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Yes it’s cute!! So cute that you don’t wanna give them away!!

It’s the Miao&WafuPafu Ang Pows!!!

It’s a collaboration with Kim Bay Restaurant . 4 designs will be released every week :D

Collect all four now and summon the legendary dragon cat and have your wish comes true!!

Okay, not your wish but the one who received the ang pow with the money in it. Lol

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Miao to the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre

 You know you went to a place too often when…

you know some of their names. :|

Whenever one visit Kuching, I will bring them to visit the famous red ape of Borneo, orangutan. The Orangutan is a red ape that is natives to Borneo and Sumatra.

There’s a rehabilitation centre 11 miles away from Kuching called the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre. It is a centre and reserved forest for saved or injured orangutan to recover.

Credit: Miracle

Credit: Virtual Malaysia

The orang utans are free to roam around this area and the chances of seeing one depends on your luck, their stomach and the weather. If you’re lucky, they might just walk passed in front of you.

Do check the place out if you’re in Kuching.

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Haru at the Sarawak Layered Cake Shop

There’s a village across the Sarawak River, and there lies one of Kuching’s famous Layered Cake.  And being in Kuching, one should really go and try the cakes.

So I brought Haru over when we were there…

The kid really did that!! I was like What The Meow!! He really taste it and put it back when he does not like it.  I think the kid learn from his parents because I see some parent tends to eat what their kids don’t like to eat. :| Seriously, parents stop doing that.

Well that’s not the shocking part…

because just right after that…

Haru.. if you’re reading this. Hmm.. ehh… Sorry, I was too late to inform you and since you already ate it, I think it’s best to keep it a secret then.

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Sarawak Layered Cake

Sarawak Layered Cake is one of the must eat food in Kuching or Sarawak. Sarawakians eat and serve this food mostly during festive holidays like Chinese New Year, Hari Gawai, Hari Raya and even Christmas.

The Layered Cake is actually originate from the neighbour Indonesia but revamp and re-modified with a touch of Sarawak local food like Horlicks, Carbury and tribal design, Pua Kumbu.

There are two types too, dry one and the moist one. (And no, it’s not from the saliva. hahaha) I personally prefer the moist one and served cold :D. Oh, I got the photos from Dayang Salhah, the shop I always visit since the boss always ask me to eat for free. hahah

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