2-Hour Visit to Melaka

Having to drive for 5 hours from Johor back to KL, my friend, Lee, and I decided to take a quick 2-hour visit to Melaka for lunch. The traffic entering to the heart of Melaka was a little congested as most of the drivers there were hesitant. It was a Saturday and it was around […]

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29516 Steps From Tsukiji to Ginza to Odaiba

Last day in Tokyo, we got lucky on some occasions, and it was about to end shortly. I did not know when I would be heading back here, such a wondrous place for vacation. No hard feelings, let’s start with the day. The first location was Tsukiji fish market, apparently it closed down months before […]

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32703 Steps From Kudanshita to Shibuya to Yotsuya

“Let’s meet at the JR station at Shinjuku around 11 a.m.” we agreed upon text as I had the morning free to myself. I took the train to Kudanshita with the motive to visit the calligraphy store that had one of the longest history in Japan, maybe the world too. The visit to the picturesque […]

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Lost In Japan (Day 5)

Three spots. Two food places. One day. We got on a one-day-tour (with LIMON) to compensate the lack of visiting multiple attractions in Japan for the first few days. The first spot was the bamboo forest. We were led by a Chinese tour guide who was fluent in Japanese, Chinese as well as English. She […]

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Lost In Japan (Day 4)

Morning. Run. It was approximately 6 in the morning, the weather was optimal for running, but the same situation arose- no one was running. Nonetheless, let me bring you through my run with several pictures. I only had an hour. I was tempted to buy myself another can of BOSS coffee. I think I almost […]

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Lost In Japan (Day 1)

4 a.m. Woke up. Washed up. Packed. The usual before heading for a trip. This time I scheduled my blog posts properly, did what I was supposed to do, and departed with a halcyon heart. I was not particularly keen about going for trips overseas, but this was objectively different from before, Japan. I played […]

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Forgotten, Yet Forgotten.

Deluge in bursts of flavourful the simplistic sauteed garlic, my hands gripped my trusty ladle, stirring the wok in order to maximise the fire. Not more than a few seconds, the fire roared gloriously as I added a copious amount of ginger into the flavour party, reminiscing the bread crumbs of the past. I tossed […]

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人山人海 (五)

My legs were dysfunctional at this point of time. I took a day off from the trip, and slept until mid-afternoon, and was forced to wake up to attend an important wedding (which was apparently one of the main motives of this trip, which I did not realise until then) I had a beef noodle […]

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Why Meal Prep?

Share some love to this ardent, pundit photographer and his brilliant post idea by visiting and follow his Instagram:  key_to_kye Inspired by: The Right Bite, by Jackie Lynch Full length photo below: It does feel good to eat good because eating is not only the nourishment for your body but also the bread for your soul. […]

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