Continued from the monkeys and fireflies of Kuala Selangor
The Prime Minister’s Office
My interest to visit Putrajaya was piqued when Mimi of SleeplessinKL posted about a glimpse to it. I thought that it is simply a counterpart of Malacanang Palace. But after enough googling and finding out that it is a planned city which currently serves as the federal administrative center of Malaysia, the more I got interested. A slice of my current job is somehow related to the planning for the entire Emirate of Abu Dhabi towards 2030 and the ongoing establishment of Capital District will have resemblance to the premise of Putrajaya.