Chinese New Year is eventually only
less than 2 weeks away. Have you started to clean your house? Have you bought yourself new clothes? Have you baked your cakes and cookies? Have you sorted your menu or
even sourcing for venue if you are dining out for the Chinese New Year eve
feast where everyone is having high expectation on???? Geezzzz 😟 That’s how busy it is for every
family who celebrated Chinese New Year. It is the auspicious celebration that
we love and hate at the same time because that’s the busiest time of the year
for us, Chinese. However, I think I could lend a helping hand. 😊 Miri Marriott Resort & Spa announces
the appointment of Chef Ang Choo Cuin as its new Chinese Chef. Chef Ang will be
responsible for the development of the Chinese Menu and for the maintenance of
the quality and standards of food preparation, as well as oversee all Chinese
food production of the hotel’s extensive banqueting events with the assistance
of the Executive Chef Len Ivan Osmund. His pas…
Besties had been travelling together for years. Our promises to go for an adventure at least once a year. That's how we build our mental illness together. Not insane but the way we describe our friendship. When you have intimate friends that come together like a family, you know you are pretty much stuck for life. Well...... better start sharing my journey in Saigon.
I will be sharing itinerary of my 5 days and 4 nights at Saigon and less on the spending. You may ask me personally for the expenses as we got ourselves tour guide to bring us around as the communication worries.
Ho Chi Minh or better known as Saigon among the locals is a place with much gem and treasure to be explore. Be bewildered, emotional and maybe partial disturbing due to their progression overcome war. High and low throughout the journey indeed BUT lesson learned. Experienced lead and historical that touched hearts.
Upon arrival, airport is beyond great. Many thought that Saigon is a city that even mosquito…
Café or better known as coffee house is nothing unusual and probably norm to our community ever since Starbucks landed on our city years ago. Back then, sipping a cup or glass of coffee (not your usual kopitiam or mamak stall) in Starbucks are categorized as the "wealthy" bunch. It is an expensive drink that not much can afford. People would rather have kopi C , or kopi O "kao" - chap ah moi which are much cheaper and greater aroma and may comfortably speak loud with their companion without any restriction. That's what our community mindset is at the early stage (at least to me). Today, as the millennial are having better spending power. Working adults are willing to pay extra for a cup of coffee that comes in a package - with the cosy ambiance that a coffee house provide, bonding session out of the house, it is made possible to have more supply from the market to support such demand.
Coffee seems to be a daily booze for many in their daily routine which the…