Monday, 13 September 2021

European Masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York + September Monthly Favourites

Over the weekend I visited the European Masterpieces from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York at GOMA, Brisbane city! It was super busy on the weekend, so I definitely recommend going during the weekday and not the weekend. I saw many artworks that were painted by talented artists such as; Monet, Renoir, Rubens, Turner, Rembrandt, Degas, Van Gogh and Cézanne. But seeing Van Gogh's idyllic The Flowering Orchard 1888, Claude Monet Water lilies  and Rembrandt's painterly Flora of c. 1654 in person was absolutely breathtaking. 

In the middle of the exhibition there was a studio open space where you were able to grab some paper and a pencil and sit down and draw from the inspirations that surrounded you, such as different variety of fruits, pottery, flowers, olive branches etc. There was also live animated screens that bought the artworks to life which was displayed via multimedia and graphic treatments. 

 I also wanted to share what I've been currently been loving this year:

  1. Books: The Great Hope by E.G White 
  2. Tv Shows: Squid Game, Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (kdrama) and Hospital Playlist season 2 (kdrama)  
  3. Movie: F9 (fast and furious 9)  
  4. Youtube: Ondo, Project Love Me, CozyDay, BangtanTV + TheirCoffee
  5. Music:  Hold Us Together (Hope remix) by H.E.R & Tauren Wells, My Universe by Coldplay x BTS, ila ila by B.I, Waves by Fiji, Summer Is for Falling in Love by Sarah Kang
  6. Food: Vege Bibimbap and cheese fries at Chi MC,  Schnitz hot chips with curry mayo sauce, savoury and sweet croissants from Le Bon Choix bakery and Gelato Messina - milk choc with choc peanut fudge  
  7. Drink: Water, soju and chai latte 
  8. Clothing: Dresses and matching skirt and jacket sets 
  9. App: Twitter 
  10. Accessories: Watch and balenciaga bag  
  11. Beauty: Face masks 
  12. Brand: Zara + Balenciaga + My Dearest   
  13. OtherEditing videos and photos 
Do you enjoy going to art exhibitions?


Friday, 16 July 2021

Botanical Lab | Brisbane Cafe

Botanical Lab cafe is located in West End, Brisbane where it serves yummy bubble teas in glass beakers, and also serves tea infused cakes, soft-serve parfaits, cream puffs, ombre drinks and many more treats and drinks! The interior of Botanical lab is stunning, where it has a soft pastel pink colour scheme and displays a wide range of dried flowers! 

I'm a huge fan of anything black sesame (from black sesame ice cream to black sesame croissants)! So of course I ordered a black sesame mochi milk tea and a lavender mochi cream puff (I also really love mochi)! 

What to order: 

1. Black sesame mochi milk tea with almond milk

2. Lavender mochi cream puff 

3. Milk tea parfait (Black tea jelly, sponge cake, pearls, crumble melted cookie, brown sugar, syrup, waffle biscuit and soft serve)

Which cafe do you keep going back too?


Friday, 28 May 2021

Monet & Friends - Life, Light and Colour Exhibition | Sydney, Australia


When I took the day trip to Sydney, I wasn't even planing on visiting the exhibition... I accidentally stumble across it while quickly browsing on Instagram just a couple of hours before flying off. Times like these I'm thankful for Instagram sponsor posts!! Towards at the end of my trip, I book the last session and I was in awe the whole 2 hours at the exhibition (high school me was screaming inside, if only we had these amazing exhibitions back when I was in high school). 

Monet & Friends - Life, Light and Colour Exhibition would have to one of my favourite exhibitions I've ever been too. It is a multi sensory exhibition (digital art),  where you can experience the sights, sounds and fragrance of 19th century Europe through the beautiful and breathtaking brushstrokes works of Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cézanne and more! 

If you are very much into art I highly recommend on visiting Monet & Friends - Life, Light and Colour exhibition if it's ever comes to your city! Monet & Friends was super relaxing and comforting and I'm also looking forward to the Van Gogh Alive Exhibition coming soon this year to Australia, so stay tuned! 

Have you ever been to an art exhibition, if so which one was your favourite? 


Friday, 7 May 2021

Social Hideout, Waterloo | Sydney Cafe


A few days ago, I went to Sydney just for a day trip and while I was there I stumbled across this beautiful cafe in Waterloo! Social Hideout cafe is known for 'Sydney most instagrammable cafe' full of vibrant colours and flowers and of course, many photo opportunities! Social Hideout has the most delicious food - I definitely recommend the Taro Hotcakes and the bathtub milkshakes!! It's best to visit this cafe during the week day - It wasn't busy at all but I can imagine how busy it gets over the weekends though! 

What I ordered; Taro Hotcakes (Pitaya, berries, mango cubes, black sesame ice cream, mint and taro lychee ganache and the Bathtub Chai Latte

I made a vlog of my day trip to Sydney, check it out here: 

What's your favourite cafe you've ever been too?


Friday, 26 February 2021

Industry Beans Newstead

Industry Beans is one of the most beautiful cafes I've ever visited - just love the atmosphere there. Especially being surrounded by one of a kind coffee greenhouse! Have you ever been to a coffee greenhouse before? or even heard of one? The cafe has a minimal design with natural materials to create a welcoming atmosphere and also has a seasonal brunch menus from sides to desserts and obviously delicious drinks. Industry Beans is well known for its 'Coffee Bubble cup' - cold brew coffee with coffee soaked tapioca pearls. 

What to order: 

1. Pandan Bubble Waffle (Blueberry gelato, coconut gel, sesame brittle, banana coconut foam and fresh seasonal fruit). 

2. Avocado Smash (Whipped ricotta, sunrise lime gel, beetroot dust, green tea sea salt and sourdough 

3. Chai Latte with Almond Milk

4. Hot Chocolate 

What do you usually order from a cafe? 


Friday, 25 December 2020

Christmas Day #2020 | Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year

So very thankful that I was able to spend Christmas day with a lot of my family members! It was a day that was full of laughter, love, deliciously yummy food, presents and most importantly family time! Can't believe that its only a few more days and 2021 is upon us~ Here is a few snap shots from Christmas day! Enjoy~

Our day consisted of;

  • Playing 'Angry Santa' game
  • BBQ 
  • Listening to Michael Buble Christmas album (on REPEAT)!!
  • Board games - 5 Second Rule and UNO! 
  • Taking memorable family photos

  • BBQ - Cevapi and Vegetarian sausages 
  • Vegan pasta bake
  • 3 different types of salads
  • Potato Salad
  • Lots of yummy desserts 
  • Chips and dips 

How did you spend your Christmas Day in 2020?


Friday, 11 December 2020



Over the long weekend, there's nothing better to do than leave the craziest of life behind and go into nature to hike and explore. Morans Falls is located in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests in South East, Queensland, Australia. The Morans Falls track is only 6.2km return walk that gives you magnificent views of the 80m Moran Falls and the Morans Creek Gorge! 

M O R A N S    F A L L S    |    L A M I N G T O N    N A T I O N A L     P A R K
  • AddressMoran Creek Rd, Fairyland QLD 4413
  • Track length: 6.2km (2 hours return) 
  • Hours: open 24 hours 
  • Type: Hike
  • LevelEasy
  • Recommendation: ★★/5
I'm already making a list of where too hike next, such as; Mount Tibrogargan - The Glasshouse Mountains, Daves Creek Circuit - Lamington National Park and Stairway Falls - Lamington National Park!

What are some of your favourite hikes? 

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