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Ethical & Sustainable Malaysia brands To Know About

As there are more people becoming conscious of sustainability, brands are starting to adjust their brand directions towards a more sustainable objective.

Sustainability in terms of products isn’t only about saving the environment, but sustainable in terms of human lives, assisting the local community and many more that helps our surroundings.

If you want to play your part in terms of sustainability, here are some brands, or slow fashion to look for in Malaysia.

Biji Biji

Biji Biji is an ethical fashion label that respects the environment. They are committed to pushing the boundaries and curate change in the fashion industry by transforming the alternative into the norm with their handmade fashion accessories and apparels. Their materials are selected meticulously from a range of industries, including those foreign and unique to the fashion world before transforming them into beautiful, functional, and timeless designs.

Their products are intentionally made using materials recovered at their end-of-life stage from a range of industries such as faulty seat belt webbing from the car manufacturing industry, deadstock vintage kimono from the Japanese textile manufacturing industry, tarpaulin banners from the advertising industry, and needle punch carpet from the event industry. 

Muni

Muni may look like a regular fashion product due to its minimalism concept, but what is unique is that they uses natural dye for their products’ colour.

Compared to using chemical dye which could be much easier and cheaper, Muni focuses on using dyes that are made from plants. And little that you can imagine is although it come from plants, it is not commercially planted to make the dye. Instead, it is made from collected dead leaves, barks, fruit skins and other parts of the nature.

We simply love its concept of minimalism, and yet full of magnanimous idea for the world.

Earth Heir

Earth Heir offers accessories like bags and jewellery handmade by over 100 artisans from refugee groups, indigenous tribes, and women’s cooperatives across Malaysia. 

They began with an appreciation for craftspeople and artisans, who spend years honing and perfecting their skills to create their finest art pieces.

By blending design, fair trade principles, training and enterprise, Earth Heir aims to raise the value and revival of heritage craftsmanship. 

Being part of the World Fair Trade Organisation, they are also transparent with their pricing and reinvest the majority of their profits to support the artisans and groups they serve. 

Xiapism

In 2019, the founders of Xiapism rediscovered the natural dye method using tannin pigment from the mangroves to create their products. Their products are created using 100% natural dye as they believe in allowing the nature taking its course, telling the story of a forgotten colour.

Inkaa

INKAA strive to create beautiful products by collaborating with artisans in Malaysia, while promoting the voice of selected artisans to their clients. Every one of their products is hand-signed by its maker and their individual stories are told on their website. The partners with marginalised communities and local artisans to produce all of their products, ensuring fair wages. We love how this Malaysian brand is committed to honouring artisans while preserving Malay heritage and culture.

It is a brand that celebrates people, and appreciates the power of storytelling. 

Sayang

At Sayang, the makers strive to be mindful at every step of the process, from design, sourcing, production, up until the packaging the customers receive.  Having mindful practices allow them to take a closer look into their existing industry and systems, and to discover new ways to be environmentally and socially conscience.   

With each season, Sayang’s aim is to expand their world in a way that is most natural and authentic to who they are.  The idea for Sayang was borne from a desire to create pretty, elegant pieces, but it has since become much more than that.

Sayang place a strong preference in natural fibres, including their labels and hang tags are made from post-consumer waste and are carefully printed in eco-friendly soy ink.  

The road towards sustainability is a long process, but they aim to strive to discover all the possible ways in contributing positively towards the industry as a whole.

There are definitely much more brands in Malaysia that creates impact for the environment and community which we have yet to cover all. Feel free to share with us if you know any of them.

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Travel

Coffee Table Books For You To Envison Your Future Travels

As long distance traveling and vacations have been halted this year and who knows when it will be considered totally safe again to resume enjoying our lives in different places.

While we can’t do any traveling yet for now, but we can have cool coffee table books and magazines that we can amazingly view scenic photos from all around the world.

Besides temporarily satisfying our lust for traveling, these prints can also be used as a guide to plan for our upcoming trip when the borders is open up again.

Monocle Book of Japan
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The popular international magazine publishes good books and guides of different countries as well. They have recently published a whole book about Japan.

This book is the culmination of years of reporting across the country by Monocle and it delivers a unique insight into the people, places and products that define Japan. Whether you’re planning a visit or simply curious, The Monocle Book of Japan will unpack the nation for you. 

Accidentally Wes Anderson
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Accidentally Wes Anderson tells the stories behind the most beautiful, idiosyncratic, and interesting places on Earth. This book travels the world and into your own backyard to identify quirky landmarks and undiscovered gems: places you may have passed by, others you always wanted to explore, and some you never knew existed.

Fueled by a vision for distinctive design, stunning photography, and unexpected narrative, Accidentally Wes Anderson is a passport to inspiration and adventure. Perfect for modern travelers and fans of Wes Anderson’s distinctive aesthetic, this is an invitation to look at your world through a different lens.

Drift Magazine
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Drift is about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit. Their collection of writers and photographers, alongside coffee shop owners, baristas, streetcart vendors, and patrons, capture a glimpse of what it’s like to drink coffee in a city at the time the magazine is printed. And each issue highlights a different city.

Escape by Gray Malin
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In ESCAPE, Gray takes his astonishing photography beyond the beach. Collecting breathtaking images, journal entries, and behind-the-scenes anecdotes, ESCAPE explores Gray Malin’s enduring drive to capture life’s joyful moments. These awe-inspiring images of exotic locales from around the world are a celebration of light, shadow, and absolute bliss. Whether trained on the snowy mountains of Aspen, the dry plains of Namibia, or the warm sun of Bora Bora, Malin’s sharp eye highlights the exuberant colors and striking forms that make each location so unique. And this collector’s edition has a limited print run of only 1,000 copies. 

Remote Places to Stay
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Another Escape
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Another Escape is an independent media company championing outdoor lifestyle, environmental stewardship and regenerative living. Through celebrating the stories of those inspired by nature, we encourage people to connect with the natural world in meaningful ways so they may become active stewards of our planet.

Do you have any other favourite coffee table book or magazine that you love? Share with us!

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Life

8 Ways to Keep Yourself Indoors by Doing Your Grocery Shopping Online

With the dangers of Covid-19 outbreak is still out there, it is best that we try to stay indoors as much as we can. On some days you can order food deliveries, and if some days you would like to cook at home and you do not want to step out from your home to do grocery shopping, you can do it online. To a certain extend, grocery shopping might still put ourselves to some risk of the virus, or maybe we may risk of not finding what we want in the store as it is out of stock. Here are eight ways we can do our grocery shopping through the clicks of our gadgets.

BANSAN PENANG

Bansan Penang is the old-newbie in the E-commerce space, offering groceries directly from a third-generation farm located on Penang Island.

Their service includes providing fresh vegetables through farm-to-table within the chosen delivery date to their customers. They harvest the vegetables daily to provide vegetables to every customer at its best condition. To expand their product range, Bansan Penang also source for vegetables from other reputable suppliers.

They believe in providing families with the freshest produce from their farm through the support of their farmers. Not only do they deliver the freshest produce, but they also offer quality, peace of mind and the family bond over fresh home-cooked food.

Shop Bansan at https://bansanpenang.com/

TESCO

Tesco, already a regular grocery outlet for most families in Malaysia, it is available via online shopping for quite some time already. They definitely have a variety of products to shop for, and don’t remember to look for their promotions and offers.

Shop Tesco at https://eshop.tesco.com.my/groceries/

SUNSHINE

Sunshine has been a Penang local brand name since decades ago, when it begins its store as Suiwah. It has now emerged as one of the biggest grocery stores in Penang, and moreover it offers cost-efficient products for Penangites.

Despite beginning their roots in the island of Penang, they are now delivering to mainland as well.

Shop Sunshine at https://www.sunshineonline.com.my/

BMS ORGANICS

If you are person who is very particular about organic foods, BMS Organics is one that offers delivery to your doorstep. With multiple chains across the nation, BMS Organics offer free shipping if you order more than RM100 and above. Not only that they offer groceries, they also sell health supplements, healthy snacks and many other organic products.

Shop BMS Organics at https://www.bmsorganics.com/

SIGNATURE MARKET

Also a healthy product store, Signature Market offers products from nuts, dried fruits, powdered beverages and many other grocery items.

Shop Signature Market at https://www.signaturemarket.co/my/marketplace/

HAPPY FRESH

Not exactly a store itself, Happy Fresh provides services to help you buy groceries from their selected partners. Among their partners include Tesco, Mercato, Giant, Mydin, Cold Storage, Aeon and more.

Happy Fresh serves as a personal shopper for you and makes the delivery to your doorstep.

Shop Happy Fresh at https://www.happyfresh.my/

MYFISHMAN

Get fresh seafood at an affordable price at MyFishman. They offer more than 50 types of fishes from the seas around Malaysia, fresh from the fisherman.

Shop MyFishman at https://myfishman.com/

REDTICK PLUS

RedTick Plus is also another option for buying your grocery online and get the delivery to your doorstep. Other than the normal groceries, they also offer organic products as well.

Shop RedTick Plus at https://shop.redtick.com/

What other grocery sites to you buy online? Share with us!

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Culture

Ways to say hello without touching each other

As the numbers of Covid-19 cases seems to not showing any signs of stopping soon, every community in every city needs to practice social distancing. And by practicing social distancing means that we should not touch each other to prevent any possible viruses from spreading.

In fact after more than half a year battling with the pandemic, many of us have been accustomed to the New Normal of doing things. That includes the way we greet when we meet people. Instead of the usual handshakes and hugs, we will have to opt for those that does not require touching.

Although some cities encourages fist bumps or elbow bumps, we are still touching each other by doing that. So how do we practice it while social distancing ourselves?

These are the few New Normal on how we say ‘Hello’ when we meet up.

Wave and Smile
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By far, this is the easiest and most conventional method of saying hello. You can do it from afar and people will get it easily. Even if you are wearing a mask, your the language of your eyes will tell the others that you are smiling.

Bow
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A traditional greeting in part of Asia especially Japan, Korea, China and Vietnam, bowing is not only a form of greeting, but also a form of respect and humility. Besides that it is useful in many ways, a person can bow to greet another person, to apologise or even to bid farewell. Although bowing can mean differently in certain country, it is relatively safe as it does not mean any harm.

Namaste
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The Namaste greeting is also used in many parts of Asia especially India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Thailand and Cambodia. The gesture is just as simple as putting your palms together and bow slightly. It also means a deep form of respect to others. If you aren’t sure whether it is appropriate to use it, you can always bow.

Hand on Heart
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The ‘hand on heart’ is known as a substitute to handshakes as we can see that many official meetings and events are using this specific gesture. You just have to put your hand on your heart as to acknowledge the presence of the person.

Besides, it is also quite common among Muslim women to practice this gesture in certain cities.

Salute
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Salute may be a sign used in military or the police force, but it can also be used by anyone. Simple as it is and with the same meaning in the military, it is a sign of respect.

Wakanda Salute
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A popular type of salute among the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) fans, it is made popular by the movie Black Panther.

Just make sure you don’t do it in business or official meetings, some rigid individuals might not be able to accept it.

To do it correctly, cross your arms to form a letter ‘X’ and let’s make the world forever like ‘Wakanda Forever’.

Finger Heart
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Made popular by Korean celebrities, you just have to put the tips of your thumb and forefinger together. But some people might misunderstand it as ‘money’.

Which of the gesture is your favourite one? Whichever way you may want to use, just remember that we still have to keep each other safe and distance ourselves.

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Culture

Let the Christmas 2020 vibes begin with Netflix films

It is the end of the year soon, and let us bring some holiday and Christmas vibes into our homes. Holiday films is always a good way to start brighten our mood and happiness, and we definitely have to do it at home this year, with Netflix.

Here’s some of the films with Christmas vibes for you to watch with your loved ones.

Dash & Lily

Opposites attract at Christmas as cynical Dash and sunny Lily trade messages and dares in a red notebook they pass back and forth around New York City.

Dolly Parton’s Christmas On The Square

Seasonal cheer comes to a screeching halt when a cold-hearted woman tries to sell her hometown’s land, regardless of the consequences of the people who lives there. Can music, magic and memories change her mind?

Let It Snow

In a small town on Christmas Eve, a snowstorm brings together a group of young people. Let is Snow is an American Christmas romantic comedy film directed by Luke Snellin and based on the young adult novel of the same name.

Operation Christmas Drop

Operation Christmas Drop is an American Christmas romantic comedy directed by Martin Wood. The film is loosely based on the real-life U.S. Air Force Operation Christmas Drop humanitarian mission.

Jingle Jingle: A Christmas Journey

An imaginary world comes to life in a holiday tale of an eccentric toymaker, his adventurous granddaughter, and a magical invention that has the power to change their lives forever.

Klaus

A simple act of kindness always sparks another, even in a frozen, faraway place. When Smeerensburg’s new postman, Jesper, befriends toymaker Klaus, their gifts melt an old-age feud and deliver a sleigh full of holiday traditions.

Holiday In The Wild

Jilted by her husband on the eve of embarking on an African safari, a woman travels to the continent alone where she meets an elephant conservationist.

The Christmas Chronicles

The story of sister and brother, Kate and Teddy Pierce, whose Christmas Eve plan to catch Santa Claus on camera turns into an unexpected journey that most kids could only dream about.

The Knight Before Christmas

A medieval English knight is magically transported to present-day America where he falls for a high school science teacher who is disillusioned by love.

The Princess Switch: Switched Again

When Duchess Margaret unexpectedly inherits the throne to Montenaro and hits a rough patch with Kevin, it’s up to her double Stacy to save the day before a new lookalike, party girl Fiona foils their plans.

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City Guide

Work from Hotel instead if you don’t want to work from home

The year 2020 has been a painful year for the travel industry especially hotels and accommodation provider. Travellers from foreign countries were not allowed, and even local tourists has been reduced due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is even worse when the number of Covid-19 case rises, which causes fear in people to travel outdoors.

Some hotels have chosen to stop their operations and closed down to prevent more financial damage to their company. Some management decided to adapt to the challenge and change their strategy.

These hotels have took the step to offer working spaces for people especially those who were instructed to work from home. But when we talk about working from home, we know there are always distractions from the bed, from the kitchen, the television, or sometimes family members themselves. There are times that we need a proper environment to focus on our job.

Here are the list of hotels that are providing working spaces:

Royal Chulan
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Royal Chulan in Penang as well as Kuala Lumpur is offering a Work from Hotel package at RM49 nett which starts from 7.00am to 10.00pm. That comes with free flow coffee & tea and as well as one set lunch or dinner. If you feel like working out in between, you can always hop into the gym for to break some sweat.

The Chow Kit
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Whether you want to work, eat or even take a power nap, it is only RM30 per day, from 9.00am – 7.00pm on weekdays. That includes a free-flow barista coffee, 30% off on food & beverages or if you decided to stay for a night, you’ll also get a 30% off for the room.

Pulse Grande Hotel, Putrajaya
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At RM35 nett and valid for 3-4 hours, you can work from hotel at Pulse Grande Hotel with free coffee and tea as well as a 25% off from their ala carte menu.

Grand Darulmakmur, Kuantan
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Grand Darulmakmur Hotel is also offering their hotel as workspace from 9.00am – 5.00pm from RM99 nett per day.

Grand Margherita Hotel, Kuching
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With RM30 nett per person, you can enjoy a working space in Grand Margherita Hotel, Kuching at the lobby area with a RM10 food credit and free flow of coffee/tea or soft drink.

New World Petaling Jaya
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You can experience a day use from 8.00am to 6.00pm working from hotel from RM160 at the New World Petaling Jaya with lunch, coffee/tea and even usage of the gym facility. With an additional RM25, you get to enjoy their breakfast set, or add another RM90 for an additional pax. And if you need to stay for a night, feel free to add RM90 for a room.

Thinking of working from a hotel now?

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Sustainability

Zero Waste Stores in Malaysia to consider if you’re practicing minimal waste lifestyle

Despite majority of Asians are not practicing a minimal waste lifestyle yet, the zero-waste movement has been growing steadily in the region, especially in urban cities where the awareness is higher regarding this issue.

With more and more people looking for waste-conscious products and lesser packaging, it is pretty obvious when more zero-waste stores and brands are growing.

Just in case if you decide to practice a zero-waste lifestyle or need to know more about what kind of products is more eco-friendly, you can visit these stores in Malaysia.

A Bit Less Bulk Store – Kepong Baru
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Go Bulk – Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya
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Nude The Zero Waste Store – Seksyen 19, Petaling Jaya
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The Hive Bulk Foods – Bangsar, TTDI, Intermark
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Seedy Zero Waste Store – Kota Kemuning
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Eco Genesis Inc – Sabah
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OWL Zero Waste Bulk Store – Penang
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Do you know any other zero waste stores? Let us know and share it with us.

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Garden

Relieve stress with plants and greens

As 2020 comes to an end in approximately two months time, we have experienced a rather stressful year with the whole world struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic. The outbreak not only created a fear of health hazard; but also economical and mental concerns. Layoffs by some companies caused many people to be jobless. Those who work from home have to balance the struggle of managing both work as well as their families. Being locked up at home for weeks and months just adds more stress to ourselves.

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Many people have resorted to different types of activities in hopes of reducing their stress and growing positive vibes in their home. You can guess it, plants are considered as one of the alternate forms of therapy that could help us relieve stress and anxiety.

And that, the experts called it horticultural therapy.

What is horticultural therapy?

Horticultural therapy can be formally defined as the professional practice of using plants and gardening to improve mental and physical health.

Certified horticultural therapists work with patients from different ages and backgrounds to help them improve memory, cognitive abilities, task initiation, language skills and socialisation. In physical rehabilitation, horticultural therapy can help strengthen muscles and improve coordination, balance and endurance.

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Horticultural therapy techniques vary from simple activities such as walking through the garden or park, learning how to arrange flowers, watering the plants. Or it could be a gardening activity that needs more involvement such as planting your own garden, experimenting with propagation or pruning and wiring to craft bonsai.

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Want to know more about plants and gardening, follow this section of the Scapes and we will explore more about plants, gardens and how to make our place greener.

The writer is a part-time gardener who loves to explore with plants and drinks. If you like to see more of his plants, you can visit his instagram account @_thirstygardener

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11 Mookata Spots in Penang that You Shouldn’t Missed Out

Mookata is originated from Thailand. It means pork skillet in Thai. In general, it is a combination of Korean BBQ and Chinese hotpot. In other words, you can grill and cook your favourite food on a 2-in-1 pan. Struggling in choosing BBQ or steamboat? Why not have both together? Check out these 11 mookata spots in Penang! 

  1. Bangkok Garden

Bangkok Garden offers Thai steamboat at a very reasonable price. The set includes basic mookata items such as meat, meatballs and green. Bangkok Garden BBQ is not air-conditioned but you may enjoy the sea breeze while enjoying the food.

  1. MOO – Kata Village Original Thai BBQ Steamboat

This popular mookata spot is located at Butterworth. It is a great place for gathering and amazing food. For instance, each pot comes with a set that has meats and vegetables together. Meanwhile, the overall price is pretty reasonable.

  1. Mookata Thai Traditional BBQ Steamboat (1997 Restaurant) 满窝大
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This mookata is located in a coffee shop. Nothing fancy, but you can just chill and grill. This neighbourhood mookata is very popular among Penangites. In addition, the price is very wallet-friendly. 

  1. Prik Ki Nu

Prik Ki Nu not only offers charcoal-heated Mookata, but also traditional Thai barbecue as well as Chinese-style hotpots. In addition, their signature dishes such as Grill Thai Salted Fish, Thai Naam Sausage and Deep-Fried Chilli Fish are must-try items too. 

  1. Rim Tha Non Mookata

This is yet another popular spot for mookata. Rim Tha Non serves a variety of fresh ingredients for the steamboat. It is one of the best places to enjoy grilled pork slices, fresh hotpot and call it a night.

  1. SiamLoh Mookata 小泰锅

SiamLoh Mookata previously was known as Sawadeekrap Mookata. It has now moved to Jalan Bukit Dumbar. The set meals are very valuable as they come with a variety of fresh ingredients. Furthermore, it’s also a great place for friends and family gatherings.

  1. Sun Village Mookata Buffet & Catering Buffet 阳城泰式烧烤自助餐

This is an outdoor mookata buffet located at Pahang Road. The Thai steamboat uses charcoal, hence, the food is more delicious. Besides, the fish head soup broth is highly recommended. Meanwhile, the price is reasonable too.

  1. Tao Kae Noi 小老板泰式火锅

At Tao Kae Noi, you can grill the meat together with a piping hot broth steamboat. It is located at Siam Road. This is a great place for charcoal mookata, even late at night. Moreover, the price is at average level. Hence, it’s quite popular among the younger generation. 

  1. Tha Chang Mookata & Seafood
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Tha Chang is located at Gurney Drive. Besides the authentic mookata, they also serve Thai food such as Stir Fried Basil with Minced Pork, Moo Ping and more. One of their specialities is the “cheese ring” that is quite similar with Korean BBQ.

  1. Thai Palace Mookata 小泰阁

It is the most Instagrammable mookata restaurant in town. It’s interior is inspired by Bangkok double-decker seating. They packed plenty of wooden furniture into a climbing frame-like arrangement whereby diners sit above one another. Moreover, they offer a variety of steamboat ingredients. 

  1. The Pink Elephant Thai BBQ & Steamboat

The Pink Elephant is located at Karpal Singh Drive. It is buffet-style mookata where you can enjoy a variety of fresh ingredients at an affordable price. Remember to try out their signature marinated pork slice because the sauce is homemade with a secret recipe.