One of my favourite destinations in Malaysia is Penang. I was mesmerised by its unique country style beauty. In fact, there was a time, it’s been ranked by many travel reviews as one of the best travel destinations not just in the country or the region, but in the whole world! Penang was known, onceContinue reading “Penang: Weekend Escape”
Travel, however, melts away prejudices. My recent five-day stay in Hangzhou China certainly altered my views associating beautiful city infrastructure and urban greening with the so-called first world countries. Hangzhou is the capital of Zhejiang Province and famous for its natural beauty and historical and cultural heritage. Here are the 10 things you should know beforeContinue reading “10 Things You Should Know About Hangzhou City”
It was just a crazy unplanned idea to go on a weekend trip to Macau. Well, they say, best moments happen when they are unplanned. In 2014, ’twas my first time in Macau together with friends. After 4 years, coming back to this place (with hubby and friends too) offers a lot of new luxuryContinue reading “24 Hours in Macau”
Situated on the Malaysian peninsula to the south of Thailand and just a few hours’ north of Singapore, Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur (‘KL’) is a common stopover destination in South East Asia. As you’d expect from a city with a colonial history and a modern outlook, there’s much to explore. But what if you haveContinue reading “One Day in Kuala Lumpur”
…”they would like it to be known as the “Happy Island” because of the sheer happiness and solitude its natural wonders give a visitor minus the madding crowd of the popular tourist traps.”
Nothing beats the beauty of simplicity, peace and quiet countryside lifestyle. A stark contrast to the concrete jungle, the countryside is a place of peace and nature. While it may not be a place where you’ll be able to find excitement or fancy stores, it’s a great place to relax quietly and enjoy the naturalContinue reading “Easter Sunday in the Countryside”
Catanduanes is known as the “Land of the Howling Winds” because most typhoons brewed in the Pacific pass through this easternmost island province of Luzon. But on better days, pack your bags and explore this rugged adventure happy island. A doppler radar station has been set up on top of the hill in Catanduanes whichContinue reading “A Breathtaking View at Radar Station”
They say it’s best to trek at sunrise. But I think anytime of the day is best to be here at the hill. It was in the afternoon. The sun started to peep up from the horizon while we started to trek up for about 20-30 minutes. Full of excitement, then we eventually rose fromContinue reading “The Best Kept Secret Binurong Point”
…helping people take care of and love themselves. If you’re running out of time to prepare for your dinner and only choice is to take away yet trying to avoid the conventional fast-food. You have to consider Greendot. Initially, I came to this Asian-fusion casual dining restaurant because of its name Greendot. My first impressionContinue reading “Greendot at Northpoint”
A sunday well spent brings a week of content. Hubby and I were always looking forward to spend weekends productively or at least explore something new. Thanks to google, anything can be searched to which and where we can go. So, we found Boufé. Boufé is a combination concept of BOUtique and caFÉ… Alright. IContinue reading “Boufé Cafe at Phoenix Park”
The smell of the salty sea tingled my nose as I breathed in a breath of fresh air. The waves were singing me a dulcet lullaby, making me reminisce my childhood and drawing me closer into them. The mesmeric beauty of its beat was heart-swelling. We realized then that the sea was its own master, kindling its own symphony.
There are some places you visit and can’t decide whether you want to scream them to the world or keep secret because they’re just too good to share. And El Nido is one of those places.