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Cool off from the trop­i­cal heat with a va­ri­ety of cre­atively ex­quis­ite icy of­fer­ings in this cosy dessert cafe.

What else but ‘bingsu’, the Korean ver­sion of shaved ice dessert. Start off with the mango bingsu – on first mouth­ful, the sweet­ness and chilly good­ness of the dish is ev­i­dent. The bingsu is served with gen­er­ous amounts of mango chunks and sweet mango sauce that pro­vide a nice coun­ter­point to the dol­lop of ice cream melt­ing down from the top.

Other flavour op­tions to try are the blue­berry cheese­cake bingsu and straw­berry cheese­cake bingsu which are es­sen­tially the same ex­cept for the fruits used. Both fea­ture non-greasy cheese­cake squares that are sur­rounded with ei­ther blue­ber­ries or straw­ber­ries and topped with vanilla ice cream. The combo of cheese, fruits and ice may seem odd, but it turns out to be oddly good.

If you’re a fan of Malaysia’s most beloved fruit, then save the Mu­sang King durian bingsu for last. Thick durian slices are wedged be­tween the ice shav­ings to cre­ate one of Han­bing’s most awe­some and pop­u­lar bing­sus in town.

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