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Saba Jalali

Current city:
Kuala Lumpur
City of birth:
Tehran
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UAM
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  • Blog

    Tehran’s top shopping centers

    Okay so I know most of you people don’t come to Tehran for shopping, I mean after all there are always better things to do in this megacity and when you’re a tourist sightseeing is always more important but the truth is somehow we all will end up in a shopping...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 5 days ago
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    The ebrat museum

    This will be a rather short post; remember how I said I checked out three museums on the same day, well this is the third museum that I did visit on that day. I almost wanted to not write a post on it because I seriously didn’t enjoy the museum much. Sure it does...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 6 days ago
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    National jewels museum

    Okay this next museum is by far the most astonishing, astounding and awe-inspiring museum I have ever been to. It is mind blowing to put it well. Literally when I came out of the museum I was like what’s life even for a few hours and then I got home and talked about...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 6 days ago
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    National communications museum of Iran

    Okay so the truth is this year I have sorta became a museum geek, I don’t even know how the transformation even happened but I'm glad it did. The thing is I never went to any museums before but there is something about Iran’s museums that makes you go back for more....

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 7 days ago
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    Suria KLCC

    Okay so KLCC is the most touristic shopping center in all Kuala Lumpur and I'm sure you guys are bound to end up in there whenever you travel to Malaysia. And I realized well if this place is this popular; let me also give my super popular opinion on some of my favorite...

    by Saba in What to do Kuala Lumpur, 10 days ago
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    The Saad Abad complex (pt.2)

    The green palace: Okay so I'm sure you all have been excitedly waiting for the second part, don’t burst my bubble please. For those of you who haven’t read the first part, here’s a link to check it out: ( http://bit.ly/2iN09Wy ). Now upon leaving the first palace...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 11 days ago
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    The Saad Abad complex (pt.1)

    The thing is every time I get to visit somewhere in Tehran, I decide on a new favorite place. I'm like okay this is my favorite place in Tehran and then I get to visit somewhere new and well it changes. This place that I'm going to write about is one of the most...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 12 days ago
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    My top 5 snack places in Kuala Lumpur

    Okay I wasn’t so sure what to call this list, I'm not sure if the word “snack” is right for it either, but anyways these places were sort of my favorite places to go when I wanted to have something light to eat, not quite food but rather pastries or drinks. This...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, 14 days ago
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    Two historical houses, one story

    It's not only the city of Isfahan which is my favorite place in all of Iran, but it is rather the whole Isfahan province that I am in love with. This province is so rich in the Iranian culture and heritage that even if you only get to visit this state of the whole Iran,...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Isfahan, 14 days ago
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    Levain bakery

    First of all happyyyyyyy new year, I could not be more excited about this year so many good events yet to happen it's all very exciting. I have also quite a few things planned for my blog, so stay tuned. Apart from that I wish you all a very happy new year, hope this...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, 16 days ago
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    Berjaya times square

    One of my absolute favorite shopping centers in all of Malaysia, Times Square has definitely a lot to offer, it is also a hotel apart from being a shopping center. When I first moved to Malaysia, times square was a like a sanctuary for me, it's cheap prices and...

    by Saba in What to do Kuala Lumpur, 18 days ago
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    Sunway Lagoon

    As one of Asia’s top leading attractions, this place is a “must go to” in Kuala Lumpur. A place where all family members can enjoy equally is quite rare to come by. I personally love Sunway lagoon even though it's expensive admissions ticket and lack of student...

    by Saba in What to do Kuala Lumpur, 19 days ago
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    Pangkor beach island resort

    My friends and I all know it. It's like an unspoken pact between all of us. We all know that the beach is our save haven. The beach heals all broken hearts; I can’t even recall the number of times I've ditched school to go to the beach. Ok actually I can. It was just...

    by Saba in What to do Kuala Lumpur, 20 days ago
  • Blog

    Carpet museum of Iran

    When you mention the word “Persian” only two things come to mind, Persian cats and Persian carpets. That is of course putting aside the beautiful Persian girls. So there is no museum for Persian cats, sadly. But there is a museum of Persian carpets on display in...

    1 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 25 days ago
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    Ghazali cinematic town

    I'm not such a huge cinema geek. Sure I enjoy watching movies and shows but I wouldn’t call myself a cinema enthusiast, much less a Persian cinema enthusiast that would go to visit the set of some famous Persian movies. Movies that I have never even watched, (that I...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 26 days ago
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    Tabiat bridge (Pt.2)

    So I already talked about all the activities and the sights to see in these two parks and the famous bridge. (Check out part one of the story: http://bit.ly/2hkFYxO ). There only is one thing remaining and such an important thing frankly and that is the question of what...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, 29 days ago
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    Las carretas, Mexican cuisine

    Mexican food. This word carries so much enthusiasm in it that any time I hear it I automatically get excited. Excited as in my taste buds start exploding and my mouth starts to water; and it’s 1 am in the morning so this is basically like torture. Now that’s the...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, 30 days ago
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    Tabiat bridge (Pt.1)

    Tabiat bridge which literally translates to the bridge of “nature” is one of Tehran’s hottest hang out spots and “must see” places. As it is the case in Iran, everything always goes back to architecture and architectural sites but this time it has nothing to...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, one month ago
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    Chili's restaurant

    We live another day, to talk about food once again. Food which is my favorite topic of all time, one that I will never get tired of speaking about. Okay so today I'm going to write about one of my favorite casual dining places in all of Kuala Lumpur. Remember in one of...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, one month ago
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    Bukit Tabur

    Waking up at 6 am on a weekend doesn’t seem like your perfect day? Yea me neither, but wait around because I'm about to change your minds on that. I have never ever considered myself a morning person; That doesn’t mean I'm cranky or moody when I wake up in the...

    by Saba in What to do Kuala Lumpur, one month ago
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    Tah dig restaurant, Tehran

    Food hunting is one of my hobbies, let it be elite and mind-blowingly expensive restaurants or street food, it doesn’t matter, as long it’s something new and of high quality. Food hunting is also one of the main past times in Iran . Let it be weekdays or weekends...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, one month ago
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    Golestan palace and complex (pt.2)

    Next on the must see list was the “Shams ol Emareh” structure which literally translates to “Edifice of the sun”, I had to Google this one, what a cool English name. Remember Nasser e din shah, the guy with the marble tombstone, of course you do, so he had this...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, one month ago
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    Golestan palace and complex (pt.1)

    Having decided to visit every inch Tehran has to offer it was only natural to plan and visit one of Tehran’s most famous palace and museum complexes. “Kakhe Golestan” as it translates to the Roseland palace. Although the exact date of the construction is...

    0 by Saba in Erasmus blog Tehran, one month ago
  • Place

    Fuego Troika sky dining

    Sky dining is one of the most elegant, voguish and thrilling types of dining there is. The name in itself brings in a sort of chicness to the matter of dining. Given we youngsters are always pretty much living on a budget, budget restaurants seem to be our sanctuaries,...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, one month ago
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    Ampang lookout point

    Ever had a secret place only you and your friends knew about? Somewhere that was like a sanctuary to you, a safe haven to relax and unwind for a while and forget about the hard life of a teenager. Pfttt. Seriously though now that I think about it being a teenager was...

    by Saba in Where to eat Kuala Lumpur, one month ago

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