Monday, April 22, 2019

Hai! Ari tok, mek mok talk about something related to Sarawak!

So, marek I went to the soft launching of my girl's newly opened shop. What type of shop exactly? It's still under the fashion categories, too but not the clothing one. Well, it IS part of clothing? I meant we do need this to complete our look and also to put our things in to carry them all around. Okok, it's a bag store. But not just an ordinary one. They are bags weaved traditionally made of rattan or colourful plastic strapping with a modern twist delicately handcrafted by the people of Sarawak.

I'm weak for these things as it is included as one of my lovely childhood memories (used to stay there so yeah). Not only me but also my mom and sisters lol. We totally went crazy yesterday looking at these beautiful bakuls! We had a hard time deciding on the final ones. Cause " I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it." ehhhh. xD The designs were modernised to a unique style but still keeping their traditional elements where there were the ones with 'wavy' edges and patterns, the one that looks like a sling bag or backpack, the ones with 'lid' (lol idk what to call it but like a normal handbag nowadays) and so much more. You go yourself and see it!

Siney kedei ya? WHERE?
CERAVA: Tamarind Square, Block B. I think if you come from dpulze when you reach at the traffic light between tamarind and the apartment blocks, you can see it from there. You can clearly see the signboard. That's how I found her place. Her place is cute! They even have an instagrammable corner near the cashier. hehe

Look! We were happy and busy hahaha
Eh Aida! Our moms in the same frame coincidentally lol
After shopping let's fill in our tummy! The food made us crazy, too! They were delish. I had a full course: Sarawak Laksa, Kelupis (it's like lemang but wrapped like lepat and eaten with rendang), Traditional Kue
And finally home. You see the 'lid' in the picture? It's like the pink one. Also, cute goodie bags on the other photo. At first, we thought they were selling it too but they said it was a goodie bag haha. We almost grabbed them to buy. 어쨌든, we had a fun time there! Trimak kaseh Aida for inviting!
* sorry that I used the Sarawak's words just whenever cause I forgot most of them. ㅠㅠ definitely wanna re-learn it. Only my oldest sister still can klaka Sarawak with more vocabs.
* not a sponsored post
* thanks Aida, I used some of your ig story photos haha :p


Going down memoir lane,
Dyna d Dayn,
(慧琳, 다이애나)

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