2018 is really flying by. We’re already almost midway through February with Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year happening in just a few more days. If you’re still sorting your new outfits for CNY, here are some Year of the Dog fashion pieces you can consider. Our Cheat Sheet for this week will be able to help you out too.
This week’s Cheat Sheet also includes newly opened eateries located around Kuala Lumpur. Some are based right in the heart of the city, while others are located in buzzing areas such as Bangsar and TTDI. Since it’s the Year of the Dog, bring more joy and laughter to your home by adopting a dog from an animal shelter. We’ve featured five adorable dogs that are paired with the latest fashion pieces from Coach. If you’re looking for a place to travel to this Chinese New Year, the Ungasan Clifftop Resort in Bali is the getaway that you never knew you needed. Read on to find out more.
Make full use of the weekend before many of Kuala Lumpur’s eateries close for CNY next week. These newly opened restaurants and cafés are located in various parts of the city — some in booming TTDI, while others are right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Each of these eateries are unique, serving different cuisines with twists of their own.
Community dogs and cats are on the rise. Help out by donating to animal shelters or adopting instead of purchasing them from a pet store. Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage Malaysia is a NGO that focuses on neutering animals to reduce the number of strays on the street. These five adorable dogs that are currently fostered under TNRM Malaysia are looking for a forever home and they will definitely be a great addition to your growing family.
Bali is one of the most exciting cities in Indonesia. But if you want to get away from it all (literally), The Ungasan Clifftop Resort is the perfect resort for ultimate relaxation. Within the resort is a cluster of villas that overlook the sea. At The Ungasan, you can pick from either five-bedroom villas or one-bedroom villas. From the former, there are five different villas available, all of them taking on a distinct design from one another. We stayed at Villa Jamadara during our visit to Bali; read our review of the resort here.
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