Tag Archives: Travel

10 Travel Instagrammers I’d Wake Up To.

You wake up in the morning and the first thing you do is grab the phone and check on the latest Instagram updates of your favourite world travellers. At least that’s what I do because it keeps me excited about ...

Malaysia: J Residence, Kundasang

My friend Sue had mentioned about J Residence when was holidaying in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and she kept saying how cool it was to hang out oudoors and sleep in the cold weather. My partner had further researched on this hidden ...

Infographics: 10 Places To See Before They’re Gone

This is an interesting infographics which lists all the 10 places to see before they’re gone. What’s interesting is that it consists of islands, highlands, mainlands and iconic heritage of the world structures. Would your travel plans change after seeing ...

Safest Places to Travel alone for Women in Asia (Infographic)

On Women Solo Travellers. If you are a woman and wish to travel alone in Asia then the following article will provide you the list of the safest places. I thought I’d share this useful information with you today as ...

Royal Brunei Airlines with its unique Bruneian Hospitality.

Brunei Darussalam’s national carrier, Royal Brunei Airlines (RB), first began its rebranding journey in an event held at the Brunei International Airport last October, presenting its new livery and logo on an Airbus A319, which was painted by RB’s own ...

Travel Spotlight – Ong Sue Yin the StreetPhotographer

I’m  going to tell you a story about a dream I had about my good friend Sue Yin who is currently pursuing her passion in black &  white film photography. It was so real that I felt as though I was  ...

The Classic Charm of Sekeping Kong Heng

Sekeping Kong Heng is located in the heart of old Ipoh town, hidden behind the popular and busy Restoran Ipoh Kong Heng. It wasn’t easy to locate this 3 storey neo-classical building after the two hours drive from Kuala Lumpur. ...

Travel Spotlight: Five Foot Traveller

I met this petite writer during the first Malaysian Travel Bloggers Meet-up last year and I did not know much of her background until I read her articles in the local newspaper called New Straits Time. She is one of ...

UNESCO Hunt #6: Majestic Angkor Wat

  UNESCO Site #668 Says: “Angkor, in Cambodia’s northern province of Siem Reap, is one of the most important archaeological sites of Southeast Asia. It extends over approximately 400 square kilometres and consists of scores of temples, hydraulic structures (basins, ...

8 Tips to Prep Up for Myanmar: An OCDs’ Nightmare.

  Planning before a trip always gets to me, only because of the overwhelmed excitement before it happens. I must confess that this trip to Myanmar has by far been the most challenging in terms of planning as there wasn’t ...

Myanmar Chameleon: Three Cities in 5 Days (Itinerary)

Among all of my travels to the world, Myanmar was the most challenging trip to plan only because information was still scarce and we had to rely on reviews, advices and travel blogs. No matter how much we planned though, we ...

It’s Time to VOTE for Travel Chameleon!

This is going to be really quick. The year 2012 (last year) was the first time that an International Bloggers Conference and Awards was held in Malaysia which saw the likes of Shane Dallas (The Travel Camel), Sheila Scarborough (Co-Founder ...

Travel Spotlight: The Glamourous Traveller

I’ve kept this Traveller a mystery because she is indeed mysterious, traipsing the Corporate world, hopping from one city to another like Tarzan does to a grapevine. That is part of the reason though. The other part is that the Travel ...

Travel Photo Stories: A Drive to Amsterdam

  Photo Stories of Amsterdam. I loved the fact that the cities in Netherlands have different unique characterization. Den Haag had beautiful landscaping while Amsterdam was well known for its’ canals & night life. In this post, I share some ...

Netherlands: The Beautiful Den Haag.

  Finally reached Den Haag! I’d never thought I’d take this impulse trip again but when the luck was again on my side, I really really had trouble saying no to my mum! We headed to Den Haag, Netherlands after ...

Travel Spotlight: Ramble And Wanderer

I met Ramble and Wanderer or R.a.W  (as he is fondly called) when he first posted a comment on one of my Paris blog posts. After a few rounds of comment exchanges, a meet-up when he was in KL and the recent ...

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 ...

Two Girls in Rome – Ciao Roma!

On the last day in Rome, we decided to mix in a bit of tourist spots, some good local food and some weird discoveries. I’ve learned that although Rome is the city of love (just like Paris), it can be ...

33 Things I’ve Learned From Travelling

That’s how much I’ve aged until today and it has so far been a wild travel adventure ever since I stepped my tiny size 4 feet on a strange land. It has come to a point where I want to ...