February 18 café is located at a relatively quiet area of Taman Gembira (Happy Garden) away from the bustling of United Oversea Garden (OUG) and Old Klang Road. Only if you go on Saturday there will be a night market along the street in front of the shop that makes the area crowded. This café is setup in a minimalist concept with loft cement wall on the entrance side. There is a bar table on the front end against the cement wall with windows for natural lightings. Overall setting is quite cozy and enough space between table for more privacy comfort.
Day 7 – Lofoten > Reine > Village of A > Hamnoy > Leknes
Good morning to day 7 in Norway! Although not manage to see any northern a night before, but I enjoyed the big and clear glass window facing 3 different direction at the guest living room. It is perfect to admire the starry night Milky Way. We bought some groceries for our breakfast, simple sandwich and meal replacement shake. Even from the kitchen where we were having our breakfast, the scenery outside is amazing, with mountains, snowy beach and sea.
Looking for a place that aggregates most of the Malaysian signature local food? There is a reason this place called “Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock” as these 3 names represent the diverse cultures we have in Malaysia. The menu ranging from local must try “nasi lemak” (fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf) to other “goreng-goreng” (work fried) Continue reading Ali, Muthu & Ah Hock Kopitiam, Jalan Balai Polis