Fuku Eatery & Desserts, The New Aesthetic Japanese Cafe in Penang


Whether you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine, coffee, or desserts you are bound to find something you love in this aesthetic pleasing cafe, Fuku Eatery & Desserts. Not to mention, this cafe just launched on 16th March, so foodie out there, why not add it into your March to-go list!


You could easily spot this cafe as it situated at Beach Street, right beside a money changer.

Address: 37A&B, Lebuh Pantai, 10300 Georgetown, Penang.




Don’t you be shocked and think that you have found the wrong location as you will first be greeted with Mano Plus Store the moment you step into the building.  And Fuku Eatery & Desserts will be on your left!

P.S Let’s take a moment to appreciate the space! With tall ceiling, bright lighting, and minimalist interior design that involves wood aspect. How can you not love this place already?!




So here comes the highlight of this visit, which is food we’ve ordered (duh)! For drinks, I’ve ordered Momo, which is a glass of Fuku’s lemonade with Yuzu, peach and chrysanthemum. Perfect for those who don’t fancy caffeine or purely want something to quench the thirst. Whilst, my madre ordered her a cup of hot latte.


Momo costs RM14 ; Hot latte costs RM10


For food, my madre ordered a bowl of Teriyaki Chicken Don which is a bowl of plain rice served with teriyaki glazed and grilled chicken, some steamed corns as well as edamame. And tbh, I could tell that the ingredients they used are pretty fresh as the chicken itself doesn’t has any unpleasant smell (which is a relief as the unpleasant smell is always a huge turnoff for me whenever I ordered teriyaki chicken don)!

Teriyaki Chicken Don costs RM13


My sister ordered her all time favourite, Chicken Katsu. Whilst, I ordered my longtime craving Omu Curry Rice with Tori Karaage. And I’m definitely obsessed with the chicken fillet and fried chicken which served alongside the rice!

Omu Curry Rice with Tori Karaage costs RM17 ; Chicken Katsu costs RM13


To end our meal, we ordered the galaxy looking dark chocolate and mixed berry cake!

P.S Their kitchen will close from 2.30pm to 5pm, so make sure you visit the right time if you plan to have a proper meal there.

Glaze Cake costs RM13

Fuzu Eatery & Desserts serves a pretty wide variety of food. And here are some snapshots on their menu. FYI they do serve breakfast!





After your meal, you could actually climb up to the second floor and have a peek on the gorgeous furniture! I really love how they showcase each piece of furniture.



Address: 37A&B, Lebuh Pantai, 10300 Georgetown, Penang.

Time:9am-9pm Fri-Sun and 9am-6pm Mon-Thurs.

Visit Fuku Eatery & Desserts Facebook page – here for more information.


How to Style Metallic Shoe Trend in 2018


Metallic shoes have started to gain massive attentions last year and I could say it has eventually become a fashion staple of the modern girl’s wardrobe. Today, you could easily spot them on the streets, red carpet such as Oscars 2018 and even runways of fall 2018! In short, metallic shoe trend is definitely in full swing!

However, if you are shiny-shoe beginners, a pair of silver knee-high boots or golden loafers might scare you away. No worries, you could easily add a pair of metallic flats to your daytime rotation. Not only they are comfy to live in, they also add a subtle glam to your look.

***Today’s post is sponsored by Butterfly Twists. As usual, I won’t be bias and all my opinions are truthful.

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Hat: Zara | Top: Zara | Skirt: TopShop | Shoes: Butterfly Twists




Floral Dresses for Spring/ Summer 2018


I know florals for Spring aren’t exactly groundbreaking, but they’re definitely pretty in my eyes! I always have a thing for floral print and warm weather always calls for a breathable, colorful dress, decorated with flowers. However, I tend to prefer floral print on dark colours more than paste shade as I could easily cruise them into Fall/ Winter.

***Today’s post is sponsored by Shein.com. As usual, I won’t be bias and all my opinions are truthful.

P.S. Don’t be a stranger, let’s connect on Instagram as well!


I really adore this floral print dress from Shein. I must admit this is definitely my favourite piece from their site! The fabric is really lightweight and soft, making it the perfect piece to beat the heat. Showcasing a black hue, it gives you endless versatility when comes to styling. Besides, you could also cruise into any season. If you’re not confident in pulling off bold floral print, this dress is definitely perfect as the floral print is pretty subtle. I also love how this dress features so many trendy detailing.


For instance, mix print of polka dots and floral, ruffle trim, wrap cut and puff sleeves.


 To complement this dress, I wore a gold accent layered necklace and a pair of stud earrings. To inject that spring/ summer vibes, I wore a pair of espadrille wedges. This dress also looks great with a basket bag and a straw hat.


Dress: Shein | Necklace Forever 21 | Shoes: H&M


If you want to show off more skin. This short sleeves wrap dress is definitely a great option. Crafted with utterly soft mesh fabric, this dress shows off your skin without really baring it all. I’m loving the floral print that dancing all over the dress, giving off the dreamy and feminine vibes. This dress also features a daring plunging neckline that highlights your collarbone and curves. Not to mention, the frill accent definitely adds a romantic accent.


For this outfit, I teamed this dress with a gold accent choker necklace, a pair of gold statement earrings and a pair of black lace-up high heel sandals.


Dress: Shein | Necklace: Forever 21 | Earrings: Mango | Shoes: Charles & Keith


Eureka Skydeck: Best Place for Panoramic Melbourne Skyline


Watching skyline of different cities is always my ultimate favourite thing to do while I travel. Regardless it’s climbing to the top of a mountain or taking stairs to the top of a tower, we always seize every opportunity that provides a better angle of the landscape. Hence, when we were given the Eureka Skydeck 88 discount voucher, of course we will not miss the chance on going to this fantastic place which ranks as the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere, we knew it was a view we couldn’t miss.


After we have purchased our tickets, we took the speedy elevator which whisked us up the 88 stories in just under 40 seconds (pretty amazing huh)!

One ticket costs – $20 AUS

You could get your ticket – here



The Mornington Peninsula and Port Phillip Bay

The entire floor is full of thick and reassuring glass which allows you to see the entire city. From here, your could see the the coast of the Mornington Peninsula, Port Phillip Bay and mountains in the distance. Around the room, thirty viewfinders (and a few free binoculars) were positioned by the windows, identifying the many landmarks below us.


Melbourne Central Business District 

If you want a better shot without any reflection (and of course you’re not afraid of heights) I highly recommend you to go out to the outdoor terrace! If you’re going there during chilly weather, make sure you zip up your jacket as it can be FREEZING out there due to the heights and wind!


If you’re a sunset lover, I suggest you to check when the sun sets and go up there an hour before, so you could catch different views up there! This is the shot I took when the sun begins to set a little.

If you’re hungry while waiting the sunset, there is a bar that sells snacks and drinks. Grab yourself a cup of hot coffee and muffin and soak up the breathtaking views!



This shot is taken when the sun hits the horizon! Just look how breathtaking it is!




These shots are taken when the sun is below the horizon. Twilight is really a gorgeous brief moment. You can still some light visible in the sky due to sunlight scattering off the atmosphere.


And yes we waited until the dark has completely swallowed the entire city and the city is light up with lights (I can say all these views are worth that $20 we spent on the ticket)!

Yarra River

On our way back, we get to catch this scenic night view by the Yarra River!


Where to Find the Best FREE Views of Melbourne

Denim Jacket Lookbook (Not Your Typical Blue Ones)


No closet is complete without at least one denim jacket. And when I said that, I meant it as I have invested a few denim jackets in “50 shades of blue” and I love how they could make any of your look effortlessly chic. Recently I’ve got myself one denim jacket in black and another one in yellow. Hence, I think it is the perfect time to share my tips on styling these non-quintessential denim jackets!

***The yellow denim jacket & red striped top which I’m wearing are sponsored by Shein. As usual, I won’t be bias and all my opinions are truthful.

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For the first look, I teamed the yellow distressed denim jacket with a black crop top, a black and white gingham print skort and a pair of black pointed-toe flats. Since, I’m wearing a refulgent yellow denim jacket, i think it is best that I team it with neutral shades so that the outfit won’t look like they are all over the place. In addition, it also allows the yellow denim jacket to do the talking!

On a side note: The yellow denim jacket is pretty boxy and it is in a crop length, so if you wan’t something oversize, make sure you upsize it. The size I’m wearing is size L. And to be honest, the denim jacket is not that thick, so I don’t suggest you to wear it to beat the cold.

Jacket: Shein  | Top: River Island  | Skort: Zara  | Flats: Charles & Keith




For the second look, I teamed my black denim jacket with a red and white striped pullover (to add a pop of colour), a pair of black mom-jeans and a pair of white sneakers. I’ve got to admit black denim jacket is super versatile when comes to styling.

P.S I didn’t expect the quality of the red white striped pullover to be that good for the price.  It is thick and super soft, you could totally rock em when the temperature drops. Furthermore, the shade of red also turns out perfectly. Not to mention, the heart patchwork on the top also makes this pullover anything but boring!

Jacket: Uniqlo  | Top: Shein  | Jeans: Topshop  | Shoes: Adidas




For the third look, I decided to go monochrome// ALL BLACK. All black ain’t boring when you play around with different textures. For top, I wore a black basic tee. Then, I teamed it with a pair of black distressed skinnies. For shoes, I wore a pair of black sneakers with gold accent on it. I also wore a belt with silver hardware and carried a black mini crossbody with silver chain. Lastly, I added a pop of colour with my red beanie.

Jacket: Uniqlo  | Top: Zara  | Jeans: Topshop  | Shoes: Adidas  | Belt: H&M  |Beanie: Poler  | Bag: Charles & Keith