My weekend visit to UK’s Peak District town of Bakewell — where you can find the famous pie, walk along a peaceful river and visit a stately home.
It’s hard to imagine a whole English countryside-themed resort nestled within the mountains in central Thailand, offering beautiful views all around. But it’s real — and it’s The Blue Sky Resort Khao Kho.
While in Kagishima, I got to ride on a cartoon train, dress up as a samurai, admire an active volcano, and eat the most delicious Kurobuta black pork. It was the most awesome 2 days on the third league of my grand Kyushu tour with Parlo Tours!
I took a guided tour with my mum and her group of friends to explore the Vietnamese mountain town of Da Lat for 2 days. We had a lovely time in cooling weather, and this was our itinerary.
Here’s how I spent 3 days in the Japanese city of Osaka — visiting castles, temples, walking streets, and just basking in the neon lights and colorful signboards that is Osaka.
I loved my visit to the ancient garden city of Suzhou, China. However, I had my share of bad experiences (but of course more lovely ones) — so here’s a list of what not to do to make your trip to Suzhou… wonderful!
Some cities just have that special thing that makes you fall in love with it. To me, Kyoto is one such city. I left my heart in this historic city of Japan, and here are the reasons why.
Travel Video: A compilation of my favorite moments in Okayama, Japan — gardens, shrines, castles, rolling plains, fun workshops, and food!
Visit Okayama. Be blown away. From majestic castles and shrines to tales of its local demon-slaying hero. Here’s a list why you must make that visit.
A 3-day itinerary in Okayama — and I spent it in the midst of gorgeous gardens, stunning castles, shrines and temples; and the most awesome food… AND surrounded by the colors of autumn.
I love road trips! So while spending my summer in the UK, I went on a road trip of the English countryside with my family. We chose to explore the rolling fields, green meadows and farm fields of the Cotswolds.
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.