The year 2020 is the year when we visit Malaysia! Here’s how I spent my day trip to the small Selangor town of Sekinchan — known for its fields of paddy and delicious seafood.
My evening sailing the seas of Langkawi with Crystal Yacht Charters. There’s nothing like enjoying the breeze, the sea, and the gorgeous sunset from aboard a catamaran.
An account of my experience ziplining through the rainforests of Langkawi — the anticipation, the excitement, the adrenaline rush, and that buzzing wind through my hair.
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.
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.
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.
On my short one day visit to the Lion City of Singapore, I decided to stay put in one place and explore the area– Chinatown.
If you want a picture postcard-perfect picture, there’s no better place to get one than in Bruges. The town is so pretty that it gives you the feeling of walking into a real life fairy-tale town.
I visited Oxford as a 3-year-old and told my parents that I wanted to study here one day. That dream is long gone; but fast forward 20-odd years later, I am back with them again in the same city– to visit for a day.
It is expensive to travel to Singapore. It is, after all, ranked one of the most expensive cities to live in. However, it is possible to see the country with a low budget, or almost none at all. Here’s how I spend my day visiting– for free!
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.
Everytime I picture Monaco; I imagine well-dressed gamblers at Monte Carlo, parties on luxurious yachts and F1 Formula races with celebrities and stars. However, I was traveling on a budget– but that didn’t stop me from enjoying this glamorous city.
Cannes is so enchanting that from the moment you step in the town, you’ll feel like a movie-star on a holiday. After all, it is home to the Cannes International Film Festival– where its all about the glitz and glamor in the name of film-making.
Almost everyone I talked to before my trip to Paris suggested a trip to the Château de Versailles. Words used to describe it were ‘beautiful’, ‘breathtaking’, ‘magnificent’, ‘grand’… that was enough to make me allocate a whole day to visit the palace.
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!