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An afternoon at Dannok

Living at the northern side of Malaysia makes it really convenient and easy to go 'overseas'. For us, going to our neighboring country, be it Thailand or Singapore by land or by flight is really easy. I'm always a fan of Thai food, and with the remaining Thai bahts that I had since my last Bangkok trip (which I didn't finish even crossing the border a couple or times), I decided to go Dannok for FOOD again.

For the past few weeks, I was searching for insta / blog /facebook posts if there is any other new hangouts in Dannok, but sadly, I couldn't find many bloggers who write about it. The funny part is, I already blogged about it two years ago.

The immigration complex in Malaysia is new. I nearly couldn't recognize it, while passing to get our passport checked.

As I didn't want to drive over, we parked our car at the Zon Duty Free. As I entered, I took the wrong ticket (which parking rate is RM3/hour), and then I had to pay to re-enter to get the 'long h…
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Woman On Top.. oops... Sugar On Top - SOT

I was looking for a good dessert place, and I came to conclusion that Sugar On Top (Nagore Square) is a recommended place to go! I liked the way they compartmentalize the dining space so that we would have quiet and personal conversation/space and of course, the interior was tastefully done.


isn't this pretty?



Pretty generous serving - so you would feel that you RM20 is worth

 The famous hokkaido matcha hotcake with ice cream (~ Rm18.90 - i think) . Seriously, i think this is good, probably because I'm a fan of green tea... and it's topped up with raspberries and blueberries (however, it's frozen)


Crispy charcoal waffle. At least it's 4 pieces, not 2 :)

First trip of the year 2016 -- Hatyai

Following the previous day trip to Dannok, I finally had a short vacation in Hatyai, This is probably one of my many trips to Hatyai, but this time, I didn't really spend a lot of time around Lee Gardens Hotel area.

I've never really blogged on the details of my journey to Hatyai, so here it is...


Going through the immigration is much easier compared to the immigration at the airport. In the past, I have always gotten the immigration form (They call it the 'white card') from the money changers at Changloon. In fact, it is easily accessible at the immigration office on the left hand side. Parking is also easy and free while awaiting for our passports to be stamped.


Danok is always famous for pork leg rice. So here it is. I love the sweet and sour chilies.


The chicken kuih chiap along the way. It tasted like bak kut teh compared to the normal kueh chiap dish.


After lunch, i finally managed to checked in to Wungnoy Hotel. I would recommend this hotel, as it felt more like…