It’s a Coffee Affair @ Rendezbrew, TTDI

Rendezbrew has a relatively loud ambiance – loud with people’s chatter and laughter. Rendezbrew is a combination of the words ‘Rendezvous’ and ‘Brew’ as the owner, Daniel, and his co-founders were inspired to create a space where people can just come together and connect with each other.

Rendezbrew came about because we were just inspired by the human relationship through a cup of coffee. Rendezbrew is a place for people who just want to enjoy a good cup of coffee with good conversation. We encourage people to put their gadgets away and just rekindle with their friends and family at anytime of the day.”

Rendezbrew’s coffee menu 

Rendezbrew’s food menu

Lotus Chips and Corn Salad

For those who like an Asian touch to their salads, this is the one for you. Loaded with greens, couscous, thinly sliced crispy lotus chips and orange dressing, this is a light and refreshing entrée.

Homemade Mushroom Soup

Creamy and fragrant with a combination of white button and shitake mushrooms, this will warm your tummy up.

Homemade Mushroom Pasta

Another one for mushroom lovers! Super creamy, request your pasta to be cooked al dente as it would be a perfect pairing of the pasta’s springiness and its creamy mushroom sauce.

Seafood Marinara Pasta

A little watery for my liking, the Seafood Marinara Pasta is a decent serving of fresh seafood and lightly made bolognese sauce.

Signature Grilled Chicken

Signature Grilled Lamb

Both the Signature Grilled Chicken and Grilled Lamb use the same kind of marinade and dressing, a light and sweet honey sauce that’s savoured to perfection. I prefer the chicken though 😛

Chocolate Hazelnut Rocher

It looks devilish, but it’s not and it’s just the perfect dessert to end a meal. With a light chocolate chiffon cake dressed with hazelnut bits on top, it goes well with any type of coffee.

Tofu Cheesecake

A personal favourite, the Tofu Cheesecake with passion fruit jelly is to die for. I could have three of these on my own. The softness of the velvety tofu cheesecake texture saves the base’s hard crust.


Icleankicks is operating both in Singapore and Malaysia, with SG being the headquarters. The premium cleaning pop-up caters to cleaning and polishing, snapbacks, sneakers, bags, and many more. You name it!

Coffee peeps, here’s a treat for you. Visit Rendezbrew with your friends and family and mention the code RM5COFFEE to them to get any coffee for RM5 only! You’re welcome 🙂

Address: 11, Lorong Datuk Sulaiman 7, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: Tuesday – Saturday (9am-11pm)

Sunday (9am-6pm) CLOSED ON MONDAYS

Contact: 011-35921275


Forever a coffee fanatic ❤️,



Get your Cocktail On @ Crime Cocktail Bar, TREC KL

What’s a fun-loving girl without a good cocktail in her hand? I was invited to check out Crime Cocktail Bara new speakeasy bar in town right here in TREC KL. Its founder, Soulmaker Mixologist Kevin Lee, has won numerous awards throughout his 7 years of being a professional bartender. 

Some of his latest awards include Martell’s Rise and Above Award 2015/2016 and Bols Around The World (BATW) 2015/2016.

Modeled after “The Godfather”, the concept of Crime was inspired by the alcohol prohibition era back in the 1920s and the trickiness to find Crime is one of the most refreshing approaches a speakeasy bar in KL could have. Hidden away from the prying eyes of the public, it’s located just above Crave Oysters and Seafood House.

16114033_1829568483923612_5195752631056190875_nCrime Cocktail Bar’s founder, Kevin Lee


16174605_1829568470590280_1942813743121489065_nA cousin to the mojito, the Roselle Martini is made of Roselle jam, Beefeater Gin and lemon juice. This sweet and sour cocktail apparently helps with blood circulation, talk about the health benefits of alcohol!


The Tiki was one of my favourite of the night! Light and refreshing, it’s made out of banana, fresh pineapple juice, speculoos syrup, honey, lime and Kraken Dark Spiced Rum.


Jade of Thousand Layer was an interesting concoction of Puer Ginseng tea with Gin, Don Benedict and Chrysanthemum syrup. It was sweet and super strong.



If you’re craving for something that doesn’t tickle your fancy from the menu, feel free to request Kelvin and the team to whip you up something catered to your taste buds! After all, that’s what a speakeasy bar is all about. PS: Kelvin and his team loves challenges, so be daring!

Follow Crime on Facebook and follow them on Instagram @crimecocktailbar

They’re open daily from 6:30pm-1am (until 5am on Fridays & Saturdays!). They can be reached for reservations and enquiries at 03-21105664 during their business hours too.

Eat Only The Freshest @ Eatomo Food Co, Taman Desa

How did you celebrate your New Year? For me, every holiday starts with good food! I started my New Year off with good, fresh seafood at Eatomo Food Co! I was craving very badly for a pokebowl and spontaneously went to Eatomo to try theirs out.

file_007Fresh oysters laid out at the front entrance

file_000California Poke Bowl (RM21.90)

I opted to have my Poke Bowl without the spicy mayo dressing because I wanted to taste how fresh the ingredients were. Maybe it’s me as I would have preferred more if it was cold. It wasn’t really up to my expectations.

file_001House Ceviche with Guacomole (RM24.90)


A really light appetizer, the House Ceviche with Guacomole was alright – a bit bland for my tastebuds. It could have gone better with another side besides nachos. For those who are craving for something light, the House Ceviche with Guacomole would be a delightful snack.

file_004Oyster Promo – Different varieties of French and US oysters (RM7.90-RM14.90 each)


To my surprise, the oysters were fresh but they weren’t cold. Served with Tabasco sauce, they would give you a fresh, pungent kick 😉

file_005Small box of air-flown Norwegian Salmon (RM19.90)


Out of all the dishes I tried, this would be the BEST. I’m no salmon expert but I can tell that this box of loveliness derived from wild salmon. There’s also another size to the salmon box, the XL is about RM34.90 and it’s about double the size of the small box shown above. More salmon, more love 😍

There was some disappointment in certain dishes but I would come here again for their Sashimi and to try out their hot kitchen items like their Dons and Udons.

Till next time,


Don’t Die Yet! – “Laugh Die You – The Mob” 2017


Laugh your way to “Laugh Die You” this 11th February 2017!

Laugh Die You” had in the past 18 months successfully brought 12,000 people to tears from too much laughter. “Laugh Die You”, a direct translation of a Cantonese phrase, “siu sei lei”, which quite simply means “to laugh until you die”, is expecting at least 4,000 Malaysians to fill its venue. Growing successfully, “Laugh Die You” is back with its 4th installment, “Laugh Die You – The Mob“! This time, it features our uprising homegrown KUAH JENHAN, multi-talented actor/comedian MARK LEE and ‘local angmoh’ comedian MARK ATHERTON.

Laugh Die You – The Mob” will be featuring the multi-talented Mark Lee, who will be hosting and singing in English, Cantonese and Hokkien. Our own darling of comedy Kuah Jenhan – dapper, ‘leng chai’ with a smile and quick-wit that kills, to take on Singapore’s Asian-wannabe, multi-lingual travel-bug, Jonathan Atherton.

All this is happening on 11th February at the Genting International Showroom, Genting Highlands!




KUAH JENHAN, who’s formed the Malaysian Association of Chinese Comedians (MACC) along with Phoon Chi Ho and Douglas Lim in 2009, is a highly sought-after entertainer. His brand of humour and performance ethics has garnered the respect and accolades of some of the most experienced comics around. Tom Rhodes, Ronny Chieng, Nick Cody, to drop some names. Going beyond stand-up, Jenhan is also known for assuming different comedic roles and alter egos from time to time.

He has also performed two solo shows since 2011, and appeared at The Best of Malaysian Comedy in Australia last year. Jenhan is also a nominee for Perth Fringe World 2016 – COMEDY AWARD: ‘Like This Like Dad’ and ‘The 9th BOH Cameronian Arts Award – MUSICAL: Best Original Book And/Or Lyrics – Lat Kampung Boy’. His brand of humour and performance ethics has garnered the respect and accolades of some of the most experienced comics around. Tom Rhodes, Ronny Chieng, Nick Cody, to drop some names. Going beyond stand-up, Jenhan is also known for assuming different comedic roles and alter egos from time to time.

MARK LEE, a Singaporean Chinese comedian, actor, television host and film director. Lee is famous for, amongst others, playing the title role in Singapore’s Mediacorp Channel 5 television sitcom Police & Thief as Lee Tok Kong, Phua Chu Kang Pte Ltd as guest appearance Lee Kok Peng from season 5 until season 7 and in Mediacorp Channel 8 television sitcom Holland V as Su Hao. He also gained recognition for his work with Jack Neo and Henry Thia in films such as Money No Enough and Liang Po Po: The Movie and long-running comedy variety programme Comedy Nite. He made his directorial debut in the comedy horror film The Ghosts Must Be Crazy.

Having won numerous awards such as the coveted All Time Favourite Artiste award in the Star Awards 2010 and became the first host-cum-comedian to win the award as the previous winners were predominantly thespians. As such he will no longer be in the run for the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes awards in future Star Awards. Lee was also a line-up for Popcorn Studio’s Laugh Die You 2.5, a successful comedy event held at Genting International Showroom back in January 2015.

JONATHAN ATHERTON is a well-known comedian, an avid traveller having entertained people from TV shows, radio and on stage all over the world and now calling Singapore his home. Aside from performing club and theatre shows, Jon has also brought smiles to stressed out company executives and government figures. He has performed for Singapore Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Finance, Shell Oil, APC Shipping, Titan, Lamborghini, Pernod- Ricard, HSBC, Standard Chartered, Malaysian Australian Business Council, plus literally scores of Transglobal and local companies.

He also performs regular charity work for organisations such as Magic Bus (India), Red Crescent, Pawse for a Cause. Jon has shaped up the stand-up circuit in Singapore, helm of Comedy Club Asia and has built the market in Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia and Vietnam whilst building bridges across the entire Asian continent and the Indian subcontinent. He speaks a multitude of languages – Indonesian, Malay, Thai, Japanese, Swahili, Uganda, and German – just to name a few.

MICHAEL LEANER is a recording artiste from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Michael Leaner has collaborated and shared stage with many namely and renown local celebrities such as Amber Chia, Shila Amzah, Ning Baizura, Jaclyn Victor, Vince Chong and many more.

A charismatic crooner, he is well known for his emotive and soulful voice. Michael is one of the uprising and sought after singer-performer in the region. Often sought for singing appearances in prestigious events, he was specifically chosen to perform for the honorary presence of Tun Dr.Mahathir Mohamad and Siti Asmah during their wedding anniversary, and many other that follows.



For Malaysians, tickets are priced at RM308 (VIP), RM258 (Gold), RM158 (Silver), respectively and are available only at Resort World Genting’s website HERE

Early bird tickets are available at 15% discount until Jan 15th 2017, so hurry up and don’t miss out on this spectacularly hilarious combo of entertainers coming your way!

Check out Laugh Die You’s FB page HERE

Grabcar is at your service too! Get RM20 off per ride to and from Genting Highlands on 11th February 2017  with the promo code: GRABLDY

Ha Mi Ho Chiak? @ Armenian Street, Penang

Besides crowds and traffic jams coming from north and south, the end of the year gives everyone the warmest feelings. Filled with festive celebrations and school holidays, families and youngsters make road trips look like a breeze! 

I’ve been to Penang, Ipoh and Cameron Highlands – all in the month of December (definitely my favourite month of the year)! Despite going to Penang almost every year, I’ve never stepped foot into Armenian Street before. Penang is no doubt famous for its food; Armenian Street is well-known for its colourful commercialized street murals and they’re probably the best crowd attractions here.

We checked into Spices Hotel and it didn’t disappoint! As you can guess, the interior decor is inspired by local spices and each room suggestively has a different theme (although I beg to differ). If you’re looking for cleanliness, modernity and decor, this is the place for you. But if you’re looking for space, my 6 foot boyfriend and I had a bit of trouble with the level of comfort we had. 


file_0051We were also provided daily breakfast @ Urban Spice Cafe (in front of the hotel facing the main streets) with a few choices in the menu. It’s just so-so.

file_0071Coal-burnt Kuih Kapit – a popular local snack that’s usually indulged during Chinese New Year. If you like yours with lots of coconut milk, this friendly aunty’s Kuih Kapit should do just the trick!



file_005One of the cute street arts around Armenian Street




file_002Caffe Hanakomichi – Their signature coffee was a tad too strong. Literally couldn’t stomach it 😦

file_003Armenian Street is famous for its local heritage houses and buildings. Make sure to wander around and appreciate hundreds of years of history and the beauty of its architecture!


If you’re tired, fret not! Rent your own personal bicycle that comes in 2 pax and 4-6 pax. The real life still applies here though – only 1 person gets to drive. There are many different bike renters and prices range from about RM10-15 per head, so choose wisely!

When in Penang, one must EAT! 

file_006Kuay Teow Th’ng with duck blood, shredded chicken & pork/fish balls

file_0012Fruit Rojak @ Lebuh Keng Kwee

file_007Hot, steamy Muar Chee @ Lebuh Keng Kwee

file_000(From top to bottom) Penang Road Famous Chendul, Char Kuay Teow & Assam Laksa

Where are your favourite local hot spots for year-end getaways? 

Eating till there’s no tomorrow,


Finally got tanned! @ Krabi, Thailand

I’ve been wanting to go to Krabi for the loooooooongest time and I finally went about a month ago! Although there were occasional heavy downpours, I absolutely enjoyed every single thing that was on that island- except for the tuktuk rides that were ridiculously expensive! A 5-minute ride to town from the boutique hotel I stayed at can cost up to RM15 for 2!

Rants aside, I’ve gathered some pictures that I think are worth posting. It looks exactly like how I pictured Krabi to look like from online reviews and blogs and I couldn’t be happier any other way.

We chose a cozy and REALLY clean boutique hotel called Ancora Blu. Fairly new around Aonang, we decided to pay more for the room at the highest floor that comes with the mountain view. If you don’t mind climbing 3 flights of stairs up (yeah, there’s no lift), but a few bucks for the view was really worth the money.

It’s basically all fun in the sun for me in Krabi;

file_000The morning view outside my hotel room

file_0012Free breakfast is served daily from 7am-10am

file_003file_0073Aonang Beach


file_008On the way to Railay Island


file_0013Railay Beach





We stopped at a bar called Why Not Bar and met the nicest people on that island. I mean, who would let you eat in the same table as them when you’re hungry and actually wanted to order food? It was one of the best and warmest hospitality I’ve experienced anywhere else. 

file_0071Rested our butts at Why Not Bar by Railay Beach


file_0004Kayaking at Ao Thalane  


file_0022On the way to Hong Islands



file_0074I’ve definitely learned a very valuable lesson during my trip to Krabi – my 5 day 4 night trip is NOT ENOUGH! I’ve only managed to go on 2 day tours during my holiday and tours really take up your whole morning and early noon.

Tour packages are priced really reasonably so make sure that you don’t get scammed. One full-day tour should never exceed 1000 baht per person and if you’re lucky (like me :P), you’ll be able to get tours from a minimum of 550 – 750 baht.

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Banter ’em bargains & soak up all the sun,


Have A Break with Kit Kat! – KitKat “Chocolatory” Official Launch @ Mid Valley Megamall

Sorry for being MIA for awhile, work caught up and I only get to attend events that don’t clash with my 9-6 weekday schedule. Last Saturday, I had the privilege to attend KitKat’s very own first concept store!

#CREATEYOURKITKAT with chocolate selections ranging from white chocolate, milk chocolate and dark chocolate! Customers get to pick 3 out of a whopping 16 toppings available on the tabs available at the side of the store to create their very own KitKat bar.

This was super exciting for me because I love the concept of personalizing gifts – especially every girl’s favorite edible dream – chocolates!

file_0001KitKat, finally!

file_0011With my home girl that day

file_002 Look at how cute they all are!

kkc-launch-02Guest of Honour Duli Yang Teramat Mulia Raja Muda Selangor, Tengku Amir Shah ibni Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Al-Haj was invited to officiate the KitKat “Chocolatory” concept store together with Yang Amat Mulia Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Syed Anwar Jamalullail, Chairman of Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad; Mr. Alois Hofbauer, Managing Director of Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad and Mr. Sachin Goel, Business Executive Manager of the Confectionery Business Unit, Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad

kkc-launch-08Celebrity chef and Malaysian sweetheard, Anis Nabilah

kkc-launch-04Anis doing her KitKat chocolate making demonstration

file_000A few of the many great selections at the KitKat “Chocolatory”

file_004So fresh & good – The many types of ingredients for customary choices!

file_005 Sweet almighty, look at these!

file_006The Limited Edition “Banana Nuts Caramel Cluster”

file_008Already lost for words at how pretty they are

file_0021Good Lord, stop it.


Limited Edition “Café Latte with Cookies & Cream” 

Coffee lovers, this isn’t actually half bad! The “Café Latte with Cookies & Cream” was sweet with a crunch of chocolate cookies and a mild aftertaste of coffee grounds at the end. Definitely a great afternoon snack with of course, a cup of coffee to go with. Totally worth the guilty pleasure!

For those who are interested to get your very own personalized KitKat bar, do note that it takes about 180 minutes for your order to be prepared. Head on over to KitKat “Chocolatory” with the details below;

Lot F-007, Mid Valley Megamall (right behind Baskin Robbins)


< RM25 per personalized bar

< RM15 for freshly pre-made bars (Nasi Lemak recommended!)

FB: KitKatMalaysia 

IG: mykitkatchocolatory

Visit KitKat’s official website or 11street to order online, skip the queue and get it delivered to your doorstep – hassle-free!

Caffeine-Guilty! – 6 Types of Coffee Enthusiasts

Which One Are You?

I’ve been thinking about this a lot… more like everyday. Coffee is a newfound substance that I love to have, especially in the mornings. Like it or not, the coffee culture is here to stay and the trend has been lingering around for the longest time. In the past 5 years, cafes have been mushrooming like they were growing on fertilizers on steroids. It’s also no doubt that cafes are popular among youngsters and mind you, there are many types of coffee enthusiasts here and let’s find out which one you are!

The Instagram Addict

If you find yourself at the perfect corner of the cafe filled with natural sunlight, it will be an Instagram-worthy moment for you. Your feed is mostly on a VSCO theme and filters like ‘Valencia’, ‘Juno’ and ‘Moon’ especially when you’re feeling all black-and-white. Whether you crop your photos into an ideal sizing of white background at the sides or you’re just more into GIFs, if your Instagram is full of coffee photos, you’re an Instagram Addict.

The Foodie Blogger

You open your eyes. You’re wide awake. You’re hungry and when you’re hungry, you’ll be on a rampage – a food rampage! A Foodie Blogger will go hunt any cafe that’s newly popped up to try new flavours of (un)conventional food. If there’s a new cafe that serves a new salted egg yolk pasta and it’s causing a whirlwind in the (cafe) food world, Foodie Bloggers will be there ASAP to enjoy new food trends, take photos with their high-megapixel rated cameras and write their critics out on their blogs.

The Café Expert

You’ll be in charge of the camera, booking the venue, inviting all your friends, buying the birthday cake in advance, making secret events on Facebook and many other more reasons that will mostly get our heads spinning. And why are you usually the one planning all these? Because you know your cafés and you’re a Café Expert!

You’re a walking café dictionary because you know which exact café serves the best Red Velvet Cake and which coffee place uses the best Guatemalan coffee beans for that perfect cup of Mocha. If you find yourself with at least one friend’s birthday every month and there will be a celebration going on at their favourite cafés, you’re a Café Expert.

The Couple

Ahh, love is in the air… and it often lingers in a good café with coffee fragrance so strong, it probably makes you fall in love IN a café. Couples – especially those who are too busy to meet each other or meeting on a Friday for a sleepless night ahead – seem to love meeting up at café.

It doesn’t matter if the café has a quiet, jazzy ambiance or brimming with coffee patrons alike, meeting up with your significant other is a sign of love – for both the relationship and the caffeine, of course.

The Barista Aficionado

For Barista Wannabes, they don’t go to cafes often because cafes are practically their homes! They know the good stuff! Barista Aficionados care about what and how we like about our coffee so much, they probably make mental notes of their barista skills and progress or jot it all down on a notebook!

They are so enthused with the frothiness of Grade A milk and acidity of a shot of espresso, we should be thankful for their passion. Without Barista Aficionados, our coffee will not turn out just the way we like it!

The Real Coffee Drinkers

Now, if you’re a REAL Coffee Drinker, raise both your hands in the air! It doesn’t matter whether you have company or not, as long as there’s black coffee – you’re in! For those who can appreciate their coffee as black as night, you are truly a true coffee lover. *wipes tears in happiness & pride*

All about coffee,


Thirst Magazine presents Beer + Chocolate pairing @ Ales & Lagers, Publika, KL

To tell the truth, I’ve always hated beer. The immense bitterness and the bloating, gassy aftermath always makes me wonder, “How can anyone ever enjoy this, WARM especially?!” I’m thankful for this event as it totally changed the whole perspective of beer for me. And with chocolates? C’mon! Organized by Thirst Magazine, this intimate event was their first and was held at Ales & Lagers at Publika Shopping Gallery. The beers and chocolates were provided by Chocolate Concierge and Brewers’ Craft/Smith Street Taps.

Let’s get to the bottom of the ups, shall we! *sorry, lame pun*

We were first given an introduction of chocolate making and the differences in good vs bad chocolate by Ning from Chocolate Concierge. He explains that chocolates that give a bitter taste while consumption or aftertaste is a result of over-roasting the cacao beans used to make these chocolates. Over-roasting it means burning these beans and hence, the bitter taste.


Menu of the day

13043712_888906191218845_7833890924334857028_nTaken from Thirst Magazine’s Facebook

(Beer: From left) Red Chair NWPA (6.2% abv), Americano A Roma (6.8% abv), Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar (6% abv) & Stone Coffee Milk Stout (5% abv)

(Chocolates: From left) Ghana Origin Dark Chocolate Meltaway, Orange Zest Meltaway, Milk Chocolate Almond Rocher, Salted Caramel Slice & Mango Django 

After trying tiny 60%, 65% and 72% cacao samples, we were then given a little appetizer to start off the whole tasting event. We got to savor the Malted Hot Chocolate Espuma; it was a velvety rich Venezuelan chocolate paired with a dark malt, served warm. It was a wonderful drink to start off the tasting.


“Frothy, rich and oh-so-good” – Warm dark malt with Venezuelan chocolate


The first chocolate & beer pairing – The Ghana Meltaway was paired with Red Chair NWPA (6.2 abv)

The Red Chair is a pale ale with smooth, sweet caramel malt base and floral, citrus notes that smelled sweet and divine. Paired with the Ghana Meltaway, it really brought out both of its individual flavours. Don’t be fooled by the sweet-smelling Red Chair, it was a bit bitter for my liking.

Next was the Americano A Roma (6.8%abv) with the Orange Zest Meltaway. The Americano is a bready malt with light lemony taste and herbal aromas with a bitter finish. No pictures were taken here because this pairing was the one I enjoyed best.

The lemon hints from the Americano and the orange from the chocolate really complemented each other. Truth be told – I DON’T LIKE ORANGE CHOCOLATES but this one blew my mind away.


Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar (6% abv)

Listening from the crowd’s comments, some can taste the hazelnut in this, some can’t. It’s a brown ale with hazelnut extract that has a rich, nutty flavour with hazelnut aromas, roasted malt and sweet chocolate.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t taste the hazelnut but there was a very light hint of sweet chocolate. I’m a super huge fan of hazelnuts and this didn’t really tickle my fancy as I was looking forward to taste the hazelnut in this. The Milk Chocolate Almond Rocher was a sweet treat to end things with the Rogue.

The last pairing was the Stone Coffee Milk Stout with the Salted Caramel Slice. Many thought that the Salted Caramel piece was a bit too heavy to go with the stout and funny enough, it was wonderful with the Mango Django!

The stout was smooth, bittersweet and creamy while the mango-centered cream in the Mango Django burst with robust tastes of mango and passion fruit. Paired together, the stout’s taste mellowed and the sourness of the chocolate’s creamy fruity centre amplified – the Mango Django saved the day!

Definitely more chocolates for me!


Sweatin’ It Out @ Sweatspa with Ning Baizura

Yes, you guessed it. The gorgeous songstress is the new ambassador for the up-and-rising wellness brand, Sweatspa! I took the opportunity to attend Sweatspa’s media launching and Q&A for the opening of its latest branch at Atria Shopping Gallery, PJ.

*inserts fangirling moment here: NING BAIZURA IS FREAKIN’ GORGEOUS*

For those who aren’t familiar with the latest and safe infrared technology used in Sweatspa’s wellness centres, they utilize the medical grade Sunlighten™ Full Spectrum Infrared Therapy and it helps detoxifies the body. Sweatspa aims to help people gain health and beauty through doing nothing but SWEAT!

How is it different from regular saunas?

At Sweatspa, sweating is all about getting healthier; feeling and looking better! The difference with traditional saunas is that every cabin at Sweatspa uses the Sunlighten™ Full Spectrum Infrared Therapy with emphasis on safety, comfort, relaxing and rejuvenating the body at the same time.

Sit back and enjoy as anyone can enjoy Sweatspa. On contrary belief, saunas are not advisable for people with heart problems and/or high blood pressure but Sweatspa is completely safe due to its modern infrared technology!





For more information on Sweatspa, log onto to find and visit the nearest branch near you!

Sweatspa BSC 

S122, 2nd Floor, Bangsar Shopping Center,
285, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya,
59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone : 603 2011 6088
Fax : 603 2011 6088
E-mail :

Sweatspa Atria 

F41, 1st Floor, Atria Shopping Gallery,
Jalan SS 22/23, Damansara Jaya,
474000 Petaling Jaya,Selangor

Telephone : 603 77318248 / 6012 5306 088
E-mail :

Sweatspa Plaza Gurney 

170-04-80/85, Plaza Gurney,
Persiaran Gurney, 10250
Penang, Malaysia
Telephone : 604 229 1088 / 6012 475 2088
E-mail :

Sweatspa Too 

L2-05, Level 2, Gamuda Walk,
No. 12, Persiaran Anggerik Vanilla,
Kota Kemuning, Syeksyen 31,
40460 shah Alam, Selangor

Telephone : 603 5525 8788 / 6012 8388 322
E-mail :