You might ask, where the heck is Puchong?
That was my question when I first saw the info for APAC Wrestling‘s Rise event
which happened on 10 and 11 December of 2022.
Where the heck was it? It was somewhere in Malaysia. It’s one of those not really here nor there places. Out of ‘town’ but close enough to it. I decided to take a plane trip there and this was my first plane trip after the whole Covid-19 circuit breaker/lockdowns etc.
Continue reading Sarah travelled to Puchong!
Comic Fiesta 2018 was held at Suria KLCC (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) from 22 to 23 December. That meant we headed our way to the convention on Friday morning using Aeroline! It takes around 5 or 6 hours from Singapore but it’s so convenient since it drops us at Corus hotel which is just a short walk to our own chosen hotel above Suria KLCC.
Knowing people who keep saying they want to go to comic fiesta and then getting all surprised that wow, it’s big or crowded, well.
If you’re reading this then… THIS IS THE COMIC FIESTA SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR YOU.
Continue reading Comic Fiesta 2018 and tips for 2019
Our trip for Comic Fiesta 2017 has too many pictures and exciting things that I decided to just separate it into different posts. This is for travelling from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur via bus aka coach.
Our choice company has always been Aeroline since it stops at Corus Hotel which is just a walk away from KLCC and thus in total around fifteen to twenty minutes walk to Trader’s Hotel.
Anyway, Aeroline always provides one meal on board including a hot drink, a bottle of water and the seats are way comfortable and the service is great.
It also has an on board entertainment with some movies, music and games (it’s funner if you ask your friends to join in on the system instead of versus-ing the computer).
That’s a freaking giant cream crackers ad. I was amused.
If you haven’t used Aeroline before, the pick up is at Harbourfront centre at the carpark for coaches.
From there we drive off to Tuas checkpoint, get our passports scanned (first on the Singapore side) and then stamped at the Malaysian side.
At the Malaysian side, you have to take out all your luggage and put it in the x-ray scanner then after all that, reload it back into the bus and you’re on your way to Kuala Lumpur!
Continue reading Singapore to Kuala Lumpur Bus trip!
(Click to enlarge the pics as always)
Is Din by Din Tai Fung, Halal? Yes it is. Where is it? The one I went to is at level 4, lot 417 at Suria KLCC in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
I think that’s basically what you guys wanted to know. There’s alcohol in the beverages part of the menu but like many restaurants there, the food is halal while the drinks are separate.
Continue reading Din by Din Tai Fung (Halal) at KLCC
Away from comp.
I’m on a train from Bangkok to Singapore.
So I’ll just leave you with this first.
The school holidays in September was when we escaped Singapore to go to Japan.
Never would have we known we would be spoiled by the experience and wish to revisit it again.
We wanted to go back.
This is Nihongostan.