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Read more...Prompted by the dinosaur paw's stickers on the floor, a 5 yo was leading us for a search adventure into the Jurassic age. From where we were, after tucking in at The Loaf, the urge to meet and greet extinct animals moved us in speedier steps than a typical stroll. After several rounds of...

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Read more...If you have yet visited Love Lock Bridge at Penang Hill, it is likely that you have not seen the latest attraction on the summit.

When we last visited Penang Hill, I recalled Austin was still toddling. Moving freely on the flat lawn of David Brown Restaurant, we had a pretty cozy lunch in the...

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Read more...The history of Logos Hope vessel began in 1970, as she was initiated as a missionary project to spread love and literacy. Every year, Logos Hope welcomes over a million people in board to take a peek of the ship herself, in particular going around the world to meet people and share God's love for...

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Read more...Langkawi Holiday with Kids

With perpetual summer in Malaysia, this year we picked Langkawi (again) for a brief getaway. Not a trio, but a flock of many - the whole big family from the youngest to the oldest, none is missed out.



With a beach holiday in mind, we went back to reserve our stay...

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Read more...If you're thinking to travel with kids to Langkawi from Penang, it is just as simple as ABC. I would highly recommend you to fly. Forget about boat ride unless you are ready to manage their motion sickness. Inexpensive, if you get the right timing and season. It cost us merely RM100 odds per...

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Read more...You don’t have to travel out of country to greet spring. In spite of perpetual summer in Malaysia, be it spring, summer, fall or winter, they can be experienced at Shah Alam National Botanical Garden. If you’re planning for a wilderness adventure, Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam can be a great...

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Read more...If you're looking for a decent spot to take young kids for hiking in Klang Valley, Bukit Gasing Forest Park can be a great option. For KL central and PJ folks, this little gem is certainly nearer than FRIM (Forest Reserve Institute Malaysia) that is located in Kepong. Speaking of size, Bukit...

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Read more...Have you ever imagined building sand castles at waterfront, watching horizon afar alternating with the view of airplane descending while ears are plugged to the sound of waves hitting the shoreline and backed by a row of loyal Casuarina trees? Isn't this picture painted sound like a...

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Read more...In the past few months, we didn't seem to have the chance to visit Penang Youth Park. Last Sunday afternoon, we hit the road straight to Youth Park after lunch. Actually, Austin fell asleep in the car, hence we decided to allow him napping as we cruised, in between made a couple stops to pick up...

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