Tokyo Disneyland: The Happiest Place on Earth

Tokyo Disneyland

OHAIYOU! It has been two weeks since we got back from our Japan trip and we are still suffering the post-holiday blues! Before we share more about our Japan itinerary as highly requested already by a number of readers, we will first be doing a series of short posts on certain places of interests. Of course, we will kick things off by sharing our trip to Tokyo Disneyland, the Happiest Place on Earth! This was my third visit, misterchewy’s second and Little misschewy’s first!


Little misschewy’s birthday was on a Friday but after much deliberation, we decided to go to Disneyland a day earlier to avoid the weekend crowd. A few weeks before, we bought our tickets via Tokyo Disneyland’s website, which in our opinion, is a highly recommended move if you want to get into the theme park as swiftly as possible! WHEEE! WE ARE READY! 😀


We went straight for the Castle Carrousel ride at Fantasyland!



Spinning teacups and saucers at Alice’s Tea Party!




Fly on a pirate ship to Never Land at Peter Pan’s Flight!


This is nice but be prepared to queue at least an hour!


Dumbo the Flying Elephant!


Somehow, I was quite amused by the sight of all these parked strollers. Haha.


Little misshewy actually ran towards the Castle Carrousel and gave us a cheeky smile, indicating that she wanted to go on the ride again.



We managed to catch the colorful Daytime Parade, “Happiness is Here”!


This colorful parade filled with fun will make your heart thrill with happiness. Goofy leads the parade followed by a float designed with a huge Mickey Mouse toy. And there’s a float that expresses the vibrant, lovely world of the Disney princesses and fairies, and lots more. The parade presents all kinds of happiness for you to experience.














After all the excitement, we took a short break by stopping at one of the restaurants at Disneyland for lunch. As expected, the food was overpriced and tasted mediocre. But we really needed to rest our legs plus the little one was sleeping in the Tula.


Pooh’s Hunny Hunt at Toon Town!


HAHAHA Little misschewy was frightened by the weird lightings and loud noises from the honey shooting game.




I think Little misschewy adores Donald Duck as much as I do! She was shouting “Nonald Nuck! Nonald Nuck!” but it was a pity they stopped allowing people to queue for photos with Donald :(




We saw many kids and teenage schoolgirls with popcorn buckets slung around their necks and couldn’t resist getting one for Little misschewy as well. Actually, there are plenty of other designs but we were too lazy to scout for them. This is one of the popular designs featuring characters from Frozen.


We got the normal Caramel flavoured popcorn but if you are popcorn connoisseur like one of our neighbours, you can also try the other flavours such as Salt, Curry, Chocolate, Honey, Strawberry and Soy Sauce & Butter! You can’t get all flavours at one location, so check the map!


This girl really very happy leh!


We managed to get one miserable Fast Pass at Tomorrowland and we used it for Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!




It was quite a run ride and our first time on it!


After Little misschewy’s diaper change and milk feed at the Baby Center, we headed to one of the shops and these caught my attention!


If you refer to the photo of our lunch earlier, you will notice that this is a mini replica of our pork katsu bun!





I bought the miniature Donald Duck popcorn bucket but now I kinda regret not getting the pork katsu bun and Mickey pancake!


I think it was about 7pm when we sat and joined the crowd for the Nighttime Parade, “Tokyo Disneyland Electrical Parade Dreamlights”.


The Disney stars are literally sparkling in this nighttime parade of lights and music. With Mickey and his pals, including characters from Aladdin, Toy Story and other Disney films, appearing on colorful floats, nighttime in the Park is even more fantasy-filled.











After the intriguing Electrical Parade, we rushed off to It’s A Small World at Fantasyland. As children of the world sing, enjoy the “happiest cruise that ever sailed”. This is one of my favourite rides in Tokyo Disneyland and I love to experience this all over again each time I visit the park.



Fireworks were cancelled so we decided to leave as it had been a long and fruitful day for us!




Last minute souvenir shopping!


Here’s a brief outline of our itinerary which we promise to share in greater detail!

(Tokyo – Osaka – Kyoto – Kanazawa – Shirakawago)

Day 1: Singapore to Narita Airport > JR Narita Express to Tokyo > Check into Airbnb at Kita-Ikebukuro > Asakusa Temple & Shopping Street > Shopping and dinner at Sunshine City

Day 2: Tokyo Disneyland

Day 3: Tsukiji Fish Market > Ueno Park > Shopping at Ameya-Yokocho Market > Tea at Fujiya Peko-chan Milky Restaurant > Pokemon Centre at Sunshine City > Dinner at Ichiran

Day 4: Tokyo Disneysea

Day 5: Fujiko•F•Fujio Museum (Doraemon Museum) > Shopping and dinner at Harajuku

Day 6: Shinkasen from Tokyo to Shin-Osaka > Check into Airbnb at Shin-Osaka > Osaka Castle > Dinner at Dotonburi (Namba station, Midosuji line)

Day 7: Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka to Kyoto > Kiyomizu-dera Temple > Kimono rental and outdoor photoshoot > Dinner at Kichi-Kichi Omurice > Shinkansen to Shin-Osaka

Day 8: Thunderbird Limited Express from Shin-Osaka to Kanazawa > Check into Hotel Nikko Kanazawa > Kenroku-en Garden > Kanazawa Castle > Lunch at Sushi Zanmai > Omicho Market > Higashi Chaya District > Tonkatsu dinner at Tomikinton (富金豚)

Day 9: Nouhi bus from Kanazawa to Shirakawa-go > Sightseeing around Shirakawa-go > Nouhi bus from Shirakawa-go to Kanazawa > Thunderbird Limited Express from Kanazawa to Shin-Osaka > Dinner at Dotonburi (Namba station, Midosuji line)

Day 10: Kansai Airport Limited Express “Haruka” from Shin-Osaka to Kansai Airport > HOME SWEET HOME

We will be covering more on our Japan trip, so do stay connected with us on Facebook and on Instagram @missuschewy for more updates! :)

The Chewys’ Bintan Getaway Day Two


TGIF everybardy! We are here to continue from where we left off for our previous blog post. This will sum up the rest of our Bintan getaway!


On the second day, we woke up bright and early so that we could fill our stomachs before embarking on our activities for the day!



The food was okay I guess. We tried a little bit of everything while making sure not to overeat. Haha.


WHOOHOO! Time for a dip in the pool!


The pool looked really inviting and you can even sit back and relax with some drinks.



We didn’t exactly swim but just waded around and cooled off in the water.


Walked over to the beach for our jet skiing session.


The hubs and I went separately so that we could take photos for each other. LOL.



30 minutes of jet skiing felt like eternity! I honestly don’t know which is scarier – ATV or jet ski. When I was jet skiing, I kept imagining that I would lose control and fall into the deep sea while doing sharp turns and end up getting eaten by sharks. Paranoid much. But on the overall, it was a very fun experience and I wouldn’t hesitate to do it again and again!








Showered and freshened up before going for dinner!


Ok la since we were still very early (restaurant doesn’t open until 7.30pm), we went round taking photos. Hahaha.








Go Bintan also must eat Japanese food! My favorite! Hehehe. We settled for Miyako Japanese Restaurant at Bintan Lagoon Resort.




Say hello to small squinty eyes! >_< Haha I wonder when will our next couple getaway be! Stay connected with us on Facebook and on Instagram @missuschewy :)

The Chewys’ Bintan Getaway Day One


Before we head off for our long awaited trip next month, I thought I had better clear my outstanding posts on our short getaway last August! So here’s the first part of our Bintan trip! Prior to this, we took Little misschewy along to Phuket, Hong Kong and Bangkok. It is a whole different experience when you are travelling with a baby or toddler. We wanted some couple time to ourselves and my parents were more than willing to help babysit the little one over the weekend.


Filled our tummies before boarding the ferry!


As it was a Friday, the ferry was pretty empty and we chose to sit by the window.


The journey took about 1.5 hours, which was a little longer than estimated. Checked ourselves into Bintan Lagoon Resort for two nights!




We looked through the activities list and booked our slot for the All Terrain Vehicle.


Passed by some shops while making our way to our room.







Our Deluxe room was clean and comfortable for our two-night stay.





After lounging in our room for a bit, we went for our ATV session! No tourist in sight!



It was our first time riding an ATV and it was suuuuuuper exciting!


We took the one-hour session and kept swapping places lol. Our guide was nice to offer to help us take photos at various spots.






Nua-ed for a bit because riding an ATV felt like an exhausting affair! Phew!


Walked over to the Leisure Centre to enquire about their activities.


The hubs wanted to try archery which I wasn’t so keen on because I found it quite boring when I learned archery as a Girl Guide. Hehehe. I mean.. Just stand there and shoot arrows. What’s so interesting about it?


It has been more than 10 years but I still remember the techniques and stance, etc.


Even the instructor was impressed and commented that I was the best he had seen so far. We later found out that he just joined Bintan Lagoon Resorts not long ago only. LOL!





We had dinner at one of the resort’s restaurants and the food was ridiculously priced. Can’t remember how much these lamb chops cost but we were kinda stunned by the portion. Haha. Seriously 吃不饱 lor.


Apart from that, it felt great being able to do relaxing activities for a change! Stay connected with us on Facebook and on Instagram @missuschewy :)

Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa Penang

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Earlier, we reviewed Golden Sands Resort Penang and we are gonna do a quick post on Shangri-La’s Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa today. When we were in Penang, we spent the entire day in Georgetown before checking in for a night in the evening. Rasa Sayang is located just next to Golden Sands.





We stayed at one of the newly refurbished Garden Wing rooms which had a spacious and airy, nature-inspired ambience. Elegant yet understated, the family-friendly Garden Wing allows guests to feel relaxed and at ease. The Garden Wing rooms are designed with the family in mind, marrying function and beauty, both practical yet elegant.


All rooms are serviced by the resort’s housekeeping team at least twice daily. Each room is facilitated with an in-room locker, data port for internet, IDD telephone with voice mail, satellite television with non-stop in-house movies, and more!







The bedroom is furnished with a separate shower and bathtub as well as Shangri-La’s collection of bathroom amenities, hair dryer, slippers and bathrobes.






The 189 rooms and suites at Garden Wings are breezy and pleasant, offering accommodation which features views of the sea and gardens. Most of the suites feature a spacious terrace with a separate sitting room and parlour, giving it a touch of home.





We took a buggy ride to Golden Sands Resort so that Little misschewy could have her dose of fun at Adventure Zone, a modular play area designed for kids of all ages.


The 10000 square foot facility has a comprehensive indoor playground with three categories of drop slides and multiple sections of modular play equipment. The main highlight are the drop slides, which have been proven to be extremely safe and offer a high level of enjoyable for both children and adults.


This is the toddler-friendly area that was more suitable for Little misschewy.


Can’t say no to her favorite ball pit!




We had breakfast at the Spice Market Cafe the morning before we checked out. It is a casual restaurant that offers authentic ethnic cuisines from diverse cultures such as Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Thai and also Western. Located on the ground floor of the Garden Wing, the restaurant is right beside the swimming pool under the rain trees.





Hearty breakfast before we make our way to the airport for our flight back home! Daily buffet breakfast at the Spice Market Cafe is from 6.30am to 11am.



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Golden Sands Resort Penang Blog Review

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With 2015 coming to an end soon, I really have to say that this year has been a pretty exciting one for The Chewys. We went on a total of five short trips to nearby countries, which is extremely rare and something which we never thought we could achieve now that it’s no longer just the two of us.. With a young one in tow, we have to take into consideration numerous factors when it comes to travelling and for now, long haul flights are definitely out of the question! We have always wanted to visit Penang for its delicious street food and I guess we couldn’t pass up the chance when we were invited to review two of Shangri-La’s resorts in Penang. We spent the first two nights in Golden Sands Resort before transferring to Rasa Sayang Resort and Spa.


Upon touching down at Penang International Airport, no time was wasted and we were whisked away in a limousine to the lovely Golden Sands Resort. We were caught in a bad jam but thankfully, the limousine was equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi which kept us occupied throughout the rest of the journey. Golden Sands Resort is located along Batu Feringgi Beach, which is about 45 minutes’ drive from the airport. Unfortunately, we spent more than an hour on the road that day because we couldn’t get a better flight timing and reached Penang during its peak hour in the evening.


We were escorted to the check-in counter on the ground floor and our luggages were being sent up to our room thereafter. Appreciated the little welcome note and fresh fruits provided.


Our Deluxe Sea Facing Room is just one of the 387 guest rooms in Golden Sands Resort. It spans about 30 square metres and is a cosy haven for a small family like ours. I like that the design of our room is kept simple, such that it is not over-the-top and it emanates a low-key and laid-back charm, which is perfect for a family beach holiday.


There is a private balcony in our room which offers refreshing views of lush tropical greenery, the resort’s swimming pool as well as the enticing sea view beyond. It was actually pretty therapeutic lounging by the balcony while sipping a bottle of beer.


Little misschewy was contented with her comfortable corner in the room.



Double sinks!


Premium Shangri-La toiletries





It was already late evening by the time we settled down and obviously heading out to Georgetown for dinner would be a very bad idea. Golden Sands Resort has a plethora of dining options that will definitely make you spoiled for choice. The new Sigi’s Bar and Grill is a fun, family-style restaurant located right on Batu Feringgi beach and we say, go for it!




Besides their extensive Ala carte dinner menu, Sigi’s also offers BBQ buffet which is great if you want to try a bit of everything. We had roast chicken rice, sambal fish, grilled chicken wings, mutton curry, etc and certainly ate to our hearts’ content!





For registered hotel guests, children under the age of 12 can enjoy complimentary buffet meals when accompanied by a paying adult, up to a maximum of 2 children. Little misschewy loved the fried calamari rings!


We were so well-fed that we almost didn’t have room for desserts!


Took a leisurely stroll back to our room and saw that the resort has gone the extra mile in providing a turndown service for its guests. Not all hotels and resorts practise this, and it is a nice touch that Golden Sands Resort sees to it that rooms are refreshed and bed linens are turned down for sleeping.


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Even though we had two days of food trail ahead of us, we couldn’t resist having the buffet breakfast at Golden Sand Resort’s Garden Cafe!


Piping hot food awaits!





The resort’s swimming pools look so inviting, don’t they! We regretted not packing our swimsuits along!




Hahaha pardon the little one’s expression. She was feeling bummed out that she had to miss out on all the fun!


Besides the pool, there are also other activities such as massage and foot reflexology services available.



For the adrenaline junkies, parasailing is a popular choice.



We were truly impressed that there is a family entertainment centre otherwise known Adventure Zone, housed within the resort. More on that in the next blog post!


Snapped a photo with Golden Sand Resort’s mascot, Polly the Parrot, before we boarded the complimentary shuttle bus to Georgetown for our Penang food trail!
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Guide to Top 8 Must Try Food in Penang

Guide to Top 8 Must Try Food in Penang

HELLOOOO! :) Friends and readers who have been following me closely on my social media platforms, Facebook, Instagram and Dayre, would know that I went on a short trip to Penang with misterchewy and Little misschewy earlier this month. While we were there, we ate our way around Penang and I’m happy to announce that we managed to compile our very own Guide to Top 8 Must Try Food in Penang! There exists a few variations of “must eat food in Penang” lists, so it is inevitable that there will be some overlaps in what has been recommended. The last time I did a Malacca food guide back in end 2013 when I was still pregnant, it was quite well-received, so I thought I would come up with another one now as I always find joy in sharing good eats with everyone! 😉


1. Sister Yao’s Char Koay Kak @ Macalister Lane

Char Koay Kak is actually fried radish cake but in Singapore, we call it Chai Tow Kueh. The Eoh sisters’ roadside stall which is located somewhere outside Seow Fong Lye Cafe along Macalister Lane has been around for more than 40 years. They took over their father’s helm about 30 years ago and nothing much has changed, except that in order to cater to the increasing numbers of somewhat health-conscious customers, pure lard is no longer used as the base frying oil for their Char Koay Kak. Instead, the oil used is mixed with vegetable oil.


I stood by watching auntie prepare my plate of Char Koay Kak. She made it seem pretty effortless but surely, it requires a great deal of skill to fry such a large wok of rice cake!


The hubs and I shared the medium sized Char Koay Kak. Fried in thick black soy sauce, the other essential ingredients are chye poh (preserved radish), bean sprouts and eggs. We caught a whiff of the aromatic Char Koay Kak which further whetted our appetites. To our surprise, the fried rice cakes were only coated with a very thin layer of grease which is good news for our cholesterol levels.


I guess we are too used to eating fried carrot cake that has been chopped up into fat little cubes. The rice cakes here are sliced slightly thin and elongated, which somehow makes it more substantial to chew on. On the overall, the Char Koay Kak tasted mildly sweet on top of being savory and was also a little spicy. Love the added crunchiness from the bean sprouts and bits of chye poh which also contributed to the subtle hints of saltiness. We washed it all down with a cup of Teh O and it was definitely a shiok breakfast for us.

Address: 94C Macalister Lane, Georgetown, 11400 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 7am – 1pm daily


2. Famous Penang Road Assam Laksa @ Joo Hooi Cafe

What is a trip to Penang without Assam Laksa? You know, from the moment we confirmed our trip to Penang, I just couldn’t stop thinking about Assam Laksa. I was tempted to satisfy my major craving in Singapore but decided to settle for the real deal at Joo Hooi Cafe along Penang Road. Without a doubt, we have made the right choice as Joo Hooi Cafe was packed with a mix of locals and tourists slurping up bowls of piping hot Assam Laksa. That in itself is an affirmation that the Assam Laksa is so good that it is highly sought after.


I noticed that the Famous Penang Road Assam Laksa is slightly watered down which is great for me because as someone who likes to drink her laksa gravy, I would want my Assam Laksa to not be overly thick and rich. This one has just the right amount of thickness and consistency. Every mouthful teases the taste buds with its spiciness and piquant tanginess. Mackerel fish and tamarind juice have also been added, which results in a very flavourful broth. One bowl of Assam Laksa is simply not enough!

Address: 475 Jalan Penang, 10000 George Town, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 5pm daily


3. Penang Road Famous Teochew Cendol @ Lebuh Keng Kwee

Head outside Joo Hooi Cafe after you are done with your Assam Laksa! Here, you can find one of Penang’s best Cendol – Penang Road Famous Teochew Cendol!


There is always a long queue for their Cendol but not to worry, the queue moves very quickly and before you know it, you will be huddling together with the rest, and drinking from your bowl of deliciously sweet Cendol.


What fantastic way to beat the heat! Everyone looked blissful slurping up mouthfuls of green pandan-flavored jelly and red kidney beans, mixed in a sweet concoction of coconut milk and gula melaka. I wish that more gula melaka could be added to make it a little sweeter though but that’s just a personal preference.

Address: 27 – 29 Lebuh Keng Kwee, 10100 Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri 10.30am – 7pm
Sat to Sun 10am – 7.30pm


4. Tiger Char Koay Teow (老虎炒粿条) @ Ping Hooi Coffee Shop

There is much debate online about the best Char Koay Teow in Penang but one that consistently shows up on the list is Tiger Char Koay Teow along Carnarvon Street.


This is not Ah Hor (Tiger in Hokkien) but close enough. He is the grandson belonging to the first generation, who took over the reins from his father almost 20 years ago. Over the years, he earned the support from loyal customers and Ping Hooi Coffee Shop is always packed to the brim.


We decided to try the famous Char Koay Teow with duck eggs. The rice noodles were thin and springy, while the entire dish had enough wok hei and the right amount of char. It was indeed a good move to add duck eggs as it gave the Char Koay Teow a delightful creaminess. We only found about two to three large prawns in our plate of Char Koay Teow, so if you want more prawns, remember to inform the chef about it!

Address: 179 Carnavon Street, 10300, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 8am – 2.30pm daily


5. Pitt Street Koay Teow Th’ng (椰腳粿條湯) @ Carnarvon Street

Carnarvon Street is littered with plenty of eateries but one that should not be missed is Pitt Street Koay Teow Th’ng. Trust me, it is so popular that even though they officially close at 4pm, they usually sell out fast. We reached there around 2pm on a Saturday but saw that their helper was busy washing bowls. The lady boss told us that it’s normal for them to close way before 4pm, so it’s better for us to return the next day before 1pm! Business is so good that they have extended their operating hours. Now, they open as early as 8am and no longer close on Sundays!


We went back early the next day and heaved a sigh of relief to see that the stall was opened. Had a chance to speak to the lady boss again, who was extremely chatty. She confirmed that they also operate on Sundays now because they have many customers including tourists who travel all the way there for a taste of their famous fish balls. These fish balls are extraordinary because they are made using eel meat. I asked the lady boss if these fish balls are handmade and she replied that they used to, but now they have a machine to do it because they cannot handle rolling and kneading the fish balls and ensuring that each and every one of them maintains the same standard and quality. She is confident that the machine can do an equally good job and that nobody would be able to tell the difference.


While I have not had the opportunity to try their handmade fish balls to make a comparison, I must say that these fish balls made from eel were full of bite and it was pure satisfaction biting into them. The texture of the fish balls is neither springy or bouncy, but is slightly similar to that of a Fuzhou fish ball, doughy but more delicate. We give our stamp of approval!


The lady boss urged us to try their homemade chili which is made using chopped garlic, lime juice and soy sauce. There is indeed something unique about their chili which is very refreshing and acts as a perfect complement to the Kway Teow Thng.


Did we mention that their Kway Teow is silky smooth which glides down the throat?


Pitt Street’s pork slices were surprisingly lean and tender, which makes chewing easy. The lady boss revealed that that they only use good quality pork fillets. She also added that most of Pitt Street’s customers order their Kway Teow Thng, but she strongly recommends their Kway Teow Dry too because they only use top grade crispy fried shallots oil. We will try that next time!

Address: 183 Carnarvon Street, 10100, Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia
Opening Hours: 9am – 4pm (Closed on Mondays)


6. Kim Leng Loh Mee @ Joo Huat Restaurant

We heard good things about Kim Leng Loh Mee and travelled out to Jelutong area to try it for ourselves. Apparently, this stall became famous after it was featured in Axian’s (Jason Yeoh) food show many years ago. He is Malaysia’s popular TV producer cum host, who is also a self-proclaimed foodie.


Even before tucking into our bowl of Loh Mee, we knew it was going to be something great. Our medium sized Loh Mee was served with a chockful of ingredients such as slices of barbecued pork, pig intestines, egg, bean sprouts and chicken feet!


Apart from the generous assortment of ingredients, the flavorful gravy had been cooked with pork rib stock, five-spice powder and starched with egg white. The gravy was neither too watery nor gooey; it was of the right consistency for us to be able to enjoy our combination of yellow noodles and beehoon.

Address: 336-G1 Lintang Slim, off Jalan Perak
Opening Hours: 7am – 4pm (Closed on Thursdays)


7. Kimberley Street Duck Koay Chap @ Restoran Kimberly

We heard that Kimberley Street is a food haven and that there is simply too much to eat there but if you are hard pressed for time like us, just go and try Kimberley Street Duck Koay Chap! Confirm no regrets. It is so good that upon the first mouthful, the hubs declared, “Let’s eat this again tomorrow!”


This shot was captured after we were done eating. Kimberley Street Duck Koay Chap only operates in the evening from 6.30pm onwards. Since we were just around the area, we decided to pop by and see if it was open at around 5.30pm. Much to our excitement, it was! Nobody was in the queue so we didn’t have to wait very long for our bowl of Duck Koay Chap.


Cabinet full of duck and other ingredients such as pig innards that you can have with your Koay Chap. Apart from Koay Chap, there is also a choice of rice or porridge.


For the past 30 plus years, everything is prepared in-house, from the koay chap to the stewed duck and even the chili sauce. Duck meat is stewed together with other duck parts such as the wings, necks and gizzards, as well as pig innards. The pot is then continuously stirred and left to stew for hours, ensuring that the stew penetrates the meat.


Alas, the shreds of stewed duck proved to be full of depth and flavor, while the texture of the duck meat was very juicy. The broth is also worth a mention, for it was packed with all the juices from the duck meat and the oomph it brought is simply unforgettable.


Unlike the Koay Chap that we are so used to seeing in Singapore, the ones served here are slightly thicker and rolled up. I certainly prefer this as it is firmer, smoother and has a nice chewy texture.

Address: 137 Lebuh Kimberley, 10100 George Town, Penang, Malaysia
Open hours: 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm (closed on Thursday)


8. Mama-Miya Coconut Ice Cream @ Lebuh Pantai

While we were combing Georgetown for its famous street art, we passed by a stall selling coconut ice cream and milkshake. There was a long queue but we decided to join in anyway. Mama-Miya Coconut Ice Cream is one of the F&B business which received a recommendation award at the Penang Hawker and Entrepreneur Festival 2015. Sounds promising so must support!


On the first day we had coconut milkshake which was quite thick but a bit too sweet. We decided to return the following day to try their coconut ice cream which comes with a cup of coconut water. Not only is their coconut ice cream adorned with corn and nata de coco, there’s also pandan flavored glutinous rice!


We have come to the end of our Guide to Top 8 Must Try Food in Penang! This list is by no means exhaustive and hopefully we will get a chance to visit Penang again to discover more yummy food!
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The Chewys’ Family Trip to Bangkok Day 5: Victory Monument Thai Boat Noodles and Home Sweet Home!


YOOHOO! We have finally come to our last day in Bangkok! When we booked our stay at Aloft Bangkok hotel, we didn’t know that the buffet breakfast is only for one. On the day we checked in, we were asked if we wanted to top up so that both misterchewy and I could both enjoy the breakfast. I rejected the offer because there is simply too much food to try in Bangkok, why confine ourselves to hotel breakfast everyday? Every morning, the hubs would eat a bit at the hotel since we already paid for it, while I shower Little misschewy in our room.


So here are some photos taken by the husband, showcasing some of the breakfast food available at Aloft Bangkok hotel.








Since our flight was around 3pm, we had a bit of time to do some last minute shopping at MBK Shopping Centre. Didn’t buy much for ourselves, just some cute magnets for our family and friends. Lunch was supposed to be at HERO Food and Gathering since it’s near our hotel but I know the hubs missed eating the Thai boat noodles that we had back in 2012 at Victory Monument. So I suggested taking a cab there instead.


Nothing much has changed and we sat at the exact same table where we sat three years ago, this time with a big baby in my arms. LOL.




Not sure if the photobomb was intentional but oh wells.. Haha.


We don’t take beef so we had the Noodles Thicken Soup with Pork (THB 12). Every mouthful was SO SO SO GOOD. The broth had been thickened and made more flavorful with pork blood. Noodles were thin and springy and the pork balls were full of bite.


It really isn’t easy eating while babywearing so you gotta be quick. Aim, kiap, and shove into mouth. LOL.


We ate a total of 12 bowls of boat noodles. Definitely could have stomached more but we didn’t wanna go overboard with ordering.


Rushed back to our hotel to do some last minute packing and it was time to check out! Booked a cab to the airport with the help of the GrabTaxi app.



That’s all for our Bangkok 5D4N trip! See you again soon! 😉
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