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Monday, April 22, 2013

OSIM and Sammi Cheng Enhance Your Lifesytle with uAngel

About two weeks ago Sammi Cheng was here in 1 Utama as the ambassador Osim uAngel. Joining the stable of reputable ambassadors such as the legendary Cantopop superstar Andy Lau, Taiwanese group S.H.E, model Lin Chi Ling and Singaporean singer Olivia Ong, Sammi Cheng is the latest face to promote the delightfully and thoughtfully designed OSIM uAngel, providing Malaysian health fanatics a brand new interpretation of keeping healthy and relaxed at home.

Known for its wide array of top quality branded healthy lifestyle products, OSIM has always strived to enhance their innovation capabilities by constantly producing world’s first health and lifestyle inventions, which feature superior designs, functionalities and quality. With just one touch, the fashionable and adorable OSIM uAngel transforms from a small sofa into a full body massage chair, and features a suite of professionally designed massage programmes from neck down to the toes. With the capability to transform into a lovable living room sofa, a humanised full body massage chair or an intense foot massager, Sammi Cheng’s charm, talent and versatility resonate perfectly well with the adaptive nature of the OSIM uAngel. With her stylish, fashionable and healthy living appeal, she is the perfect embodiment of the OSIM uAngel.

After the event in the Oval concourse, the media and the winners shifted to One World Hotel for a meet and greet session. I got to try out the uAngel. I like the neck and shoulder massage function. Too bad I've already got Osim uPhoria the leg massager. So, getting the uAngel will mean wasting the uPhoria. Maybe I will get the uRelax back massager and combined it with uPhoria to make it like my very own uAngel :p

During the meet and greet, the winners get to take photo with Sammi Cheng.

Following the introduction of OSIM uAngel, OSIM believes its product will set a new definition of the presentation of a massage chair to the healthy lifestyle industry and also a spectacular living experience to the consumers by providing ultimate comfort, tension relief and rejuvenating unwind into their daily lives. Moving forward, OSIM (M) Sdn Bhd will be introducing a healthy companion for beauty and relaxation - the uGem eye massager at end April 2013.

OSIM uAngel is now available at all OSIM outlets with a promotional price of RM4,988 (0% Installment up to 36 months at RM139/month). For further enquiries, please log onto or follow OSIM on Facebook at

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Authentic Kelantanese Cuisine at Kelantan Delights, Sooka Sentral

I was selected to be one of the founding members of Nuffnang's Tastebuddies Group. Last Sunday, we met up for the first time to have a taste of authentic Kelantan cuisine at Kelantan Delights in Sooka Sentral.

I was an hour late to the tasting session because I was doing Qing Ming duty for my late grandfather and grandmother. So, I missed tasting the starters of Sirih Daun Kaduk and Tomyam Kelapa Muda. Straight, I go for the main. I wanted to order Nasi Kerabu Ayam Percik because there's ulam as side but I absentmindedly ordered Nasi Dagang Gulai Ikan instead. Nasi Dagang is cooked with a mixture of half rice and half glutinous rice hence there will be a soft and slightly hard texture. The gulai is cook right with a slight sweet taste. The fish is not overcooked. Extra gulai was given so I can eat it with the rice.

Nasi Dagang Gulai Ikan

Nasi Kerabu Ayam Percik

Just as we thought we were done with the mains, we were asked which second main to choose in between Nasi Tumpang and Laksam. I asked for Nasi Tumpang. A bit of history about Nasi Tumpang. It was actually rice with different layer of dishes wrapped in a cone shape with banana leaf. It was staple food for farmers in Kelantan to bring to work. The top later which consists of egg and rice is the breakfast, the middle part is lunch made of prawn sambal and gulai ikan tongkol and last but not least the bottom is tea time with rice and chicken floss.

Nasi Tumpang
Traditionally I think won't be fried chicken going with the Nasi Tumpang. I love the fact of how ingenious people in the olden days packed their food to go for work. Unlike nowadays what we do is eat outside or take away. When we take away we were given Styrofoam container that is not friendly to mother earth.

Nasi Tumpang for me is like eating ketupat with side dishes. Start with a light egg floss and rice, then heavier taste of prawn sambal and gulai ikan tongkol and end it with a slightly sweet chicken floss. If you haven't tried before, please do so. Early reservation might be required because Nasi Tumpang takes 3 hours to prepare and only 50 are served daily.

Nasi Tumpang unwrapped

My neighbour was kind enough to let me have a taste of his Laksam. Blended fish meat santan gravy with a spread of ulam consists of bean sprouts, cucumbers and daun selom is what it's need to go with round rice noodle. The rice noodle is a bit like a thicker version of chee cheong fun. For those that can take hot and spicy food be sure to put in the sambal belacan it will take the taste to another level.

According to the owner, they have an eel version of the Laksam which has a richer gravy. I'll be sure to come back again to have a go for it.

Sambal Belacan
I'm amazed of how after all the food I had I would still have room for dessert. The dessert we had is consists of Lompat Tikam which is Pandan rice cake and Pulut Merah (Red Glutinous Rice) and Ketupat Sotong.

The Lompat Tikam is eaten with the santan and gula Melaka because on its own the Pandan rice cake and Pulut Merah is not sweet. I love the Pandan rice cake which has to nice aroma from the pandan leave and I can control how much gula Melaka to eat it with.

At first I thought it's weird to see a sotong (squid) as dessert. The grilled sotong was stuffed with glutinous rice cooked with ginger and pandan, slightly sweeten with gula melaka and santan. It may look weird but it taste quite nice. I love the texture of the grilled sotong with the glutinous rice. For me, this is more like a snack rather than a dessert. You'll need to eat it to know how it feels.

Lompat Tikam and Ketupat Sotong

To get authentic Kelantanese Cuisine in Klang Valley, I would say that Kelantan Delights will be one of the restaurant that can do it. So, you don't have to go all the way to Kelantan to have a taste of authentic Kelantanese Cuisine.

Kelantan Delights has two branches, one in Subang Jaya and another in Sooka Sentral. On weekends only the Subang Jaya branch is open.

Kelantan Delights

Instagram: #KelantanDelights

1-5, Level 1
Sooka Sentral
Jalan Stesen Sentral
50470 Kuala Lumpur

+ 603 2785 1945

Monday - Friday 11am - 10pm
Closed on Saturdays and Sundays

Ground Floor East Wing
Wisma Consplant 1
No 2 Jalan SS16/4
47500 Subang Jaya

+ 603 5611 7845

Monday to Friday
12pm - 3pm
6pm - 11pm (last order at 1030pm)

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
12pm - 11pm (last order at 1030pm)