Oct 12, 2022

Part 1: TikTok Sharing Road to 1K

I didn’t understand TikTok as a social media site in the beginning. This was in 2020. 

My first impression of TikTok was “what are all these kids doing? Wasting their life dancing in front of the camera and creating nuisance in the public”. 

And then I went up one level to “how the heck these youngsters can earn on TikTok by just dancing?” 


May 7, 2022

2 hours in Asakusa, Tokyo

If you have only 2 hours to spend in Tokyo, I suggest you start from Asakusa. In this itinerary, I will share with you light & easy walking trip around the Sensoji Temple up to the Tokyo Cruise peer. Although it is generally called the "Asakusa Temple", the vicinity house a lot of separate shrines, and the places that I highly recommend not to be missed are: 


May 4, 2022

Gani Famous Passembur Penang

Being a Penangite, I usually don’t go to touristy area. But I feel like I want to talk about the famous pasembur at Esplanade Food Court. When you step foot on the Esplanade food court, you will find a lot of stalls selling pasembur, but Gani is the only stall that stood out among the rest because of its striking signboard and also noticeably, the queue here is longer than the rest. 


May 3, 2022

Hotel Review | Angsana Teluk Bahang Resort Penang

Back in October 2020, Angsana Teluk Bahang Resort opened its door for business. Although caught in a bad time due to the pandemic, this resort seems to be pretty popular. Rooms being sold out almost every weekend. 

The resort is divided into three connected buildings - Kerongsang Wing with bigger room/apartment to cater for family; Angsana Wing which has smaller hotel rooms that cater for couples that want more privacy. And in between the two wings, it is the facilities and lobby.


Mar 18, 2022

Feringghi Garden Restaurant | The Most Romantic Restaurant in Penang

The Feringghi Garden Restaurant has been operating their business over a decade. Besides providing good quality food, this place is also known as one of the most romantic restaurant in Penang. The locals often visit this place for special occasions and tourist come here to enjoy the unique garden. 

This place gives me a Cameron Highlands vibe (minus the cool weather). They have impressive array of exotic plants such as monkey cups, orchids, hydrangeas, etc. If you're a gardener, you'll know that these plants takes extra attention to maintain.  

  • Price: Approximately RM30 for starter; Average RM80 for main course (premium beef selections can be pricey)
  • Type of cuisine: Western & local delights
  • Ambience: Romantic garden theme, al fresco & indoor dining available
  • Food rating: 4.5 out of 5
  • Price rating: 2.5 out of 5
  • Environment: 5 out of 5
  • Will visit this place again indefinitely