Colbar-As retro as it can get


I was looking online for the history of this bar, and I realized that it was much older than I am. It was opened in the earlier 50’s for the British army. Coming to his place, remind me of the old kampong days of Singapore where the doors and roof are made of timber and tiles respectively. You can see many old photos (mainly soccer teams) from the 70s to 80s hanging on the wall.

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Kuala Lumpur Food Trip Part 2-Siong Huat Bak Kut Teh


This is second and final part of my KL food trip. You can read the first part here. I did not really plan go where to eat in KL as this is an impromptu thing. Furthermore, I was staying in Port Dickson rather than KL and plenty of time is wasted in travelling. Anyway, let’s continue our journey to Port Klang (about 1hour drive from KL), original home of Bak Kut Teh.

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Kuala Lumpur Food Trip Part 1-Wong Ah Wah


Recently, I spent my weekend at Port Dickson. Sadly to say, there isn’t much to look around and eat in this small town. I decided to drive up to Kuala Lumpur to explore. Fortunately, the decision made was wise. Kuala Lumpur always remains as one of the favorite tourist places for Singaporean since we can either drive up north or taking a plane. Kuala Lumpur is even more accessible for us ever since the budget airlines are here. If you are here in KL again next time, I strongly recommended to this place especially if you like BBQ chicken wing.

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