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.
Here’s a list of the top 10 things to do in a city that has beautifully rebuilt itself after a war that completely destroyed it. Mostar is gorgeous and charming, and oh so enchanting.
During my visit to Ho Chi Minh City; I crawled through tunnels, floated along a river, got lost in history, whizzed through the crazy traffic and ate, and ate, and ate. Here’s a list of things not to miss when you visit the city!
A visit to the Mekong Delta will bring you to a slower and more calming pace — the peace and quiet makes it feel as if time had stood still. Here’s a list of reasons why I had the most amazing experiences along its waters.
My experience cycling through the countryside of Cu Chi Village, and ending the tour deep down in the depths of the Cu Chi tunnels — a glimpse into Vietnam’s war-torn past.
I only had a day to visit one of Australia’s most beautiful coastal routes — the Great Ocean Road. So I used it to visit seaside towns, admire the stunning coastline, and chill by the gorgeous beaches. I wish I had more time!
Over my five days in the city of Guilin in southern China’s Guangxi province, I got to witness the sublime beauty of its stunning scenery, karst landscape, winding rivers and cultural treasures. My ancestors were from this province, so it was a surreal experience going back to the ‘motherland’.
I had a 10-hour transit in Amsterdam; and decided to make the most of my time in the city. I walked along the canals, visited a museum, and even had a traditional Dutch meal.
During my visit to Norway, I spent a cold winter’s weekend in the capital city, Oslo. 2 days was just enough time to have an easy-going introduction to this charming city.
It’s the new year and the blog is 2 years old. Here’s sharing my 2016 travel reflections, a countdown of my favourite travel moments of the year. Thanks for being a part of these adventures by dropping by the blog!
I recently took my mum for a relaxing and rejuvenating mother-daughter trip to the luxurious Pangkor Laut Resort. We had such a lovely time in our own little paradise, and here are some reasons why you shouldn’t miss a stay!
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.
Hoi An is a picturesque little Southeast Asian town with old traditional Vietnamese houses lining the narrow lanes; lanterns hanging from across the streets, and fishing nets and small boats floating along the river. Here’s an account of my day in the historic old town.
An early morning tour to visit the ancient Cham temple ruins of Mỹ Sơn — a journey back to the past at one of Vietnam’s most important archeological sites.
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.
I spent 3 days exploring the ‘other’ temples of Angkor — some are unheard of, some are devoid of visitors, some are almost ruined… but all, beautiful and mythical.