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Thursday, July 28, 2016

Lankayan Island Dive Resort

A jewel-like tiny island in the Sulu Sea, a 1.5 hour boat rides north of Sandakan; Lankayan has been declared part of an immense Marine Protected Area to adopt the eco-tourism concept. Unpopulated and covered by thick tropical island vegetation on its topside, this peaceful, untouched little bit of paradise is ringed by an endless pure white sandy beach, offering simply elegant and exquisite accommodation in all 23 wooden, roomy and perfectly appointed seafront chalets.

While the ideal destination for those who search for tranquility and relaxation in a virgin natural setting and for families with children, Lankayan Island is also becoming one of the hottest diving destinations on the map today: its dive sites - all just a few minutes away - boasting unbelievably colorful macro, fauna, fascinating wrecks and in season from March to May, regular sightings of gigantic and harmless whale sharks, the "dream date "of every diver in the world.

Situated within the Sea Turtle Corridor, Lankayan Island is also a nesting place and foraging ground for sea turtles; most commonly Green and Hawksbill Turtle. Therefore, guests will have a chance to see turtles nesting as well as new hatchlings of baby turtles released to the sea especially in season from June to September.

Lankayan Island is a virtually uninhabited island, located deep into the Sulu Seas off the North-Eastern coast of Sabah in Malaysia. There is only one resort offering access to these unspoiled waters.

Lankayan has been created as a truly beautiful resort, not only for discerning divers but for anyone who appreciates the serenity and tranquility of a paradise island - white sandy beaches, swaying casuarina pines, beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

The normal route to the island is through Kota Kinabalu International airport. here are also direct flights to Sandakan from KL on AirAsia. From KK, a connecting flight takes you to Sandakan where a transfer is made to the jetty to board the twin engine fibre glass boat to Lankayan Island, a journey of about 75 minutes on good seas. Note that there is only one boat transfer to Lankayan each day, departing Sandakan jetty at 10.00 hrs. Depending on your arrival time in Sandakan, you may need to spend a night in either KK or Sandakan.

Chalets on Lankayan Island

Lankayan Island is a small island fully covered with tropical vegetation, featuring tall casuarina trees and the ubiquitous pandan screwpine. The island is pristine, not having suffered human occupation for long, and has some interesting fauna subjects. After a dive, the place for relaxation is the upper lounge which overlooks the western beach and jetty. Here, the tourist can enjoy some sun with a favourite cool drink. A TV room is available for viewing the day's video shots or other footage.

Despite the remoteness, Lankayan offers all the amenities of a tropical resort.
A Beach on Lankayan Island

Visitors stay in bungalows, constructed from local timbers to blend into the natural surroundings. Twin/triple bungalows are available in Chalet accommodation. All chalets offer direct access to the beach. The chalets are well appointed, with hot bath and clean water from the RO system. Power is available with 220 V or 110 V.

In total, the resort accommodates between 40 and 50 guests at a time

The island is a great place to explore or simply to relax. Welcome to Asia's best kept secret.


Lankayan Island is part of the Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area (SIMCA) which covers approximately 46300 ha. It was declared a conservation area in December 2001. The area is jointly managed by Sabah State Wildlife Department and private sector representatives. Lankayan is also governed by an extensive management plan to ensure sustainable use of resources and environmentally friendly tourism policies. Among other things, SIMCA representatives enforce a no fishing policy in the area, protect Turtles and their eggs, ensure a no anchoring policy for boats and limit tourist numbers and tourist facilities. Lankayan Resort used environmental consultants to design and implement waste management and recycling methods, build rainwater collection areas and ensure continued health of island flora. The results are positive and visible - healthy corals and rich vegetation.

The dive package to Lankayan Island includes:-
  • Land and Sea Transfers - Sandakan Airport to Lankayan Island and return,
  • 3 meals per day plus afternoon tea and snacks,
  • Accommodation on twin/triple sharing basis,
  • 3 boat dives daily around the Island except on arrival and departure day,
  • unlimited beach dives in front of Jetty,
  • Provide tanks, weights and belt,
  • Limited gear is available for rental,
  • No extra charge for Night dives in front of Dive Centre for advanced divers or divers with night dive experience,
  • Guided tour to Sepilok Orang-utan Rehabitation Centre on departure day from Lankayan (Optional) - entry fee to Sepilok not included

Friday, May 06, 2016

Lembah Temir

Lembah Temir Resort is a hidden treasure located in Raub, Pahang waiting to be explored. What initially started off as a ''durian plantation project'' in 2009, turned into an escapade project as the owner loves to host familíes and friends at the orchard. Now, we are slowly and surely growing into a resort in an orchard. It is set in 75 acres of stunning orchard estate/landscape and is located just less than 2 hours drive away from Kuala Lumpur city centre.

Tucked in the heart of Pahang’s rich rainforest reserve, it boasts a few natural cascading waterfalls around the orchards that will guarantee to take your breath away. Spend the day dipping in the rivers that are relaxing and fun. Swim with the local fishes! (sorry, no fishing)

This charming resort, was designed in complete harmony to the natural terrain/landscape and has 25 rooms scattered around the orchard. Each room is equipped with air condition, fan and water heater.

The orchard produces the all-time favorite tropical fruits such as Durian (Musang King) alongside other tropical fruits such as the Rambutan, Mangosteen, Duku, Jackfruit and many more.

Lembah Temir Resort is perfect for a family (or office) getaway!


Located a mere 2 hours drive from Kuala Lumpur, it is close enough for a short get aways. For our family, it's more of a weekly thing. A place to chill and relax, enjoy the bounty from the trees, while immersing in the pool of cool waters coming from the waterfall.

C149, 27630 Sungai Ruan, Pahang, Malaysia.

- From toll Gombak, passing Genting Sempah, Tol Karak
- Exit Bentong (1st exit) after Tol Karak
- Turn right at T-Junction
- Pass thru Bentong town
- Follow the road passing: futsal arena on left.
- Go straight on until you see a turning into Mempaga / Kg lebu
- Turn left at balai raya head to Kg lebu / Raub
- Go straight. Until T-junction, turn left
- Go straight. Until next T-junction turn left
- Go straight for about 2km
- Turn right after you pass milestone (Raub 25km)
- Go straight, you'll reach an off road route, pass a bridge, go straight on until you see a bangsal among palm trees in the plantation on ur left but go straight on.
- You'll see Lembah Temir signage directing you to turn right.
- Go straight. Follow Lembah Temir signs in blue, available at most turnings starting from Mempaga.

(office hours only 9am - 5pm)

+6012 211 2259
+012 218 9812

FOR BOOKINGS PLEASE EMAIL: lembah.temir@gmail.com
​Please include these info when making your inquiry:
- Name/Company
- Contact details / address
- Number of guests ie. adults and children (2-12 yr)
- Date preference
- Number of nights
- Other relevant info pertaining booking.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016


By Mike Dunphy

If you think the rest of the world is just sucking down cigs and croissants for breakfast, you're sadly mistaken. Take a cue from these countries' better-for-you choices—and get your 'Merica on by welcoming the following healthy breakfast ideas into your life.

Here's the thing about why breakfast is so important: After 6+ hours or sleep, your body is starved of nutrients and needs an injection to fire up its metabolism and return to full operating capacity. Unfortunately, too many Americans feed it nothing but sugar-soaked cereals, juice, or bacon-egg-n-cheeses, ensuring a day of limited productivity (and possibly a lifetime of cholesterol issues).

Other countries may not have our amber waves of grain, but many do offer a healthier breakfast blueprint. Take inspiration from these 10 international breakfasts that contain both the nutrients you need and deliciousness par excellence. None of these is 100 percent perfect—but most likely a lot healthier than yours.


It’s difficult not to find fans of the typical Turkish breakfast among nutritionists and gourmands alike. The impressive spread of meze-style dishes starts with olives, tomato, white cheese, parsley (squeezed with lemon) and moves on to eggs, honey, cubanelle peppers, cucumbers, garlic sausage, and savory pastries. The olives are a particularly good source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fat while the ever-present tea is loaded with antioxidant catechins.


The centerpiece of any good Israeli breakfast is Shakshouka, eggs poached in a tomato and vegetable sauce, best taken alongside salat katzutz—a finely chopped vegetable salad with tomatoes, red onion, parsley, cilantro, cucumbers, and red or green peppers. Like the Turkish breakfast, cheese (especially Tsfatit), olives, and yogurt are common, making the meal low in saturated fat and high in monounsaturated fat, dietary fibers, calcium, riboflavin, and phosphorus.


Breakfast in Japan eschews most Western ingredients in favor of steamed rice (or okayu rice porridge), tofu, pickled vegetables, fermented soy beans, dried seaweed, and of course, fish. If any eggs join the spread, they are elegantly rolled into a tamagoyaki omelet. Altogether, it’s extremely low in sugar, and high in goodies like manganese, magnesium, selenium, potassium, and vitamin A. The accompanying green tea adds antioxidants.


A steaming bowl of breakfast Pho usually comes stuffed with a huge variety of vegetables and herbs—cilantro, bean sprouts, mint, spring onion, lime, roasted peanuts, chili, among others. The bone broth also packs perks for your gut, where the gelatin can help seal holes in the intestines. Be warned that not all versions are created equal, and some contain unhealthy amounts of sodium—so it may be best leave most of it in the bowl. Curious about bone broth?


The traditional Egyptian breakfast and national dish, Fūl Medames, is thought to date to the time of the pharaohs. The main ingredient, fava beans, are usually stewed overnight and then spiced with cumin, chopped parsley, garlic, onion, lemon juice, and chili pepper. Chopped hard boiled eggs are sometimes added, too. The body benefits just as much as the taste buds, with very low saturated fat, no cholesterol, and lots of fiber, iron, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus.


Black beans—and the heavy amounts of iron, zinc, potassium, thiamin, and folate inside—play a central role in breakfast here. Mixed with rice, spiced with cumin, pepper, and garlic, Gallo Pinto often comes with eggs on the side and a host of vitamin-rich tropical fruits like mango, pineapple, papaya, and plantains. The breakfast might have a lot to do with Costa Rica’s “Blue Zone” designation, given to countries with long-living populations.


Icelandic cuisine may not inspire much salivation, but its breakfast is one of the healthiest—and perfect for fending off dark, icy mornings. Hafragrautur, an oatmeal porridge, is is cooked in water or milk before being sprinkled with brown sugar, raisins, and melon seeds; this makes it low in cholesterol and sodium and high in dietary fiber, manganese, and selenium. Add in a shot of omega 3-rich cod liver oil and a few spoonfuls of protein-packed skyr, the semi-tart Icelandic version of Greek yogurt, and you’re ready to get shoveling. Love oats?


Kasha may be all the rage in American health food stores today, but it’s been on tables in Russia for far longer, primarily at breakfast, as a warm porridge made from oats, millet, buckwheat, or semolina. Cooked in milk to give it extra creaminess, it’s topped with butter, spices, dried fruits, or jam. Very low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium, the porridge is an excellent source of dietary fiber and magnesium, and manganese. The buckwheat version is particularly good at lowering high blood pressure, thanks to the rich supply of flavonoids.


Breakfast is perhaps the best excuse to dive into supremely delicious Nasi Lemak. Soaked and cooked in coconut milk, rice is garnished with anchovies, cucumbers, roasted peanuts, hard boiled egg, and spicy sambal sauce. It’s traditionally wrapped in a banana leaf, but that’s just a renewable place setting. Yes, there’s a bit more fat than is good for you (eat less rice to reduce), but it’s balanced with lots of manganese, protein, and carbs. The chili in the sambal also boosts the metabolism (depending which nutritionist you talk to).


The subcontinent’s widespread embrace of vegetarianism means a breakfast healthier than most. In the south, Upma, a thick concoction made from dry roasted semolina is popular. The succulent savory flavor infused by the cumin, green chilies, cilantro, and turmeric also contains a range of nutrients. Turmeric in particularly has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. You’ll also benefit from a high dose of selenium, folate, and thiamin, plus the protein and vitamin E and B in the whole grains.

Source: http://www.eatthis.com/breakfast-around-the-world

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Top 15 Best Nasi Lemaks You Can Find in Klang Valley

Nasi lemak is practically the symbol of Malaysia; the food that binds us together, the embodiment of all things Malaysian.(Featured image source)

When you’re stuck craving for some Malaysian goodness, where should you head to? Here’s some you could try out! Oh and no, we’re not including Nasi Lemak Village Park in the list since everyone basically already knows about it!

1. Nasi Lemak Famous

Image source: Venoth

Well, as its name already mentions, this nasi lemak is one of the most sought after from Malaysians. Tucked away in a hidden corner of the busy Bangsar Telawi, if you didn’t know about it you probably wouldn’t have stumbled upon it. The stall is located at Telawi food court and serves customers who are constantly flocking in all the way till midnight.

The nasi lemak costs about RM7 with friend chicken and has many regulars definitely recommending to try it out.

Location: Bangsar Selera Food Court, Jalan Telawi 1, Kuala Lumpur, 59100, Malaysia
Operating hours: 5pm-5am daily

Image source: hybridku

Image source: friedchillies

2. Nasi Lemak Kukus Chef Fauzey

Parked in PJ Old Town, this nasi lemak stall is not your usual stall but one that sells from a food truck! Even so, their nasi lemaks are to die for and have people from all races alike munching on their local goodness.

The nasi lemak kukus goreng that is priced about RM7 is served with a side of sambal, sliced cucumbers, and a single fried prawn, then topped with chopped fried chicken and crunchy chilli-fried coconut!

Location: Jln Othman, Pjs 3, PJ Old Town, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Operating hours: 5.30pm-11.00pm daily

Chef Fauzey Nasi Lemak Kukus

- Jalan Othman, 
Pjs 3, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 46000
Daily: 17:30 - 23:00
4-7pm everyday for Ramadan

Closed every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month.

+60 193765886
Image source: the vocket

3. Nasi Lemak Bumbung (Sea Park)

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Unlike your usual spicy sambal, this place serves mild sambal with a sweetness to it. So for ya’ll non-spicy eaters, this is the place that you can enjoy to your heart’s content. The place has tables opened up into a long stretched alleyway and it’s always packed with people, especially students from the area. The nasi lemak is about RM6 and is usually taken with chicken on the side topped of with telur mata kerbau.

Location: Jalan 21/11b, Sea Park, 46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating hours: 5.30pm-4am Mon to Sat; 5.30pm-12.00am Sundays; Closed on Fridays

4. Ann Nasi Lemak

Sorry but this one isn’t halal. What makes this unique is that this chinese style nasi lemak is drizzled with pork skin curry, yes you read that right, pork skin curry. The store opens pretty early so this nasi lemak ain’t gonna satisfy your midnight hunger pangs.

People often queue up to try their signature curry and the nasi lemak is frequently paired with sambal sotong or sambal kerang.

Location: Imbi Market (Pasar Baru Bukit Bintang), Jalan Melati, 55100, City Center, Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: 6.00am-12.00pm

Image source: Rebecca Saw

5. Nasi Lemak Daun Pisang Seputeh

The hidden gem, this is a stall not known by most people unless you stay around the area. Opening from noon all the way past midnight, the stall drive regulars coming back every time with their fragrant rice and delicious sambal.

The place is value for money especially for their mouth watering nasi lemak. The rice is usually taken with fried chicken, but there are other dishes you can also pair it with. A personal favourite would be their paru-paru. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it!

The stall is located just along Lorong Syed Putra Kiri and you’ll be able to spot the place as the whole road is usually dark, besides dim street lamps and light emitting from the store.

Location: Lorong Syed Putra Kiri, Taman Persiaran Desa, 50460 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: 3.00pm till 2.00am daily

6. Big Tree Head Mamak

Image source: Joanne Leong

The nasi lemak here is pretty well known among residents of Kepong and it’s because of their fried chicken that’s made with a perfect crisp. Biting into their hot succulent chicken thigh, although a little oily, the crispy fragrant outer layer gave a crunch like no other.

Location: Pesiaran Mergastua, Kepong Baru, 52100 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: 6.30pm-2.00am Mon to Sat; 6.30pm-12.00am Sun

Image source: Joanne Leong

7. Restoran Warisan Sambal Opah

Operating from evening till 4am, this spot is the perfect go-to for ya’ll supper kakis. The nasi lemak packets may be a little small, but at RM1 a pack, you might as well grab 2 or 3 more! Each packet is freshly packed in front of customers as they endure the long queue and if you’re up for it, there are plentiful of dishes to choose from.

Location: 7, Jalan USJ 9/5p, Subang Business Centre, 47620 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Operating hours: 5.00pm-4.00am Mon to Sat; 5.00pm-12.00am Sun

Warong Nasi Lemak Panas Warisan Sambal Opah

2 Jalan Usj 9/5, 
Usj 9, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47620
1 Vote
Daily: 16:30 - 04:00

Read more at WOB: http://www.worldofbuzz.com/top-7-best-nasi-lemaks-you-can-find-in-klang-valley/

8. Nasi Lemak Mak Wanjor

Mak Wanjor’s stall set up isn’t impressive from its exterior, but their food is worth the trip to Kampung Baru in the heart of the KL.

The nasi lemak (RM3) at Mak Wanjor has fluffy rice grains, and you can really taste the santan used to make it. The sambal wasn’t too thick or sweet, but tasted great with the rice.

Choose from a wide variety of sides at Mak Wanjor

Some of the lauk (sides) offered here include daging masak kicap (RM3), paru goreng (fried cow lung, RM2), and begedil (RM1.50).

The highlight however, was the beef rendang (RM3). Our hungry team unanimously agreed that it was the best dish, with thick rendang sauce and tender juicy meat.

Oh glorious beef rendang, how we adore thee

Nasi Lemak Mak Wanjor

8 Jalan Raja Muda Musa, Kampung Baru, 
Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur 50300
16 Votes
Mon - Sat: 06:30 - 12:00
Mon - Sat: 16:00 - 01:00
Closed: Sun

9. Bukit Indah Food Corner

Lady Luck is what you have on your side when both the nasi lemak and the Ramly burger stalls are open outside of the Bukit Indah Food Corner (which is really a fancy name for the local mamak). Some of the nasi lemak offerings include sambal kerang and chicken rendang.

The burger Ramly and nasi lemak stalls usually operate right in front of BIFC, but there’s also a satay stall in the corner

The sambal was sweet and spicy, mixed together with fried ikan bilis and roasted peanuts. The chicken rendang was well-marinated, with strong lemongrass and galangal flavours.

The only catch with this stall is that it doesn’t have consistent operating hours, but your best bet would be 8pm on weekdays until it’s sold out.

Looks don’t count for this nasi lemak, it’s probably one of the best and ugliest you’ll have

Bukit Indah Food Corner

1-G, - Jalan Medan Bukit Indah 2, 
Taman Bukit Indah, Kuala Lumpur 68000
Daily: 08:00 - 19:00

10. RA Nasi Lemak

With an easy-to-miss exterior along the Asian Heritage Row, you’ll be surprised to find that RA Nasi Lemak is extremely popular for its nasi, and they are usually sold out by 11am on weekends!

This place is a favourite haunt for the local working class, and if you miss the morning rush, you can still have their nasi campur until 4pm.

Keep a look out for their sign, or you might miss it altogether!

The lauk offerings at RA Nasi Lemak are unique in its authentic kampung-style dishes, such as gulai lemak pisang and sambal tempeh ikan bilis. The lemak pisang almost tasted like vegetables (peel and all), while the tempeh had a salty spicy kick to it.

If we were giving out awards, this might just win the award for Best Kampung Style Nasi Lemak

RA Nasi Lemak Raja Abdullah

15A Jalan Raja Abdullah, 
Kuala Lumpur 50300
8 Votes
Mon - Sun: 07:00 - 22:00

+60 12 354 6800

11. Det Station

Tucked away in Ampang Avenue behind the likes of a PappaRich and the Ampang-famous Hafiz Corner, Det Station may often be overlooked, but its patrons know better than to use their appetite on other shops nearby.

Det Station’s nasi lemak was quite a stunner, with coconut milk-laden rice, a signature pool of sambal, and crunchy fried chicken (RM3.50).

No tricks here, just a carefully crafted nasi lemak

They don’t get crazy with sides, but that’s what makes their dishes so good. You could go with a fried egg, fried chicken, or our personal favourite, sambal ikan keli, and still have the best meal in the area. The fish was so good that we packed two more to bring home!

The sambal ikan keli is a must-try at Det Station

Det Station Restaurant

No. 19 Jalan Avenue 3, 
Taman Bukit Indah, Kuala Lumpur 68000
8 Votes

12. Nasi Lemak Royale Kedah

Only a few shop lots down from Sweetree is the famous Nasi Lemak Royale Kedah. Though similar to nasi briyani, the yellow colour of the rice is all they share. The shop is extremely popular with the locals, and they even have Korean expats who dine frequently at the restaurant for their delicious nasi lemak.

At Royale Kedah, sides matter

The side dishes at Royale Kedah are absolutely impressive. Though we’re impartial to the daging masak kicap (which tastes like sebak, a Nyonya dish), Royale Kedah also has whole fried quail, fried mantis prawns, a variety of kuah (gravy), and many more.

Prices range according to what you put on your plate, though the prawns may cost anywhere from RM15-RM50.

We’re absolutely in love with the daging masak kicap here!

Nasi Lemak Royale

Tiara Duta Condominium, - Jalan Dagang 4, 
Taman Dagang Jaya, Kuala Lumpur 68000
Daily: 07:00 - 01:00

+60 125220051

13. Angsana Risoles

Another famous nasi lemak located in SS5 is Angsana Risoles. If you’re looking for other dishes to go with nasi lemak, you’ve come to the right place. The truck also sells asam laksa, mee goreng, and kuih, so take your pick!

Choose from a variety of other dishes if nasi lemak isn’t for you

The nasi lemak (RM1.50) runs out quickly, so we suggest getting there as soon as they open at 2pm.

The star of the show was the ayam masak merah (RM2.50), which was chockful of sautéed onions and tomato chilli paste; you can’t go wrong with this chicken on the side. The sambal was quite spicy, but we love that kick in our nasi.

Don’t miss out on their ayam masak merah!

Angsana Risoles

- Jalan SS5D/5, 
Ss 5, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47301
2 p.m. onward

+60 193695766

14. Nasi Lemak Panas Warung Rindu

Also known as Warung Rindu Pak Ya, this simple roadside stall has been operating for 17 years! They serve the evening crowd from 5pm to 2am, so you can have nasi lemak for dinner or supper.

Just like CT Garden, patrons pick the number of nasi lemak bungkus they want (RM1 each), then choose from ayam goreng (RM3.50 for small, RM4 for big) or burung puyuh goreng (fried quail, RM4.50).

Their packets may be small, but they carry a lot of goodness

Warung Rindu’s sambal was of the sweeter variety, and their fragrant rice was packed without kacang (most diners take at least two packs of nasi). The fried chicken was superb - with crispy skin and tender flesh, it was good enough to be eaten on its own.

Gerai Satay Che Ha operates right beside the nasi lemak canopy, so you can have juicy caramelised satay with your meal as well!

A great snack to go with your nasi lemak panas

Warung Rindu Nasi Lemak Panas

- Jalan 1/112a, 
Taman Bukit Angkasa, Kuala Lumpur 59200
Open at 5.30 pm

+60 122073037

15. Nasi Lemak Kukus BHP at Taman Connaught

If you’re in Taman Connaught for one of the longest pasar malams in Klang Valley, here’s a great place to stop by for some grub! Located next to the BHP right across the highway is a nasi lemak kukus stall that opens only from 3pm to 9pm.

There’s limited seating at their stall, so if it rains it would be better to have your nasi lemak kukus to-go.

Their stall isn’t too far from the Connaught pasar malam, so stop by

The turmeric fried chicken is what it’s all about - with a thinly-coated, crispy batter, the chicken was absolutely delicious! The makcik or encik will even generously scoop spoonfuls of leftover fried batter into your packet for extra texture to the fluffy rice.

Our plate of nasi lemak kukus with a piece of fried chicken, sambal kerang, and fried egg, cost us RM8.

Look at all that crispy fried goodness!

Nasi Lemak Kukus BHP

- Next to BHP Petrol Station, Jalan Waras, 
Taman Connaught, Kuala Lumpur 56000
Daily: 15:00 - 21:00

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