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 »

 

EuroChameleon: Returning to London

  I told myself before that if I ever went back to London I would pay more attention to the city in terms of its landscape, people, transportation, buildings and parks as opposed to just visiting the tourist spots and ...

Belgium to London (Itinerary)

  Our choice of transportation from Brussels to London was by bus and this was only because we felt it was a good way to save budget on both transportation and hotels. Since we had pooled more money from Brussels ...

EuroChameleon: Bruges From A Canal View

  A boat ride through Bruges Canal. One of the popular things to do in Bruges is to hop into a boat and take a ride around its canal, viewing different parts of the city especially in terms of its ...

Cambodia Chameleon: We Came for the Crabs in Kep.

  A weekend in Kep. Kep is a small town located nearby the Kampot Province of Cambodia on the southwest side, and it can be reached via the local buses or taxis. Kep was once a popular beach spot before ...

10 Places Visited By Traveling Friends in 2014

  The year of 2014 brought a lot of new adventures for a lot of people especially my families and friends as there were a few who moved abroad for work, studies while others sought to see the world more ...

UNESCO Hunt #11 : A Train Ride To Luxembourg

UNESCO Site #699 Says: “Because of its strategic position, Luxembourg was, from the 16th century until 1867, when its walls were dismantled, one of Europe’s greatest fortified sites. It was repeatedly reinforced as it passed from one great European power to ...

Belgium To Luxembourg (Itinerary)

  Brussels was a short trip and as I had mentioned before a chance to catch up with the family while visiting the city. Although this was the longest trip among other countries (we had 3 days here), we stretched ...

Travel Essentials For The Road

You pack your things together, making sure that everything in the check list is checked. After that you re-check it again just in case you need an extra ‘in-case-of-emergency’ item to bring with you on your holiday break. And then ...

The Evolution of the Galapagos Cruise Holiday

  The fragile Galapagos Islands have long been a source of inspiration and wonder for scientists, nature-lovers and holidaymakers wanting to explore the unique fauna and wildlife of the region. With thousands of species endemic to the Galapagos Islands, there ...

EuroChameleon: Soaking in the city of Bruges, Belgium

  Bruges-Belgium is just stunning and brings you back to the past with its’ red brick wall cottages, cobblestone lanes, dreamy canals and this is why it is one of Europes’ most picture-perfect historic cities. We did not manage to visit ...

EuroChameleon: Riding Buses, Tubes and Cabs in London City

  Hello London! Happy to be back in London since a few years back with the family. This time we did mostly sightseeing and just exploring the streets, observing the locals, hopping on their daily transportation and spent some time ...

EuroChameleon: Free Things To Do in Brussels, Belgium

  Brussels or Bruxelles in French was our first stop in the EuroChameleon trip as the main purpose was to visit Barts’ family. They were very gracious in letting us stay for a few days and provided us a cozy ...

My First Khmer Wedding Dinner Experience

The invitation. I’ve been seeing a lot of local weddings here in the city and secretly wanting the opportunity to attend one. So when my colleague placed a red invitation card on my desk I was excited and happy to ...

Travel Spotlight: Helga on Instagram

I met Helga during the MySelangorStory competition which was held back in 2011. He was this quiet guy yet had a lot of potential in photography through his eyes. After parting ways, we met again in Jakarta and he and ...

The Blue Lime, Phnom Penh

  Right smack in the city center, in an alleyway. Whenever I travel to a new city I try to find accommodation that is close to the city center so that everywhere is walking distance and convenient for food hunting. ...

Photos from Mom: Cameroon

Cameroon is ethnically diverse with over 225 individual groups. From what I’ve read, the local economy is driven by foreign aid, a wide variety of agricultural ventures and oil and timber production. During one of her working trip to Cameroon a ...

What I Loved About Traveling to Singapore for Work

I almost did not want to go for the training in Singapore because I didn’t feel I was equipped with enough knowledge to undergo a regional training involving our offices in Asia. But my CEO wouldn’t budge and told me ...

Cruise The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

When is the best time to go.  Cruising on the river is one of my favorite modes of transportation in any country and I try to make it a point to experience it at least once. Phnom Penh city has ...

UNESCO Hunt #10 : Vatican City

  UNESCO Site #286 Says:  “A unique collection of artistic and architectural masterpieces lie within the boundaries of this small state. At its centre is St Peter’s Basilica, with its double colonnade and a circular piazza in front and bordered ...

8 Traditional Markets To Visit In Phnom Penh

 Happy October everyone! After spending the weekends with family and friends who came to visit us in Phnom Penh, we forgot to go to our weekly market to get our groceries (yikes!). Phnom Penh has a good range of markets ...

The Bamboo Bridge of Kampong Cham In Photos

Kampong Cham is as charming as its’ name and this was the first province that we visited out of Phnom Penh. Most of the provinces here are accessible by bus and private cars despite the on-going development of its’ roads. ...

14 Places To Go On Street 178 & 19 Phnom Penh

Living here in Phnom Penh for the past 5 months gave us a lot of chances to get to know the neighborhood and recommend them to families and friends who came to visit. We live around Street 19 and Street 178 ...