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Hawker Noodles In Penang   Penang is well known as a hawker heaven, and it seems that in every corner of the island state there is a delicious gem waiting to be uncovered. With the abundance of tasty hawker fare around in Penang, this article will focus on the 9 best...
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Best French Pastries in KL   The French may be famous for their romantic and passionate love escapades but even they are not immune to heartbreaks. Fortunately, the solution is no further than the bakery down a small alley, and it comes in many shapes and sizes. So, if you ever...
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Eat all you want at these KL hotel buffets   If you have an insatiable curiosity to sample new tastes cuisines and a bottomless put of a stomach, buffets are the way to go. Shake up your settings on your next hangout from hipster cafes and wooden tables to glamorous and...
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Where to go for food in Bangsar Village   Everyone knows that we Malaysians love our food. It’s no secret also that we have a thing for spending time in malls. So we’ve decided to marry our two favourite pastimes, to share our most-loved foods in our favourite malls with you....
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The World’s Largest Water Fight   Every year, Thailand has some kind of festival where people pour water all over each other, but not many understand the magnitude of it and how everyone can be part of the fun! Every year, from 13-15 April, the Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand...
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About Lok Lok Vans In Johor Bahru   Source Lok Lok, which literally means “boil boil” in Cantonese, can be found across Malaysia and is similar to satay as the ingredients are skewered on sticks. One key difference though - Lok Lok has way more delicious and awesome variety such as...
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Carving A Piece Of Cambodia   "Clink, clink, clink". Every strike of the hammer sends my chisel plunging into sandstone, dislodging tiny chunks which scatter haphazardly across the table. A tingly ache creeps up behind my hunched-over back while dripping beads of perspiration from my forehead dissolve into damp speckles on...
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Club Med Bali   When I was growing up, I always thought of Club Med as an exclusive paradise that the rich people went to. Maybe it was because my Dad had this uber rich friend, and all he did was to go on Club Med holidays. He had this grin on...
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A Taste of Cambodia   Hopping on an authentic tuktuk and buzzing along the streets of Siem Reap is an exciting experience. The tuktuks are little 4-seater carriages hooked precariously on the back of mosquito bikes, named after their buzzing engines. Tuktuks are often draped with lace curtains that were once...
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The Land of Tapas, Churros and Overflowing Wine   Gastronomy in Spain is wide-ranging with countless ways of preparing the same ingredients. With new and exciting dishes at nearly every meal, my tastebuds were never bored. The Spaniards are die-hard foodies, and to find one not knowing how to cook is...
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