Friday, April 15, 2011

KB Mee Stall (Night time)

If you come to KB at night and you are thinking what you want to eat. You can try to come here. :)

Location : KB Mee Stall (Not Simpur. It is right in front of Mum's Bakery in KB)
Price : Moderate (The Lamb Chop Cost around BND$12++ (Can' remember)
FYI : There's only one stall with the Ice Crusher (Green color thingy) on the outside. They sell steak only. You can try the Salmon fish too. If you order the rice set, it is much cheaper. (Food rating: 3.5/5)

Location : KB Mee Stall (Not Simpur. It is right in front of Mum's Bakery in KB)
Price : Moderate (The Kolo mee and Yong Chap cost ard BND$2++ each)
FYI : The plate size of the Kolo mee here is smaller if compare to other shop but it is definitely a nice kolo mee to eat. Do not forget to order the Yong Chap too. The fish meat is so fresh and good. This shop is facing the road. (Rating: 4/5)

Mr Ho's Fine Food Restaurant

Location: Near to 2020 Imperial Palace Hotel Miri
Price : Moderate (Lamb chop + drinks + mash potato cost around RM40++)
FYI : This restaurant serve pork. The food here are nice and not bad . Restaurant is clean and comfortable.

Below: Grilled Pork on the left and Mixture of Grilled Chicken, Beef & Lamb on the Right

Below: Lamb Chop with fries

Bacon Salad

You guys should check it out haha

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Paint ball Miri

First time going for paint ball in Miri, and its not bad. Its quite fun, pain, tired, hot, hungry and thirsty.

Location: Near to Imperial Palace Hotel, near to 2020.

The entrance.

The "Battle field".

Rules and regulations will be briefed before games begins. Alot of rules and some includes the way you hold the gun, not taking off the mask as long as you are in the field, etc.

The equipments.

Price: 10 players and it cost around RM80 per person (220 bullet person if I am not mistaken).

Number of Rounds : 50 bullets per round, so It can last around 6 rounds.

Useful Info:

1) Wear some cheap shirt, pants and shoe or buy coverall for better protection. It will not be very painful, but its pain plus it will make your clothing very dirty from the mud and paint. It's gonna spoil your shoe fast~

2) Remember to get a cap to give comfort when wearing the mask, to prevent the mask from slipping out and "clean" purpose, which I am not sure what he means by that.

3) They did provide us water tho but it is recommended to bring your own water.

4) There are toilets nearby, so you can actually pee or change your clothing there.

Although I only kena shot 2 times XD, One shot can end you in bruises.

Mine is not as serious tho. Too pro already..Can evade the bullets. :)

Friday, April 8, 2011

Han's Coffee restaurant

Today morning, I went for breakfast in KB. Since I have been working in KB for quite sometimes, I feel feedup with all the food here lolz.

Somehow there's this restaurant which I never notice before and they said this shop is famous for its Kue Teow.

Name: Han's Coffee restaurant

Location: Kuala Belait, Brunei
(Downstairs of Jolin restaurant, with a small shop right infront)

Tel: +6733-331753

Choices includes curry mee, chinese food, breakfast and lunch set.

Pricing: Moderate. (More expensive than usual mee stall)

The K.Teow~. Not as nice tho for me. So its rated at 2.5/5 (so so only)


Thursday, April 7, 2011

March-April 2011

I wanted to blog today because something awkward happen to me today.

Ring ring~
me: Hello?
Woman: Hi, May I speak to Sylvester?
me: Speaking.
Woman: Sylvester, this is Ms Goh. Congratulation on your new born baby!
Me: T_T~ Er..What!?
Woman: Congrats on your new born baby! Are you Sylvester?
Me: Yes but.....
Woman: Sylvester Sung?
Me: Nope, I think you got the wrong number.
Woman: (Paiseh/Malu) Ops~ sorry abt it.


Lol, I receive this weird call and well, I just think it is quite funny. Oh well, My heart does skip abit tho as I thought where on earth I have a child.

Its been one week on the new company and things have been going smoothly and nice?. I did make new friends and they are nice too. If no friends there, I think I will become crazy there with all the reading. Even if I am physically reading there, My mind is somewhere else. haha..

It has also been a week since I quit the HSBC job in Kb. Man. If you ever ask me " Do you miss the place?". No! I am never going to step in or miss that place but the people there are nice. Just the work sucks.

I went to this Sales appreciation thingy and I won BND$20 for Escapade. The thing is When I tapau the sushi back home, half of it is like ....rotten? or maybe not fresh or whatever and in the end it goes to the bin. Sad~ :(

Later I am going for a trial game haha.. Hope I can have some fun there later and Saturday will be going to miri for some personal event. Eventho I do want to go for the annual dinner, but well, Since I rejected it, so might as well go back to the plan.

I am not going to look forward to Sunday tho because its gonna be a torturing day and might as well be in pain for a week or so. Lets see how things goes by then. lol

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Let's Trek...& Explorers of the Unseen Treasure

Found this from Karen post regarding this Trek activity from TelBru. It does seem complicated because I still don't understand what kind of activity I will be doing lolz. Lets do this!

....The Adventure Continues!

TelBru Customer Event of the Year is Back!

To participate for Let's Trek:

  1. Form a Let's Trek team of 3 persons
  2. Complete Trekker's Card and submit to any TelBru Business Centers- For every $30 paid you will earn one chop, altogether you must complete 20 Let's chop and one endorsement stamp from our strategic partner
  3. Upload short video online - TelBru will call customer and provide further details

*Terms and Conditions Apply.

Good Luck,

Let's Trek Rangers

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Bad food which we should eat~

I was looking through the web and I found this stuffs that talks about food which we should not avoid. This goes especially to those fatty ppl lolz.

You can browse more at

1) Potatoes

The bad rep: Potatoes rank high on the glycemic index, which measures how quickly different foods raise your blood sugar. Foods with a high GI value tend to cause a higher spike in blood sugar—and in insulin, the hormone that helps glucose get into cells—which can be a problem for some people, particularly those with diabetes.

The good news: Potatoes are a good source of fiber, potassium and vitamin C. And unless you’re eating an absolutely plain potato all by itself, its GI value doesn’t matter. (It’s also worth noting that the glycemic index is an imperfect and controversial scale.) A high-GI potato becomes a low-GI meal if you simply add a little olive oil, because the added fat helps slow the absorption of the potato’s carbohydrates.

2) Chocolates

The bad rep: Chocolate has lots of fat, lots of sugar—and it tastes amazing, so it must be bad for you.

The good news: Dark chocolate contains flavanols, antioxidants that seem to have a blood-thinning effect, which can benefit cardiovascular health. And, recently, researchers in Switzerland reported that eating dark chocolate (1.4 ounces of it) every day for two weeks reduced stress hormones, including cortisol, in highly stressed people. But be sure to account for the calories (1.4 ounces delivers 235)—

3) Beef

The bad rep: Beef is full of saturated fat and dietary cholesterol, so people who care about their hearts should avoid it.

The good truth: Lean cuts of beef are a low-fat source of protein and iron, a mineral essential for getting oxygen from the lungs to cells throughout the body—and one many women (of childbearing age) are deficient in. There are many lean cuts of steaks: filet mignon, sirloin, strip steak, flank steak. If you can’t remember the names, pick steaks that are deep red with a relatively small amount of marbling—a fancy name for fat—to find lean cuts.

4) Peanut Butter

The bad rep: Peanut butter is super-fattening.

The good news: Peanut Butter is high in fat but that doesn’t mean it’s fattening. (Gaining or losing weight, and body fat, basically comes down to balancing calories.) That said, peanut butter is a concentrated source of calories, so you don’t want to go overboard. But you don’t need to eat tons to feel satisfied: just a tablespoon (90 calories) or two of peanut butter goes a long way. Plus, peanut butter provides protein and folate, a B vitamin important for the healthy development of new cells.

5) Eggs

The bad rep: A significant source of dietary cholesterol, egg yolks are off-limits for those concerned about heart health.

The good truth: Medical experts now emphasize that saturated fats and trans fats are bigger culprits in raising blood cholesterol than dietary cholesterol is. Plus, eggs are super-satisfying: in one study, people who ate a scrambled-egg-and-toast breakfast felt more satisfied, and ate less at lunch, than they did when they ate a bagel that had the same number of calories. Egg yolks contain lutein and zeaxanthin, compounds that research links with reduced risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness in people over 50