After reading this post you shall not have a reason to complain to Facebook about how bored you are anymore okay?
1. Mini Golf anyone?
It's Malaysia's 1st Indoor Miniature Golf Course. The indoor 18-hole course is an affordable way to 'sweat it out' without actually sweating! I generally am a fan of doing outdoor activities indoor so this was perfect for a day out on a hot afternoon.
Upon arrival , the friendly shop attendee assisted us in picking the correct golf stick and briefed us about the rules and regulations of the game. We were taught how to score each other, how to hold the stick properly, yaada yaada yaada.
There's also a quirky waiting area equipped with books and magazines
We finished the entire game in about half-an-hour and decided to go for another round (though I think we're not supposed to). I don't think one can actually spend more than an hour here, unless you play really slowly and debate about who was the better golfer at every hole.
I went the first time with Moses and had great fun so it was only right to bring my little sister there when she came to the city for a visit. It's a great place to go for a date , if you're babysitting or if you're having an outing with a small group of friends. Since each person has to take turns at all 18 holes, it might get taxing if you're in a big group.
Come on, who doesn't like mini golf?
Every weekday 12-3pm lunch hour : RM10 per game
Monday Nite: Unlimited Golf (adult RM30,teens RM20, child RM16)
Tuesday Nite: Student Nite (RM12 per pax)
Wednesday Nite: Ladies Nite (RM18 for one lady, the other lady friend is free)
Thursday Nite: Couples Nite (RM25 per couple)
Lot F-42A, 1st Floor, Citta Mall
You know how there are paintings that look very real life and 3D like? You know, you've seen them on Facebook and Tumblr? Well it has came to Malaysia. A whole 2-storey museum filled with paintings like them!
Go with someone who has a good eye. Some paintings took us forever to get the perfect angle to capture it in. We gave up on nearly half the paintings there. We had many fail shots as well. For example, the one below. Don't go with people who are cross-eyed, cause you're pictures are going to be screwed.
Because it would be cool to have something like this as your profile picture.
How much ?
Entry is RM 5 a person.
BUUUTTT I have to warn you that the museum is located in I-City that has a RM10 per entry parking lot so it would be wise for you and your friends to carpool.
The museum is actually part of the attractions of I-City. I would advise you to go at night because the light decorations are turned on and it's not too hot. But don't expect much. Other than the Trick Art Museum, the other attractions aren't interesting or worth the ticket price.
They open daily from 11am to 11pm
or call them at :03-5521 8800/8494
3. Organic Food anyone?
Try out a new cuisine for the very first time!
My first experience with organic food did not go as bad as I pictured it to be. In fact, it turned out to be a rather pleasant meal.
The above dish is called Cukawamee (Rm 5.90). I know it sounds funky. It tasted like the combination of seaweed and jelly fish. Not too bad actually.
This is the Mushroom Baked Rice (Rm12.90) that was highly recommended by other bloggers. It was a disappointment. It lacked in flavor and the rice was hard and chewy.
Another dish recommended by bloggers was the Herbs Fried Ramen (Rm10.90). Anyone who knows me well would know that I am not a fan of vegetables so I was not looking forward to this veg-filled dish. I however, really enjoyed this and would recommend it to anyone trying organic food for the 1st time (or 2nd, or 3rd, wtv la, just try it okay? It's really good)
But the star of the evening had to be the Mango Pudding (Rm4.90). I have actually since returned to the shop just get the same pudding a couple of times. That's how good it is. Knowing that it is organic is an added bonus (pysho-ing myself into believing that I can eat as many serving as I want because it's organic, which means it's healthy )
(too lazy to turn the pic. Could you maybe tilt your head?)
Please don't go with potong steam people that would compare and criticize the food as if they were an expert food critic. You're going there to enjoy the food and try something new, not to write a research essay on the restaurant.
Even better, don't bring anyone so you don't have to share your food.
It's healthy okay? That should be a good enough reason for you to go.
The menu is price very reasonably. Plus their dishes come in big portions so a dish could be shared between 2 people.
Chef Low Organic Kitchen
They open on Tuesdays to Sundays from 10.30am to 9.30pm
so there you go.
Go make new experiences and memories.
Remember to take many pictures!
Be Right Back,
side note: Don't bother going to Genting Highlands anymore. The place is not kept well and the whole amusement park just looks dodgy. It's definitely not worth the long drive up. Such a disappointment.meow.
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