Sunday, 30 June 2013

#My #Sweet Weekend

My sweet weekend has been my favourite, I make the whole weekend pretty good. Been to SCM, Paradigm Mall and Citta Mall with my girlfriend. It was fun and we enjoyed the day. I was freely to drive around. I got to know the directions here, thanked my man who has been my 'map'. 

Here I took some snaps of the beautiful interior inside Baci, an Italian cafe. After an observation around the cafe, I found it is cafe who provides - self service. 
Menu ~ Simple but delicious!

the BACI cafe

An angle of the cafe's window

it is the cute lamp where I sat in front

Spaghetti Tomato with Mixed Vegetable

Baked Fish
(Salad, Fried Potato Wedges and Fillet Fish
filled with its lemon, tomatoes and cream sauce)

Thanked to my PINCH SALT card member I get the reward of points which is available to be used @ Baci Cafe. 

Do come and try BACI cafe for your Hi-Tea! 

Lot G47, Ground Floor, Citta Mall
No. 1, Jalan PJU 1A/48, Ara Damansara,
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor,

Thursday, 27 June 2013

#Hazardous Weather!

The Hazardous weather is too much already, people are taking the difficult of breathing

1. What is Haze?

    The haze we see in our city skyline is caused by tiny particulates suspended in the atmosphere. At high  
   concentrations, these particulates scatter and absorb sunlight resulting in diminished horizontal visibility
   thereby giving the atmosphere a characteristic opalescent appearance. Haze is not confined to urban
   environment, it may also be observed in rural areas.

2. Haze Particles - Their Origin

    The particles that cause the haze phenomenon can originate from many sources, some of which are natural
    and some anthropocentric. Natural sources include the oceans, forests and ground surface. However the
    majority of the particulates are from human activities which include open burning, land cleaning, vehicular
    use and combustion of fossil fuels in industrial boilers.

The burning forests fire can cause the Haze

3. Is Haze harmful?

    Haze originating from natural sources such as sea salt and soil dust is generally harmless to humans. Sight,
    transient haze visible in most towns and cities has not been proven to cause any serious long-term health
    effects on the population. However, during a severe haze episode, prolonged exposure to high
    concentration of particulates can be harmful to health. Associated with previous haze episodes, there have
    been reports of increases in incidences of eye and throat irritations and respiratory difficulties among
    sensitive groups.

4. How to clear the Haze away?
    In our changing atmosphere, just as there are hazy days, there are also days which are clear and clean.
    What can bring about this change? Particulates in the atmosphere are removed through several processes.
    A proportion, particularly the heavier particles, settles to the ground on onto surfaces by gravitational
    The finer particles are removed by a process called 'rainout' involving condensation of water vapour onto
    minute particles to form water droplets eventually producing clouds. Particles are also removed below
    cloud by collision and adhesion with falling raindrops through another process called 'washout'.
    Yet another removal mechanism involves the role of turbulence in transporting the haze particulates up to
    the higher levels of the atmosphere for more effective dispersion. In this case, widespread heavy rain/
    thunderstorms with strong updrafts and downdrafts are more effective, whereas light rain showers of short
    duration are usually quite inefficient in cleaning the atmosphere in a severe haze situation.

After the burning forests fire is done

4. How to protect ourselves from the Haze?
    * To stay indoor
    * Open air-condition to stay cool inside 
    * Keep environment clean 
    * Drink more water
Wear mask to protect your health

Audience, please always stay to follow up the advice issued by the local health authorities.

  As for your info today is the update result from the Department of Environment.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

#Dessert #UFO

UFO is a Taiwanese dessert. It is a popular dessert among the Malaysian after the Snowflake dessert. 

Here is my dessert and snack.

Cheezy HotDog

Took effect using Lomo

Matcha Ice, Ai Yu Jelly, QQ balls, Green Tea balls with  ice cream

My dessert looked scrumptious! Water-mouthing now... 

UFO Dessert can be find @ 86, Jalan SS 2/60, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
The business hour - 1.00pm to 1.00am (Mon - Thu)
                        - 1.00pm to 2.00am (Fri - Sat)
                - 1.00pm to 1.00am (Sun)

Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Crazy # Hunt for Food

What a full of function of the day!

It  was the late appointment with my friend in the morning. And I enjoyed all the day hunting the food down!

It is the 'Hui Lau Shan', I found for the first time. It look a bit weird. I finally tried it out. The drink was awesome! Tasty!

Hui Lau Shan is a chain of dessert shops based in Hong Kong, specializing in dessert soups called tong sui,
snacks and desserts. Hui Lau Shan is known for its prominent use of mango in its entrees.
The chain's first shop opened in Yuen Long, New Territories in the 1960s as an herbal outlet, and was known for its turtle jelly and herbal teas.The chain has since diversified and now emphasizes its fruit desserts and snacks.
Since the 1990s, the chain has expanded tremendously, with outlets in part of the country and oversea.

Watermelon Aloe Vera Jelly Juice

Mango Cocount/ Mango Small Glutinous Ball/ Mango biscuit crumbs

Mango Coconut Jelly Juice

Hui Lau San can be found at The Gardens which is opposite the MidValley.

And the more I would like to thank HJ to spend me a night movie #Man of Steel #SCM. How thoughtful of him for me.

After the show, we went out and found this western home cafe, Tappers.
(Similar to the Old Kopitiam)

Tapper's ~ Western Home Cafe style
BBQ Chicken Teriyaki
A part of the Tappers' interior

Tappers Cafe - @ Setia Alam
15-1-2 Jalan Setia Prima U13/D,
Setia Alam 40170,
Shah Alam, Selangor

(Daily 8.00am till 10.00pm)

Tel : 03 - 3341 2267

The Tappers Cafe - Other Outlets

* Jaya One, Petaling Jaya
* CapSquare, Kuala Lumpur
* Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur
* Setiawalk, Puchong
* Plantium Victory Setapak, Kuala Lumpur
* Cyberjaya, Cyberjaya
* Damansara Uptown, Petaling Jaya
* Giant USJ, Subang Jaya
* Oasis Square, Petaling Jaya

Celebration #Dumpling Bak Chang

Dumpling Bak Chang is a traditional Chinese food, made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo, reed, or other large flat leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. In the Western world, they are also known as rice dumplings or sticky rice dumplings.
-Celebration on 12th June 2013, Wednesday-

My colleague gave me two cutie of dumplings to my little surprise. I took them home. They were 2 flavours - spicy and non-spicy. Delicious!

#Healthy Yogurt

I am crazy for a # Healthy Yogurt. 

It is......

                         located at Sek. 13, Shah Alam

Sunday, 9 June 2013

#Nasi Beriyani

Beriyani is a rice-based dish made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and chicken, mutton, fish, eggs or

The name is derived from the Persian word 'Beriyani' which means "fried" or "masted". Beriyani was believed to have been invented in the kitchen of Mughal Emperors. It is very popular in the Indian subcontinent and is a key element of the South Asian cuisine, Hyderabad, Malabar, Delhi/ Agra, Dhaka, Kashmir, Kolkata, Lucknow and Lahore are the main centres of beriyani cuisine.

One day, we were asked to cook for the church lunch and it's Nasi Beriyani, my HJ suggested. I was almost puzzled out of mind since I do know how to cook it. So, my HJ cooks it hehe.

Delicious one but the rice was damn too soft. Thumbs up for my HJ for doing it well. Cheers!

Chicken Nasi Beryani

Friday, 7 June 2013

A Great Little Party #Lakeside

It was the first of the month, June' 13 where my day was in a little of rush. I got idea to look by near at my place. So we checked the places on the mobile online and found one shop. So we went to the shop and entered Gifts from Heaven shop. I told the shop owner we were looking for some educational toys for baby. The lady showed us by several cutie toys I never ever seen before. The kids nowadays are really lucky to have the best things!

There are some toys, educational toys, breasting feed machines, baby tools and much more. They were Fisher, Avent brands to name a few. And finally we decided to buy this kind of> Storybook sleeping Pillow Book in size A4!

 A storybook pillow can read in anytime & anywhere!


We were given a namecard and went home with a happy smile.

Later in the late evening, I was told to get ready - Going to the Lakeside at Kota Kemuning. It is a popular lakeside with its surrounding of beautiful rich of houses. There we spotted a hut which is big enough to fit for people. The kids were having much fun there with their lil baby brother. 

Before the place was getting darker, we quickly took the cake and put on candle on > To celebrate the lil stylo Raakesh having his best b'day of the day ~ 1 year old! With the good simple dinner we had with the family.

As for those who are looking for baby equipments, it'd be the ideal shop I recommended to you > the reasonable prices too. 

Shop Address:
Gifts From Heaven Sdn Bhd
29, Jalan Anggerik Vanila T31/T,
Kota Kemuning, Sek. 31,
40460 Shah Alam,