The other day before my husband, Ashlee and my sister Grace went to Arab Street, We actually walked around Little India first. We took some photos of their beautiful street and did a little bit of shopping as well since it is very cheap there it’s just a lil’ bit far from our house though,


My sister and I posing beside the street! haha Isn’t it their street were decorated for some sort of reason? If you guys been there already I know for sure you’d think that there’s a festival or something that’s happening!! It’s just too nice for the tourists to see streets like this.


My sister with the statue in front of our table outside part of the restaurant. oh! Their foods are really yummy and very nice service as well!! We always eat in that restaurant whenever we are around little india. Visit there website

The yummy foods we had that day!! Chicken Tikka and Naan garlic bread. Even Ashlee likes it!! My husband loves Indian food so much!! Lots of spices and super tasty, spicy foods!! So of course We had some of the Indian foods since we’re there already and tried to introduce it to my sister. She’s pretty fuzzy so We were really happy that she likes it even though she’s not into spicy foods at all!!

Chicken tikka (Hindi: मुर्ग़ टिक्का; [ˌmʊrɣ ˈʈɪkkaː]) is a chicken dish served in Indian andPakistani cuisine. It is popular in countries all over the world. It is traditionally small pieces of boneless chicken baked using skewers, in a clay-based oven called a tandoor, aftermarinating in spices and yogurt.

The word tikka means “bits, pieces”. The Punjabi version of the dish, however, is grilled over red-hot coals, and does not always contain boneless pieces.

The pieces are brushed with ghee (clarified butter) at intervals, which gives it taste, while being continuously fanned. It is typically eaten with a green coriander andtamarind chutney, served with onion rings and lemons, or used in preparing a chicken tikka masala.

A chicken tikka sizzler is a dish where chicken tikka is served on a heated plate, with onions. The dish is also known and eaten in Afghanistan, though the Afghan version (generally like Persian and Arab dishes) is less spicy compared with the Indian and Pakistani versions.                                                                                      (Source: )

Naan (Persian: نان, Hindi: नान, Urdu: نان, Punjabi: ਨਾਨ, Pashto: نان, Kurdish: nan) is a leavened, oven-bakedflatbread.[1] It is typical of and popular in South and Central Asia,[2][3][4] in Iran, and in South Asian restaurants abroad. Influenced by the large influx of South Asian labour, naan has also become popular inSaudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf states.[5]

Originally, naan is a generic term for various flatbreads from different parts of the world.[6] In Turkic languages, such as UzbekKazakh and Uyghur, the flatbreads are known as nan. The name stems from (New) Persian, a generic word for bread. In Burmese, flatbreads are known as nan bya (နံပြား; pronounced[nàɴbjá]). (Source: )

My sister and my husband!! haha Really big plates they have in that restaurant!! hehe

My sister’s outfit that day, a dress with skulls everywhere, a cute chanel bag, a flip flops, and a white sunglasses.
My outfit!! A half shouldered top with a zebra head design? (not sure about that). A grey leggings, and a silver sandals. click the link guys please!! follow me on chictopia and fave my photos!! thanks xx.
Had to put my hair up like in this picture since it’s really hot that day for me to walk if I’m gonna let my hair down. You guys know for sure how long my hair is, and how thick it is! So I just had to do it though, It totally gave me a headache, coz it was so heavy. We had fun that day! Will blog next about Our Kuala lumpur Malaysia holiday for 3 days only!! I know that’s not enough but it’s my husband work trip actually.. God Bless!! xx