Hectic schedule always slow down my blog-updating-rate. It has been a long time since my last trip and I don’t even have a chance to update it. Guess it times to write a bit about it, slowly… Instead of doing it following the daily sequence of the trip, I will jump here and there… based on my mood.
For full itinerary, kindly check out HK-ShenZhen 5D4N Trip; 2012
ShenZhen used to be my second home, I traveled there quite often back then in year 08/09. Being a city of immigrant, there are actually a lot to see and explore; the culture, the people, the living… the food.
On the final morning before leaving the city, we woke up early and explored the nearby Shi Xia urban village (石厦城中村). Urban village, 城中村 or literally translated into “village in the city”; is heavily-populated and composed of overcrowded multi-story buildings with narrow alleys in between buildings. The alleys are small and vehicles are difficult to pass through them; therefore, most of the people here are on the bike. Contunue Reading
nothing beats a great breakfast with the family. Agree?!
Ever since I brought my parents over here, they seem to have addicted and make visit every week. There was once we paid visits twice in a week!
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During our best buddy’s birthday this year, he wished for a simple gathering filled with local cuisine; hence Citygal brought us here to savour some home-cooked dishes in LaoMaZi (老妈子) on his very special day.
or “Mother” in Chinese; is a restaurant that serves home-cooked fares. Located at the basement floor behind Wisma Yoon Cheng, Jalan Ipoh, is definitely not something/someplace I would discover by chance.
Yum Zhou Cha (literally translate into “drink tea”) is what one must do when travelling in Hong Kong. And during our visit in HK, we followed what the Hong Kies always do. Contunue Reading
*** Jia Xiang Pork Noodles or currently known as Machi Noodles 妈子面 has now shifted to 34, Jalan 34/154, Taman Bukit Anggerik. ***
Rise and shine!
It’s Sunday today, what’s on your breakfast or… brunch? How about a piping hot bowl of hearty Pork Noodles aka Chee Yoke Fun?
Hidden deep inside one of the Cheras neighbourhoods, this kopitiam is packed with patrons early in the morning. They are here for …
A bowl of pork noodles
How was the Father’s day celebration last week?! Dining out or prepared some yummy home-cooked dishes for your parents?! Well, as I do not know how to cook *aiks*, we chose to dine in a Chinese restaurant that serves delicious zhu char dishes.
Little Xigong Restaurant 西公仔饭店 – Located in Kepong, is a Chinese variety restaurant which offers hearty mouth-watering dishes and Seafood.
Started off with 芭蕉三鲜 (RM25). It was a very addictive! Petai and three types of fresh from the sea – sotong (squid), prawns and fish stir-fry in appetizing sourish; the taste was very similar to Assam sambal. One could have few bowls of rice with just the sauce alone. and Rm 25 for this Portion, it was well worth every cent spent. Contunue Reading
Something simple but truly satisfying one, shall we?!
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One of the very old taste (古早味)… Lian Bee Hokkien Mee 联美福建面 Contunue Reading