Kuala Lumpur is the capital and probably the most popular city in Malaysia. It is the cultural, financial and economic centre of Malaysia due to it’s position being the capital and the city as well. The architecture of Kuala Lumpur is a blend of old colonial influences, Asian traditions, Malay Islamic inspirations, modern, and postmodern architecture mix.
Traveling to Malaysia could be really easy, this is because it is a country that is open for tourists. There are also alot of cheap airline tickets available online. I booked mine from Cebu Pacific Air, priced at 2500+ PHP for one way on a regular fare. Expect their fares to get lower if you have the time to book for a promo ticket.
(View of Pudong District from THE BUND)
Shanghai - China’s most dynamic city. It’s not a small or cheap city, it has world class metro & one of the best Chinese cuisine. Although it is the face of modern China, it has also retained many of its historical buildings & cultural areas.
This is probably my first “solo backpacking” trip. Yes! my first time going solo, and I’m really proud of myself after this trip. I’ve been wanting to go to Shanghai since last year (2011), that is why I always check Cebu Pacific’s Piso Fare promo(1 peso fare) and grabbed the opportunity when they had a sale going to China.
I am really happy after baking these soft & moist vanilla cupcakes and I’m pretty sure to make this again. Unlike any other cupcakes, this one is pretty much like a muffin but more softer and not chewy. My whole family loved it especially my mom, and I hope you will love it too. The recipe is really simple, and the ingredients are really cheap. You will notice that some of the ingredients(listed below) are quite not hard to find. Each cupcakes costs only 5 pesos which you can sell from 20-40 pesos depending on your frosting & packaging.
3 cups All-Purpose flour
2 1/2 teaspoons Baking powder
Amadeo, Cavite is less than two hours drive from Alabang. If you are going to Tagaytay via Dasmariñas, there is a shortcut in Silang, right after the intersection from the town proper, a barangay named “Luksuhin” has a straight road going to Amadeo, there is a Jetti Gas Station on the right side of the road that serves as a mark before turning right (you can Google the location, I’m not good at this! haha).