The Burren National Park

Whether you’re a backpacker, a history, geography or geology geek, a family with kids or even someone who’s up for some real adventure you’re going to fall in love with this breathlessly beautiful part of Ireland. After we visited Cliffs of Moher, we headed to one of the six National Parks of Ireland, The BurrenContinue reading “The Burren National Park”

The Glenveagh Castle and National Park

A summer holiday in Donegal will never be complete without visiting Glenveagh National Park. It’s one of the highlights and most visited places in the county. And it didn’t disappoint me. In the middle of wilderness with stunning lakeside and surrounded by the Derryveagh Mountains you’ll find an 18th century Glenveagh Castle built by CaptainContinue reading “The Glenveagh Castle and National Park”

The Giant’s Causeway

Legend has it that the giant, Fionn MacCumhail (also known as Finn McCool) was having problems with a Scottish giant called Bennadonner on the other side of the ocean. In a fit of rage, Finn throws parts of the Antrim coast into the sea so he can walk across the path and teach Bennadonner aContinue reading “The Giant’s Causeway”

Wild, Wild Cliffs of Moher

Another item checked off my bucket list! The reason why I have dreamt of going to The Cliffs of Moher is simply because I have seen this beautiful landmark in “My Love” music video by Westlife. Funny though it may seem but it’s true. There have been many movies made at the Cliffs of Moher,Continue reading “Wild, Wild Cliffs of Moher”

A Day of Adventure in Errigal

It was on St. Patrick’s Day of this year when we had our road trip to Errigal (Irish: An Earagail), is a 751-metre mountain near Gweedore in County Donegal, Ireland. It is the tallest peak of the Derryveagh Mountains and the tallest peak in County Donegal. Well-known for the pinky glow from its quartzite peak during a setting sun, theContinue reading “A Day of Adventure in Errigal”

A Quick Stopover in Malacca

Malacca or Melaka is the top state to visit in Malaysia, in its best location – a mere 2 hour-ride from Kuala Lumpur and 3 hours from Singapore. We had a quick stopover in Malacca for about 3 hours before going back to Singapore from Port Dickson. How to Maximise 3 hours in Malacca? A smallContinue reading “A Quick Stopover in Malacca”

Easter Sunday in the Countryside

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”

A Breathtaking View at Radar Station

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”