I’m Back, Baby…

Hello lovelies…

Sorry for being MIA for a few weeks.

I was busy working for the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism Show 2018 (MAHA 2018) last November and I decided to take a long break from my work right after the event finished.

Well… I might say that was a treat for my belated birthday.

It’s was exciting adventure I experienced and I learned a lot! New culture, new delicacies, new motivation, etc.

But the most of all, I just wanna say…

I miss you girls!

How life treating you, girls?



Matsuri Japanese Food Court, Cyberjaya

Hello lovelies…

This is a little update about the lunch that we had yesterday.

We planned to have a lunch at Salaam Noodle Restaurant (Chinese-Muslim cuisine) earlier, but it turned out that everybody’s were having the same thought as we do.


After finding difficulties in looking for an empty parking lot, we gave up!

So, we stopped at Gem In Mall which is located nearby the Salaam Noodle Restaurant.

We walked into the mall and there was it…a big shopping space with Chinese red lanterns and Japanese decoration catching our attention. And the aroma from the outside makes us hungrier.

Without hesitation, we decided to dine in at the food court a.k.a restaurant.

There were plenty of choices. Pictures are included on the menu to help us to understand the Japanese language menu.

That’s very helpful!

We ordered:

  1. Curry Chicken Katsu Set;
  2. Kimuchi Yakiniku Rice Set;
  3. Fried Dumpling;
  4. Kimuchi;
  5. Fried Fish.

Each set came with a bowl of miso soup.

Overall, the foods are delicious and it’s worth it. All of them cost us MYR 71.90 (USD 17.18).

Will definitely come back šŸ˜‰

Check out this place girls, if you wanna give it a try:

Matsuri Japanese Food Court,
Gem In Mall,
No.G02, G03, G04, Ground Floor,
Persiaran Sepang, Cyber 11.
Tel: +603-8322 5089


A homemade kimuchi.


Chicken Curry Katsu Set.
Fried Dumpling.
Fried fish.
Kimuchi Yakiniku Rice Set.

Save The Turtles!

Hello lovelies…

Early this month, I was given a task to report on one of the Malaysia’s turtle conservation & protection centre which is located at Pantai Kerachut, Penang.

I have to admit, this is a fun task I had ever experienced since I am an animal lover kindaĀ  person and believe it or not…turtle is categorized in endangered or critically endangered species in the IUCN Red List. Which means…the future generations might or might not able to see this species, depending on how our today generation “care” about this species.

The centre is open daily from 10.00 am till 4.00 pm (UTC +8). You can either go to the centre by boat or hiking. In my case, a boat was already prepared for me & my team members at the jetty.

Awww…lucky me!

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The centre has been established since 1990 by the Department of Fisheries Malaysia. The centre was build to save this species population from extinction.Ā  In Penang, there are three (3) main beaches that are mainly the landing areas where this species come to lay eggs;

  1. Kerachut Beach;
  2. Telur Kampi Beach; and
  3. Teluk Ketapang Kecil Beach.

which are under Penang National Park.

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The five days old baby turtles.

There are two (2) turtle species that are commonly found in Kerachut Beach, Penang. They are:

  1. Green turtle (Chelonia mydas); and
  2. Olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea).
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The olive ridley turtle.

How to differentiate them? Oh yes…every type of turtles have different features and some might be in different colors.

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The hawksbill turtle.
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The green turtle.

There was plenty of information I gained from the friendly staffs on turtles and it is free!

Wanna know more?

Do not hesitate to visit:

Pusat Konservasi & Penerangan Penyu,
Pantai Kerachut,
Pulau Pinang,


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The happy visitors posing with the friendly staffs.

Sentidos Gastrobar, Starhill Kuala Lumpur

Hello lovelies…

Anybody here is a foodie like I do?

Living in Malaysia?

Well…this post might be perfect for you!

A few weeks ago, we were wandering around Kuala Lumpur City without any mission. Something that we rarely do as we hate the idea of being stuck in traffic jammed and be in the middle of the crowds at the KL malls.


After a few hours of walking in the mall, I started to feel hungry.

And of course, most of the restaurants were full house. It was lunch hours anyway…everybody’s getting hungry.

From hungry to hangry…that was how I felt at that time. So, we decided to go to Starhill, KL which is located next to the mall I went.

Less peoples came to Starhill, KL because there were limited stores in that mall and those stores are luxury brands (which cost a few month of my salaries to even buy a piece of their handkerchief, hohoho).

There are many of restaurants to dine in at the lower ground level and my eyes were scanning wildly at each of them. And alas!!! I saw Sentidos Gastrobar right next to a Chinese restaurant.

Looking at the menu…



I could eat everything in the menu with this empty stomach, but I chose chicken quesadilla and Spanish seafood soup and my Dolphin Angel decided to eat a fully loaded nachos.

My! Oh! My!

It took almost an hour of waiting before our foods are served. Thank God the foods were good! Like a real Spanish homemade foods (as per claimed by my Dolphin Angel).


Look at how big the portion our meals!

Chicken quesadillas with the dippings.
A plate of fully loaded nachos.


Overall, we were satisfied with our meals, despite the slow service. The restaurant are neat and the interior decorationĀ is done in a time-honored Spanish style, with a modern twist. If you are interested to try some Spanish foods around KL, do not hesitate to try:

SentidosĀ Gastro Bar and Dining
Feast Village
Starhill Gallery
181 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Website: www.feastvillage.com
Tel: +603-2145 3385