Category Archives: Activities

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 ...

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 ...

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, ...

VKirirom Pine Resort: Sleeping In The Mountain

vKirirom Pine Resort Surrounding

  A resort in the mountain. To escape from the heat of the city, we went for a trip up the mountains in Kirirom for the weekend to cool ourselves. We had to get away from the 36-38 degrees of ...

5 Things You’ll Love From Cameron Highlands

  [Sponsored post by Mycel Pancho] Cameron Highlands is cherished as the retreat destination among Malaysian. Since the beginning, this highland has been used for the rest area with the green hills that covered majorly by the tea plantations and strawberry farms. ...

Sihanoukville: A Private Beach Stay in Ren Resort

  Sihanoukville and its’ long beach line.  Sihaoukville is located 4 hours away from Phnom Penh and it comes with many beach lines. The most famous being Serendipity beach where all the nightlife and grilled seafood can be found. It ...

Halal Eats in Phnom Penh

An updated list of Halal eateries in the city.  Since we still couldn’t cook at home, we had to eat out and this meant searching for halal restaurants in Phnom Penh. It’s always good to know there are different types ...

Guide: A Drive to Cameron Highlands

  Getting away on a weekday. I’m enjoying my long break in Malaysia, which included this road trip up Cameron Highlands with friends on a Wednesday. It was planned at the last minute and started at 6 o’clock in the ...

Shopback with Agoda and Earn Cashback

  Book and earn, my two favorite words.  I am a fan of Agoda because of it’s rates and user friendly information. It’s my usual go to place for my travel escapades (especially weekend getaways). When I first read about ...

Phnom Penh in Three Days : A City Guide

  When I first arrived in Phnom Penh, I spent the week visiting the tourist known spots, trying to see as much as I can within a short amount of time. Although most friends have cautioned that there’s nothing much to ...

Ho Chi Minh: Revisiting A City

  This is part of my revisiting plan since I lost most of my travel photos the other time (read Travel Photos Gone: What To Do Next). I thought why not start with our next door neighbour, Ho Chi Minh ...

Phnom Penh : Walking with Khmer Achitecture Tours

Khmer Architecture Tour

  About Khmer Architecture Tours (KA Tours). KA Tours conducts architectural tours in Phnom Penh in order to promote understanding of modern architecture in Cambodia. The tours focus on buildings erected after Cambodia’s independence in 1953, described as ‘New Khmer ...

Common Travel Questions for Phnom Penh

Cambodia is a developing country with Phnom Penh as its’ capital city. Since the fall of Khmer Rouge, the country has managed to get back on its’ feet, bringing with it foreign investments and local business development. I’ve had family ...

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 with Mr. Yo (again) as our driver who ...

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 for the day was Alexis De Suremain (Founding ...

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 Syahrulfikri Salleh (Malaysia). They recently opened this creative ...

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 condition and whether the animals were taken care ...

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, the “Fighting elephant” carrying the Hindu God Indra. ...

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. I was concerned about bringing the parents along ...

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 Lumpur and couldn’t pass up this chance to ...

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 be able to do this with ease. I ...