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!
The IST dive gear brand from Taiwan has been around for almost 40 years, and can now be purchased online in Malaysia. Find out more!
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!
In Dubrovnik, I stared, I gawked, and I got lost in its beauty. With so many stunning churches, palaces and buildings filled with so much history — I was left in awe. This was how I spent my 3 days in the city.
Tradewinds Travel has a new travel services centre in the center of Kuala Lumpur; offering assistance for all your travel needs.
Lokrum island makes a lovely day trip out of the city. From monasteries and forts, natural wonders and the sea, and a wealth of history — there is so much to explore in this small island.
Imagine a sea of orange-roofed buildings, the endless blue ocean, and white-stone paths that curve along steep cliffs. These are views from the old Dubrovnik walls, and this was my walk around it.