Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Dutch Lady Breakfast Challenge 2018

Is the most important meal of the day.......
I'd like to share~~~
My unique Dutch Lady Breakfast experience...

A cup of dutch lady milk,
With waffle and fruits:
Strawberries, kiwi, grapes...
I feels flowers growing in my heart!~
A simple breakfast that really makes my day!

I start my day strong,
With very simple breakfast...
Orange, blueberries, strawberries, cheese...
Of course,
Not forgetting a cuppa Dutch Lady milk!~

Be it sunny days...
Or Rainy days...
I never skip my breakfast...

I can see rainbow throughout my days...
Starting my day strong,
With protein from milk!~

An apple a day,
Keeps the doctor away...
An apple + Dutch Lady milk,
Keeps the doctor far far away!~

During hectic days...
My quick grab as breakfast!

Antioxidants from berries,
Proteins from milk..

It's yummy!
It's delicious!
It's healthy!~

There's really no need to skip any breakfast,
Even when I'm in super hurry!~
Take a quick berry grab!

My easy feast...
Granola with oats, nuts and berries..
Pairing up with Dutch Lady milk!

Nutritious breakfast of the day!

My Fave Brekkie:
Cereals swimming in my milk!~

Easy to prepare, too!

Even a simple meal,
Milk with biscuit..
Could b a satisfying meal~

I love to add in Dutch Lady milk..
Into my drinks, too!

Milk tea,
Milk chocolate,
Milk coffee!
It tastes extra delicious,
With the additional 'touch up'
From Dutch Lady milk!~

Last but not least,
Thanks Dutch Lady,
For sending over,
The yummilicious breakfast box!~

Remember to join Dutch Lady's 3-themed Breakfast Challenge,
And stand a chance to win exciting prizes,
Worth more than RM35,000
Including a unique breakfast experience!~

Quick Grabs: 8th Oct - 19th Oct
Easy Feast: 20th Oct - 28th Oct
Fave Brekkie: 29th Oct - 11th Nov

Just shared your breakfast photo according to the 3 themes above..
And hashtag #dutchladymy #strongstart

Click on the link below,
To learn more about the contest:
For more information,
Hop over to Dutch Lady's Facebook Page!

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Garfield and Friends invade Lost World of Tambun

It's big,
It's orange,
It's cuddly.....

Garfield and friends,
Invade Lost World of Tambun!~

From 24 November 2018,
To 1 January 2019,
Visitors may enjoy a plethora of fun-filled activities,
From performances by the classic cartoon characters,
To challenging stations,
That is sure to keep everyone amused,
Throughout the day...

Collect stickers,
With the exclusive Garfield passport,
As going through each Garfield-themed station games!~

Speech by Mr Nurul Nuraizi,
General Manager of Lost World of Tambun..

Happy 40th Birthday,

December babies may get a free slice of cake,
On every weekend throughout the month of December,
By just showing their MyKid or MyKad,
To the LWOT crew!~

Remember to join Garfield and his friends,
During their meet and greet session,
At the House of Garfield,
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday...

Visitors are encouraged,
To showcase their dance moves,
As they move and groove,
With Garfield at the Awesome Pool Party...

Get a final dose of the big orange cat,
At the Garfield Show at 6:30pm everyday!~

Don't forget to head over to Catopia,
To meet the 'real Garfield'

Remember to check out LWOT's website and facebook page,
For more information on contests throughout the campaign period,
And you'll stand a chance to win LWOT's tickets..
Or mysterious prizes by entering online contests!

For more information,
Log on to the website at
Or its facebook page at
Or by calling the park at +605-542 8888

Be the next Hot Wheels SEA Tour Champion!

Hot Wheels is looking for,
It's next Southeast Asian Champion!~

Challenged accepted..
And off we go....
For a test of SPEED,
An evaluation of ACCURACY,
An assessment of PROBLEM SOLVING!~

Challenge 1:
Jump to the city!~

Let's see the little car,
Jump into which circle...
The smallest city,
The highest mark!~

Challenge 2:
Hit The Marks!
We are required to build a track,
From City A to City B...

The fastest mother-kid team wins!~

Playing around and practicing,
Before the challenge begins..

Score board..
Little princess score the highest mark of 600,
And built the track in 12 seconds...

Who says Hot Wheels are just for boys?
Girls can excel, too!~

She walked away with,
Limited edition of Hot Wheels..

Thanks, Hot Wheels...

Happy 50th Anniversary!~

Hot Wheels SEA Tour:
50 pit stops in 50 locations,
Across 6 Southeast Asia countries...

Catch the tour at:
Pavilion KL (18-24 Oct)
Sunway Velocity (24-28 Oct)
Mid Valley Megamall (25-28 Oct)
Sunway Putra Mall (29 Oct - 4 Nov)
AEON Mall Shah Alam (29 Oct - 4 Nov)
Sunway Pyramid (6-11 Nov)

Accept the challenge,
And be the next Hot Wheels SEA Tour Champion!~

Monday, October 29, 2018

Checklist of buying a house in Malaysia

Buying a house can be quite a daunting experience especially for first timer. This article will guide you through the checklist that you need to know before buying a house in Malaysia. With so many schemes available for first time home buyers, such as the Skim Rumah Pertamaku, buying a home is less stressful and more affordable, especially for young working adults. There is also a complete guide to the basics of applying for a housing loan for you to refer if you wish to understand more on the process of applying for a housing loan.

1.          Invest in yourself
First of all, you should invest in yourself by educating yourself more on the property knowledge in Malaysia. Spend your free time to meet up with the property experts, investors and homebuyers to learn some knowledge from them.

2.                  Average prices of houses
Next, you will need to do a survey to find out the average property prices in Malaysia. The houses in Kuala Lumpur is the most expensive with an average price of approximately RM500,000.

3.                  Expenditure breakdown
In addition, you will also need have the breakdown of expenditure. You need to plan a budget and manage your finance. It is recommended that you do not allocated more than ⅓ of your monthly income to pay for the home loan.

4.                  Types of home
Next, you will need to decide on which type of house you prefer: apartment, condominium, terrace house, detached house, semi- detached house, townhouse and so on. With no many types of houses available for you to choose from, you need to decide which type of home suits your budget and needs the most.

5.                  Downpayment
After deciding which house you would like to purchase, it comes the down payment. Typically, you will need to pay a 10% of the property’s price as the down payment, if you manage to secure a 90% bank loan. Hence, you will need to ask yourself whether you have enough cash to pay for the down payment.

6.                  Affordability
After that, you need to have a financial plan to determine if you can afford to buy a house. There are expenses that you need to take into account, such as your spending habits, down payment, monthly mortgage payment, savings and so on. You need to make sure you can afford to buy a house before you make a huge commitment of buying a property.

7.                  Home loan and interest rates
Next, you will need to check for interest rates offered by different banks. The interest rates offered by the bank is determined by Base Lending Rate (BLR) that is set by the Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM). However, different banks will have different interest rates as well. Do your research on the interest rates offered by different banks.

8.                  First time homebuyer schemes
You can also check out the first time homebuyer schemes, such as the 1 Malaysia Housing Programme (PR1MA) and My First Home Scheme. Do check out the criteria to see if you are an eligible applicant for the scheme.

9.                  Real estate agent
After checking out the homebuyer schemes, you can now engage an expert or a real estate agent. List down your criteria of home that you are looking out for, such as the type of home, location, size, land tenure, loan tenure and your estimated budget. With their expertise, it will not take them a long time to come back with good news for you.

10.              Offer
After you found the right house for yourself, it is time to make an offer that is agreeable among both the seller and you. Once you have reached an agreeable purchase price, you need to sign the standard documents and make a payment of 2% earnest deposit.

11.              Bank loan
After the signing, you need to find out the different housing loans offered by different banks. Apply for a housing loan that best suits you.

12.              Lower monthly installment
If you wish to lower down your monthly mortgage payment, you could always do so by paying a bigger sum of down payment, apply for a bank loan with the lowest interest rates and opt for a longer period for your housing loan.

13.              Additional costs
Moreover, you will also have to take the additional costs into account. Other than the 10% down payment that you need to pay, there are also the renovation fees, legal fees, stamp duty and a 6% of government service tax that you need to pay for the real estate agent fees.

14.              Seal the deal
After all the signing of documents and loan application, it is time you contact the seller to get your keys to your new house.

15.              Renovation
Once you get your keys, it is time to plan for renovation. Engage with your interior designers and contractors to tell them your desired floor plan and designs that you prefer.

16.              Move in
Lastly, pack your things and move into your new house. Arrange for a housewarming and invite your family and friends over to your new house.  

In conclusion, the procedures of buying a home on your own is not difficult as long as you plan ahead and stay within your budget. Remember to always be realistic as you 

Friday, October 26, 2018

D'Kayangan Grill & BBQ Steamboat

Had a wonderful dinner,
At D'Kayangan Steamboat...

So many ingredients to choose from..
And it's eat-all-you-can..
With only RM33 nett for adult,
RM12.50 nett for children...
For children below 4 years old is totally free...

Super duper worthy, isn't it?

All sorts of noodles..
Eggs and quill eggs..
And even varieties of fruits and cake as dessert...

The restaurant is reviewed by tripadvisor,
As well as featured in The History Channel...
So cool, isn't it?

Steamboat + grill...
You don't have to choose,
Cook the way you like it!
And eat until your tummy full full!

Teppanyaki live cooking!!
It's yummy!
It's delicious!
It's yummilicious!

If you ain't in the mood of steamboating or grilling..
Just grab some ready-cooked food like spaghetti, nasi lemak,
Mee goreng, kway teow goreng etc etc...

Not just food...
They provide a variety of drinks too!~

D'Kayangan Grill & BBQ Steamboat
Sri Acappella Servis Apartment,
Restaurant D'Kayangan,
No. 1, Jalan Lompat Tinggi 13/33M,
Seksyen 13,
Shah Alam...
(2 min from Stadium Shah Alam)
For RSVP, call +6012-297 1091

Monday, October 22, 2018

Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2018

Bondi was one of my favourite beach,
When I went there,
Back in year 2013......

I miss out having a glipmse at,
The annual Sculpture by the Sea....
I'm able to view it,
In the lenses of Desination NSW's photos....
And hopefully I have the chance,
To see it with my own eyes in future...

The exhibition,
At its 22nd year,
Saw the part of Sydney's coastline,
Transformed into the world's largest annual,
Free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition..
Featuring over 100 sculptures..

As one of Sydney's best attended events,
Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi,
Attracts approximately 450,000 visitors,
Over the course of 18 days,
And signals the beginning of summer in Sydney...
It is on now until 4 November 2018..

2km long sculpture park,
Featuring over 100 sculptures,
By artists from Australia,
And across the world..

Small ocean collaboration with
Jeremy Sheehan....

Micheal Purdy,
Spinning slowly...

Which is your favourite sculpture?

 Wanna see it with my real eyes...

Through the different lenses...

Torild Storvik Malmedal
Reflection of Journey 2015..

Credit Kirsten Greaves
I think this one looks a little hilarious!~

Take a 60-second trip,
To Sydney's iconic..
Sculpture By the Sea,
Bondi 2018....
With drone video footage,
By Desination NSW!

*Information & photos (except the first photo) are provided by Destination NSW

Friday, October 19, 2018

Indobowl Cafe, Sungai Besi

Located in Sungai Besi,
An Indonesian inspired kopitiam,
That started back in September 2017...

The birth of the idea cam along,
When it was realized that,
No restaurants in this region grasp,
An Indonesian street food concet..

Cosy and comfy environment...
With variety of food...
Take a look at the menu...
You'll be surprised,
Indomie can served in so many ways...

Assorted Indonesian Sambal..
Sambal Merah,
Sambal Hijau,
Sambal Matuh,
Kicap Madura..

Indomie Mumbo Jumbo...
With chicken madura,
Lamb roack, Rib eye,
Chicken Satay...

Indomie Salted-egg chicken...
With chicken coverd in golden salted egg yolk...

Indomie can cook,
And paired with a lot of combination..

You may choose to eat it on it's own..
Or with a almost-cooked fried egg...

Or with an extra plate of chicken...

Either way it's served,
It is so yummilicious!~

Mambo Jumbo Seafood Soto,
Galore of seafood,
Suitable for 2-4 pax..

Toasted chocolate cheese bread...
Little baby prince's favourite!

Toasted corn cheese..
Very unique taste..

Giant Ais Cendol....

Soda Gembira...
Normal size Soda Gembira

Indobowl Cafe
No. 72, Jalan Tasik Utama 7,
Lakesfied Sungai Besi,
Kuala Lumpur.
Opening hours: 11am-11pm
Contact info:

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