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Sunday, 16 October 2016

The Last Exit E11 and Outlet Village Mall

Had a great last weekend. There was a new awesome Outlet Mall in Dubai. The Outlet Village, Jebel Ali. Unique mall with interesting interior designs. Also adjacent to upcoming massive theme parks. Before heading there we dropped by one cool place for brunch. The Last Exit E11.

The Last Exit

E11. Delicious Food Truck Street Food. Conveniently available after interchange 11 on Sheikh Zayed Road direction to Dubai.

Outlet Village

Love the concept of the Outlet Village. Contemporary. Feels like those beautiful building on the mountains built of bricks and woods. The selection of retails are quite good and the offers are really interesting too. Definitely better than the old outlet mall in Dubai.

Arabic Dessert
Just Chilling

Another great weekend. Next up, #Truckersdxb is here!

Friday, 7 October 2016

3 Prominent Benefits of Motor Home Ownership

A high-end motor home may prove to be one of the wisest investments you ever make. Travel enthusiasts who love hitting the open road can benefit tremendously from motor home ownership. Not only does a motor home enable avid travelers to take more trips, it provides countless on-the-road moneysaving opportunities. If you’ve been weighing the pros and cons of investing in a motor home, the following perks may help sway your opinion.  
1. Saving Money
While it’s true that many motor homes carry high sticker prices, you shouldn’t allow this to crush your dreams of RV ownership. In actuality, a motor home will quickly pay for itself – particularly if you do a fair amount of traveling. For starters, having access to a fully-loaded motor home ensures that you’ll never again have to stay at a pricey hotel. Secondly, the kitchenettes found in most motor homes enable you and your family to make home-cooked meals, thus saving you the trouble of constantly eating at restaurants. In other words, a motor home may represent a tremendous short-term expense, but it’s guaranteed to facilitate long-term savings. To find a great deal on a new or used motor home, pay a visit to www.mcgeorgerv.com. 
2. More Trips 
It’s no secret that going on vacation can be expensive. In fact, hotel fees and restaurant stops eat up the bulk of most families’ travel budgets. Because of the enormous expenses synonymous with family vacations, most families only take one trip a year – if that. However, as previously stated, a motor home can wipe out both of the aforementioned expenses, effectively freeing up the funds needed to take more trips and affording you the luxury of making those trips longer. 
3. Pet-Friendly 
Kennel fees are another prominent expense associated with family vacations. To ensure that their pets are well cared for in their absence, many families board them at kennels. Depending on the length of your pet’s stay, the final bill can be awfully pricey. Conversely, families who own motor homes can easily bring their furry friends along for the ride. Since most hotels don’t allow animals, bringing pets on road trips is usually out of the question, but with a motor home, families are free to set their own pet policy.  

Travel aficionados with a passion for road trips would be wise to consider motor home ownership. If hitting the road in style and comfort is what you aspire to, a motor home represents a solid investment. 

Friday, 30 September 2016

The City Walk and HubZero

Hi Guys!

Was a pleasant day today. Sunny but not too hot. Today we will be hanging out with Jon and Ben again. This time we are going to the City Walk. Lovey place. Huge area, interesting contemporary and natural lighting interior design. With variety of luxury retails and high rating restaurants.

The City Walk
Kidzania Bus!

Well, we were practically bored and just needed something to do.. haha. We chilled and walked around the City Walk. Had dinner at The Butcher Shop and Grill. Then we headed to Hub Zero! Live The Game!

Hub Zero, Live the Game!

Hub Zero. One interesting indoor entertainment where you will be entering a universe where the real and the virtual worlds collides. Using cutting-edge virtual experiences that bring video games to life through advanced and innovative tech. Created in partnership with leading game developers including Electronic Arts, Capcom, KONAMI, Microsoft and Square Enix.

Location : HubZero, Citywalk, Dubai
Opening Time : 10am/12pm till Midnight
Recruit Pass - AED 160
Access all attractions once.
Master Pass - AED 210
Unlimited Access to all Ground Floor Attractions.
Hacker Pass - AED 260
Fast Pass, Unlimited Access to Ground Floor Attractions.
Child Pass - AED 95
Valid for Plants vs. Zombies Tiny Track Racers and Double Agent.
Parent Pass -  AED 55
AED 55 credit can be redeemed on Ground Floor Attractions, F&B and in Cache Point.

Ben Getting Excited

Here you see famous games separated to their own game cabins. 

Such as Battlefield where you work as team to annihilate the enemy on this top mission. 

FF7 Escape from Midgar where you will experience a 3D immersion tunnel featuring an omni-directional motion platform where riders join the main characters in their escape from Midgar. 

Resident Evil where you will have 3D glasses and laser guns to take down zombies inside the umbrella corp lab. And many more.

Resident Evil Game Station

My favourite will be Gears of War. Entering the training ground of epic battle between good and evil. Where you shoot the other team with our laser guns to get points and capture the box for additional points. Similar with laser guns.

Penalty Kick Competition!
She Scores!

The Hero Zone was pretty fun experience. Where we do an ariel rope course, climbing walls, high-rise leap of faith and etc that will test your limits. Definitely not for the faint of heart! I definitely had a hard to climbing the walls... my weight...


Our last stop was HyperDrive. Four high-tech single seater driving simulators as close as it gets to the real thing. Great thing we had four person. I won! :D 

Overall it was a great experience. However, i do believed most of the games could be made better, with more thrill and excitement which was lacking on most of them.

Monday, 26 September 2016

Chilling and dining at Atisuto, Galleria Mall

Quite a boring 5 days public holiday. We didn't plan much. Budget flights were sold out. Weather was hot for outdoor activities. Some buddies headed back to Malaysia. Went to Abu Dhabi to catch up with Jon and Ben. And both of them came to Dubai to catch up with us. Damn. 

Emaar Logo

Went shopping at Dubai Mall. Always a great place to spend time. Love the Burj Khalifa lighting effects.

Gold Strips

This light effects was my favourite. Looks elegant.

Bubble Pops

This one was pretty catchy. There were numerous designs. Was really impressed how technology have came this far.

Dubai Mall Fountain

Had a peaceful stroll outside of Dubai Mall. Overlooking the Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.


Well this beautiful glory fountain was my favourite inside the Dubai Mall. Also jokingly named the "suicide fountain".

Dining at Atisuto

After lazying around Dubai Mall we headed to the Galleria for dinner. Japanese night.

Location : Atisuto, The Galleria
           Al Wasl Road,
           Al Safa, Dubai

Time     : 10.00am to Midnight
Tel      : +971 4 343 6303
Cuisine  : Japanese

Rating   : 4.0/5.0

Critics  : Was impressed on the overall presentation of the place and food. However. Pricey. Flooding Katsu curry (AED56) in a bowl of rice and quite spicy. Teriyaki Salmon (AED56) was fine only.

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