Category Archives: Travelogue

The People You Don’t Mind Sitting with at 4,000ft Above.

  A recent article on how airline passengers have been misbehaving was circulated worldwide, due to the express news network that is the internet. One particular article titled ‘Dear Passenger 15A’ was written by a Singaporean girl who flew to ...

Stories from the Road: Month April

  Another busy month has gone by, bringing along with it the summer heat. It’s been that hot, really. Despite this situation, I’ve had a chance to go on a family trip to Europe which turned out to be a memorable ...

Wearing the Same Outfit When Traveling. Guilty.

  Same same but different.  A recent article about Matilda, an Art Director who wears the same outfit everyday to work, sparked this particular blog post. She cited, that the reason she chose to do so is because she felt ...

Travel Photos Gone : What To Do Next.

  Yes, they are gone.  This is a major bummer and it’s the worst thing that could happen to anyone who’s in love with traveling. Well, it happened to me and this is probably one of the reasons why I ...

Stories from the Road: Month March

First and foremost I have not been penning much travel stories only because we’ve been staying put in Phnom Penh, saving up for upcoming destinations. I’ve also been putting hours in work at the new place and I’m soaking it ...

Stories from the Road: Month Feb

  Some changes took place in February, mostly good things of course. But there were also some things that will set me back (finance wise) for the next few months, which meant less travel time for this year. That’s ok ...

What it costs to live in Cambodia.

We’ve been thinking a lot about moving on to another country, putting into consideration what and how much it would take to get us there. Moving here took some time to plan, but because I’ve traveled here before, I somehow ...

Stories from the Road: Month Jan

  Starting in 2015, I’ve decided to write a monthly round-up of my travel adventures be it in this Kingdom or anywhere around the world. Call it a my personal travel diary of things that we’ve experienced, places we visited, the ...

A 2014 Review – Highlights of Living in Phnom Penh.

  It is now close to 7 months since I first left Kuala Lumpur for a job abroad, in Phnom Penh city of Cambodia. There were many challenges that came with the move however there were also the parts that ...

A Surprise Trip Home

  *The Eagle has landed. The Eagle has landed.* I clicked send to our group chat to let them know that the second bird has arrived in tanahair at 11:35am today. They responded with a chuckle and confirmed everyone’s timing to ...

Walking the Riverside In My Swimming Suit

  I was in my swimming suit. First of all, it’s not what you think. Well it was actually but you’ll just need to read to know why I did such a thing. The weekend arrived and since there’s no plan to ...

How I Spent Ramadan In Phnom Penh

  Sitting in front of the TV waiting for the Ramadan announcement on TV1 had me thinking about this moment where it would be my first time fasting abroad, without the presence family and friends back home. I felt a tinge of homesickness ...

Cambodia Chameleon: Getting Acquainted

  Everything had happened so fast that before I knew it, the big day came for me to say goodbye to my homeland, Malaysia. It was a tough few weeks but I was relieved that things were settled before I ...

Travel Chameleon is ONE Year old!

   365 days on. There was a slight doubt when I first decided to change the URL from Fienuts.com to Travel Chameleon but now that it’s been a year on, the doubts are gone! It’s been a wonderful journey with ...

Will Work For Travel. Especially In Cambodia.

  If not now, when? The decision to move to Cambodia was inevitable ever since I changed the city status on my Facebook to Phnom Penh. You can call it a self-fulfilling prophecy but ever since I left this charming ...

Good Things Were Made To Last A Lifetime.

As we usher in the new year, I would like to thank my family and friends for the support in this addictive passion. Never would I imagine having many special moments, the good and the bad throughout 2013. There were ...

Places To See Before I Kick The Bucket (According to the Internet)

I read about this post via Travels with Adam and decided to give it a go. It’s actually available on the HomeAway website where all you need to do is key in your details such as name, age, gender, and ...

A Kelantan Travelogue – The Local Lingo

Alas, I woke up early on Eid Al-Adha as soon as dawn hit the curtains, packed my things and head downstairs for the best home made macaroni soup ever. The Yahya’s hospitality has been so wonderful and I felt spoiled ...

A Kelantan Travelogue – “Gula Perang Ada?”

It’s the eve of Eid al-Adha and tomorrow marks the day of prayers, sacrificing of a sheep, cow, goat or camel, giving away one-third of the meat to friends as well as relatives while the remaining one-third or more of ...

Mid Year Travel Review

It’s September and we have three more months to go before the year ends. Time flies by so quickly! During this time, I’ve had the chance to look at the list of places I am supposed to travel to in ...

What’s Your Style Kuala Lumpur?

This week I decided to make an attempt on covering what the city folks are wearing especially in Kuala Lumpur where fashion is being influenced by the world, no matter east or west. Although I am not an avid follower ...

Year 2012 Theme – Wonderful Friendships.

They say we are the five people we are closest with but I dare say there were more than that who had surrounded my little world in 2012. Most of you might have read my summary of my Year 2011 ...