From high-end fine dining, to simple Thai cuisine and its variety of street food, there is something for anyone waiting to indulge in the amazing Thai cuisine. During my visit to Bangkok, I made sure I sampled a huge range of its culinary wonders.
My trip to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market– where I zoomed along the canal on a long-tailed boat, walked around the busy marketplace, and bought delicious Thai food from boats.
The Shanghai Mansion Hotel Bangkok provides a small sanctuary away from the chaos of Chinatown– and with its oriental theme, stepping into it is like being transported back in time to old world Shanghai.
Diving in the Phi Phi islands with Sea Fun Divers– only for a day, but I saw lots of turtles, and a leopard shark.
In the midst of lively Kata and its beautiful beach, lies the lovely Malisa Villa Suites Phuket. It’s luxurious, hidden, and its villas come with a private pool!
To keep up with the growing numbers of hotels and resorts in Malaysia– I thought that I’d list down the key ones that will be opening in 2016. Time to plan that staycation!
Banda Aceh suffered major devastation from the 2004 tsunami, but has since been rebuilt. However, remnants of the disaster are still visible– and I spend half a day exploring the city, and learning more about it.
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.
With so many popular islands in Indonesia, Pulau Weh is often overlooked. I’ve never heard of the island until quite recently; and apart from the brilliant diving, it offers many other things to do as well. Here’s what I did.
The Bell Pool Villa Resort is just a short ride away from the lovely Kamala Beach in Phuket. Getting to it is like taking a journey in search of a lost village– it is secluded, private and surrounded by nature.
Travel Video: Here’s a video montage of all my favorite moments while searching for autumn colors at the Daisetsuzan National Park, and exploring Hokkaido’s capital city, Sapporo.
Sapporo is modern, dynamic and compelling; and during my visit in autumn, beautiful. I only had one day in the city, so I made use of my time to sample what Sapporo is famous for; the beer, the food and the shopping.
The Hard Rock Hotel Penang is one of the more prominent resorts along the Batu Ferringhi stretch of coastal road– after all, who can miss its signature purple sign? With its 80’s rock and roll theme, you’ll feel like a rockstar.
The northern island of Hokkaido in Japan is known for its variety of fresh seafood and agricultural produce– and is therefore known as the “Kingdom of Food”. Here’s sharing my Top 10 favorite food to eat in Hokkaido.
The Lexis Hibiscus is a recent addition to the many resorts in Port Dickson. It stands out for its beautifully positioned villas that make out the shape of a hibiscus over the waters of the Straits of Malacca.
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!