Showing posts with label Lifestyle News. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lifestyle News. Show all posts

Wednesday, 24 May 2017

TRAVEL REVIEW ON MELANG INN HOTEL, KUALA PILAH, NEGERI SEMBILAN, MALAYSIA

Hi,

I stayed in Melang Inn, Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia and I think that maybe I should write about it since I have realised that I have a lot of pictures for it.  Most of the time we have to stay somewhere especially travelling and this hotel does seems to be popular with visitors.


Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
the bed
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
open cupboard


Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
the bathroom
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Built in Hair dryer

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
shower
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
the slightly rough place to stand to avoid slipping

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
the lounge area

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
breakfast area


Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
breakfast counter
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Curry noodles
Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
waffle with chocolate sauce

Melang Inn Hotel,Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Breakfast

The price for Melang Inn Hotel is quite affordable since for three person, it only cost RM150 with breakfast for two.  You will need to pay deposit of Rm100 which will be returned upon checking out so no worries about it.  They are also free wifi available for usage.

Melang Inn Hotel does have a small area for people that like to take photos with fish pond and fishes.  The room is clean with open cupboard which most people prefers now.  The room is clean and comfortable with showering products provided in the shower room and towels.  There is also a built in hair dryer.

The bathroom comes with hair dryers and shower that is safe since it comes from the main source.  It is just that the water is not warm enough. I think it is probably some people have kids scalded themselves since they turn to the left while showering.

There are ceramic cups, coffee, kettle and mineral water to have some coffee.  As for breakfast, the front desk will let you choose one out of the two menus. the menus depends on the day.  I chose a curry noodles and waffle.  Honestly, I prefer the waffle with chocolate sauce.  It is just that the waffle doesn't come with the choice of sauce.  The curry noodles is not warm enough and the portion is quite small.  Well, can't expect much when one only pay RM150.  Normally place with that price do not provide breakfast at all so no complain here.

Overall, I will come again to Melang Inn Hotel if I need to stay here again because of the great service and nice clean place.



Melang Inn Hotel
Taman Pilah Jaya, 72000 Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia


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Monday, 15 May 2017

SHOP ONLINE EASILY USING LAZADA MALAYSIA APPS AND PAY BY MOLPAY CASH

Hi,

I am sure that most of you love to shop from Lazada Malaysia. The various choices, the convenient and the safe secure website makes Lazada Malaysia a popular choice. It is also cheaper to shop for some things that are not available yet in Malaysia such as Korean skincare brands from Korea.


Now, with Lazada Malaysia apps and MOLPay CASH  which the leading payment in Southeast Asia, you can pay cash.  It is so easy to shop from your phone and pay with cash now.  You can do over the counter payment from any Seven Eleven store in Malaysia which is so easy.

Here is the tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH  .  MOLPay CASH  has mobile payment optimization allowing customer that shop using Lazada Malaysia  apps to pay with cash.



tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH


1. Download the Lazada Malaysia app now on " App Store / Google Play store".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

2. Shop, choose the products that you wanted to buy.  Click on "check out".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

3. "Log in" or choose "continue as guest". The click on "continue".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

4. Fill in your details and "proceed to pay".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

5. Select "7 Eleven" as the payment option to do MOLPay CASH.

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH



6. Click on review "order"in Lazada Malaysia.

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

7. If you have voucher code, key in at "Do you have voucher" and press apply.  Check your details and then press "place order".

tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH

8. You will be directed to your payment details in Lazada Malaysia.

9.  Screenshot / print this transaction id and verification code and head to nearest 7-Eleven to proceed with payment within 48hours.


tutorial on how to shop on Lazada Malaysia apps using MOLPay CASH


Tadaa, isn't it easy to shop cash using MOLPay CASH  at Lazada Malaysia apps from the comfort of your phone?  You will get confirmation of shipping and the details of your orders in your email which is really easy and hassle free.



For more information, please visit Lazada Malaysia official website and MOLPay .  The opinions expressed here are my own and honest as always.

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Thursday, 4 May 2017

CHINESE STREET FOOD TO TRY IN XIN QIAN SHUI WAN, TELUK INTAN, PERAK, MALAYSIA

Hi foodies,

Here is another place that I went for food hunt in Teluk Intan.  Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan is a shop with many Chinese street food that only opens at night.  The price for the food is quite affordable but since it was in 2016 I just cannot remember the exact price for the food. Please excuse me since I can't remember much having too much to do and I am just not really an organised person.

There are many choices and everything is good in Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan, Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia =).  So, here is the Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia.  You can also something like this in Penang and other place since it is Chinese food XD.  I am recommending some of the food that I like.

Popiah Basah, Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Popiah Basah

Popiah basah is literary translated to wet salad.  People here just called it popiah.  This is not the fruit salad but it contains bean sprout, crunchy crackers, red sauce, tofu and vegetables.  It might look small on the picture but eating one is going to make you full. I really like because the sauce is very well blended with all the vegetables and it taste good although it is just vegetable

Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Laksa

Laksa here is one of the best in Teluk Intan.  It has the sweet sour taste with a lot of ingredients in it.  There is fish in it which is hard to find now.  If you like spicy, then laksa should be something to try.

Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Laksa

Prawn cracker and yam cakes,Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Prawn cracker and yam cakes

Prawn cracker and yam cakes. The yellow one is the prawn cracker which is also one of my favourite Chinese street food.  This is particular delicious.  The yam cake is soft and nice. Chinese Yam cake is unlike western cakes which is sweet. Chinese cakes are not sweet. They are mostly either bland, a bit salty or very tone down.

Prawn cracker and yam cakes, Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Prawn cracker and yam cakes

char keow teow,Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
char keow teow
Char keow teow which is stir-fried ricecake strips which is really good.  It is the only one that I will eat with beansprouts in it because I dislike bean sprouts cooked in other ways.  The portion is small but it is really good and comes on banana leaves.  Make sure to try it when you are in Malaysia.

Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia

Ham chien or cockles omelette.  It is a pretty common Chinese street food which I usually do not eat since I do not like cockles.  I usually eat the oyster omelette or the lala omelette.  They are pretty good and smell good.

luo han guo,Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Luo han guo
Luo han guo (罗汉果) or the scientific name is Siraitia grosvenorii which is a drink for cooling the body. It is use as medicinal to treat sore throat and cough.  It is naturally sweet which is why I like it.

Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan, Chinese street food to try in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia
Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan


So, here is the shop that will open only at night. I am sorry that I couldn't take the best photo since everyone is starting at me taking photos.




It is opposite the Eu Yan Sang, Antek Avenue and on the same row as Syarikat Soon Hin Elektrik No. 1680A, Jalan Sultan Abdullah, Perak, 36000 Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia

Restoran Xin Qian Shui Wan
Jalan Sultan Abdullah,
Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia

Product retails for
The price of food are between RM5-RM10.
Drinks are between RM1.50- RM3

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Friday, 17 March 2017

GUIDE ON SHOPPING FOR ASIAN BEAUTY PRODUCTS IN MALAYSIA

Hi Asian beauty products,

Here is a shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia.

If you are coming to Malaysia or having overlay in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia you might be interested to shop for Asian cosmetics or skincare products in Malaysia because like many people said, it is a shopping paradise because everything is cheap here.

shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia


It isn't the same thing for us who doesn't earn much but well...

I actually put up this guide as a request so I hope that you will find this helpful.  Since I cannot afford to travel to Kuala Lumpur often because of reasons(money problem&the distance of 8 hours away),  I hope for your understanding.

If you are in Kuala Lumpur, you can actually find most of the popular drugstore places for Asian brands.  Most of shopping places are in popular shopping malls such as the Midvalley Megamall, One Utama, Paradigm, Pavilion, Suria KLCC, Sunway Pyramid.  Another shopping place are Queensbay in Penang and Suria Sabah Mall which is in Sabah.

There are information counters in all those shopping malls where one can ask for the direction for the shop. Those shopping malls opened from 10am to 10pm so shop all you want. It is just most malls are really very crowded during weekends XD so becareful with your things.



In Every shopping Malls

Daiso-Best Japanese place to shop for RM5.90(price increased).  I have been to the one in Pavillion, Midvalley(2 floor) and Sungai Wang are really big.  Konjac sponge, silicon mask, decant spray bottles, snacks are some of the stuff worth buying.


Watsons- This is Asian drugstore where you can find many varieties of Taiwanese brands, Korean and Japanese brands.  Each Watsons has different kind of brands depending on the size of that outlets.  Some of the brands are in the lowest shelves so look everywhere for them XD. They have house brand as well.  Do check the link for the list of full brands available in Watsons since there are too many of them for me to list them all down here.

However, there are some brands that are only available online such as Cosrx(only saw two of the products in there) because of the limited amount of products. There are also some brands(Canmake, Peripera, Marjolica Marjoca) that are not available online but they available in Watsons outlets.

Hada Labo, Naruko, My Beauty Diary, My scheming, Himalaya neem products, Mediheal Line friend, Dr.Check Hydrocolloid, Miacare hydrocolloid acne patches, Ellips for hair, Mandom Bifesta cleansing water, Coni beauty jelly mask, Leaders sheet mask, Sexy look sheet mask, Lovemore sheet masks, Kinohitmisu health products, Liese hair products, Moist Diane Japanese hair product, Mediheal sheet masks, Freshel are some of the products that you can check it out. As for makeup,  Koji Dolly Wink, Kiss Me, Canmake, Ma Cherie, Senka, Tsubaki, Peripera lip ink and Clio are some of the brands.


Guardian-This is another popular drugstore that has a lot of brands that are exclusive to them.  So, always do go into Guardian to check and compare the prices with Watsons for that extra saving XD.
They also have their own house brands.

List of all their exclusive brands HERE
Cathy Dolls(Thailand brand), Berrisom, Aiken tea tree oil(dupe of Body Shop), Garden of Eden (facial oils), Dr.Morita, Lakme, K Palette, Dejavu, Canmake, Biore, Sunplay, Hello Kitty, Forencos 7 day masks, Japan Gals, Hada Labo. Linsay Modelling Mask, Miacare Acne Patch, My Beauty Diary, Pure Smile, Senka, Sister Diary, Soo Ae, Thursday Plantation tea tree oil (Non AB), ZA eyebrow pencil. Kailijumei jelly lipstick, Choonee, Mentholatum(lip balm), Paladio and etc.

Himalaya Herbal Healthcare- this is a quiet shop which feels really healthy and so mostly people are afraid to walk in.  However, I said to walk in and find that Neem capsules and some of the Aryuvedic herbs which are available in their outlets and not in Watsons outlets or Guardian outlets.  However, one might have to ask a few outlets as it is always sold out.  I like their Neem mask pack and their Neem cleanser.

Sasa Malaysia- one of the biggest Sasa is in Midvalley so here you can find a lot of products as well.  Mediheal, Dr.Young, Dr. Wu, Haruhada, Shills, Kikumasamune, Oozoo, Pupa, Koji, JayJun, Canmake, Kiss Me, Koji Dolly Wink, Kose, Dejavu, B'Liv, Darkness, Son&Park etc



1.Midvalley Megamall 
Address: Mid Valley Megamall, 75, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 58000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opened: November 20, 1999
Hours: Open today · 10AM–10PM
Phone: +60 3-2938 3333
Number of stores and services: 430
This is the shopping mall that I always go to. Taxi, bus or train KTM (LRT Station KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur and Mid Valley Megamall, Kuala Lumpur)

It is very crowded on weekends.  It is not in the middle of the Kuala Lumpur but it is the mall I will say worth to check it out for a lot of the brands.

shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia
Midvalley

Aeon Wellness in Midvalley-this is in the ground the same level as where people get their groceries from the Aeon.  There are a lot of brands that is not found in Watsons or Guardian.  There are some Taiwanese brands, French brands and Japanese brands. Senka, Silcot Uru uru, Hada Labo, Herbal Yuan Soap and Kikumasamune are available here.

Inside AEON Mid Valley.  On the other end of the Aeon Wellness in the women's clothing stores(ground floor) , there are some brands tuck away such as UGB(ginseng waterdrop cream).  There are also some high end department Asian brands such as Kose, Shiseido,  Kanebo and Laneige.


Selectiv' by Sa Sa (first floor) - This is under Sasa but they are specially selling Japanese&Korean brands so you find a lot of brands here such Papa Recipe, Canmake, Neogen, SNP, Dr.G, Chosungah22, BRTC, the Face Inc, 3CE, Soo Beaute, etc

Thefaceshop (1st floor) , Skinfood, Guardian(1st floor), Guardian(Lower floor LG/P1/P2),
Watsons(1st floor), SaSa(G floor), Sephora(G floor), shu uemura((G floor), Shins.my (Lower floor LG/P1/P2)-the have mix of Taiwanese brands, Himalaya Herbal Healthcare (Lower floor LG/P1/P2)

Banila Co- available at The Gardens Mall(it is actually next to Midvalley) | Sunway Pyramid | Pavilion

Belif believe in truth (G-001A)- Korean outlet for Belif skincare. It is more expensive than in Korea from what I heard.

Elianto(1st Floor) -this is a local Malaysian brand that has some good makeup. I don't really use skincare from here but one can check out their eyeshadow =)

HAIRDEPOT (LG/PI/P2 floor - SP1-02)-this is a shop for everything hair-Redken, Wella, L'Oreal, Schwarzkopf, Paul Mitchell, Nioxin, Joico, JS, Midori, Kerasys, Sebastian, Bain de Terre, Senciense, Seah SPA, Shiseiso Fuente, ISO, CO.E Olive and more!



This is nothing related to beauty but the places worth to check out when you are in Midvalley-
KitKat Chocolatory, Koong Woh Tong (reviewed), TNS skinlab (Trilogy rose hip oil)


2. Suria KLCC
Address: 241, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, 50088 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opened: May 1998
Total retail floor area: 35 acres
Hours:
Open today · 10AM–10PM
Phone: +60 3-2382 2828

Suria KlCC is easily accessible via LRT (Putra line) from KL Sentral (type in KL Sentral and KLCC) .   There are KTM, Putra LRT and Monorail (inside KL Sentral Mall).  The LRT station will stop underground and need to walk 10minutes to go up to the concourse area of KLCC. Then, need to walk to another end of KLCC for the information counter if you want to go to Pavilion.

shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia
Suria Klcc

There is a walkway between Suria Klcc and Pavillion so do use it =)
There isn't much place to shop about in Suria KLCC, There is Isetan with higher ends brands such as Shiseido, Kose, Kanebo, Charmzone
Sephora, belif and innifree are located at the Concourse Level 


Sasa is located at the Level 3

ISETAN -SKII, Shiseido


Parkson - History of Whoo, Sulwhasoo, Kose, Laneige, ZA

Kinokuniya- This is a Japanese bookstore if you are interested to get some Japanese Manga or some Japanese magazine that comes with freebies XD. This is my place to go for books.



3.Pavilion
Address: 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opened: September 20, 2007
Total retail floor area: 32 acres
Hours: Open today · 11AM–9PM
Phone: +60 3-2118 8833
One can actually reach Pavilion by using the walkway between Suria KlCC and Pavillion. Inside KLCC concourse, walk from Maybank (the information counter) until one passed the Aquaria KLCC and go up the stairs (a little a bit outside you can see a board and a walkway.

If you are from KL central, then walk into the Sentral Mall to take the Monorail and take the one Bukit Bintang. Then you need to walk about 10minutes to Pavillion.  There are machine there to put in money to buy the token (blue round). Here is the website

walkway between Suria Klcc and Pavilion
walkway between Suria Klcc and Pavilion


shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia
Pavilion




Here they offer the free Wifi at centre court&at the Main entrance. If you have the tourist card, You can shop tax free. Redeem your Tourist Reward Card at Fashion Avenue Concierge at Level 2 or Concierge Desk at Level 3.

There are many Asian Stores inside Pavilion.


Daiso(6.24.05 & 6.24.06B, Level 6)
SA SA (1.22.00, Level 1)
Nature Republic (1.32.00, Level 1)-There aren't many Nature Republic and this is one of it.
Guardian (1.26.00, Level 1)
Watson's Your Personal Store (1.35.00, Level 1)
Three cosmetics- Japanese brand.Prices are something like Nars T_T which is not really affordable for me.
Banilla Co. (P5.05.00, Level 5) -Korean brand popular for their Zero Clean it
THEFACESHOP (4.52.01, Level 4)- There are some of the popular products and sheet masks.
Aimi( P6.43.00, Level 6)- Here is where they sells Mizon.
Laneige (4.106.02, Level 4)
Innisfree( Lot No 4.02.02, Level 4)
Shu Uemura (P3.10.00, Level 3)
Tonymoly(P5.12.00, Level 5)
Etude House(P4.13.00, Level 4)

Parkson Pavilion (Level 3,4,5&6)- Inside Parkson Pavilion, there are other department cosmetics such as Sulwhasoo, Kose, Anna Sui, Cle De Peau,Freshel, RMK, Kose, Laneige, ZA



4. Sunway Pyramid
Address: Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, 3, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Opened: 1997
Hours: 10AM–10PM
Phone: +60 3-7494 3100
Number of stores and services: 718

This is another huge shopping malls that is hard to reach. One can only reach it by bus (troublesome) or by taxi.  So, I don't go because Malaysian buses (doesn't follow the time). I have only taken the bus from KTM Subang Jaya (need to walk outside and wait (it is not good if it is raining since there is no shelter ).
shopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia
Sunway Pyramid (photo from the Sunway Pyramid website)
Sorry, I do have any photos from Sunway so this photos is from the website.

Spend & redeem an exclusive Royal Selangor pewter fridge magnet with a minimum spend of RM400 (max 3 receipts)* AND Flash your passport at our concierge on Ground floor to receive an envelope of shopping vouchers!

Direction to all the shop HERE
Banilla Co. LG 1.21
Belif G1.82 
Club Clio LG 1.128A
Etude House F1.47
Holika Holika LG1.82
Innisfree G1.70
Laneige G 1.126
Missha LG 1.39
Sasa LG 1.20
Sasa Selective LG 2.143
Shins LG2.138
Shu Uemura G1.131
Skin Food LG 1.40
Sulwhasoo G1.130
The Face Shop G 1.73
Tony Moly LG 1.96
Himalaya LG2.130
Guardian LG2.06
Watsons LG2.67

Muse by Watsons (LG 2)  -It is located in Sunway Pyramid.  It is actually under Watsons so you will find brand like Cremorlab(Korean brand) and Indeed Laboratory from US.

Parkson-Kate, Kose, Laneige, ZA




5. One Utama Shopping Centre
Address: 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama City Centre, Bandar Utama, 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Phone:+60 3-7710 8118
Hours:
Open: 10AM–10PM

This is another favourite of the local but public transportation is hard. Can only reach by taking bus or taxi at Kelana Jaya Putra LRT station.   Getting Here by the Mall

 I always get lost inside it as I am not familiar with the structure of the building.  There is a secret Garden on top of One Utama Shopping Centre.

One Utama Shopping Centre bshopping guide for Asian Beauty products in Malaysia
One Utama Shopping Centre


Here is the Directory

Etude House LG313 / Lower Ground Floor
Guardian G143A / Ground Floor
Himalaya LG216A / Lower Ground Floor
L’HERBOFLORE FK103 / First Floor- The only place that has the main outlet of the L'herboflore mask.
Nature Republic S201 / Second Floor
Sa Sa G115 / Ground Floor
Selective by Sa Sa F333A / First Floor
Sephora G139C / Ground Floor
Shins S207 / Second Floor
Shu Uemura G328 / Ground Floor
Skin Food LG346 / Lower Ground Floor
The Face Shop F137A / First Floor
The Olive Tree FK5 / First Floor- local Essential oil products
U TWO F123 / First Floor-hair products
Watson's F223 / First Floor


These three are under Store&Supermarket
AEON (F - ladies & men wears/cosmetic) F125 / First Floor-look for the Aeon Wellness for some brands like Kikumasamune
ISETAN(G - cosmetic / bags) G102 / Ground Floor-also some high end brands in there
Parkson (G - beauty & women's fashion) G320 / Ground Floor- Freshel, Kose, Laneige, Sulwhasoo, ZA



* You could click on the main words to go into the website of the malls. Then, click on the beauty and wellness to look into the shops that you would like to check out.


The Saem Malaysia outlets are in only in Kuching and Miri Sarawak. You can find it in famous online shopping Hermo.MY
Always21-an affordable Korean brand for students. Here is for list of outlets if interested. Also not transport friendly.




I think this is all for the guide.  Enjoy your shopping in Malaysia and let me know if there are any questions.  There are some other shopping malls within walking distance near Pavillion such as Lot10, Sungai Wang and Times Square which you can check them out as well. The structure in Sungai Wang is confusing and there isn't much to shop in there so not mentioning it here. Many of the shops in Times Square are available in Pavillion so I guess it is pointless to make you walk 20 minutes over to that malls XD.


I am not paid for this guide and not affiliated with them.  As of today, there are some companies that did not reply to my request for list of brands in their shop so I couldn't accurately list out everything.

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Saturday, 4 March 2017

REVIEW ON CUBECRATE FEBRUARY 2017-VALENTINE BOX

Hi,

This month box is a Valentine box =). While I don't celebrate Valentine because I am single XD it just feel nice to accept a box filled with pampering products from Cubecrate.

I am sure you are as excited as I love receiving surprises =)  . Let's have a look at Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box =)

Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box
Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box

Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box
Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box

Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box
Cubecrate February 2017, Valentine box


Rose Geranium Whipped Body Butter from Bathday_handmade Instagram and BathDay Handmade Facebook  
Bathday is an online store selling handmade bath and body care products based in Malaysia.  All their products are made with natural and skin loving ingredients.  Free from SLS, Paraben, Fragrance and agains animal testing.


Cornflake Cranberry Cookie from Alysthebakerland and Alys The Bakerland Facebook
Cornflake Cranberry Cookie which is their best seller is so good that I ate it all up in one sitting. It is crispy and made with healthy ingredients, free from preservative, flavourings and refined sugars.

Aroma Beads in Rosy Lemonade by Candlenutsbynadia .  This is a nice gesture as aroma beads last a long time and they smell just so good as their lovely candles.
Their candles are environmentally friendly and very affordable.  Their Aroma Beads smell so nice and handy. Candlenutsbynadia is the first hand poured candle in Malaysia that use palm wax.  The paraffin is not good for health and environment. We can also blend our own scent and create our own signature.  The candle 120g of 40-45 hrs burn for RM25.90.

Mediheal | Line friends N.M.F Aquaring Ampoule Mask.  The Line friend are just so cute. This mask is for moisturising and help to manage the sebum.




Overall, I love everything and every products in Cubecrate Valentine Box month box.  I think their box is sure amazing for such a low price.  It is a nice affordable surprised box and you get to know a lot of other amazing hidden local brands through Cubecrate.



Cubecrate has launched a wine subscription box  as well as boxes that you can customize the content.

Product retails for
A box is Rm35 plus shipping
RM 90 for 3 months
RM 197 for 6 months


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