Posts Tagged ‘cafe’

Kuantan, to the Gaya Travel team, seems to be going on the right direction, providing friendly, laid-back dining spots that serve affordable serious food for both locals and travellers alike. The city is turning into a major culinary centre on Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast through its wide range of eateries in the...

I had a very nice time out with my colleagues that night. We ate, drank coffee, played monopoly and enjoyed each other’s company at a gorgeous spot near the popular Jonker Street called Backlane Coffee. It was a Thursday evening, and the shop was not full unlike during weekends, which was completely fine by us, who...

Hipster cafes are aplenty in Hong Kong, but the best ones are usually the lesser-known cafes tucked away in the most unexpected places. While tourists flock to the usual coffee chains for a cup of coffee, trendy locals and long-time expat residents park themselves at the mushrooming independent cafes that allow them...

Housed in a bright airy space with a courtyard shared with BackHome Hostel, LOKL Coffee Co. is a coffee shop like no other. Located at the historic heart of Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Tun H.S Lee, LOKL (pronounced ‘local’) serves freshly brewed coffee, hot sandwiches and a carefully curated collection of cakes and pastries.

En Ginza (pronounced as ‘Ann Ginja’) Cafe is a dining place nestled in a corner of the newly opened Tokyo Street on Level 6, Pavilion, a popular shopping centre in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. ‘En’ refers to circle while ‘Ginza’ refers to a trendy area in Tokyo.