An Expensive Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

  An hour away from Bangkok city.  One of the reasons why I came back to Bangkok is to visit a floating market which is popular in Thailand. We rented a car ...More »

Phnom Penh: On The Boat, a Future Art Museum.

  All about The Boat project.  At the last minute, we had the opportunity to join the complimentary visit to The Boat, a project that was originally abandoned by a hotelier. Our host ...More »

Phnom Penh: Rubber Stamping Class with Now.HerePP

  An art studio with a purpose. “N O W H E R E” (pronounced Now.Here) is an independent art studio in Phnom Penh founded by artists Lolli Park (South Korea) and ...More »

Safari World and My Last Elephant Ride.

  Where animals roam just outside the city.  During the taxi ride to Safari World, we chatted with our driver, Mr. Yo and asked him if the place was still in good ...More »

Bangkok: Inside the Erawan Museum.

  Erawan the “Fighting Elephant”.  The elephant is a significant character in Thailand as it can be seen in souvenirs, shrines and even a dedicated museum. Erawan is better known as Airavata, ...More »

The Sunflower Fields of Lopburi.

  We got the season right this time.  The sunflower fields in Lopburi only blooms end of the year (November – January) in Lopburi, a province that’s 3 hours away by train. ...More »

Sniffing Flowers At Pak Khlong Talat (Flower Market).

  How To Get There.  I arrived in Bangkok with such high spirits because I’ll be meeting my parents and sister for the week long holidays. I haven’t been back to Kuala ...More »

Blogging for 2016.

  I’ve come to realize that blogging is hard work. It requires a lot of attention to details, planning, research, creative thinking which is parallel with my day job that I should ...More »

 

An Expensive Damnoen Saduak Floating Market

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  An hour away from Bangkok city.  One of the reasons why I came back to Bangkok is to visit a floating market which is popular in Thailand. We rented a car with Mr. Yo (again) as our driver who ...

Phnom Penh: On The Boat, a Future Art Museum.

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  All about The Boat project.  At the last minute, we had the opportunity to join the complimentary visit to The Boat, a project that was originally abandoned by a hotelier. Our host for the day was Alexis De Suremain (Founding ...

Phnom Penh: Rubber Stamping Class with Now.HerePP

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  An art studio with a purpose. “N O W H E R E” (pronounced Now.Here) is an independent art studio in Phnom Penh founded by artists Lolli Park (South Korea) and Syahrulfikri Salleh (Malaysia). They recently opened this creative ...

Safari World and My Last Elephant Ride.

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  Where animals roam just outside the city.  During the taxi ride to Safari World, we chatted with our driver, Mr. Yo and asked him if the place was still in good condition and whether the animals were taken care ...

Bangkok: Inside the Erawan Museum.

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  Erawan the “Fighting Elephant”.  The elephant is a significant character in Thailand as it can be seen in souvenirs, shrines and even a dedicated museum. Erawan is better known as Airavata, the “Fighting elephant” carrying the Hindu God Indra. ...

The Sunflower Fields of Lopburi.

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  We got the season right this time.  The sunflower fields in Lopburi only blooms end of the year (November – January) in Lopburi, a province that’s 3 hours away by train. I was concerned about bringing the parents along ...

Sniffing Flowers At Pak Khlong Talat (Flower Market).

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  How To Get There.  I arrived in Bangkok with such high spirits because I’ll be meeting my parents and sister for the week long holidays. I haven’t been back to Kuala Lumpur and couldn’t pass up this chance to ...

Blogging for 2016.

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  I’ve come to realize that blogging is hard work. It requires a lot of attention to details, planning, research, creative thinking which is parallel with my day job that I should be able to do this with ease. I ...

A Long Bus Ride To Saigon.

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  Another long holiday.  The Water Festival (or Bon Om Touk) was a three days celebration to mark the end of the rainy season in Tonle Sap. It also meant a long weekend for everyone here and the city would ...

Alternative Places To Visit in Kelantan.

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  Road tripping to Kelantan, Malaysia A visit to the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia will bring you to a laidback town of Kota Bharu in the state of Kelantan. This Islamic state has often been overlooked as as tourist ...

Royal Buildings: Istana Jahar of Kelantan

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  Visiting the Istana Jahar turned Museum.   Jahar Palace (Istana Jahar) is a well-known landmark in the capital city of Kelantan, on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. A road trip here takes you 6 hours from Kuala Lumpur with ...

UNESCO #15 : Stonehenge, UK

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  UNESCO Site #373 says: “Stonehenge and Avebury, in Wiltshire, are among the most famous groups of megaliths in the world. The two sanctuaries consist of circles of menhirs arranged in a pattern whose astronomical significance is still being explored. ...

The Kingdom of Fast Internet Speed

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  A developing country with fast internet speed.  If there’s one thing that’s good in Cambodia (besides the heritage and cultural value), is that the internet is super fast compared to what we have back home in Malaysia. Being a ...

Phnom Penh: The Horrific Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

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  Be still my heart.  It’s hard to imagine the things that happened during the Khmer Rouge until I stepped foot inside the horrific Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, also known as S-21. This was once a high school where happy student ...