Turning 18 has been on my list of goals since I was a kid. Somehow, it meant something to me. To be of age and old enough to be free to do whatever I wanted to was the goal I guess. Nevertheless, spending it with my favourite people was everything even though turning 18 wasn't all that jazz.
The famous Ruyi & Lyn sushi is a must-try.
A good night spent with my favourite girls from high school. We've been through all sorts of thick and thin together and I swear it's meant to be. Although most of us have went abroad to study, keeping in touch is still one of our main priorities. I miss them so much , five years and counting!
Girls night out at SIX, Bangsar.
Lunch at Merchant's Lane the day after with my vain pots - Sheryl & Mon.
Such a cosy and beautiful hideout with good food to go with. I'm definitely going back for more! The Tom Yum Macaroni & Roti Jala is my fav.
High tea at Ritz-Carlton with one of my closer college girlfriend - Charmaine & Mon.
It's funny how we all met but I'm glad we did. Through rough waters & a switch in timetables. #BIMBOS.
P.S. The best part about tea was the scones.
Look at this cutie pie *heart eyes emoji*
Baby cakes brought me to CuBs & CuPs in Hartamas, a pet cafe for lunch during the weekend. It was such a bummer that all of the in-house puff balls were not around for the weekend. Thankfully, there were a lot of customers and their pets to play around with.
Redza brought me to the batting cages for the first time and I was there hitting balls like I belong in the international league.
But jokes aside, I managed to hit a lot tho...
*pats self on the back*
Lunchies with the fam bam at Artisan Coffee.
It didn't have much variety but the pasta and the place in general was pretty good.
To wrap it all up, I decided to throw a party at the W_are_house in Subang.
The venue was a hidden gem, not to mention it was topped off with friends I've not seen for a while.
Thank you for spending my 18th birthday with me everyone! Another amazing birthday up to date :p Cheers to more good fun!
Photography by : Keen Meng