When I was 7 months pregnant I went to Pangkor Laut for some r&r and it proved to be worth every ringgit spent. Now that little baby is with us, we decided to go back and visit. We were not disappointed as the quality of their service was still as good. A pleasant surprise was that they changed their menu to keep returning guests entertained with new selections. Our baby was 6 months old and we stayed at the beach facing villa which is the most recommended for couples with baby strollers. If you are a Singapore or Malaysian resident, it is super worth it if you take the resident package which is accommodation plus food all inclusive. I would definitely recommend to all expats who are in need of a short 3 days 2 nights break. It us a short 3 hours drive from KL and when you reach the jetty, another 30 minutes by boat. My 6 month baby enjoyed the trip and so will you!!!
Summer in France was superb and now we are back in KL after 2 glorious sunny weeks. It makes me wonder what happened tithe deal of Paul bakery, a super nice bread and patisserie place from France. A year or two ago, I saw the Paul signage put up at The Gardens and at Pavilion. That got me really excited and waiting, waiting. After a while it just disappeared! I guess the business deal dissent push through. How sad. Would be nice to have something like this in KL. The picture here is the Paul branch in CDG airport Paris.