Norway or more commonly known as “Norge” in the Norwegian is one of the largest piece of land to explore in the northern part of Europe, with fascinating fjords, mountains, and nature phenomena northern lights. It is also being ranked among the top in most pristine and well preserved country in the world. We have products being labelled with “Norwegian water”, “Norwegian salmon”, etc that immediately make them categorized as premium due to its unpolluted source. One of our dream bucket place for sure. Continue reading 11 Days Itinerary for Norway Adventures (Cruise and Road Trip inclusive) and Planning Tips
Day 9 – OSL airport (Arrive) > Scandic Grenson Hotel > Christmas Market > Oslo City Hall > Viking Ship Museum
Last day we spent out Norwegian trip at the capital, Oslo by visiting few of the highlight attractions. For convenience of departing to airport, we stay at Scandic Grenson Hotel which is near to the central station with trains to the international airport.
This year Christmas we received one lucky prize from Baker Laboratory! The prize came just the right time, to celebrate our Christmas Eve with the super chocolate-rich “Yule Log” Christmas theme cake. Best of all we could share this wonderful dessert with our friend. We are quite impressed with the artfully crafted homemade “Yule Log” decorated with the cute mushrooms. This cake is covered with their signature dark chocolate ganache and infused with cream mixed blue berries. Continue reading Baker Laboratory, Homemade Cake With Love
Another newly discovered place for hang out and eat well menu, thanks to recommendation by our friend, Jess. This café is located at a less visited corner of Bukit Jalil, The Link 2. The Link 2 is a mixed development area, with shops and condominiums. The area is starting to get some crowds with the opening of few cafes; among them would be this worth trying “The Berry Tale Café”. Continue reading The Berry Tale, Bukit Jalil