On my recent visit to Bangkok — I was right in the center of all the shopping action! I had access to luxury malls, wholesale malls, and endless night markets. All thanks to The Berkeley Hotel Pratunam.
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.
I spent three days in the lovely Vietnamese coastal town of Nha Trang — and had days visiting the many natural, historical, cultural and religious sites; and then spending some time on the beach, and exploring its underwater treasures.
Here’s a list of the fun things I did in Nha Trang. From lazy days on the beach and getting pampered at the spa, to exploring the sights and the underwater — I had a great time!
Surrounded by forested hills all around, Mae Hong Son really is the quiet, misty town I have always imagined it to be. Here’s how I spent my day in this rustic town on the northern hills of Thailand.
Beyond the dusty air of Vientiane, I found glittering temples, stylish old French villas, hippy cafes, and a laid-back vibe. Here’s a list of my favorite things to do in the city.
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!
My trip to Luang Prabang was a quick getaway, and I had 3 days to get to know the city. It was a little rushed, but I still had time to do lots of fun (and relaxing) stuff! This was the itinerary.
Though somewhat touristy nowadays, the charming city of Luang Prabang still manages to retain its historic past in its gilded wats and faded Indochine buildings. Here’s my list of things to do when you’re visiting this former capital of Laos.
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.
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.
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.