Hotel Review : Sleeping at The Palace Gate Hotel

  Ever since I’ve been consumed with my usual 9-5 day job (make that 9-8 job), I tend to spend my weekends being a hermit in my one-room apartment. This would happen ...More »

Five Beaches to Experience While in the Philippines

  The more you travel around the Philippines, the more you will realize that it is a piece of paradise on earth. Identified by Conservation International as one of 17 mega-diverse countries ...More »

48 Hours in Unique Thimpu Valley

  Getting to know Thimpu in 48 hours.  Bhutan is one the best places in the world to see natural green surroundings and mountains overlooking the valleys. It is also known to ...More »

Laos : Buddha Park In Pictures

  Stopping in Country #27  Vientiane is an administrative city for Laos with a very relaxing atmosphere. It reminded me a lot like Phnom Penh city, with a more organized and cleaner ...More »

Bhutan: A Tale Of Altitude Sickness

  Adjusting attitude to altitude.  Age is creeping up on me as I’ve come to realize that I cannot simply consume medicine without reading up on all the information. It all started ...More »

Bhutan: A 5D4N Itinerary For “The Last Shangrila”

  The trip to Bhutan took two years of saving and I can tell you personally that it was definitely worth every cent. Bhutan is a small Kingdom known as the Last ...More »

Guest Post: Things You Must Not Miss in Hong Kong

  There is simply no way you can experience all the interesting things of Hong Kong in just one visit, but there are some of them you just absolutely can’t miss 1. ...More »

Phnom Penh: Staycation in Aquarius Urban Hotel

  A weekend away, but still in the city.  It had been awhile since we left Phnom Penh to go anywhere, especially after the incident which left me passport-less for a bit. ...More »

 

Kota Kinabalu: The Original Fish Spa!

Poring Hot Springs. First we were cold and now we’re hot. The Poring Hot Springs is located near Kundasang so your journey should include this place as well to save travel time. There is an admission fee to enter and ...

Kota Kinabalu: The Climb

Kundasang. Kundasang is about 2 hours drive from Kota Kinabalu and that’s why we woke up at 7am to get ready and have our breakfast before Julius picked us up for a long drive to Kundasang. Along the way the ...

I Heart Kota Kinabalu: Day I

Hey everyone (if there’s anyone reading this that is). I’m off for another Malaysia adventure and this time my feet is taking me across the South China Sea to Kota Kinabalu, Sabah together with my mum and blonde aunt who ...

Ramadan Buffet @ Sime Darby Convention Centre

Halia Restaurant in Sime Darby Convention Centre (SDCC) is one of my favourite places to break fast during Ramadan month. The food has always been good here as they serve mostly authentic local dishes just like in the ‘kampungs’. I ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Bangsar

Bangsar has also been one of my favourite spots for a good local food during the Ramadan month. It is also less congested compared to other Ramadan Bazaars that I have been to. Located just opposite the mosque, this area ...

Bazaar Ramadan: Kampung Penchala

The Kampung Penchala Ramadan Bazaar is located between Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (TTDI) and Damanasara Perdana area, separated by the Penchala Link Highway. The Bazaar can be seen from the highway with its’ colourful tents and cars parked along the ...

Ramadan Buffet: Serai Paya PJ Hilton

I’ve always visited Hilton Petaling Jaya for seminars, talks and even dinner but this was the first time I came for the Ramadan Buffet spread at their Paya Serai Restaurant. I have to thank Jard for inviting me to break ...

That Birthday Weekend Trip To Janda Baik

  This is the weekend where I aged a year older and wiser (I hope). I had such an incredible three-two birthday which was started with the a road trip to Janda Baik. At first we had 3 options of ...

What To Expect During A Triathlon

This was my first time attending an International Triathlon Competition as well as observing a Sports Tourism even in Malaysia. For the past year, sports has been picking up amongst the locals which started with the running trend followed by ...

That Other Avillion Hotel In Port Dickson

My Aunt and cousin Sydney were visiting us during their summer vacation and they always had impromptu plans to fly out to Bali or Phuket from Malaysia (because it’s cheaper). Every year they would do something new and this year was no ...

Tales of Cordoba – Museo Torre de la Calahorra

Across the Guadalquivir River and 15 minutes from La Mezquita was the Museo Torre de la Calahorra which looked like a castle from where we stood. Made of red bricks and stones, the Museum had very little windows which made ...

Kuala Selangor: A Tree Planting Weekend!

  Raja Musa Pit Swamp Forest Rehabilitation Program I have been itching to do some charity for quite a while but always put it off because I’m not really sure where and what to donate to. When I read an ...

Tales of Cordoba – Banos del Alcazar Califal

The Alcazar was a fortified palace complex of residential and public areas, with gardens, palaces, administrative areas, baths, patios and the royal cemetery. Its’ origin goes back to Visigoth times (6th – 7th centuries) . Some texts referred to it ...

Phuket: An Episode of Sleeping & Eating

  Heading to a beach hotel. This is the first planned holiday which we booked last year and I couldn’t wait to head to the beach! Yeay! We woke up at 430am to take the first flight out to Phuket ...

Tales of Cordoba – The Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos

  From a Palace to a Prison. The Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, is situated by the Campo de la Verdad, an area of terraced gardens. Some of the gateways to the Jewish quarter are located opposite here too. The ...

Tales of Cordoba – The Great La Mezquita (Mosque)

The Story of Historical Cordoba & The Mosque The arrival of the Moors to Spain in 711 made Cordoba the headquarters of the Emirate founded by the Ommiad leader Abd al-Rahman the first. His descendants made Moorish Cordoba the richest ...

Travel Blogging Tips from Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meetup

The FIRST ever Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet Up hosted and sponsored by Sedunia Travel together with Palate Palatte was turned out to be a good sharing session with everyone. Not only did we get to meet other travel bloggers in ...

Padi House: Putrajaya

Padi House is still a low key restaurant even though they currently have a few branches in the Klang Valley. I have visited the one in Bandar Baru Seri Petaling but the one in Putrajaya was newer and had a ...

Cherating: Snake Island (Pulau Ular)

Island Tripping. Being a typical beach bum girl, I’m always looking forward to a little island adventure and we made sure that we made time for this trip. The staff at the recreation centre reminded us to wear our orange ...

Photo Essay: Fishing Village in Cherating

There was a fishing village just across from where The Legend Resort stood and we made a quick pit stop before heading back to the hotel. Here’s a quick story on why we were there. The fishing village is home to ...

Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet-Up

For those who have been following my tweets for the past few days on the Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet-Up, you would probably know that by now that I am quite excited about tomorrow’s event! Ever since Jard started the Malaysian ...

Cherating: Underneath the Mangrove Trees

Hello Cherating Lama! Twenty minutes from Legend Resort Cherating was a mangrove area which stretched up to more than 5km by river. The itinerary said boat cruise which unexpectedly meant a boat cruise along a mangrove area. Upon arrival at ...