Ahhh, Kakiyuki brings this new Japanese iced dessert to your doorsteps! Anmitsu Ice 餡蜜アイス Anmitsu Ice 餡蜜アイス is a popular summer dessert in Japan. Kakiyuki’s version is made of slushy frozen Japanese Sencha or black sesame flavour, topped with an array of handmade toppings such […]
6th by Oriental Hotel This café/restaurant is located at Yurakucho area; serving western or mainly Italian-styled cuisine but they have these pancakes and cheesecakes which are something to die for. With the essence from the oldest hotel in Japan, the Oriental Hotel in Kobe, one […]
Chipta 11A Curated Dining
Located at PJ Seapark, Chipta 11A Curated Dining is a curative dining restaurant led by Chef Jack, serving a unique dining experience which is very much different from the conventional omakase; his dishes always come with a special twist, tantalizing tastebuds and leaving you a wow-ing experience
So, if you guys are a die-hard fan of authentic Japanese omakase or fancy edomae style sushi, then it may disappoint you because you won’t be able to find a taste of Japanese flavour in here. I will suggest you guys to come with an open heart, wipe off the “Japanese cuisine” from your mind because it is totally not like Japanese cuisine in terms of flavours and experience.
Talking about Takayama, I believe many will think about the hida beef, sake, amazing onsen and Shirakawa-go, the UNESCO world heritage site which is very scenic and well known for its fairy tale-liked scene; but many people actually doesn’t notice this place – Shinhotaka Ropeway […]
Sarai Resort & Spa
Sarai Resort & Spa is best known as a luxurious oasis in the exotic city of Siem Reap. This Moroccan-inspired boutique resort is very beautiful, landscaped prettily with many instagrammable corners, equipped with a stylish pool, comfortable rooms and surrounded with a greenery peaceful environment. Also, it is located in just less than 1 kilometre away from Pub Street, Old Market and Night Market. It is about USD$ 2 per tuk tuk ride per way from the hotel to these areas.
I was there for a 4 days 3 nights trip with my family. We booked this perfect accommodation that was priced at around Rm 480 per room per night (for 2 pax), came with excellent breakfast every morning; and inclusive of one way airport transfer too!
Plus point, the hotel prepared chilled mineral water for us, to counter the scotching hot weather.
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4D3N Siem Reap: The Home to UNESCO World Heritage Angkor Wat
ATAS Modern Malaysian Eatery ATAS, or “upstairs” in Malay, a modern Malaysian restaurant features a chic yet comfortable dining setting with an open kitchen concept. Led by Executive Chef Tyson Gee, ATAS offers delicious fares with specially curated seasonal menu made of the freshest locally […]