Cups & Canvas Cafe

The other day, I was with my friend went out for dinner and cafe hunting. Apparently, its a Public Holiday (Vesak Day) in Singapore and not much choice to choose around. Thus, we decide to take a walk to Selegie Road.

This cafe that was located along the street of Selegie Road. We saw this cafe a few times but didn’t went in to dine before. And so, that day was the day that we tried the food and coffee for the first time.

The cafe itself is dedicated to artists or painters who loves to draw and drink coffee at the same time. Its like a heaven on earth for painters to chill in the quiet yet relaxing environment. And not only that, they also able to portray their artwork to the public.


Cups and Canvas

Cups and Canvas
Cups and Canvas


These are the artworks of many painters who came here to paint while dining in to have a coffee and such. Their artwork are placed here so that the customers from the cafe are able to see it.

Cups and Canvas
Cups and Canvas

At certain days of the week, this Cups and Canvas cafe provide painting lessons to the public whom wants to learn how to draw like a professional. I love how the cafe have this open mindset and expose themselves and their cafe to customers by providing art lessons to the public.



The staffs was incredibly friendly. We were warmly greeted as we sat in to dine and order food.

Cups and Canvas
Cups and Canvas

And so, we decide to get ourselves some dinner and also desserts.

Iced Hazelnut Latte, Ice Roasted Almonds Latte, Fish & Chips, Sticky Date cake.

Cups and Canvas
Cups and Canvas

All was splendid and the food was delicious. Apparently the Sticky Date Cake wasn’t at all sticky. But above all, this cafe sure to provide the customers the sense of need to come back for more.  I love this cafe!



Boracay, you’re missed.


I’ll be posting about my trip to Boracay, Philippines very soon.

Had a busy week and weekend is coming soon. Pretty hype about it even though I won’t be going out or something. Looking forward for something is better than never looking forward for anything. 🙂

Stay tune my loves!

Cafe Coffee Valley @ Jalan Trus

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That night when my friend and I was at Johore Bahru, Malaysia. We were all hype up about cafe hopping and to try some of the cafes there. Apparently, the one we looking for ( Faculty of Caffeine) is closed on Mondays. (boo-hoo) Therefore, we look around to find anymore coffee shops that we can dine in. Thus, our search isn’t in vain, we found Coffee Valley.



It was a small cafe with friendly staffs with a twist of modern and vintage look.

And so, I ordered a Hazelnut Mocha which cost about 9.90RM (S$3.80) And I couldn’t help staring at the cute teddy bear that they made into a latte art.

Cafe Hopping at Johore Bahru, Malaysia
Cafe Hopping at Johore Bahru, Malaysia

And my friend order a whole set meal that consist of a egg sandwich, waffles ice cream and a cup of hot lemon tea. This cost about 16RM (S$6)

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That’s what i love about Johore Bahru, Malaysia. They serve good food plus its cheap.

Anyway, we will definitely be back for more coffee and cute teddy bears at Coffee Valley!