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Places by Saba

  • French village & Japanese village

    You guys might be wondering what on earth is going on, these two villages have no correlation with each other what so ever and well you guys are right, the only reason I'm lumping these two places together is that they are both nearby each other so it's worth it to go...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Genting Highlands (Pt.2)

    Alright so in this part I'm going to talk about two attractions that are in the Genting area but a little bit further from the casino and resorts and all. And lastly I'm going to cover my experience in one of Genting’s hotels and we’ll see how it goes from...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Genting Highlands (Pt.1)

    I can’t believe I didn’t write about this place sooner. To be honest I had this image in my head that I already wrote a piece on this place and earlier today I was checking out my post's titles and I was like, man can’t believe I left this place out, such a...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Sam Cafe

    Recently I have become such a big fan of café hopping, I find it relaxing yet classy. Coffee shops and good conversations are two things I live for. There is nothing more pleasing than finding a café that is a sanctuary in itself, doesn’t overcharge its customers...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Pavilion shopping mall

    I've written about a lot of malls in Kuala Lumpur or rather a lot of famous malls in Kuala Lumpur and it was just about time I wrote an entry on the second most touristic and lively mall of Kuala Lumpur after Suria KLCC, that is nowhere but the Pavilion mall. Pavilion...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Danjeh bakery and cafe

    I'm still working on the Kish series, I mean I couldn’t be done possibly, Kish just has way too many places and attractions and I plan on covering them all. But while I'm still working on those, I thought I could take a short couple of hour break and go café hopping...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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, its cheap prices and...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Bukit Tabur

    Waking up at 6 am on a weekend doesn’t seem like your perfect day? Yeah, 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Fuego Troika sky dining

    Sky dining is one of the most elegant, voguish and thrilling ways of dining. 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, a place to...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • 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...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Kolbeh fast food

    Up until now I have only been writing about traditional places to eat in Tehran but the truth is, Tehran is a great and guilt trippingly delicious place for fast food too. I realized this when I went to one of the rather famous fast food restaurants in the Saadat Abad...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Avani gold coast resort, Sepang

    Avani is and will always be one of my favorite hotel resorts in all Malaysia. The feeling of being floated on water added to the serenity of tranquility of the place and the great facilities provided. This was an almost five star stay excluding a few minor details which...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago
  • Batu Caves

    Malaysia is the land of religious diversity. Let it be Chinese temples, Hindu temples or Muslim mosques, you’ll never run out of religious sites to visit. One of the most spectacular and most famous Hindu temples in Kuala Lumpur is the Batu caves temple. How to get...

    0 by Saba, 3 years ago

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