A list of all the delicious food I had while visiting Okayama in Japan — it is a small city off the tourist map, but offers some of the best gastronomic delights to please the senses and satisfy the taste buds!
Here’s how I became a Maiko, or apprentice Geiko for a couple of hours — layers of kimono, white face, red lips, high hair and all!
My evening of Italian street food and wine indulgence at “The Extraordinary Italian Taste”, an event to promote Italian cuisine and culture in Malaysia.
The rural Japanese mountain villages of Kibune and Kurama are steeped with history and myths; and coupled with its cool mountain air, river-dining experiences, onsen and beautiful temples — they make a relaxing trip out of the city of Kyoto.
Experiencing Japanese-living in Kyoto’s Izuyasu Ryokan — complete with futons on tatami floors, an onsen and delicious kaiseki meals. Such a fun experience!
I have only ever read about Kuala Kangsar in my local school textbooks, so I was excited to visit this royal Perak town — and step into a little bit of Malaysian history.
Made my way to Cherating Beach on the East Coast of Malaysia to enjoy its laid-back, lazy beach vibe — and had my very own seaview pool villa at the Holiday Villa Resort Cherating. So much relaxation!
During my visit to Ho Chi Minh City; I crawled through tunnels, floated along a river, got lost in history, whizzed through the crazy traffic and ate, and ate, and ate. Here’s a list of things not to miss when you visit the city!
A visit to the Mekong Delta will bring you to a slower and more calming pace — the peace and quiet makes it feel as if time had stood still. Here’s a list of reasons why I had the most amazing experiences along its waters.
My experience cycling through the countryside of Cu Chi Village, and ending the tour deep down in the depths of the Cu Chi tunnels — a glimpse into Vietnam’s war-torn past.