“Hotel stay here, good or bad for your vacation stay?”
In case you wish to know which hotel we stayed in Malacca, here’s the pretty new Swiss Garden Hotel & Residences, we did.
The interior of the hotel and its rooms was elegant, spacious and looked classy, with the reasonable room rate offered. There is also a large balcony in each guest room, for a view or breeze.
Bed in room was comfortable, and there is a 2-seater sofa as well as ‘see-through’ bath provided in the room. Not all rooms come with straight sofa seats, my parents’ room had the curvy seats which are unfit to lay flat down overnight. The hotel provides extra bedding at a reasonable rate, if third guest requires it. However, it’s really not necessary to pay for an extra bed for your young toddler who usually co-sleeps with you, even though the hotel booking websites stated so, as one of their terms & conditions.
“Thank you all. My friends, my readers and my fans, for liking my recipes on this blog all these years”
First of all, thank you to Natalie who nominated My Wok Life in the Blog Awards 2015 Best Food Blog Category!
Me among the nominees :)
The Singapore Blog Awards, organised by Singapore’s leading bilingual news and entertainment portal, omy.sg, first wrote to notify me about the nomination, and this came as a pleasant surprise to me when I first read it.
Natalie thinks My Wok Life has a X-factor to be the best food blog. I hope all of you agree, too! :D
“Simple ingredients, for a good enough hawker treat at home.”
Satay, barbecued chicken on-stick, is one of the famous Singapore/ Malaysia hawker food that everybody loves!
I have always wanted to cook satay at home, but the extended peeling & chopping, blending and long simmering preparation put me off. Only until today, my satays are finally served on the dining table. It was simply for my son. He loved satay, but I was a little skeptical to let my 2.5yo son have much of the stall bought satays. No choice, hubby pressed me to cook it for son. I have to do it. :)