AFTERNOON TEA AT THE ORCHID CONSERVATORY, THE MAJESTIC HOTEL KUALA LUMPUR

It is said that the rituals of afternoon tea began with the 7th Duchess of Bedford named Anna, back in the early 1800s… Back then people only ate two main meals a day, with breakfast served early in the morning and dinner occurring late in the evening. Since Anna suffered from hunger pangs, she decided…

‘OUR KING EXHIBITION’ AT THE ROYAL MUSEUM KUALA LUMPUR

Thanks to an invitation by the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, yours truly found herself entering the former Royal Palace which is now the Royal Museum for the first time to witness the launch of ‘Our King Exhibition’ or ‘Pameran Raja Kita’ which was officially launch by His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V with…

HARD ROCK CAFE MELAKA, MELAKA

After a day of exploring the ruins of the Portuguese stronghold, the 16th century A Famosa, checking out some history background at the Stadhuys Museum, experiencing the interesting heritage lanes and streets around Jonker Street and cruising along the Melaka River. What can be a better way than to head over to the Hard Rock…

MUD – THE STORY OF KUALA LUMPUR, THE MUSICAL, PANGGUNG BANDARAYA, KL

If you are looking for something different, something unique that will etched itself in your mind, I definitely recommend heading over the Panggung Bandaraya where the Kuala Lumpur City Hall, in collaboration with Enfiniti Vision Media, a project by Visit KL presents a heartwarming cultural musical that runs twice daily, all year long  entitled “MUD”…