I spent 5 days in the beautiful coastal city of Da Nang — and had a wonderful time. I lazed under the sun, climbed mountains and explored caves. Here’s sharing the top 10 things to do while you’re visiting the city.
I’ll remember Siem Reap as a dusty town with crazy hot weather, and lots and lots of temples. But that aside, there were also so many other things that I will remember — the villages, the circus, the people, and the food… yes, the food.
With its beautiful beaches, natural wonders and intriguing history; Langkawi has a little something for everyone. Here’s my list of 20 things to do in Langkawi for a complete island immersion.
There are only a few places to dive on the Western coast of the Malaysian peninsular — and Langkawi Island is one of them. Here’s my dive experience at the Pulau Payar Marine Park.
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.
When it comes to diving, Koh Lipe might not be the island that comes to mind. However, it does offer some interesting dives– and here’s an account of my good, and bad experiences.
Diving in the Phi Phi islands with Sea Fun Divers– only for a day, but I saw lots of turtles, and a leopard shark.
I have never heard of Pulau Weh until I started diving early this year, when I was told of the beautiful reefs and marine life surrounding the island. So for my dive trip this time, Pulau Weh seemed like the most attractive choice.
My second time back in Tenggol Island for another round of diving. There were many sites I missed the first time round– so I decided to head back to explore some more!
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.
Most people do not know about Pulau Tenggol as it was previously uninhabited; but it is popular amongst the diving community as it offers pristine corals and is teeming with marine life.
I believe that the word ‘adventure’ goes hand in hand with the word ‘travel’– I’m always looking to do something exciting, and experience something fun. However, its important to stay safe, and here’s sharing with you some reminders.
Phuket was an obvious choice for a diving beginner like me as it is said to be one of the best spots for simple and easy dives. I did 7 dives with Sea Bees Diving, and explored sites like Koh Bida Nok, Shark Point, Koh Doc Mai and Racha Yai.
First things first, I need to write this down… “I’m a certified diver!!!” and it feels awesome. This post is to document my amazing journey, so I will never forget.
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.
This mist-shrouded town is blessed with cool and refreshing mountain air, gorgeous scenery and friendly people– the quiet and serene atmosphere here will give you a glimpse into life way back when. However, I made the journey specifically to see the ‘hanging coffins’.