In Malaysia, we have our lush forests, raging rivers and plenty of companies to take you for a fun day out white water rafting. Here’s an account of my adventure at Slim River.
Imagine a waterfall that has a permanent rainbow at its base for a few hours in the morning. I found it near the old mining town of Sungai Lembing– the Rainbow Waterfall.
Husky sledding has to be one of the most exhilarating rides I’ve ever been on– especially zooming along in minus-degree temperatures, chilly winds and thick snow.
The northern lights. One of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world. I was lucky enough to see it, and here’s my journey… chasing the aurora borealis.
Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, is the first place to witness the autumn foliage in the country… and the Daisetsuzan National Park is the area to catch that first glimpse.
Hidden beneath Kuala Lumpur’s concrete jungle lies several areas with beautiful lush green forests and hills; and I brought some visiting friends for an ATV Adventure deep into the jungle.
This is one of the most famous falls in the world, and one that is probably on your must-see-before-you-die list. The Niagara Falls is beautiful, grand and voluminous– and it took my breath away.
Pulau Ubin is worlds away from the bustling city of Singapore. With its beautiful scenery, coconut trees, mangrove forests, lovely shorelines and abundant wildlife; it retains a rural and rustic village charm. A lovely place to cycle around.
Banaue is famous for the 2,000 year old rice terraces carved into its mountains. It’s an arduous trip to get there, but I’ve heard so much about the magnificence of the rice terraces that I had to witness it for myself.
Taal Volcano is an active volcano, said to be one of the smallest in the world. It is an interesting natural wonder– a volcano within a lake within a volcano within a lake. Hearing about this, I just had to make the journey!
Zermatt is a pretty village tucked deep in the Swiss Alps and home to the mesmerizing Mount Matterhorn. With snow so white and scenery so beautiful… it’s like walking into a picture.