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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Dylan at Canton I, Sunway Pyramid

Another makan place at Canton-I restaurant ...
  • Me and Yve just can't stop thinking of the char siew from Canton-I restaurant ... really got addicted to it.
  • Oh yes, I love their chinese tea there too ... always served hot with strong tea fragrant ... feel very smooth when you drink or sip into ur mouth.

  • Of course we try their other dishes and not going for the same dish again ... but of course must have the char siew in our menu.
  • I would say their other side dishes taste good too.

  • Me and Yve got thought that we should bring this food into Australia ... we start our day dreaming chat again.
  • Cause we saw the dim sum restaurant in Sydney was overwhelming and packed with people.
  • I dare to bet if we manage to open one similar restaurant like Canton-I at Sydney ... we can be rich ... hahaha.

  • Back to reality again ... we end up as customer at the end ... of course, eating here is ain't cheap ... ready to spend more than RM 50 depending on your order.
  • My stomach feel satisfied and full again ... Happy Sunday weekend to everyone!

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Dylan pooing and sit up

Train to poo in the poo bucket ...
  • Since Dylan born in the first month, the confinement lady trained Dylan to poo in the poo bucket 'tam tong' ... of course he cried very loudly at first and feeling uncomfortable.
  • Now in nursery, they trained him to poo in the bucket too ...
  • Now at home, we train him too and he is ok and doesn't cry already.

  • Now Dylan is very active...crawl backwards, roll over both sides and turn his body 360 ...
  • I can imagine my life when he starts to walk and run ... will be busy chasing him.

My personal life update ...

  • Been really busy with work lately and attending farewell party ...
  • Really sorry for my late reply on your comments.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sister Treat @ Sam You Restaurant

Family Gathering ...
  • Because of my sister short trip back to Malaysia, she organized a dinner to group all the Tay's family members to catch up.
  • Sam You is a really old & famous Chinese restaurant located in PJ New Town.
  • This is my second time to this restaurant and I love their food actually.

  • As usual, it is packed with people during dinner time. We have to wait quite a while for the food to be served.
  • No food pics cause me busy handling Dylan ... he got fever due to vacinnation on that day.

  • First time I got to know my sister is so generous to treat .... the cost of the dinner is RM 1.7k after tax.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

New Leather L-shape Sofa

Arriving this week ...
  • After few weeks without sofa at home ... it is really suffering that I don't have a proper sofa to sit and watch TV.
  • Finally, because of Lorenzo 50% discount promotion, it is affordable for me to purchase a Lorenzo full leather sofa.

Below pic: This is the color I have chosen....
  • Went to this Lorenzo outlet at Taman Paramount ... the service by the sales girl was friendly and good.
  • Hahaha, I like their theme, Living Starts Here, in my thought, I never thought of getting a branded and expensive furniture before ... like I say, because of the 50% discount promotion.

  • This is the L-shape model sofa which I am getting, of course with different color.
  • I've chosen brown color.
  • I like this this sofa the moment I sat on it...super soft and comfy ... nice for me to jump on it and sleep on it.

This is the model I have chosen ... nice and comfy ...

  • With the sofa purchase, I have few free items which is Wooden CD holder, Leather Cleaning Kit, calendars and red ang pow packets from Lorenzo ...

  • I walk away as a happy customer with big hole in the pocket ... damn.... Make sure DiGi bonus is good enuff

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Magnetic Mosquito Screens and Home Window Tinting

What is a young mosquito called?

  • Answer: A young mosquito is called a nymph, wriggler, or tumble
  • Damn, I also don't know that ...
  • Anyway, not to say my place lots of mosquito or insects, just because we have been putting Dylan to sleep alone in his own room for last 3 months, we hardly open his room windows as we are worried got insects came and sting him while he was asleep.

No worries on the gaps between your grill and window frame, they will fixed and cover with the filler.
  • Finally, we decided to install the magnetic mosquito screens as one of my good friend - Edison Ng recommended me as he did for his house.
  • You can find many DIY mosquito screens in hardware shop or Tesco / Giant ... if you have the confidence to DIY by urself, go ahead.
  • I would say very good workmanship by the supplier and very easy to maintain as well.
  • Now me and yve can sleep in peace with Dylan's room windows open widely at night.

Home Window Tinting

  • From the same supplier of the mosquito screens, we did window tinting for my whole house to make my house feel much cooler.

  • We choosen Green color = Green House .... Save The Planet mah ...

  • As a result, my house looks dimmer in the day and feel much cooling than before.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Another great fall @ home

Yve's Injury during Spring Cleaning ...
  • We have started our house spring cleaning prior to Chinese New Year ...
  • How the incident happened?
  • I was playing with Dylan at the living room while Yve is cleaning the kitchen.
  • Suddenly big 'boom' sound and me and Dylan got shocked ... I saw Yve lying down on the floor ... gosh, quickly rush to the kitchen ...

  • Omg, saw her leg stuck in between the chair with the sharp edges and her leg bleeding.
  • Already adviced her to use ladder but very stubborn not to listen to my advice and this is the end result for not avoiding home safety.

Top pic: Re-construction of how Yve's leg step on top of the chair ... Bottom pic: After cleaning the injury and blood with Dettol ... saw the injury lines very clearly ...
  • Ensure safety before you clean or climb anything in the house ... else you will end up like above.
  • In another words, the husband should do the cleaning while the wife take care the baby ... in the end, I am a bad and guilty husband for now .... :(

Sunday, January 24, 2010

96 Celcious Cafe @ Bandar Puteri Puchong

Wish I could bring my DSLR to take the food pics ...
  • This is my most recent favorite cafe for food and coffee ... most importantly is the taste and the price is reasonable.
  • Imagine you have a set of main course meal + free drinks with wide variety just from RM 7.90 to RM 12.90 ... here is the cafe I wanna recommend.

  • Yeah, brought Dylan there since he can play by himself and watch us eating ...

  • My favourite ... Nasi Lemak Curry Chicken ... once u tried it, let me know if my recommendation is bad or good.
  • I must say thumbs up ... sambal, nasi lemak, curry chicken and the egg is so yummy n delicious ...

  • If you think Pappa Rich Cham and Oldtown Cham is nice ... wait till you try this Nanyang Cham by this cafe ... different taste totally and u will like it ...

  • This is my another favourite dish - Fried Nyonya Mee ... not dat spicy thou it looks very spicy ... but the fried noodles is just so nice and hard for me to describe it.
  • Me and Yve tried most of their food and so far taste good.

  • Even Dylan enjoy and feel comfortable with the ambience and environment.
  • Oh yeah, it is WiFe (wifi) enabled with 2 Mbps ... cool place for me to work @ if I am not in the office.

  • Till then, another nice new food outlet found in Bandar Puteri Puchong.
  • Happy Sunday weekend ...

Friday, January 22, 2010

Me and Dylan with our Alien's Head

Yve's Idea ... We are the whitemouse ...
  • Din know Yve is good in folding the towel to a head wrap ...
  • We were at home resting and lying down on the sofa while Dylan was playing with the towel and suddenly Yve came and took the towel away and fold the towel to a ear plug shape ...
  • She wear it on Dylan first ... then suddenly she folded one for me too ...

  • Alamak, looking at the picture...he looks so cute and innocent ... GERAM-nyaaaa...

Like Father & Son ...

Thursday, January 21, 2010

You Can't Win Wif Women & Be Smarter than them

  • Think Husband can be Smarter than Wife

    This really happened when I was about to make the decision to buy Honda Civic. Me and Yve was discussing about the downpayment and monthly loan payment. So I came up with this brilliant idea (business minded) ... here is the conversation

    Via: About the car money, I come out with my money to pay the downpayment and you pay the monthly loan payment.
    Yve: Why?
    Via: Cause monthly loan payment is cheaper than the one lump sum downpayment.
    Yve: *thinking a while* Wah...u smart ohhhh!!
    Via: Hehehe.
    Yve: Monthly loan payment need to pay for few years and you pay 1 time only!!!


    A couple drove down a country road for several miles, not saying a word. An earlier discussion had led to an argument andneither of them wanted to concede their position. As they passed a barnyard of mules, goats, and pigs, the husband asked sarcastically, 'Relatives of yours?' 'Yep,' the wife replied, 'in-laws.'

  • W O R D S

    A husband read an article to his wife about how many words women use a day... 30,000 to a man's 15,000. The wife replied, 'The reason has to be because we have to repeat everything to men... The husband then turned to his wife and asked, 'What?'


    A man said to his wife one day, 'I don't know how you can be so stupid and yet so beautiful all at the same time.' The wife responded, 'Allow me to explain . God made me beautiful so you would be attracted to me; God made me stupid so I would be attracted to you!'

  • The Silent Treatment

    A man and his wife were having some problems at home and were giving each other the silent treatment. Suddenly, the man realized that the next day, he would need his wife to wake him at 5:00 AM for an early morning business flight. Not wanting to be the first to break the silence (and LOSE), he wrote on a piece of paper, 'Please wake me at 5:00 AM.' He left it where he knew she would find it. The next morning, the man woke up, only to discover it was 9:00 AM and he had missed his flight. Furious, he was about to go and see why his wife hadn't wakened him, when he noticed a piece of paper by the bed. The paper said, 'It is 5:00 AM. Wake up.' Men are not equipped for these kinds of contests.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Repotting My Bonsai, my favourite plant

New soil and pot for my bonsai plants ...
  • Gardening is one of my hobby actually during my weekends ... I love Bonsai plants a lot ... cause they are tough survivor and live long and easy to maintain ...
  • I never to repotting for almost 2 years and it is time to give my bonsai plants some new fresh soil and pot. Here are why repotting is so important to bonsai plant.
  • Regular repotting of your bonsai to replace important nutrients, 'stale soil' and allow for new root growth is vital to your bonsai's health and growth. Generally, the trees should be repotted at a time when they are most dormant - such as late autumn to early spring, so that they are subjected to the least amount of stress possible. Young or small bonsai require repotting every two or three years, and older and larger specimens less often.
  • You can tell that a bonsai needs repotting if water takes a long time to drain through the soil or if the roots are crowding around the sides.

  • To repot, carefully lift the tree out of its current pot by tilting it to one side and trying to move it by the base of the trunk. You can not pull too hard on the trunk - so if this does not work, try tapping the pot with the side of your hand to loosen the rootball or poke a stick through the drainage holes and 'push' the rootball out. Next, using a chopstick, knitting needle, metal hook or similar, remove any moss or accent plants and carefully try to brush and untangle the roots. Start at the edge and gradually work around. Try to 'comb' and 'tug' rather than to 'pull' at the roots - for risk of damaging or tearing some very important main roots.
  • After this has been done - continue to shake and brush off the soil until about one third to half of the original soil has been removed from the edge and base of the rootball. It would now be a good idea to spray the roots with water to ensure that they do not dry out and so that they will not have too much soil on them when it comes time to pruning the roots.
  • To prune the roots, use very sharp cutters. There are bonsai root pruning scissors commercially available, however you could just use a normal pair of bonsai clippers or secateurs. If you have washed away most loose soil the scissors will stay sharp, but if they have to cut through soil as well as the roots - they will become blunt very quickly and require sharpening. Start by cutting the thick, old brown roots that have come close to the edge of the pot and are restricting the growth of the young 'feeder roots'.
  • Remove a third to a half of these - being careful that you do not remove too many feeder roots in the process. Next, prune the thinner roots which hang below the depth of the pot by trimming them all into a suitable shape that the pot will accommodate. This should be a shape that fits comfortably into the pot with a 1-2 cm (1/2 to 3/4 in) space between the edges.
  • The demanding part of the repotting is now over - if you think that you've cut too many feeder roots off, the tree will be disadvantaged but you probably will get away with it - as new roots will grow from the cuts.
  • Clean the original pot thoroughly or select a new pot that is more suited to the tree and cover the drainage holes with simple wire mesh. As the plant will now be unstable in the new pot as it has nothing to anchor it - we have to make some anchors to prevent the tree from falling over from winds or from being moved. Thread some wire (doesn't need to be very thick) through the drainage holes or specially designed holes for anchoring and leave for later use. Add a thin layer of gravel to aid drainage and then a layer of soil. Moving the tree around, decide a basic position for it (usually off-center and slightly to the back of the pot) and make a small mound that it will sit on.

  • Now you can place your bonsai on the mound by gently nestling it in and spreading its roots out evenly throughout on top of the soil. Once you are happy with the height and position of your tree (it is going to stay like that for 1-2 years), take the wires that you threaded and twist them together (usually with the aid of pliers) over the main rootball of the tree until it is held firmly (but not too tight) and will not rock. Because these wires are quite unsightly, you can remove them in a few months time once the tree has settled in. Add more soil up to the base of the trunk - which should be just below the base of the pot. Tap the side of the pot with your hand to ensure that the soil becomes settled and that there are no gaps around the roots.
  • Use your chopstick to incorporate the roots into the soil and to make sure that they are placed correctly. Once the soil has been applied, you now have the option to add supplementary features such as rocks, moss, accent plants or gravel to enhance the design. When applying moss - be careful that most of the original soil is cut off from the bottom before you plant it and that the moss (or any other plant for that matter) is not too big or vigourous for the pot or tree. Now you can thoroughly water the tree - being aware that the soil level may settle further and that more soil may have to be added. Place the tree in a position where it will not receive extremes in temperature (i.e. not direct sun) and where it will be able to recuperate.
  • Don't fertilize at this time - as this can burn or cause stress to the plant. You can feed in around a month though, when the roots have recovered. Note that to balance out the extensive pruning you have just done on the roots, you should prune the branches of the bonsai as well so that it can recover quicker and not be disadvantaged further. Root growth usually does equal branch growth.

  • If you can't think of any presents for me, do get me a small bonsai plant which I can put in the home .... kekeke ... So what is your favourite plant ?

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Simple Home Cook Food

Notice no nice food hunting lately ...
  • No Google Adsense to sponsor my food hunting aymore ... plus me & yve been running dry lately and a BIG hole in our pockets.
  • It is time to save money and eat healthy food ... home cook food. Yum Yum ... been missing so much of Yve's cooking.

  • The food above cost less than RM 10 by buying the vege from the morning market ... cheap rite for 2 pax.
  • Yve said, don't you think we cook too much for 2 person to eat ... I said I am fine and I can finish it all if you can't.

  • Anyway, I would like to say, home cook food is the best and healthy ...

Monday, January 18, 2010

Dylan's ice cube solid foods + 10kg @ 6 moths old

This is how Yve prepares solid food for Dylan ...
  • Easy and simple as it looks but the process of doing it is tedious.
  • Dylan have started solid food at 5 months old. Yve got headache to figure out the types of food and ingredients ... in fact, it is exciting to make Dylan's solid food.
  • The nursery care taker said that Dylan is big eater, he could eat up to 3 cubes of food.

  • Homemade Baby Food Tips and Hints - Do's
    • Do use ice cube trays to freeze puréed foods. Each cube should be about one ounce. Once frozen, pop out the cubes, store in a sealed plastic bag, and use within two months.
    • Do discard unfinished meals. Bacteria forms quickly.
    • Do introduce new foods at the rate of one per week, so you can pinpoint any allergies.
    • Do make sure your child has accepted most vegetables and fruits before trying any meats.
    • Do steam or microwave vegetables and fruits to retain as much vitamins and minerals as possible, as opposed to boiling.
    • Do use as thinners: water left from steaming, breast milk, formula, cow's milk, yogurt, broth, or apple juice.
    • Do use as thickeners: wheat germ, whole-grain cereal, cottage cheese, farmer cheese, cooked egg yolks, yogurt, mashed white or sweet potato.

  • Homemade Baby Food Tips and Hints - Don'ts
    • Don't feed nuts, raisins, popcorn, raw vegetables, unpeeled fruits, or peanut butter to children under the age of 2.
    • Don't give honey to children under the age of one year due to potential contraction of infant botulism.
    • Don't give beets, spinach, collards or turnip greens to babies under one year of age due to high concentrations of naturally-occurring nitrates which can reduce the baby's hemoglobin.
    • Don't add salt, sugar, or strong spices to homemade baby foods. If you are using part of the family meal for the infant, remove the infant's portion before seasoning food for the family.
    • Don't use cookies as a pacifier for a fussy baby.
    • Don't use canned vegetables as they are usually loaded with sodium and additives. Check labels, but usually frozen vegetables have little or no sodium.
    • Don't use a microwave to warm foods. Even well-stirred foods could have dangerous hot spots. If you do, use the defrost cycle, checking and stirring often. Always test the temperature by touching a spoonful to the outside of your upper lip. Be sure to wash the spoon before using.
    • Don't put diluted foods into a bottle with a larger hole in the nipple for night feedings. It's dangerous, bad for the teeth, and doesn't build good eating habits.
    • Don't give highly acidic fruits, such as oranges, tangerines and pineapples, to babies under one year as the acid is harsh on the immature digestive system.
    • Don't feed egg whites to babies under one year of age, due to potential allergic reaction. Cooked egg yolks are fine.
    • Don't forcefeed your child. To begin solids foods, start with one or two spoonfuls and let your baby guide you.
    • Don't limit your child's fat intake during the first two years. Fats are necessary to development.
  • See how Dylan enjoys his solid food

  • Dylan weights at 10kg now @ 6 months old.
  • Carrying Dylan is like carrying a 10kg rice sack bag ... my muscle will ache too ...

  • Am I a big boy now?

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Dylan New Swimming Trunk and Walking training

Dylan says: Finally, I no need to reveal my kk-ciao ...
  • Yippie ... mummy got me a new swimming trunk ...
  • Dylan seems happy with his new swimming trunk ...

Bottom pic: The swimming trunk just nice size for him ...
  • Many people said that baby walker is not good for babies esp on their soft bones and joints whenever they step ... I am not sure why is that so and how true ... anyway, I believe the method to train ur baby @ 5 months old walking in a safer mode is thru swimming pool.
  • Dylan love to walk from one end of the pool to the other end ... thou it is short distance ... but he just loves to stand up in the pool and walk...

Top pic: It is so cute to see Dylan walking in the pool ...
  • Yeah, got him a beach ball and he is so excited kicking it ...
  • Can't wait till he grow bigger and bring him to a public swimming pool or beach ...

Saturday, January 16, 2010

My first Elephant Ride and Flora shots @ Krabi

My last posting about my Krabi trip ...

  • Finally comes to the end of my Krabi trip posting ...
  • This post is so outdated as got many upcoming new post ... better start to clear off my 2009 blog postings fast ...

  • Many uniques and nice flowers to take ... gosh, how nice if I have my DSLR dat time ...

Elephant Ride adventure ...
  • THE elephant is seen as a symbol of the nation and a talisman for the Thai people. With their wrinkly grey skin and swaying trunk, they are a fascinating combination of brute force, gentleness and remarkable agility that inspires both respect and affection.
    With elephants fast disappearing from the wild in Thailand, the best place to see these fascinating animals up close is in a trekking camp.
  • There are only a few camps in Krabi - such establishments must follow strict guidelines as set by the National Livestock Department regarding the provision of adequate food, water and shade for their animals, as well as proper health care.

  • A trek will allow you to experience this first-hand, as well as the animals' natural forest environment. Carrying tourists for fun means the elephants are able to earn their keep, while living as freely as is possible: as there is not enough space to release them into the wild, and they are very costly to feed (eating up 2-300kg of food per day) the only alternatives for these gentle giants are begging, illegal logging, or inactivity in a zoo.
  • I did give some money to the elephant during the elephant show as a charity and hope that their welfare are kept well for their survival.

  • Sitting on top of the buffalo was a great experience ... damn, their hair is so spiky and their skin is real tough ...

  • Ox cart ride is very thrilling going thru the bumps ...
  • Me and yve saw the ox pissing down on the floor and it is like my toilet water tap flowing down very fast!

  • I truly enjoy to watch the elephant and monkey show ...
  • Really amazed by the elephants performance ...

  • I gave elephant a tip when he came and collect 500 baht with his trunk ...

  • Till then ... not sure when I am able to go for next holiday trip again ... truly enjoy my Krabi trip very much ...
  • Wat I can say is cheap, nice and GOOD!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Is it a mating season now

2 Butterfly Couples Mating @ my backyard ...
  • I am wondering why there are many butterflies couple mating behind my backyard ...
  • The pic below, you can see two butterflies couple enjoyly mating there ...

  • So many butterflies flying around my backyard ... dunno since when my house became a mating place for butterflies.

It's Friday ... Yahooooo ...

  • This weekend comes to an end with a blink of eyes for me ... shucks, it is already Friday.
  • A busy and challenging month for me in my working life ... tied up with projects. I am sorry if I reply your comments late.
  • Happy Friday ...

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Inside Verve Suites, Vogue Tower @ Mont Kiara

Debt for life now ...

  • Yes, debt for life indeed and probably need to start eating bread and avoiding food hunt. Me & Yve never thought of getting and owning a property in a high class residential area such as Mont Kiara.
  • Last early December 2009, Yve purchase it for investment. Weeks later, we brought 2 of mine friends to view ... they are so interested and saw the potential of the area. Immediately, the following day, they went and made the booking and downpayment ... congrats to my friends. Hope another of my friend will buy soon too.
  • In fact a week ago, me and Yve went to meet a buyer from Sarawak @ BKP Sales Gallery ... who keen to buy over our unit for a RM 100k extra more. Negotiated for a long time but we rejected the offer at the end.
  • Actually, we don't plan to sell off so fast soon cause it is still under construction and only will be ready in 2011. We saw the potential and the value will increase by 2011/2012 by more than RM 100k once completed. We will treat it as a investment.
  • Even if we sold to the buyer, there is not much nice units left to buy and probably the new Vox Tower which will launch soon will be much more expensive. You are talking the location at Mont Kiara!!!
  • Lastly, the developer imposed a 1 year lock-in period to Verve Suites owners that owners cannot sell the property within that period in order to control the market property value price ... a smart idea indeed.

We choosed the Verdant Luxe design ... fully furnished with everything including Bosch fridge, 3 panasonic air-conds, curtains, sofa, coffee table, downlights, designer lightings, dining table, dining chairs, oven, 2 electrical hot plates, and all except tv, washing machine, carpet and mattress

  • VERVE Suites is an exclusive serviced apartment nestled along Jalan Kiara 5 in posh address of Mont Kiara. It is located right next to Hijauan Kiara. VERVE Suites is a freehold development on a 5.8-acre commercial land. It comprises of four 33-storey blocks, namely Viva, Vibe, Vogue and Vox.

    Besides that, this residential is set together with a 3-storey shopping centre that comprises of 60,000 sf retail podium.Viva Tower offers Vertigo living concept. There are 4 designs featured, namely City Sleek, Classic Chic, Fusion Chill and Urban Glam. There are a total of 881 units in the entire development. Also, residents is catered with a 6,000 sf penthouse called The Vertigo Lounge located at 35th floor that houses most of its amenities – a sky gymnasium, theater, indoor Jacuzzi and sauna, pool table, changing room and F&B facilities.

    Plus, there are sofa areas, reading corners and Wifi hotspots available as well.Each unit has built-up space from 633 sf to 1,213 sf. All units are fully furnished with designer’s appliances and furniture. There are several designs to choose from – City Sleek, Classic Chic, Fusion Chill, Urban Glam, Metro Bliss, Urban Edge, Centro Jazz, Cosmo Groove and Verdant Luxe.

    Each type has its own identity and concept, which are reflected on the interior designs and furnishings.

    VERVE Suites is strategically located just across Garden International School and meters away from Mont Kiara International School. Besides that, it is within close proximity to Plaza Mont Kiara and Solaris Mont Kiara. Plus, there are several highways nearby such as Penchala Link, NKVE and SPRINT Highway.

Very nice ID design ... in fact, no need to do any renovation anymore ...

Selling Price which I found from the net ...

  • Built-Up: 879 sq. ft.
    Asking Price RM 850,000
    Posted Date: 20/11/2009
    Asking Price psf : RM 967.01
    Bedrooms: 2
    Bathrooms: 2
    Unit type: Intermediate
  • My unit is a corner unit with built-up of 926 sqft ... facing Genting view.

Latest Rental Price which transacted by the owner who manage to rent out ...

  • Monthly rent: RM 3 800
    Bedrooms: 2
    Type: Apartments, For Rent
    Size: 879 sq.ft.
    Furnished: Fully furnished
    Facilities: Swimming pool, Gymnasium, Tennis court, Squash court, Covered parking, Playground, 24 hour security
  • Type : 672 sf
    Description: Fully furnished, 1 bedroom 1 bathroom
    Rental Price : RM 2800
  • Mine unit is a 926 sqft , corner unit and rental price is from RM 4.5k - 5k ... can cover my loan including maintenance fee if got a tenant to rent ...

This is Yve dream kitchen ler, with oven and hot plates and nice table top .... I love their wooden flooring, better than my home one ...

  • I love BKP service, they can help the owners to search for tenants without any comission given to them. Normally agents will ask for 1 month rental as their comission.

The facilities is superb in here ... indoor and outdoor cinema, many sauna rooms and jacuzzi pools ... I can't wait for the Aqua gym to be ready ...

My dream bathroom with sunken bath tub ... wonder does the toilet comes with the air ventilator a not? else if I poo, how the smell will suck out?...

Splendid 360 degrees KL view ... can't wait to see KLCC fireworks from the roof top ...

The splendid Vertigo Sky lounge and the amazing gym facilities ... best thing is that all owners can use the facilities for every towers with a link bridge in between ...
  • What I can say, this is a great investment opportunity for everyone when property slump during the economy crisis ... property in Mont Kiara and KLCC have dropped and climbing back up soon.
  • Viva and Vibe tower already fully sold out and Vogue Tower already 80% sold out now ... very low downpayment and u get 5% rebate from the developer and I can say that the loan amount can be covered by the rental + earning sumore IF U HAVE A TENANT to rent from you ... you can sell your unit for a good price even before u serve paying ur loan.
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