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BlackBall And CNY Deco In Queensbay Mall

With full and heavy stomach, we eased digestion in Queensball Mall which is just a short distance away from Sungai Dua... we walked around the mall, browsing around and buying nothing.. seriously, nothing was bought that evening.... it was a good sign, at least for my pockets...  hahahaa....

Thinking back now, it is indeed a Big surprise that we went back to the hotel empty-handed... Kudos to my girl! What a good girl she is!  She didn't buy anything at all.....
See... nothing bought.. LOL...
CNY deco in Queensbay....
 Love the deco.....

And the evening does not end there... walking around is just the first part..
To make the night complete, we came by here.... 
 BlackBall for Desserts!
I sat back and let my kids made to the counter...
they ordered this....
and this....
a special and rare treat by my girl...

With these desserts, the night is  at last"complete!"

BlackBall 黑丸

Comments

  1. the places were all set up for Chinese new year huh

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  2. I perfer snowflake more! Anywy, Queensbay mall's decor is veery beautiful!

    Wishing you a happy chinese new year in advance!^^

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  3. mecoy: yes..another 2 to 3 weeks..


    mrlonely: desserts.. not many like.. i think...


    lim" yeah..snowflake also nice.. but this one is not bad either..
    Thanks for greetings!

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  4. Saw the CNY decor at QB mall during my recent trip, but dint manage to snap photos cause my son was making noise already...

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  5. a very perfect complete indeed, since this is a very RARE treat from your girl, haha~~

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  6. What ARE these black balls, Claire? This place does indeed have beautiful decor!! Why did your girl buy nothing...that s not like her!!!

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  7. Nice decor. Nothing spectacular here in Sibu. Eyewwwww!!!!! Taiwanese dessert - no, thank you very much. We have Blackball here...and a lot of the local versions mushrooming here. Very popular with the younger ones, booming business - no, no, no...for me!

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  8. U went back to hotel empty-handed but not with empty stomach. LOL

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  9. hayley: Still got time.. another few weeks more to CNY.. :)


    sk: yeah yeah.. the rest of us were in "shock." hahaha..


    ginny: maybe nothing meets with her approval.. phew!


    stp: i dont mind those desserts except the small bubbles.. heard they are not digestive..


    slavemom: u r very right!! :)

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  10. Nice! I can see CNY decors are picking up here but the ambiance in KL is never as festive as Penang (or Sarawak).

    That is a large mound of sago pearls!

    I haven't been to this dessert place but I like the jackfruit (or is it cempedak?). The portion is huge though for dessert! :)

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  11. wow, such a big bowl of dessert!

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  12. The desserts look good and they seem have a big portion too.

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  13. the last photo , smile till so sweet :)

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  14. Huaibin: I thought KL has lots of nice deco for CNY? Ipoh is also at a small scale only..


    wenn: i think there is one branch in Ipoh.. in Greentown business center..


    mery: yes, that was why we shared..


    kathy: smile macam soh soh.. hahaha..


    QQ: i heard one type cannot be digested one..the small ones..


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  15. Nice CNY decors! Yummy Blackball desserts but I prefer Snowflake! : )

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  16. I never tried Blackball dessert although we have one outlet here :)

    Not a dessert person.

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  17. I have taken Blackball 2 times, I kind of liking it.

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  18. So greedy with two desserts on the table still not enough for you but asking for 4 in your pixz?

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  19. foong: too bad Penang no snowflake.. :(


    yan: now IPOH has a branch too...


    bananaz: i thought 2 plus 2 = 5..? plus me too! hehhe..


    yvonne: then u r safe ... :)


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