Guest Post : Countries’ Characterized By Their Clothing

  One of the most visible characteristics of a nation’s identity is its traditional costumes. We would know a Scotsman anywhere by his kilt, a German by his lederhosen, or an Austrian ...More »

How My Passport Was Stolen In Phnom Penh

  It all went down on a tuk tuk ride.  It’s taken me awhile to write this story of how our passports were stolen on the second day of New Year, in ...More »

What Living Abroad Taught Me

  It’s been 3 years since I left Malaysia.  It’s been almost 3 years since I made Cambodia my home, where I have grown to love and live like the locals do. ...More »

Enjoying Tokyo DisneySea as an Adult

  Oh how fun it is to be a kid again. I’ve been to 2 Disneyland theme parks so far as a child and a teenager. The first Disneyland was in California ...More »

Tokyo in Seven Days: A City Guide

Konichiwa Japan. It’s been five years since I last visited this metropolitan and all I could think about was those fresh sushi and Japanese desserts. We chose autumn for this trip since ...More »

Happy Independence Day Cambodia

  Celebrating 63 years of Independence From France.  Cambodia has gone through many historical events which led to its’ independence from France on 9 November 1953. I’ve heard many different sides to ...More »

Top 5 things to do in Hanoi at night

  Sponsored Post by Vietnam-Visa.com Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam is not world famous for its nightlife, but it’s still an interesting one for those visiting the city.  There are still ...More »

Feeling Winter Sonata on Nami Island

  A confession about Winter Sonata.  I’ve never been a big fan of K-pop or its’ drama series. However since most of my friends were crazy in love with the ‘Winter Sonata’ ...More »

 

Guest Post : Countries’ Characterized By Their Clothing

  One of the most visible characteristics of a nation’s identity is its traditional costumes. We would know a Scotsman anywhere by his kilt, a German by his lederhosen, or an Austrian woman by her dirndl. This diversity in dress ...

How My Passport Was Stolen In Phnom Penh

  It all went down on a tuk tuk ride.  It’s taken me awhile to write this story of how our passports were stolen on the second day of New Year, in this city where I call my home. Losing ...

What Living Abroad Taught Me

  It’s been 3 years since I left Malaysia.  It’s been almost 3 years since I made Cambodia my home, where I have grown to love and live like the locals do. This is possible given that we look similar ...

Enjoying Tokyo DisneySea as an Adult

  Oh how fun it is to be a kid again. I’ve been to 2 Disneyland theme parks so far as a child and a teenager. The first Disneyland was in California where I awed at the white castle in ...

Tokyo in Seven Days: A City Guide

Konichiwa Japan. It’s been five years since I last visited this metropolitan and all I could think about was those fresh sushi and Japanese desserts. We chose autumn for this trip since it’s my favorite season. The weather behaved during ...

Happy Independence Day Cambodia

  Celebrating 63 years of Independence From France.  Cambodia has gone through many historical events which led to its’ independence from France on 9 November 1953. I’ve heard many different sides to this day, one of which was how the ...

Top 5 things to do in Hanoi at night

  Sponsored Post by Vietnam-Visa.com Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam is not world famous for its nightlife, but it’s still an interesting one for those visiting the city.  There are still thousands of things to do and places to ...

Feeling Winter Sonata on Nami Island

  A confession about Winter Sonata.  I’ve never been a big fan of K-pop or its’ drama series. However since most of my friends were crazy in love with the ‘Winter Sonata’ episodes, I listened to their comments on how ...

The Things That Travelers Complain About

  We all have our good days and bad days.  After traveling in Asia in Europe, I’ve noticed that there a lot of things that we, as travelers tend to complain about. While we do try our best to keep ...

Visiting the Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio in London

  Watching Harry Potter movies since 2001.  I first watched a Harry Potter movie when it came out in 2001. The scenes were magical and felt so real. My favorite was when he ran through the wall at Platform 9 ...

#10DBC [Day 10] – Celebrating Freedom

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 9] – Location Independence

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 8] – Choosing Your Adventure

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 7] – Beating Procrastination & Overwhelm

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 6] – Finding Your Tribe

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 5] – Setting Yourself Up for Success

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 4] – Unlocking Your Super Powers

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

Travel Spotlight: Dan On The Road

  Traveling with a family in tow.  This months’ Travel Spotlight features Danial Ariff, from Dan on the Road, who loves a good road trip and the adventures that come with it. I wanted to get his perspective on what it’s ...

#10DBC [Day 3] – Creating a Vision for the Future

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 2] – Discovering Your WHY

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge is about taking small actions and moving forward on a path that to building the momentum towards living life on my own terms. In other ...

#10DBC [Day 1] – Finding Your Focus

  The 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge. I know I haven’t been updating this blog consistently therefore taking on this challenge is a big commitment for me. I found this challenge by accident while browsing an article which pointed ...

Travel Across Cambodia With BookMeBus

   Traveling through Cambodia by bus. Cambodia is sandwiched between neighboring countries Thailand, Laos and Vietnam making it one of the most popular pit stop when traveling overland to Indochina region. The country has 24 provinces in total including Phnom Penh, ...