Beautiful Island Escapade: Berjaya Tioman Resort

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Tioman Island is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba diving spot and a paradise to marine biologist. It is one of the most beautiful island in the world and I had the privilege to stay there for a little while with my family during Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016.

There are a lot of resorts and chalets around the island but if you are looking for something that on the higher end, you might want to head over to Berjaya Tioman Resort. Berjaya Tioman Resort is a 1-hour, 30-minute ferry ride from Mersing Jetty or Tanjung Gemok Jetty and it features traditional Malay-style chalets with sea or garden views, a beautiful 18-hole golf course that boasts views of the sea and the lush rainforest.

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And here’s our chalet, a Superior Chalet with private balcony.

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Our chalet features three Queen sized beds, fitted with wooden flooring and furnishings, air conditioning and fans.

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Housekeeping team are pretty artistic. Our beds were decorated with animal arts and bougainvillea petals each time they came in to clean up. Pretty uplifting, I must say.

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Living area with comfy sofa

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I always look forward to the evening after housekeeping session. There’s always surprises like this waiting for us to enjoy after a long day outdoor.

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The chalet is equipped with cable TV, a mini bar and a coffee/tea making facilities. The mini bar is left empty for your own usage but should you wish to have it stocked, just give a call to housekeeping.

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The chalet also comes with a decent sized bathtub and shower.

Berjaya Tioman Resort Chalet

To get a better view of the chalet, take a look at the video above.

There are plenty of things you can do while you are in Tioman. Diving, snorkeling, kayak-ing, and a glassbottom boat ride tops the list but if you want to enjoy the resort instead of the sea, you can exercise in the fitness centre or choose from a range of treatments at Taaras Spa. Tennis courts and a games room are also available for those who must have a shot of adrenaline daily.

There are a few dining options in Berjaya Tioman Resorts. Sri Nelayan serves Malaysian and international specialities, while Coriander Seeds Restaurant is open for dinner. For drinks and light snacks, the sunken pool bar and beach bar are available. Free Wi-Fi is available in its public areas.

Our stay was pleasant and with such picturesque view to wake up to every morning, there’s nothing to complain about and I have to say that then place is great for some R&R or for a relaxing island holiday.

For more information on Berjaya Tioman Resort ongoing events, news and promotions please head over here:

Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016: Gala Night

Following my two previous write up on Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016, where divers were sent on a mission to scour the ocean for rubbish, search and destroy crown of thorns as well as installation of the coral nursery table under the sea and the school children making seahorse sculpture out of recycled plastic bottles,Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016 has finally come to an end and was considered a huge success, and the divers celebrated their effort during the Gala Dinner hosted by Singapore Dive Operator in Restaurant Matahari.

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School children from SMK Tekek performing Pahang traditional dance during the Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016.

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Awards were presented to the dive operators that contributed to the diving community.

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And lucky draw sponsored by Berjaya Group were drawn as a token of appreciation for all the good things the divers has done for Tioman Island.

Tioman Island Clean Up Day is indeed a good effort and being given the opportunity to witness how difficult it is to take care of the coral garden first hand, I wish I can play a more active part in Tioman Island Clean Up Day next year, and I urge everyone to play their part next year by volunteering. If you can’t, then don’t litter, no matter where you go. Remember, no effort is too small to make a difference.


Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016: Taking Pollution Down to Zero

As mentioned in my previous post, Tioman Island Clean Up Day is a Corporate Social Responsibility Program by Berjaya Tioman Resort. Besides conserving the coral garden and the beautiful pristine beaches of Tioman Island, the Tioman Island Clean Up Day also aims to bring pollution in the island down to zero. By all powers combined, everyone in the island played a part in it, even the school children.

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Here’s the children from SMK Tekek, Tioman. These children are actively involved in helping to keep the island clean and Berjaya Tioman Resort have been hosting them for their various environment related activities. The children who are trained divers practically left no shells unturned and no corals unexplored during Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016 in order to help keep everything clean. Those who were non divers, however, played their parts by collecting recycalable plastic bottles that was dumped from all corners of Tioman Island and turned them into giant decorative seahorses; the adopted marine life mascot for Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016.

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Here’s the school children at Restaurant Matahari in Berjaya Tioman Resort before the making of plastic bottle seahorses commenced. Some brief explanation on how to construct the giant seahorse sculpture and funfacts on seahorses were given and I learned some interesting facts about seahorses when I joined in for their session.

Here’s sharing some interesting facts on seahorses:

* Seahorses belongs to fish family. Yes. They are fishes although they may not look like one.
* They are monogamous
* Male seahorses carries the eggs of their youngs instead of the females
* They doesn’t have any intestine to keep their food and therefore, they have to keep eating to absorb nutrients and are ferocious eaters
* Seahorses are inept swimmers

It was a fun an educational session, to say the least and here’s the children, working together to construct giant decorative seahorses.

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Loads of plastic bottles. These will be turned into giant seahorse sculptures.
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It was no easy feat as it takes not only hardwork, but teamwork and perseverence too in order to complete their task.

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Grueling moments before getting the seahorse sculpture done.

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And finally, the final product

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If there is anything that we can learn from all these is that nobody is too small to play a part in keeping the environment green. We are all planeteers. We are all superheroes. Looting and polluting is not the way,and the power is always in our hands on whether to plunder or nurture.

Photo credit to: Adam Lau and Raja Sheril

For more information on Berjaya Tioman Resort ongoing events, news and promotions please head over here:

Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016: Conserving The Corals

I mentioned in my previous write up that my trip to Tioman Island was not just for fun but I was there to participate in Tioman Island Clean Up Day. Some of you might still be confused as I haven’t update much on what it is all about, so here’s a little bit about the program;

Tioman Island Clean Up Day is an initiative by Berjaya Hotels & Resort to gather divers from all around the world to clean up the reefs and the surrounding areas. The program started off in the year 2011 as an informal gathering of divers who are passionate about conserving the undwerwater ecosystem and clean up the reef, but  Tioman Island Clean-up Day has now evolved into a full scale annual Corporate Social Responsibility programme by Berjaya Tioman Resort. The meaningful program is supported by PADI, Project AWARE and a lot of participating Tioman dive centres.

Tioman Island Clean Up Day usually involves more than  100 volunteers from all around the world, including Berjaya staff, children from Tioman Island schools, media participants and even celebrities. Realizing shown important it is to keep the ocean clean, everyone played their part and put in plenty of efforta to clean up the beach and the coral garden in Tioman Island.

During my snorkeling and kayaking session, I had a little chit chat with my instructor and I was told that at least 8 million tonnes of debris enters the world’s oceans each year, causing harm to underwater environments and the marine life. And because Tioman Island offshore ecosystems, its unique coral gardens are susceptible to the accumulation of debris and hence efforts are made to employ divers to fan over the coral gardens, with the aim to collect rubbish, to be taken to land for incineration and proper disposal.

But it’s not just man-made rubbish that is collected during Tioman Island Clean Up Day. Another important mission during the Tioman Island Clean Up Day is to search and dispose crown-of-thorns. The crown-of-thorns sea star, is basically a large, multiple-armed starfish (or seastar) that usually preys upon hard, or stony, coral polyps. The crown-of-thorns sea star receives its name from venomous thorn-like spines that cover its upper surface, resembling the Biblical crown of thorns. It is one of the largest sea stars in the world.

Apart from removing the treacherous crown-of-thorns, coral tables are also installed under the sea in effort to encourage coral growth.

Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016: Interview with Chen Tian Chad

Here’s an exclusive interview with Mr.Chen Tian Chad. A photographer by profession and a diver by passion, he is one of the divers who volunteered during the Tioman International Clean Up Day.

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There’s no pictures of divers fishing out and disposing the nasty crown-of thorns but here’s sharing with you the divers’ pictures during their diving session in Tioman Island Clean Up Day 2016. All the pictures featured here is courtesy of Mr.Chen Tian Chad. You may check out his blog HERE.

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Divers collecting corals to plant it on the coral nursery table in order to encourage them to grow.

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Planting corals onto the coral nursery table.

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A team of divers planting the corals they collected onto the coral nursery table, in hopes that they will grow and multiply.

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A closer look at the coral planting effort.

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The ‘seeds of hope’. The coral nursery table are left underwater in hopes that it will be a permanent home of more corals and other marine life in Tioman Island.

With unique access to the underwater world, scuba divers can help remove whatever that is harmful to the marine life under the sea but we can play our part to raise awareness and drive positive change in order to conserve the ocean and keep it beautiful too. It is important to remember that whenever we visit a beach, we are not supposed to take or leave anything, so the next time you go for a dose of Vitamin Sea or an island retreat, remember to not take anything but memories and leave nothing but footprints behind.

Before I pen down, I sure hope that Tioman Island Clean Up Day will serve to strengthen our resolve to maintain our efforts to keep Tioman’s ecosystems flourishing, both above and below the waterline, and next year, God willing, I hope to play an active part in Tioman Island Clean Up Day as a diver instead of just being a member of the media who was just there to cover the news for it.

Cuti-Cuti Malaysia #dekatje: Tioman Island

2016 has been rather hectic but fun for me and my family. We have been traveling quite alot and have been visiting interesting and beautiful places in Malaysia, courtesy of various organizations, mainly Tourism Malaysia, who had liased themselves with all sort of tourism players in Malaysia in effort to promote domestic travel in order to increase revenue via domestic tourism.

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Their catchy tourism campaign #dekatje has inspired me and my family to take the road less travel by being Tourism Malaysia Travel Buddy and visit placesof interest in Malaysia. Being a tourist in our own country is pretty interesting to say the least. We ended up doing things that we did not do before and life definitely has taken a rather strange but adventurous turn.

Blog posts prior to this reveals that we explored Terengganu in support of the Visit Terengganu 2017. We stayed in the quiet town of Kijal and explored Kuala Terengganu and thought we have experienced everything Malaysian exotic place could offer until we were given the opportunity by Berjaya Group to experience Tioman Island during the 6th Tioman Island Clean Up Day an effort to conserve marine lives, mainly corals. You can read more about Tioman Island Cleaning Up Day 2016 HERE but for now, allow me to briefly tell you about Tioman.

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Tioman Island is a mukin and an island in Rompin District, Pahang, Malaysia. Located 32 kilometres off the east coast of the state, it has eight main villages, the largest and most populous being Kampung Tekek in the north. The densely forested island is sparsely inhabited, and is surrounded by numerous coral reefs, making it a popular scuba divingspot and a paradise to marine biologist. There are also a lot of resorts and chalets around the island which has duty-free status.

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The island is part of Pahang territory, although it is geographically closer to mainland Johorthan to mainland Pahang, and is accessed via ferry service from the Johorean coastal town of Mersing or by air via helicopter or Berjaya Air.

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Here’s some of the things we did while we were staying in Berjaya Tioman Resort during the Tioman International Clean Up Day 2016:

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Glassboat bottom

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Bicycle ride

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Jungle trekking to the waterfall in the jungle

There are plenty more things you can do during your can stay in Tioman but if there is one thing I can say about Tioman is that it is Mother Nature’s gift to all of us.

Well, there you go, briefly about Tioman. More about our misadventures in Tioman, during Tioman International Clean Up Day 2016, so stay tune for more as this is just a teaser and I’ll be writing more about it in details soon.

For more information on Berjaya Tioman Resort, please head over here:

Working Vacation at Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

It’s time for some Cuti Cuti Malaysia #dekatje again for me and my boys. Well, somewhat. It’s a working vacation, actually and I must say that I’m quite looking forward to this one, considering that our destination will be in one of the finest island holiday destination in Malaysia and we will get to both work and play. Anyway, prior our early departure, we stayed in Berjaya Times Square Hotel. Located in the heart of the golden triangle in Kuala Lumpur, the hotel is not only convenient for those who are on business trip, but great for those who are seeking for some fun, leisure time as well.

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Here’s my crib; a Premier Room with King sized bed and homey living/dining area where you can laze around on the sofa.

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A study section

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The mini bar

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Seperate shower and toilet

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Full set of toiletries are provided

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The room offers fantastic view; where it overlooks the Kuala Lumpur City and the swimming pool.

Berjaya Times Square Hotel- Premier Room

The picture does no justice, you might wanna have a look at the video I took for a better idea on how the room is like.

Guests will be amazed with the things that they can do here. But if you are here for fun, I would recommend you to take a shot of the indoor themepark in Berjaya Times Square. It is very promising and if you are here to shop, shopping mall is just in the vicinity of the hotel.

Personally I would recommend Berjaya Times Square and Lowyat Plaza for gadget shopping, but if you are looking for something more funky, a tad domestic and inexpensive, do hop over to Sungei Wang Plaza which is just a stone throw away. These malls will not disappoint.

For room rates and information on Berjaya Times Square Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, please refer to the information below:

Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia
1 Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
T : + 60 (3) 2117 8000
F : + 60 (3) 2143 3352
E :[email protected]

Bookings can be made HERE

A Guide to All Things Taiwan: Ximending

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Taiwan is a small island nation 180km east of China with contemporary cities, hot springs resorts and dramatic mountainous terrain. Taipei, the country’s capital in the north, is known for its busy night markets and street-food vendors, Chinese Imperial art at the National Palace Museum and Taipei 101, a 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped skyscraper with an observation deck.

The island of Taiwan was mainly inhabited by Taiwanese aborigines before Han Chinese began immigrating to the island in the 17th century.

Taiwan today maintains a stable industrial economy as a result of rapid economic growth and industrialization, and is a destination of choice among tourists and travelers.

While the country enjoys healthy amount of tourists among Chinese dialects speaking travelers, Taiwan has becoming increasingly popular among non-Chinese speaking tourists.

In the past, it is rather daunting for non-Chinese speakers to to travel in Taiwan as the language used nationwide is pretty much just Mandarin and the food are mostly exotic and strange, but luckily for us non-natives, there are plenty of websites around that can guide you on what to do, what’s nice to eat and where to stay without putting a hole in your pocket.

One of the website is this,

This website offers information about Ximending, a bustling neighborhood and shopping district in the Wanhua District ofTaipei, Taiwan. It is the first pedestrian zone in Taiwan. Ximending is a great place to visit if you are a shopaholic but is traveling on a shoestring.

Ximending has been called the “Harajuku of Taipei” and the “Shibuya of Taipei” and is the source of Taiwan’s fashion, subculture, and Japanese culture and is a recommended attraction by Tripadvisor.

If you are a non-Chinese speaker and has fear of the unknown in Taiwan, worry and doubt no more as Taiwan is now a destination of choice among non native speakers and if you are worried about being too adventurous, try to refer to Ximending hotels first and start exploring Taiwan with Ximending before exploring other touristy place.

There’s everything that you need to know about Ximending in this website and it is basically a guide to where to go, what to do, what’s nice to eat, where to stay in and many more. Plan a trip to Ximending and experience it soon, okay? I promise you, you’ll love it there and would want to be back for more.

Natural Healthcare Specialist Reveals ‘The Joy of Life’

Bird’s nest tonic is known as the elixir of youth by the ancient Chinese. Consumed among the rich and royalties, it is said to be able to preserve one’s beauty and helps to balance the ying and yang in the body. Fast forward to a few thousand years later, people are still consuming the miraculous tonic as the consumption of edible bird’s nest has been scientifically proven to have several health benefits such as stimulating the regeneration of cells, strengthening our immune and respitory system, as well as improving the performance of our internal organs. Ome of bird’s nest most sought after beauty benefits is it’s ability to rejuvenate cells while promoting smooth and radiant skin in the long run.

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Realizing how important it is to be youthful and healthy at the same time, Ecolite Biotech Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (Ecolite) has launchef a brand new range of Collagen Bird’s Nest Beverage, ‘The Joy of Life’.

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Yes. You are reading it right. Bird’s Nest Beverage. It comes in 5 refreshing and delicious  flavours; Aloe Vera, Lychee, Longan, Red Date with Wolfberry and the Original Flavour, ‘The Joy of Life’. All of them are packed conveniently in bottles for your easy enjoyment.

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Aloe Vera Flavoured Bird’s Nest Drink

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Lychee Flavoured Bird’s Nest Drink

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Red Date with Wolfberry Flavoured Bird’s Nest Drink

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Original flavoured

The new line of Halal-certified beverages combines the powerful health benefits of bird’s nest with the proven beauty benefits of Marine Fish Collagen, which stimulates collagen production in our bodies. It is safe to say that the product also combats the signs of aging.

This collagen infused drink contains 2500mg of collagen and is approved by MOH and it is free of preservatives, artificial flavourings and colours. It also does not contain any artificial sweeteners, making it safe and nutritious to consume in the long run.

This nutritious drink is available in all 7-21 convenient stores for just RM6.50 per bottle and will soon be sold at most major pharmacies and hypermarkets in the country.

For more information on ‘The Joy of Life,’ kindly visit

Shopping Made Easy with ezbuy

I enjoy shopping immensely. The world feels like a better place each time I go shopping. Spoken like a true shopaholic, no? Yes. I enjoy shopping, but I have to plan my budget properly as I have loads of commitments and not to mention that time is not always the luxury that I have.

I’ll be traveling again pretty soon, and I have yet to buy stuff that I need for the getaway. Time simply does not permit me to indulge in any shopping, but lucky for me, there’s always ezbuy.

Have you heard about Taobao? Well, Taobao is a China based online shopping website that offers goods at a very cheap price. Basically the entire site is in Chinese and it can be very confusing to buy items from there, especially if you do not read any Chinese. There’s a trick to making items offered by that site; which is via ezbuy. ezbuy is an Online Shopping portal that has linked offers from Taobao. And the best part? It is in English. So, no more confusing and frustrating shopping experience whenever you want to make a purchase.

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ezbuy will spoil you rotten. There are just so many things you will want to buy from there. From clothings, accessories, gadgets and furniture. Yes. That’s right, you can even buy furnitures from ezbuy if you want. ezbuy not only offers wide range of items from Taibao for your shopping pleasure, but also gives the best price to all of its shoppers.

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It has the lowest shipping rate around, which is RM4.50/500g and no agent fee.

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ezbuy offers Super Sales up to 70% off.

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With new arrivals every Wednesday.

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And 3 with rounds of flash deals daily, it is definitely too hard to resist, especially for a shopaholic like me. The best part? Everything is just so affordable.

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So I decided to buy some stuff, and have been eyeing on this particular bag along with some other items in ezbuy. But apparently shipping fees can be quite crazy considering that the items are not from Malaysia. They are mostly from China, USA, and Taiwan, and some of the items that I added in the cart are pretty much heavy, making the shipping fees quite expensive.

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Luckily for me, there’s an option for PRIME, which offers only RM8.80 for all types of items delivery, so you won’t have to worry about the shipping cost whenever you buy stuff from here.

PRIME is offered yearly at RM188, but if you don’t want to make such commitment yet but wants to enjoy the benefit of it, simply sign up for the one month trial, which is just RM18.80. Awesome, isn’t it? For every purchase you will need to just pay RM8.80. Buying in bulk will certainly gives more value to it, that’s for sure.

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Check this out. All these and the shipping is just RM8.80. How cool is that? I practically saved RM322.20 worth of delivery charges. And it is no small amount indeed.

Things you need to know about PRIME subscription:

*Unlimited items delivery, even the heavy ones. Just click on the PRIME logo and you will be exempted from paying expensive deliveries fees. Yes. It includes heavy items, in case you are wondering.

*Fast shipping duration. PRIME guarantees fast delivery. However, credit and voucher codes cannot be used to reduce delivery charges if you buy goods under PRIME.

* 4% agent fee (booking process including the parcel, packaging, imported document) is waived.

* PRIME members are insured with free insurance up to RM2,000, so if your stuff is lost during delivery, or received in a state of disrepair, you will be compensated for your loss.

Note: PRIME membership is not returnable or transferable.

Wanna shop in ezbuy without being charged loads for the shipping fees? Well then, just sign up for PRIME MEMBERSHIP and shop til you drop.

ezbuy is having a huge sale right now and if you haven’t start getting your hands on all the goods yet, I suggest you to hop over to ezbuy right now. Register here and get RM15 ezbuy voucher and 15% off shipping fee when you use the code – ezsh15.

Now, go help yourselves with the goodies while I go and shop a little bit more at ezbuy.

Quill City Mall Welcomes The Largest Restaurant in Asia as Tenant

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A fan of Japanese food and is living in Kuala Lumpur? He’s a fantastic news for Japanese cuisine fans. It has been announced that the first and largest Japanese Restaurant in Asia, ‘Aragan Yokocho’ is coming to Quill City Mall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Dato’ Ar. Michael Ong, Executive Director of Quill Group of Companies together with Mr. Kunio Yoshikawa, Managing Director of Aragan Yokocho and Dato’ Ng Mann Cheong, Chairman of Aragan Yokocho at the signing ceremony in Quill City Mall.

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During the press conference, it was revealed that the 18,900 sq. ft restaurant has much to offer to the Malaysian foodies in their own unique ways. Food enthusiasts can anticipate Aragan the unique four seasons’ concept; spring, summer, autumn and winter in Quill City Mall with fresh seafood flown in from every district of Japan. The Pork-Free outlet will also feature 10 different sitting ambience concept with more than 150 types of Japanese food in their outlet in Quill City Mall.

Aragan Yokocho is expected to welcome their customers sometime in January 2017, so do keep your eyes peel for it’s emergence next year.

For more information, visit: or
Instagram: QuillCityMall