Ever wondered what the best meat on a porky? How about an all Porky-Rib-cious meal at Morganfields to find out? I was there recently to try out their new sticky bones menu and boy, I loved what I was served. Juicy succulent meat separated by bones so you eat them like that chicken drumsticks and wipe the bone clean. Wanna know what is new or delicious? Read on..
With more than a dozen of restaurants over in Malaysia, this makes this Home of Sticky Bones an easily accessible restaurant for all porky lovers. I visited their branch right in the middle of the city in Pavillion KL
Who says pigs can't fly? You get more than what you bargained for here with their menu..
My personal favourite "table" to go along with their food? The bar of course. What is better than downing chunks of juicy meats with a glass of whiskey or cold crisp beer right?
Seafood Chowder.. The whole big bowl of treasure underneath. Don't be fooled by the appearance, the bottom packs a gracious am…
This is the first installment of the Road to Agro Tourism where we started off at MARDI Kuala Kangsar after leaving the MARDI HQ at Serdang. Follow us on our journey to discover the huge durian plantation and other fruits available and also the local bread factory. Want to know more? Read on...
A little about MARDI Kuala Kangsar, it's primary objective is Durio-tourism and as the name suggests the Durian plantation alone is 22 hectares out of 40 hectares
On our arrival we were surprised by the MP of the Kuala Kangsar constituency, Datin Mastura Mohd Yazid welcoming us to MARDI
Well for most of us Malaysians, eating durians arr like eating rice for a whole meal or even a few meals in a row but how many of us knows how the tree looks like and what are the technology to grow them faster?
We were treated to a live demonstration of grafting which speeds up the growth process of durian trees.
Group photo of the person in charge with the VIPs of the plantation after introducing what MA…
When we talk about KL Tower the first thing that comes into mind would be the marvelous view at the top which offers a 360 degree view of the KL Skyline. What if I tell you that things just went better where you could eat your hearts out this coming Ramadhan while enjoying the lovely sunset with your loved ones at near 300 meter above ground? Wanna know more? Read on..
Known at the tallest publicly accessible tower in Malaysia, dining at the top of this renowned tower would be the best experience but wait, what is the best time to dine there?
Sunset which of course coincides with the buka puasa timing of course which would run from 21st May to 12th June 2018.
Enjoy the view while waiting for the last light of the day before you break fast.
Dine with your loved ones with this romantic view of the KL skyline just next to you and it's halal by the way.
Ok I guess everyone is sold on the marvelous view part, let's head on to the food part. What would a Ramadan meal be wit…