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Ausotel Smart Baiyun Airport

July 11th, 2017 · Nobody Surrendered

Extremely lagging post. So many pending. Went to Guangzhou for the first time in April, for transit only. Ausotel Smart Baiyun Airport was recommended by a friend in Guangzhou. Not entitled to stay in Pullman so have to stay a slightly further away, it’s less than 3KM from airport *LOL*, they have free shuttle.


Left: Approaching…
Right: The bed and pillows were pretty comfy, just too bad couldn’t sleep too long as we had to rush to the airport very early in the morning for flight to Luoyang. It claimed that it’s soundproof but my colleague’s room wasn’t that soundproof. As for mine, I didn’t hear anything though.


Left: The rooms is surprisingly spacious. The toilet and shower are not combined so it’s great if you have more than one person in the room. The vanity area is open concept with all the necessary toiletries.
Right: The basic coffee/tea making facility is available.


Free WiFi is available. The hotel can be considered rather new in that area. Great for transit. If you need to catch early flight, they can prepare packed breakfast. I can’t remember what we were given, I only remember yogurt and apple ;p

Good thing there’s restaurant in the hotel. There is nothing much around though. It’s like a dead town at night.

The room rate wasn’t very cheap, it cost us almost RM400 per night inclusive of breakfast. Well… What to do… It’s the most convenient and decent place to stay so that we could catch the early morning flight without the rush.

Address: Intersection of Hang’er Road and 3rd Konggang Road, Southeastern Working Section of Baiyun International Airport, Baiyun, Baiyun District, 510470 Guangzhou, China

Categories: Going Places · Review It!

Kiss Me by Isehan Sunkiller Super Lasting Powder SPF 50+ PA++++

July 3rd, 2017 · Nobody Surrendered

Decided to try Kiss Me by Isehan Sunkiller Super Lasting Powder SPF 50+ PA++++ because there’s offer for it that time at Watsons. It cost less than RM40 after discount. Can’t remember the actual price.

Read the label and it sounded promising. Claimed to be able to let your face stay smooth and matte for at least 10 hours with sebum absorbing ingredients, prevent makeup from melting and caking. Pore covering and strong UV protecting also. It is formulated with Hyaluric acid and collagen Lipidure. All sounded so good!


There is no colour to choose, it’s suitable for any skin colour because it claimed to provide sheer finishing. Unscented as well.


If you are expecting coverage from this powder, you can forget about it. It doesn’t provide much coverage. What you see here is that I’ve applied a bit of Benefit High Beam Face Highlighter over it so the pigmentation on my cheekbone didn’t look too obvious. Even though it looked sheer and thinking that the colour of the powder might be very light but it’s a total opposite, the colour is quite dark.

I’m using it after sunscreen. The face do feel smooth, however the powder doesn’t sink into the skin, it’s “floating” on the skin. Just a gentle brush with facial tissue, you’ll get the stain on the tissue.

The powder is easily broken. I brought it with me in my hand carry on the previous trip, the edging broke. Quite fragile.

I’ve been using it for a month already. The only good thing I found is the sebum control part. My face is less oily even at the end of the day.

In conclusion, I won’t purchase this again. Going to try other face powder next round.

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Breaking Fast with Sarawak Energy

June 27th, 2017 · Nobody Surrendered

Was fortunate enough to attend the breaking fast event with Sarawak Energy last week at BCCK. Truth to be told, this is my first breaking fast event this Ramadan. How time flies. It’s now third day of Syawal. I’m lagging in posting. Just came back from a two days Miri trip on the eve of Syawal.

Sarawak Energy team was led by the Group CEO, Mr. Sharbini Suhaili, as a gesture of appreciation of support towards the media friends and stakeholders. At the same time, they also invited NGOs to join the event as part of their CSR programme.


“Duit raya” and new clothes were given to children of Rumah Seri Murni and residents of Rumah Seri Kenangan for Raya celebrations. Donations were also given.

Similar events were also organized in Limbang, Miri, Bintulu, Sibu, Sri Aman, and Lawas.

Categories: Public Events

Upside Down House Kuching

June 18th, 2017 · Nobody Surrendered

Have you been to Upside Down House Kuching? It’s located at the same row as Tune Hotel, opposite Hilton.

If you are looking for something fun with your friends and family, you can spend about 45 minutes here. Everything is upside down, the staff there will guide you and help you take photos. Unleash your creativity and have fun posing.

The space is basically designed and decorated as a house with 2 bedrooms, study room, bathroom, study room, living room, dining area, kitchen, and laundry area.



Basically you have to turned your photos 180 degree to see the effect. There you go! You have the power of spiderman! Hahaha…

Entrance fee is RM15(promo – RM12) for adult while children and senior citizen is RM10 (promo price – RM8).

Categories: Uniquely Kuching

Hotel Nuve, Bugis, Singapore

June 9th, 2017 · Nobody Surrendered

I stayed a night in Singapore back in December 2016. I went on Agoda in search for good location and affordable accommodation and stumbled onto Hotel Nuve in the listing. Located in Bugis, MRT isn’t far from it. The street was quite happening at night if you like night life.


The painting on the wall outside the hotel depicting the life of people in Bugis long time ago.


I chose the cheapest room as I only need it for a night for transit. The room I stayed was small with no window but clean enough. The bathroom was surprisingly spacious, shower and toilet in one space but no sink and partition. The sink located one platform away from the bed. The pillow was too flat however the bed was comfortable enough.

They do not provide bottled water but there is water dispenser is available at the lobby area but it’s cold. You can loan a glass bottle from them but it’s on first come first served basis. Meanwhile, they also have room to cater for disabled guest.


Left: The TV was just right at the end of the bed mounted on the wall. There is no cabinet/cupboard to store your things though.

Right: One good thing about staying here, they provide you with a mobile phone that allows you to make free call, go online, even allow you to bring it out with you and use it as your navigator. No worry about needing to get a SIM card for your stay in Singapore. WiFi available in the room too.

I booked the room at promotional price of over RM200, almost RM300 with no breakfast included. It’s Singapore, with our weak currency, so… What can you say? Price wise, it’s high for Malaysia’s standard, you can get very luxurious room at a 4 or 5 star hotel with that price in Malaysia.

In the morning, I just walked around the area before heading to the airport. Took some photos of the views around the hotel. Didn’t go far.



Overall, the hotel was OK but for the room I’m staying, I can only stay for a night, longer than that, I don’t think I can. The staff was helpful and friendly.

Address: 9, Jalan Pinang, Singapore 199141

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