28 September, 2012

FREEZE 2 - Of Acrobats, Magicians & Dancers

After the mystical Magic Show last month, now Resorts World Genting has come up with FREEZE 2- featuring a world-class line up of spectacular acrobats magicians and dancers. The best thing is, everything is ON ICE!

Date: Every night from the 19th September 2012 onwards
Time: 9.00 PM 
Venue: Genting International showroom

P/S: Check for Dark Days (No Show Days) HERE

Ticket prices are very reasonable, definitely must not miss for your family and kids! 
Reservation Hotline: 03-2718 1118 

P/S: More about the ticket prices HERE

Room packages are also available, at further discounted prices! 
This includes a 1 night stay for 2 pax with a buffet breakfast at the delicious coffee terrace. 

P/S: More about the room packages HERE

Book your tickets NOW before you miss such a great deal.
Let the ice, magic and excitement continue!

Specially brought to you by Malaysia No.1 Largest Theme Park, Resorts World Genting.

26 September, 2012

Halloween Horror Spirits 2012 @ Genting Highlands

Besides the recently-revamped Snow World and newly-introduced bubbly cafe, now Resorts World Genting has come up with the latest news..... More excitements at Genting Outdoor Theme Park

Halloween Horror Spirits 2012
Date: 19, 20, 26 & 27 October 2012
Time: 8.00pm – 11.00pm 
Venue: Genting Outdoor Theme Park 


Hop on the Spinner and Double-Deck Carousel with terrifying clowns in the fallen circus. 

ZONE #2 

Travel back to ancient China--- Cross the Bridge of Helplessness
where Meng Po will offer you a bowl of Forgetfulness Soup. 


Walk down the hospital corridors... Did you feel an unexpected breeze? Was that the cool mist 
or did something just walk by? Don’t look back- they might be just behind you! 


Be thrilled at this reunion party of the most infamous horror movie characters. 
Walk among the living dead and try to get out alive! 

 No spirits are welcome here! This is the only place you can escape from all the horrifying spirits.

More information at

25 September, 2012

Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Walk & Chicken Chop at IT Roo Cafe @ Johor Bahru

#1 Welcome to the Historical Street of Johor

During my last trip to Johor, I managed to stroll along the very famous street named Jalan Tan Hiok Nee (陈旭年街) aka 文化街 meaning the Chinese Heritage Walk in Johor Bahru. 

#2 The Old School Street

It was alot quieter than Jonker Street at Malacca, but here I discovered many good food too. Just at the corner where colorful parasols are standing on the shady pavement, I found an old, long famed Hainanese Kopitiam, named Kin Wah Coffee Shop

#3 Teh O' @ RM1.80

To start off the breakfast of Hainanese affair, Teh O' and Kopi O' were a must-order before proceeding with the freshly toasted bread; Highly recommended for coffee addicts. 

#4 Village Half-Boiled Egg @ RM1.00 each

#5 Butter Kaya Toast

Then we had small butter slabs sandwiched between the fresh toast to add into the Kopi O' for rich flavours. The bread was warm, crusty yet soft inside. 

#6 Apollo Bun

A Hainanese meal wouldn't be complete without a traditional soft Apollo bun, toasted into crisp burnt perfection and laced with butter and kaya. For more than half a century, this had won hands down with its beautiful aroma coupled with pleasant taste. 

#7 Hiap Joo Bakery and Biscuit Factory 

On the direct opposite side of the road, there is a baker who still believes in making cakes using the firewood on an old style brick oven, a skill that is slowly dying out. They offer some fresh charcoal-baked bread with a variety of filling--- Sweet Coconut, Peanut with Brown Sugar, Red Bean, and more. But these were all sold off when I arrived at 11am on a Sunday morning! 

#8 Signature Banana Cake

Although simple ingredients are used, I'm truly amazed with the soft, moist banana cake. Probably because the old man follows the traditional method, using the real banana fruit without flavourings or preservatives. 

#9 Nasi Lemak Bungkus 

For a heartier Malaysian breakfast, you may opt for the all-time favourite Nasi Lemak with a choice of chicken in rendang curry, or seafood in sambal sauce. 

#10 Jalan Pahang @ Johor Bahru

After a long, chatty breakfast, we walked a few streets across to Jalan Pahang, where another half-a-century-old eatery tucked in. I noticed that there were a few old school cafes and bars along the stroll, some only opened its doors during the night. 

#11 Menu of It Roo Cafe

Our next shop was It Roo Cafe, a very renowned Hainanese cafe with its tagline of "The Best Chicken Chop in Town". The humble shop was tucked in a corner lot along the row of 1950's shops. Parking was rather tricky there, and we took a good 15 minutes before we managed to secure some seats in the cafe. 

#12 40 Years History of It Roo Cafe 

#13 Exterior of It Roo Cafe 

#14 Interior of It Roo Cafe

The simple, clean interior with plenty of faded photographs hung on the wall simply reminiscences the nostalgic yesteryears.

#15 Golden Fried Crispy Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce @ RM13.00

This dish was the main reason we were there for. The classic Hainanese chicken chop tasted as good as it looked, so thick and juicy. Thumbs up to the homemade potato wedges which delighted me with its firm texture instead of the usual mushy type.

#16 Golden Fried Crispy Chicken Chop with Black Pepper Sauce @ RM13.00

Eventhough black pepper was the main spice, it did not overwhelm the palate and still managed to retain the fresh flavour of the succulent chicken fillet. 

#17 Grilled Chicken Chop with Mushroom Sauce @ RM13.00

As a healthier option, the grilled chicken chop was just as great but it didn't provide the crisp touches on the exterior so I still prefer breaded chicken chop to grilled ones. 

#18 Signature Root Beer Float @ RM5.50

1. Frankly, the quality of chicken chop is the best I've tried. Charcoal-baked buns are simple yet awesome. However, for Hainanese food, I prefer those in Penang. 
2. Recommended: Roti Kahwin @ Kin Wah, Golden Fried Chicken Chop @ It Roo and Banana Cake @ Hiap Joo
3. Pricewise, most of them are comparable to those in KL, but of course better value for money, considering the portion and taste.

Best Hainanese Kopitiam in Town:
Kedai Kopi Dan Makanan Kin Wah  (金华茶餐室)
Corner of Jalan Tan Hoik Nee & Jalan Trus 
Bandar Johor Bahru,
80000 Johor.
Contact: 6016-748 4262
Business Hours: 7am – 6pm
GPS Coordinate:  N 1 27.385, E 103 45.814

Best Banana Cake in Town:
Hiap Joo Bakery and Biscuit Factory 
13, Jalan Tan Hiok Nee,
Bandar Johor Bahru,
80000 Johor.
Contact: 607-223 1703
Business Hours: 7am until everything is sold off (It may be as early as 10am!)
GPS Coordinate:  N 1 27.385, E 103 45.814

Best Chicken Chop in Town:
IT Roo Cafe 
17, Jalan Dhoby, 
Bandar Johor Bahru,
80000 Johor.
Contact:  607-222 7780
Business Hours: 11am  11pm
GPS Coordinate:  N 1.45687, E 103.76360

19 September, 2012

Petite Patisserie @ Shaftsbury Square, Cyberjaya



I have been staying in Cyberjaya for almost 3 years now, and Petite Patisserie is the first cake house opened within the vicinity of the students and corporate. Now we are spoilt with more choices, and goodbye to the boring selections at Secret Recipe. 

#1 Entrance of Petite Patisserie 

Strategically tucked within the front row of Shaftsbury Square, it is very noticeable, and only a few feet away from Chatime Cyberjaya and Starbucks.

#2 The 3 Flavours of Mousse Cakes

Originated from Singapore under the mother company, The Patissier, Petite Patisserie specializes in producing premium quality mousse cakes.

Uniqueness of the cakes:
1. Snap Freeze under -30°C, the freshness can be preserved up to 6 months, yet you can enjoy the goodness of a freshly baked taste of the cake.
2. Trehalose: A natural Japanese ingredient to maintain the moisture of the cakes.
3. Freshness Seal: Each cake comes in an innovative packaging, retaining its moisture and freshness.

#3 Chocolate Dream @ RM8.50 

My number one vote goes to this rich combination of smooth Belgium chocolate mousse layered with chocolaty sponge and French hazelnut praline paste. Best for those with a sweet tooth to enjoy the luscious, melt-in-the-mouth texture. Delicious! 

#4 Mango Madness @ RM8.50 

If chocolate is a tad sweet for you, another best-selling cake that may suit your taste is this piece of firm yet smooth mango mousse layered with vanilla sponge. Bursting in robust mango flavour, every mouthful gives a distinctive refreshing taste that keeps you reaching for more.

#5 Strawberry Delight @ RM8.50 

The sweet tartness of the strawberry mousse is slightly overwhelming for me, nonetheless the sourish flavour is well-balanced with the layers of light, airy vanilla sponge. 

#6 Plain Whole Cake (1/2 kg) Without Topping @ RM49

Along with the tagline "Let Your Imagination Run Wild", Petite Patisserie allows you to buy a cake of the flavour of your choice and DIY--- Decorate It Yourself

#7 Decorations of The Cakes

The small packets of deco come in 3 for RM5, while the fondant cake topping varies in many designs, shapes, colors and price tags. Since my left brain is getting a little rusty, the friendly staff there are more than willing to guide me towards my ideal cake decoration.

#8 Pre-made Whole Cake (1/2 kg) with Toppings @ RM60

I can't bake a mousse cake, but it's nice to have myself customizing it for someone special during birthdays and special occasions. Since the cakes are highly customizable, so your cake and your friend's will not look the same anymore! 

#9 Nutritional Facts of The Cakes

Something I notice on the box is the clearly stated list of ingredients and a detailed nutritional facts which I can't find it in any cake house. Simply feel safer now that I know what I'm feeding myself with.

#10 Interior of Petite Patisserie

Whether it's the regular mousse cake or home-baked pastry, it's great to sit down with one under the vibrant ambiance, to wash down a meal, or just satisfy your sugar craving.

#11 Slices of Mousse Cakes

Petite Patisserie is simply the top option if you want to order mousse cakes. Serving them as chilled as possible gives the best sensation, as every bite feels like a whole scoop of ice cream! 

#12 Creme Brulee @ RM3.90

But I'm also lured by the yummy French dessert. The rich custard base is not as creamy as I'd prefer but it's a very nice comforting food when the cold adds to the texture and enhances the contrast to the slick, candy crack of the melted sugar on top.

#13 Cream Puff @ RM2.50

A delicious aroma wafts out within the oozing custard cream as I pop a chilled light-as-air cream puff into my mouth. The cream is lightly sweet, not overly greasy like the more typical cream puffs. However, if the cold custard pairs with warm puff, it could be a winning taste.

#14 Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee

For coffee enthusiasts, here you can enjoy one of the most expensive and sought-after coffee in the world. Lightly roasted, it has a very mild flavour and slight hint of bitterness, without overshadowing the subtle sweet desserts.

#15 Assorted Cookies @ RM16.90 each

It makes an ideal place to shop for cookies and festive snacks as you can see neat rows of jars filled with an array of cookies at the entrance of the shop.

#16 Map to Shaftsbury Square 

Another thing to add on! Petite Patisserie does caterings for parties and weddings, so you can place your order in bulk to obtain special discounts.

1. It is definitely a delight for those having a thing in between cake and ice cream. Be it a cake for birthdays, anniversaries or weddings, I buy the idea of surprising my loved ones with my "artwork" :P
2. Recommended: Mango Madness and Chocolate Dream
3. Pricewise, the half kg cake is filled compactly with high quality mousse, and worth every penny you pay.

Petite Patisserie
P1-27, Shaftsbury Square,
2350, Persiaran Multimedia, 
Cyber 6,
63000 Cyberjaya,
Contact: 603-8322 4669
Email: karen.ooi@petitepatisserie.com.my 
Website: www.petitepatisserie.com.my
Facebook: fb.com/petitepatisserieMY
GPS Coordinates: N 2.92351' E 101.66042'
Business Hours: 11am - 9pm daily

16 September, 2012

Unleash your unique talent on Malaysia - audition online at bit.ly/2m2fame today!


mFace is scouring the country in search of the next BIG THING. 
Tens of thousands of Malaysian hopefuls from across the nation are dreaming of stardom. 
You can sing, dance, juggle, or joke, it doesn't matter! 
All it takes is #2mins2fame, thanks to  mFace

The  mFace #2mins2fame talent show is giving you the opportunity to aspiring superstars an easy way to audition online. Just get on to bit.ly/2m2fame and record the best 2 minutes of your life and take a shot at fame. 

Check out these champions and their moment in the sun:

Don’t you just ache to be there?
mFace is also looking for talent who may not think of auditioning.
Recommend the mFace #2mins2fame Talent Show to family and friends or anyone 
who thinks they could be the next BIG THING.

While the mFace #2mins2fame talent show is opening up an avenue of possibility for Malaysian talent, it would be the Malaysian public that eventually determines who will advance to the next round of competition and who will go home.

mface 2minutes 2fame @ Viva Mall ~ 28 Jul 2012

mface 2minutes 2fame @ Penang Time Square~ 16 Jun 2012


The auditioners would be narrowed down to a select group of 18 most talented finalists which will be chosen by votes cast through smses, newspaper entries and online submissions. In addition to being the next BIG THING in show business, the 18 finalists will compete for major prizes: 

 1st Prize – Luxury Car + RM30,000 cash + Aver products worth RM1500 
2nd Prize – 4D3N Australia Gold Coast holiday + RM15,000 cash + Aver products worth RM1500 
3rd Prize – 3D2N Lang Tengah island holiday + RM5000 cash + Aver products worth RM1500 

BEST SMS – RM2000 cash + MBI Water Purifier + 
Pappa Rich RM100 voucher + Aver products worth RM500 

BEST STAGE PERFORMANCE – RM2000 cash + MBI Air Purifier + 
Pappa Rich RM100 voucher + Aver products worth RM500


Online auditions will be open from May 5th to December 28th, 2012. Hopefuls will have the opportunity to audition by demonstrating their unique ability by performing it on camera. Videos are up to SIX (6) submissions per person or group. 

Newspaper, text message and online voting begins selected Saturdays immediately after each talent submission is made online, and 5 top-voted contestants would be picked each week. The TOP 20 contestants will appear on a live stage Final Round performance each month.

Send 10 votes by smsing "mface <<video code>>" to 36188 for RM0.50 only
To vote in bulk, sms "mface10 <<video code>>" to 36188 for 100 votes at RM5.00
Sms voting is unlimited.

Online :
To vote online go to bit.ly/2m2fame and follow the instructions for how to vote online. Online voting is limited to one vote per day (1 Click = 1 Vote)

Newspaper :
Buy Pancaindera (of Utusan Malaysia) and follow the instructions for how to vote via post. Newspaper voting is unlimited and 1 post = 20 points


Make your mark in the industry and become a household name. Video auditions for mFace #2mins2fame talent show are now open! If you have talent, it's time to show it. Log on to bit.ly/2m2fame to record your audition.

Auditions are open 24 hours, 7 days a week. 
Please check www.mFace.me for dates, rules, terms & conditions. 
Contest ends on December 28th, 2012.

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