Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Wordless Wednesday: A Kiss on Postcard 0036

‘Wordless Wednesday: A Kiss on Postcard’ is my postcard project which collecting lip mark on postcard from all over the world. 

This lip mark is belong to Marie (France).


Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Traditional Kuih-muih

'Wordless Wednesday: Postcard' is recording all the postcards that I had bought from time to time for exchange purpose.

Based on Wikipedia, Kuih are bite-sized snack or dessert foods. It called cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuits or pastries in English and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice. This series of postcard featured kuih in Malaysia.










Thursday, 6 July 2017

2017-06 Favorite Postcards Received

My Postcrossing ranking for June 2017 as below:-
On 57th most postcards sent from Malaysia
On 57th longest distance sent from Malaysia 

I am collect wedding wish postcards to my friend but one postcrosser misunderstand that is my wedding. Haha..


This is Postcrossing meetup  postcard which postcrossers who meet up in Budapesit signed on this postcard.



This is Rooster maxicard which sent from Macau.


Shu Fen traveled to Japan and sent me a postcard from Hokkaido.


 This postcard shows collage postal logos in Russia.


I think this is my first time to receive Malay message on postcard. Quite surprised that someone in France knew Malay!



This postcard shows the painting of street from Iris’s office. This postcard is drawn by Shen Ping (Hong Kong Watercolor Artist).


Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Wordless Wednesday: A Kiss on Postcard 0035

‘Wordless Wednesday: A Kiss on Postcard’ is my postcard project which collecting lip mark on postcard from all over the world. 

This lip mark is belong to Judit (Hungary).


Saturday, 1 July 2017

2017-06 Favorite Songs by Postcard Senders

The favorite song of postcrosser from Hungary is “The Count of Tuscany” by Dream Theater.
Dream Theater is an American progressive metal band formed in 1985 under name Majesty by John Petrucci, John Myung and Mike Portnoy- Wikipedia


Vladislav likes the song of “Duality” by DJ Krush because it’s meditative, aligns her mood and creates a good emotional background.
Hideaki Ishi better known by his stage name DJ Krush, is a record producer and DJ. He is known for his atmospheric instrumental production which incorporates sound elements from nature and extensive use of jazz and soul samples- Wikipedia


Liisa likes a lot of songs such as “Robbers” by The 1975, “Beautiful Crime” by Tamer, “Oblivion” by Bastille and “Two Ghosts” by Harry Styles.
The 1975 is an English rock band originating from Manchester. The group consists of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew “Matty” Healy, lead guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and drummer George Daniel- Wikipedia

Tamer is a given name and surname of Turkish origin. It means Competent Soldier in Turkish. In Arabic the name is more closely related to Tamr- Wikipedia

Bastille are a British indie pop band formed in 2010. The group began as a solo project by lead vocalist Dan Smith but later expanded to include keyboardist Kyle Simmons, bassist and guitarist Will Farquarson and drummer Chris Wood. The name of the band derives from Bastille Day which is celebrated on 14 July the date of Smith’s birthday- Wikipedia

Harry Edward Styles is an English singer and songwriter. He is known as a member of the pop boy band One Direction- Wikipedia


Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Wordless Wednesday: Traditional Kuih-muih in Malaysia

'Wordless Wednesday: Postcard' is recording all the postcards that I had bought from time to time for exchange purpose.

Based on Wikipedia, Kuih are bite-sized snack or dessert foods. It called cakes, cookies, dumplings, pudding, biscuits or pastries in English and are usually made from rice or glutinous rice. This series of postcard featured kuih in Malaysia.











Saturday, 24 June 2017

Genting Highlands 2017: First World Hotel

Check into the World’s largest hotel and check out the wonderful attractions right at its doorstep, including SkyAvenue, the resort’s latest lifestyle mall with a variety of retail and food and beverage outlets- Rwgenting



The check in time is 3:00pm onwards while check out time is 11:00am. During check in is using check in Expres Check-in Kiosk which needs to use identity card or passport. Then take the room card at kiosk with a small paper with informing all the details such as room number, tower and many more. You also can check in at front office but need to pay RM15. When check out just go to Self-Checkout Kiosk and put the card inside the kiosk and done.




We stayed in Super Deluxe room which has 2 double beds (you also can choose 1 queen size bed during check in). A night cost RM 215.00. Our room at Tower 2, 22nd floor with room number 22950. You can make online booking at website of Resort World Genting.







In room did not have WiFi so if you want to get free WiFi only available at lobby. The room is big with some furniture such as table, sofa and so on.


In each level has a water refill machine for you to refill water.


Hotel did offer free shuttle bus to Chin Swee Caves Temple. As due to the bad weather, I did not have chance to go.



Genting Highlands has 2 casinos. Sky Casino is very near with First World Hotel and it is very big (2 floors). Inside casino can get free drinks. Remember that wearing slippers is no allows to go in. Casino De Genting is a small casino and I did not go in to visit. Only adults who 21 years old and above can go in casino.


At hotel lobby has Lobby Café. We did eat breakfast at there because no many places can look for breakfast. The choice of breakfast is limited such as chicken noodle soup RM 20.50, breakfast fried rice RM 16.00, fried noodle RM 16.00, nasi lemak and wanton noodle (dry/soup).  During booking the hotel, we did get the 20% discount voucher for dine in this café therefore we used the voucher for our breakfast. Beside Lobby Café, you can look for café name “Nyonya Color” which offer quite reasonable price of breakfast.


Friday, 23 June 2017

Melaka Trip 2017: Low Yong Moh

[Itinerary]  

In Jonker Street is quite difficult to look for breakfast in the morning. The hotel staff told us that only 2 shops are early open for breakfast. She took us to a shop named Loh Yong Moh.


We ordered Lotus Leaf Rice RM 4.00, Big Pau/Big Bun RM 3.50, Small Pau RM 1.80, Dim sum (range from RM 2.60-RM 3.20).





In this shop mostly are dim sum, did not have noodle so my parents did not use to it.



I felt most surprised when saw the big bun because the size is middle compare to the one I eat in Labuan or Kota Kinabalu so eat one big bun is not full at all.



Low Yong Moh
32, Jalan Tukang Emas,
75200 Melaka.
Tel: 06-2821235  
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