Sticky Candy @ Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur

I found a couple of interesting photos from my camera this afternoon. And I remembered these were snapped when I was wandering around Pavilion before going to Jogoya in Starhill (that’s my previous post). Apparently, there’s extremely nothing to do in Starhill, because there’s nothing affordable at all. As I recalled, 2 years ago when I first went to Starhill, I bought a new eraser from Faber Castell, RM2! And insanely, I went around showing off to my friends, “Yo! I bought something from Starhill”. As I had expected, they were like, “OMG! Cool, Starhill, that’s a place where people can’t buy anything and you got something!” When they knew the truth, I got booed!

Anyway, back to the topic XD This was a really cute shop that caught my attention. At least a new concept in Malaysia. I saw this kind of stuffs on the TV, but I never knew that there’s one in KL! And the name of the shop itself was adorable~

I just love this piece of advertisement! So cute and sweet…..What are you guys thinking?! Have any idea what shop is this?! Going in now~~~

See them rolling a long weird-looking thingy?! I was astonished when I saw that long thing~ But after I took a closer look, I really wanted to tell the staffs that I wanna join them 😉

That’s actually a candy! They gotta keep on rolling it until it becomes real thin at the end and they will cut it off. I missed out the beginning part so I didn’t know how they started this thing. I supposed the whole main work is to keep on rolling rolling and rolling and it eventually would turn thinner thinner.

These were the end products of the rolling effort!!! Amazing isn’t it?! Somehow, I suddenly thought of a famous chinese saying by Lee Bai 李白(a famous China poet in the past): 只要功夫深,铁杆磨成针. Suits this situation, right?! 😉

P/s: Lee Bai used to be a kid who didn’t love to study and everyday he spent his time playing around. One day, he came across an old lady who’s grinding a huge metal. He went up and asked what’s she doing. “I am grinding this metal to make it into a needle”. Lee Bai was shocked when he heard that and he asked that old lady how long would it take to grind that into a thin needle. That lady answered him with that idiom above. Which actually meant, as long as you have the determination in doing something, one day you may succeed as long as you keep on going. Hearing this, Lee Bai went home and started to study hard, eventually he turned out to be a famous poet in Dynasty Tang.

And after the thin and long candy had been cut, they will turn into something like this 🙂

Wow!!! A collection of different flavours of candies. I want all!!

Take a closer peek! They are really cute aren’t they?! See the paterns or designs in the middle of the candy, I salute to the staffs’ skills. Good gift for friend’s birthday or as a souvenir for your loved ones!

Sticky Candy 

Address:
Pavilion
Lot 1.09.00 Level 1, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel:
03 2144 2788

Fax:
03 2144 7288