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 »

 

Serdang: To Fish Or Not To Fish

I pretty much love weekend nowadays even when the weather is hot and sticky. It just gives me time to do things that I feel like doing be it swimming on my back, eat loads of ice cream on the ...

Cherating Beach: Riding the ATV

There was always a first time for many things and during this trip I managed to do two of those things. Watching the turtles and riding the awesome ATV for the first time ever. We saw these machines while we ...

Cherating: Seeking Turtles

Turtles during the day. Watching episodes after episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle at a young age had exposed me to such lovely creatures in colourful headbands. I later learned and further realized that no turtles could ever carry numchucks ...

Sleeping at The Legend Resort, Cherating

A month ago, before the Labour Day Holiday, we had wanted to go the Cherating for the weekend and ended up canceling it because of other last minute plans. Imagine my delight when I had this opportunity to go to ...

Selangor Heritage Photo Carnival 2012

The Selangor Heritage Photo Carnival, held on the Kota Klang Bridge was dedicated to inspiring photos of Selangor in 24 hours, taken by the people themselves. This was the first time visiting the carnival but the second time held by Tourism Selangor. Honestly ...

Shah Alam: The Midnight Prawns

  Fishing for Prawns late at night. The last time I went fishing was when I was 10 years old and that was with my uncle and cousins at a small river somewhere in Hulu Langat. I remembered him putting ...

Citrawarna Malaysia 2012

Colours of Malaysia has arrived again. Colours of Malaysia was held Merdeka Square this year which included arts and crafts, traditional music, exotic dances and traditions from our diverse culture. This event which was first held in 1999, became an ...

My 7 Super Shots

  Thanks to my travel buddy Ramble and Wander ‘I am now taking part in Hostelbookers 7 Super Shots.’ This wonderful assignment made me have 48 hours of deep thought and major sifting through thousands of photos in my library. The idea of this game is to ...

UNESCO Hunt #5 : Summer Palace in Beijing

  UNESCO Site #880 Says:  “The Summer Palace in Beijing – first built in 1750, is a masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design. The natural landscape of hills and open water is combined with artificial features such as pavilions, halls, palaces, ...

UNESCO Hunt #4 : The Forbidden City, China

  UNESCO Site #439 Says: “he Forbidden City in Beijing, with its landscaped gardens and many buildings (whose nearly 10,000 rooms contain furniture and works of art), constitutes a priceless testimony to Chinese civilization during the Ming and Qing dynasties.” ...

China Chameleon – Not Another Tourist Shop!

Our travel plans would not be complete without being brought to all those tourist shops that gave commission to the travel agencies/tour guides. We were shuffled from one place to another, all with the same objective of getting us to ...

Malaysian International Tourism Bloggers Conference & Awards 2012 Gala Awards Night

  When my friend Jard told me about the Malaysia International Tourism Bloggers Conference & Awards, I said to myself “Oh no, another award where you have to get people to vote for you to win something”. I am grateful for friends ...

UNESCO Hunt #3 : Historic Centre of Cordoba!

UNESCO Site #313 says: “Cordoba’s period of greatest glory began in the 8th century after the Moorish conquest, when some 300 mosques and innumerable palaces and public buildings were built to rival the splendours of Constantinople, Damascus and Baghdad. In ...

China Chameleon – Tiananmen Square

Walking around Tiananmen Square. The first official tour started in Tiananmen Square, notoriously popular for the captivating photo of a student standing in front of an army tank. I read that he died when the tank rolled him over. This ...

China Chameleon – Journey from Tianjin .

  Before I begin writing about this journey, I’d just like to say thank you to my blogger buddy Jard who gave me the opportunity to join her to Beijing. This was my first time in China and I had agreed with ...

Two Girls in Barcelona – Enjoying the City

Placa Catalunya. We had the entire day to explore the city of Barcelona and what a better way to enjoy it than to take a stroll down Placa Catalunya which reminded me of our very own Dataran Merdeka. There were many ...

Subang: Fly Like A G6 SkyTour (Clearer Sky)

Flight Day #2 @JFK Johan invited us up for the second time when the skies were much clearer and the view was much better. We were happy and I wasn’t as nervous this time since I’d be sitting at the ...

The Streets & The Sky in AirAsia Blog!

  Once again. Thank you AirAsia blog for posting my Bangkok story on you blog. Love you guys loads! I got to know about this when my ex colleague Lawrence buzzed me on MSN this morning. This just makes my ...

UNESCO Hunt #2: Park Guell, Spain

UNESCO Site #320bis Says: “The seven buildings are: Parque Güell; Palacio Güell; Casa Mila; Casa Vicens; Gaudí’s work on the Nativity façade and Crypt of La Sagrada Familia; Casa Batlló; Crypt in Colonia Güell.” After admiring the Sagrada di Familia, ...

UNESCO Hunt #2: Sagrada Familia, Spain

UNESCO Site #320bis Says: “Seven properties built by architect Antoni Gaudi represent an eclectic, as well as a very personal, style which was given free reign in the design of gardens, sculpture and all decorative arts, as well as architecture.” ...

Two Girls in Barcelona – Ola

The adventure of us two girls ended in Rome… another one began for us in Barcelona! Traveling in Europe can be quite easy if you plan ahead and know which country you want to explore. From Paris we had taken ...

Subang: Fly Like A G6 SkyTour (Blurry Sky)

  Flight Day #1 I accepted an invite from Dian (who happens to work for Tourism Selangor) to ride on a Cessna plane with pilot JFKJohan recently and although we didn’t have much luck during the first two attempts (to ...