Saturday, July 25, 2015

Baby Tots Play - Demo Class

I've always believed in starting your children young.
Therefore, I've decided to enroll my eldest son Henry into Baby Tots Play soon-to-open branch at SS19, Subang Jaya.

Baby Tots Play is a creative play and learning centre for children from 6 months to age 5 years old.

Attended a demo last week at their HQ branch located at Bandar Botanic, Klang.

Henry was pretty shy at first, because it was his very first time attending classes like these with so many other new friends. 

For toddlers from 18 - 30 months are categorized into the Happy Tots Class which requires parents to participate. 

For Happy Tots Classes, toddlers are encourage to sing and dance as well as interacting with other toddlers. For parents and toddler, classes like this is also a great way to introduce your child to socializing while you keep a watchful eye. A time for you to stay and play with your child, explore some of the activities.

Henry lining up to get his props for the next song!

It didn't took him very long to warm up and start blending in with other kids 


The Happy Tots Class ends after 1 hour.

The demo class was very interesting for both me and my husband. Henry definitely had a lot fun. I'm just so happy to see much he enjoyed the class and we as parents get to participate was definitely a bonus too! As usual he didn't want to leave even after the class is finished. Haha.

Henry and I will be joining SS19, Subang Jaya branch starting from 1st August.

There will be a


in their SS19, Subang Jaya branch on the opening day.

Below are the details:

Bring along your children or niece, nephew that age are range from 8 months - 5 years.
Remember, it's never too early to start your child.

Hope to see y'all wonderful parents and babies on that day! 

(SS19 Subang Jaya) 
40-1, Jalan SS19/6 47500 
Subang Jaya, Selangor
(Same row as Sri Melur Jaya)

(Summer Lim)

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Taiwan Day 4, 2014 - Eat like the locals!

A short post of what we had for breakfast in Taiwan! What so special about breakfast in Taiwan you may ask? We had what the locals like to eat, something like our roti canai, nasi lemak etc.

In Taiwan, they have what they call our "Yao Cha Guai + Soya" 

This is one of the famous branch.  If you are planning to go, it is located near (Xi Men Ding), then ask around the locals for "Yong He Dou Jiang". Taiwan locals are very friendly and they will direct you there :)

The queue is pretty crazy every morning.

Mixture of Locals + Tourists.

Menu on the board,

and small printed menu with pictures available too.

The hubs didn't look very happy cause we woke him 9am in the morning for this and forced him into a picture with the waiting number the shop gave us.

And here comes our food,

This is their famous combo. Unfortunately I don't remember the name haha. You can just show them the picture if needed :)

I don't really like it, it was kinda salty.

Still prefer my yao cha guai crispy!

Dumpling wasn't their thing.

Pork bun! Not bad.

Some Ham Bun. Was meh as well.

Okay, this is a MUST TRY!
It's called the " Fan Tuan " They roll (Yao Cha Guai, Pork and Egg all together with rice!) Kinda like sushi but a a lot yummier I would say!

Finished up our breakfast in about 20 mins time because their limited table and of the amount of people in queue waiting for it. So here you go if you wanna try something really local in Taiwan!


✈ Taiwan Day 4, 2014 - THIS POST 

Friday, July 3, 2015

Acquassimo Sanitising Water

★ A post dedicated to all parents ★

With the growing amount of sickness and viruses that are discovered in our society daily, it is very important that we pay extra attention to our children at all times. On what they eat, what they touch, who they touch etc. Because we all knew that once they got the viruses and fall sick, it's what I'll like to call it "nightmare" for both us the parents and children that will cause us misery and sleepless nights. And if you don't find it out fast or get it treated fast enough, it might also causes death. 

What we can do to protect them from all these viruses? Instead of finding out where and how they got the viruses, we as parents should start taking precautions. For me, I'll like to start from the very basic, like getting Henry to wash his hand all the time. Hand washing is a crucial way to prevent germs from spreading. About 80% of infectious diseases are spread by touch.

But what if warm water and soap aren’t available? Use a SANITIZER! 

This cute bottle of sanitizer I am holding in my hands is


So what is Acquassimo?

● It is an eco-friendly sanitising water that kills bacteria in seconds.

What is it made off? 

● Hypochlorous Acid

What is Hypochloruos Acid? 

● NATURAL ACID which is produced in the human body to fight bacteria and germs.

Goodness of Acquassimo? 

It is alcohol free with no harmful chemicals, preservatives or fragrances.

Kills 99.9% of bacteria in seconds!

It is also deal for sensitive skin. Safe for newborns, infants & adults.

Multipurpose (sanitise on most surface, including inside feeding bottles & on pacifiers, toys, furniture, etc) 

Safe to swallow

No need to wait, wipe or rinse 

What I really like about Acquassimo is that they are water-based and alcohol-free!

Unlike the gel-type with alcohol based which are not suitable for newborns or toddlers.

The bottle also has a safety-lock to prevent kids from playing with it.

Here's a video of what you can use for,

You could spray on surfaces that your like doorknobs, tables, and handrails.

They are doing a promotion at selected road show. If you buy a bottle of 300ml, you'll get a 40ml for free.

   Check out the link below for more info:

If we don't sanitise ourselves, we might be the one that is infecting out toddlers. Taking care of a sick toddler while being sick yourself can be punishing. So I like to bring the smaller bottle out with me daily, it is convenient and fits into small bags!

I think when one child is sick, some extra sanitizing around the house can definitely help prevent other family members from getting it. I hope this post helped you parents a little of what we can prevent on getting our children from viruses and falling sick. 

Happy sanitizing! 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Japan Day 6, 2014 - Last day in Hokkaido

I really can't believe it took me one year to finish my Hokkaido post.

So here goes, it was the last day in Hokkaido so we decided to have a chill and relax day,
Otaru was the perfect pick.

A selfie of me and my hubba to start heh  

For breakfast, we stopped by at what the Japanese called their "fast food" restaurant,

S U K I Y A (すき家)

Sukiya serves gyudon (shredded beef over rice), donburi (fish, meat, or veggies over a bowl of rice), and Japanese curry in a huge portion and satisfying price!

Foodporn alert!

Yakitori and Raw Egg Bowl with Mustard Mayonnaise.

Crack the egg onto the yolk separator and gently pour into the Yakitori.

Then mix it! Trust me, the combination was heavenly!

3 - Cheese - Gyudon

Beef Patty Curry Rice

le hubby's favorite 

le sister 

Overall we had a pretty satisfied breakfast, it's cheap and delicious!
Worth a try!

SO here we are back the first place we visited on the our first day in Hokkaido,


It was quite happening because it was a weekend, guess people in Hokkaido goes to Otaru on their holidays.
Something like our Cameron and Genting.

Met a Ninja on the street! *hiiiyak!*

I know I've said this before, but I need to say it again.
Their street food is AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS!

Another awesome, awesome, awesome thing about their street food, tell sell super fresh seafood!
It rhymes!

Definitely look like a seafood feast to me!

Just picked what you want and they'll cook it right away of you!

Hokkaido scallop and Sapporo beer is a MUST!

So lucky to see a bunch a antique car convoy, something like what we always see in the movies.
Initial D or Fast & Furious a bunch of peoples checking out each other's car lol.

How can I not take picture with it?

I took a video of them leaving but it's stupid youtube won't let me upload :(

Otaru Music Box Museum

" Otaru Music Box Museum is one of the largest museum shops of music boxes, orgel, in Japan. The beautiful century-old building, designated as one of historic landmarks of OtaruCity, is full of music boxes in various sizes and types."

In front of the museum is the Steam Clock made by a Canadian clock maker.
The five steam chimes blow the melody every 15 minutes and the main steam whistles on the hour.

Couldn't make up my mind on which to buy. All of them are so so pretty!

Spent nearly an hour in the music box museum and finally got what I wanted 

Ended the day with some good food,

and this pretty much sums up my last day in Hokkaido!

Next up!